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Alicia Clark
About Me:
Alicia Clark is the Associate Producer for "SoCal Connected." Her contributions to the have show helped bring light to issues ranging from sports safety to gun laws to housing and the economy.

Following her dream of bringing compelling, real-life stories to the large and small screens, she received a BA in Anthropology from Emory University, and a Master of Fine Art in Film & TV from the Academy of Art in San Francisco. She’s worked in a variety of television outlets including Dateline NBC, CNBC, Stand Up To Cancer’s 2008 and 2010 telethons, and most recently "TakePart Live" on Pivot.

Alicia is a Chicago-area native but has called Los Angeles home since 2008. She enjoys traveling, reading and replaying old mix cd’s of her favorite 90’s R&B music.
Favorite KCET Show:
SoCal Connected
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    Not many people can say they are the proud owner of a Threatened animal species.
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    If you have a pool but aren't much of a swimmer (or are tired of the bills) consider turning it into a garden. Crossroads in Claremont has a great example.
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    The residents of a halfway house in Claremont are growing produce and creating jams for sale. Find out where to shop to get food products that support good causes.
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    The Dory Fleet fish market in Newport Beach has been providing the "catch of the day" straight from the boat to seafood lovers since 1891. This unique market is the last of its kind in the United States and was recognized as a permanent historical landmark in 1969.
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  • Entry
    Not many people can say they are the proud owner of a Threatened animal species.
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    If you have a pool but aren't much of a swimmer (or are tired of the bills) consider turning it into a garden. Crossroads in Claremont has a great example.
  • Entry
    The residents of a halfway house in Claremont are growing produce and creating jams for sale. Find out where to shop to get food products that support good causes.
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    The Dory Fleet fish market in Newport Beach has been providing the "catch of the day" straight from the boat to seafood lovers since 1891. This unique market is the last of its kind in the United States and was recognized as a permanent historical landmark in 1969.