Hear Here: A Pop-Up Radio Project

4:50pm

Mon January 7, 2013
HEAR HERE: A POP-UP RADIO PROJECT

Hear Here: Visit The Harvey Milk Photo Center

harveymilkphotocenter.org

What’s a place in your neighborhood that means something to you – and why? Our Hear Here community storytelling project wants to know the answer. Over the past few weeks, KALW News reporters have fanned out to places all over the Bay Area – parks, churches, markets, and other public places – to ask the people there why these spots are special. KALW’s Steven Short visit the Harvey Milk Photo Center in the Castro and brought back this story from Reynaldo Cayetano.

REYNALDO CAYETANO: My name is Reynaldo Cayetano and I’m a “Junior.” My mom tells me to tell people that.

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4:18pm

Mon January 7, 2013
HEAR HERE: A POP-UP RADIO PROJECT

Watch Hear Here’s animated short!

Lita Hernandez, from Oakland, was featured in Hear Here's live presentation of local stories.
Alyssa Kapnik www.alyssakapnik.com

On December 8, KALW’s community storytelling project Hear Here put on a live presentation of some of the great Bay Area stories it has gathered so far. The event was in partnership with the second annual edition of Live Crosscurrents at the Oakland Museum of California. (Listen to a broadcast version of that show here.)

Watch the animated version of this presentation here!

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3:18pm

Mon January 7, 2013
Hear Here

Hear Here: David Peterkofsky and the Cathedral of Christ the Light

Oakland resident David Peterkofsky shared his favorite neighborhood spot with KALW's Hear Here project.
David Peterkofsky

3:20pm

Wed November 28, 2012
Hear Here

Hear Here: Meet Sandra Gahm

Sandra Gahm shared her story with KALW's Hear Here team at St. Mary's Center in Oakland.
Erica Mu

2:36pm

Wed November 14, 2012
HEAR HERE

Where's YOUR Favorite Place?

Our community storytelling project Hear Here wants to get to know the places that make these Bay Area cities what they are by asking a simple question: What's a place in your neighborhood that means something to you - and why?

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