Sarah Parvini | KCET
Sarah Parvini is an award-winning multimedia journalist based in Los Angeles.
She is a Web producer and reporter for KCET's "SoCal Connected." Prior to her time at KCET, she reported for the Associated Press and TakePart.com. She was also an associate producer for L.A.'s NPR affiliate, 89.3 KPCC. Her reporting has been featured in various outlets, including The Atlantic, The Los Angeles Times, GlobalPost and The Washington Post; her radio work has aired on KPCC.
Sarah received her master's degree in journalism from the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, where she focused on Web reporting and digital media. There, she earned the Penny Lernoux Award for International Reporting for the stories she wrote from Dublin and Belfast as part of the Knight Program on Media and Religion. She also won two Los Angeles Press Club Awards for both her news and entertainment reporting.
A self-proclaimed future foreign correspondent, Sarah's goal as a journalist is to pursue narratives of the human experience -- looking for the people involved, the details and the deeper story -- and to use those experiences as a vehicle to uncover larger issues.
Post date: 2014-06-30T10:39:40-07:00
The Greens, who own the Hobby Lobby stores, believe life begins at conception and object on religious grounds to providing health insurance that covers methods of birth control that "may result in the destruction of an embryo."
Post date: 2014-06-25T08:38:46-07:00
AB 1733 would allow a homeless person to submit an affidavit of homelessness and financial need with an application for vital records, such as a birth certificate, or a state-issued photo identification card.
Post date: 2014-06-23T03:00:00-07:00
For many Angelenos, these districts cause more than frustration; they can lead to expensive fees and fines for parking in the wrong spot. So why do we even need preferential parking?
Post date: 2014-06-20T09:23:21-07:00
The 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals overturned L.A.'s ban on using parked vehicles as "living quarters." Homeless advocates say it's something of a Pyrrhic victory.
Post date: 2014-06-13T05:45:59-07:00
One local activist group is looking to take those parking fines head-on and is working with the Mayor's office to change things. One option? Tickets as low as $23.
Post date: 2014-06-10T03:00:00-07:00
Tearing a page out of the pontiff's playbook, the L.A. archdiocese is trying to fit into the changing digital landscape.