Tag Archives: KPFK

Loitering in public space

What does it mean to “loiter”? To occupy and frequent a space without a monetary transaction or other purposeful agenda in mind? This episode, we look at modes of Social Practice  Occupy L.A. as Performing Public Space continues it’s Come in; We’re Open show at … Continue reading

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of marathons and assholes

On this episode: “Whenever I see a plain, industrial building, I just have to wonder: who’s being screwed behind those frosted, black windows?”  -Robby Herbst, Llano del Río collective on the Antagonist’s Guide to the Assholes of Los Angeles. “When you are … Continue reading

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unique little endeavors

Sara was walking through the park looking for a place to photograph a tin house when she noticed a life-size plastic horse being pulled up a ravine on a stretcher by a small team of uniformed rappelers with helmets. As … Continue reading

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the place show: 6/07/2011

        Hear in the City is back in the ether after a break. On this week’s show, we hear about two very different urban places that are well worth visiting. Listen to the audio archive here:  A … Continue reading

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