Rachel Gertz

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What have you noticed about this time that you hope will last beyond the pandemic?

What do you want to preserve from the pandemic?

What have you noticed about this time that you hope will last beyond the pandemic?

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Due to stay-at-home orders, we took our annual contest online and judged the pies based on looks alone.

Here are the winners of KCRW Good Food’s Pie Pageant 2020

Due to stay-at-home orders, we took our annual contest online and judged the pies based on looks alone.

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KCRW is looking for people who have chosen not to shelter in place alone. Maybe you usually live by yourself, but are now (temporarily) staying with friends to fend off the loneliness.

We want your story: Choosing to quarantine with others during coronavirus

KCRW is looking for people who have chosen not to shelter in place alone. Maybe you usually live by yourself, but are now (temporarily) staying with friends to fend off the loneliness.

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