KPCRadio documentaries is a segment where reporters cover a variety of issues focused in the San Fernando Valley. In this segment, Rebecca Hernandez features a family with a young child with Down’s Syndrome and the ways it affects their and millions of other lives around the world.
In this episode of “Pretentious People,” the panel discusses “Determinism.”
Is there such a thing as free will? What are it’s problems?
What is libertarian freedom?
These are just some questions that are presented and answered. Listen in.
“One Track Mind” is a 3-show series that focuses on the recording process. This second installment, was recorded on site at Secret World Studios, a professional recording studio in North Hollywood and is all about what happens during a recording session.
Listen-in, to learn what is most important about conducting a productive recording session.
“One Track Mind” is a 3-show series that focuses on the recording process. This first installment will focus on the beginning of the recording process: preproduction, the most important part of the recording process.
Listen-in for some great tips and funny horror stories.
On this week’s show, host Jeanine Richardson-James interviewed colleague and L.A. City College ASO President, Jaden Ledkins. Jaden spoke about his ongoing battle with homelessness while attending college. Jeanine also discussed her own personal experiences with this particular issue. Also, Jaden and Jeanine go in depth, regarding hardships that students are facing in these trying economic times.
Fred Summers, director of operations of SOVA, (Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles) explains how he left his career in the business world to take on a different role of serving people in an everyday capacity. Fred and host, Jeanine Richardson James, discussed hunger and how this issue affects all aspects of society and that it doesn’t discriminate.
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