This epic podcast is going to all of the 250+ neighborhoods in Los Angeles to talk with the people. Hosted by Tony Pierce and produced and edited by Jordan Katz (who also made much of the music), this ambitious journey is scheduled to take 20 years to complete. Pray for us.
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Really great conversations with an amazing cross section of the incredible individuals who call LA home. This is one of the very few endeavors that captures the true essence of Los Angeles. Tony is brilliant. I hope he doesn’t stop until he’s interviewed every last Angeleno.
I love how Tony gets deep with his guests. You never know what road they’re going to end up on. He really gets this funky and unusual details out of people. Xox Champagne
I’ve loved @busblog for years! There’s no better perspective/voice/guide to bring you to all the strange and wonderful places and people that make a city (LA) live and breathe than Tony Pierce! Must listen.
I’m so glad I found this early… and bummed I’m not late so I could binge 100 episodes. Great stuff
tony’s fun and enthusiastic energy is the perfect way to experience and learn about our great city of los angeles. I’m really into this one.
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Hear In LA launched 2 years ago and published 87 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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