On this week’s show, we are thrilled to announce that Hear in the City has been selected to be part of a national one-hour radio series: Generation PRX’s Bullied Project. Student producers René Ayala and Oscar Rodriguez share their story from Roosevelt High School about the subtle differences in how people perceive bullying, and our host, Sara Harris interviews bullying prevention and intervention specialist Holly Priebe-Díaz from the Los Angeles Unified School District.

We kick off the show with artist, activist, and intrepid cyclist, Patrick Miller talking about Midnight Ridazz #99 Ride, inspired by John Carpenter’s cult thriller, “They Live”.

The show wraps up with a “Coda” track from independent rocker, EMA.  She came through town this weekend and performed at the Natural History Museum’s First Fridays in the great mammal hall among the taxidermed bisons, wolves, and big-horn sheep.




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