Every neighborhood has a soundscape, a mélange of musical and sometimes nonmusical noises all its own. Whether it's music, birds, car horns or ice cream trucks, KPCC's Take Two morning show wants to feature those sounds (good and bad) that provide a soundtrack to your every day.
We have created a short set of questions and a way to record and upload audio.
Added by Ashley Alvarado on January 30, 2013 at 9:06am — No Comments
Congratulations to Clover Avenue School second grade teacher Jackie Bonilla, who won a Milken Educator Award. Bonilla was one of 40 teachers given this honor nationwide and the only one from California. Here's a great video of the awards ceremony.…Continue
I bought the recliner chair in my den from La-Z-Boy and my television from Ken Crane. Another change for Rancho Park.
Photo from Google…Continue
Councilmember Paul Koretz would like to invite you to his first Westside Community Leaders Educating and Assisting Neighborhoods (C.L.E.A.N.) Training. The C.L.E.A.N. Team is designed to help stakeholders and residents with the identification and documentation of common quality of life problems in their communities such as, illegal signs, illegal dumping, trash can…Continue
Southern California is home to hundreds of grocery stores, and KPCC journalists are always looking to connect with employees at grocery chains and local food emporiums. Do you work at a major chain like Vons, Albertsons or Ralphs? What about Fresh and Easy or 99 Ranch Market or an independent store?
We read every response, and…Continue
Added by Ashley Alvarado on January 9, 2013 at 9:43am — No Comments
There is talk about putting in median at overland and pico. Anyone else hear of this? Pico blvd does need to be beautified. Side walks are in need of replacement,etc. It is time the area looked more presentable. Your thoughts? I wish the blvd looked more like Montana ave in Santa Monica. Just my opinion.
A peek at one of the highlights of 2012, courtesy of our neighbor Minne Hong Ho. The Palms Farmers Market at Motor and National was welcomed with open arms from Culver City to Rancho Park when it opened in September. The farmers market is every Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm. The hours have been extended until…Continue