Danielle Chiriguayo

Danielle Chiriguayo

Reporter and Digital News Producer

Danielle Chiriguayo is an award-winning journalist, born and raised in LA. At KCRW, she bridges the gap between broadcast and digital, finding creative, multi-platform ways to tell the stories of Southern California, while also focusing on audience engagement. She reports on humanity-driven stories at the intersection of pop culture, nightlife, and more. Prior to KCRW, she worked at Marketplace, where she wrote digital-first features and trend-based stories. When she isn't working, she can be found riding public transit, catching up on the latest TV sensation, and checking out new bars.

Danielle Chiriguayo on KCRW

At Typewriter Connection, Angelenos find an analog way to get their intimate thoughts out onto paper — without computers, smartphones, or even electricity.

Love comes and goes, but typewriters are forever

At Typewriter Connection, Angelenos find an analog way to get their intimate thoughts out onto paper — without computers, smartphones, or even electricity.

from KCRW Features

LA is home to more than 900 pinball machines and a thriving pinball scene. This crowd is so hyped, they’ll go all night.

36 hours, 900 machines, 1 ball: Inside LA’s wild pinball scene

LA is home to more than 900 pinball machines and a thriving pinball scene. This crowd is so hyped, they’ll go all night.

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Catch beloved Christmas movies on the big screen with our guide to theaters, dates, and films — from Downtown LA to Hollywood to Glendale and more.

Making a list, checking it twice: Holiday film screenings in LA

Catch beloved Christmas movies on the big screen with our guide to theaters, dates, and films — from Downtown LA to Hollywood to Glendale and more.

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