Miguel Contreras

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KCRW’s Bob Carlson talks to reporter Anna Scott about the second season of There Goes the Neighborhood, which is about Los Angeles’s identity – and its housing crisis.

KCRW Selects: There Goes the Neighborhood

KCRW’s Bob Carlson talks to reporter Anna Scott about the second season of There Goes the Neighborhood, which is about Los Angeles’s identity – and its housing crisis.

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Is it possible to build housing for everyone?      This eight-part series is supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

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With housing costs this high, who still moves to LA? And who moves out?      This eight-part series is supported by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

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