Title

Lost LA 'Bootlegger Tunnels: A Journey Through LA’s Prohibition Lore' Screening

On Tuesday, October 22nd KCET partnered with USC Libraries for Lost LA “Bootlegger Tunnels: A Journey Through LA’s Prohibition Lore” with Prohibition-themed cocktails and eats at downtown L.A.’s The Edison. This event was attended by regional influencers, featured talent and celebrities as well as select local press dressed in period-themed attire in celebration of the new season.

KCET’s Senior Director of Production Matthew Crotty, KCET’s Associate Director of Production Angela Boisvert, KCET’s Chief Operating Officer Jamie Annunzio Myers and Host of LOST LA Nathan Masters arrive at KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22
KCET’s Senior Director of Production Matthew Crotty, KCET’s Associate Director of Production Angela Boisvert, KCET’s Chief Operating Officer Jamie Annunzio Myers and Host of LOST LA Nathan Masters arrive at KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22, 2019.
 Guests enjoy prohibition themed cocktails at KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22, 2019.
Guests enjoy prohibition themed cocktails at KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22, 2019.
Public historian, writer and LOST LA Host, Nathan Masters of the USC Libraries toasts the crowd at KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22, 2019.
Public historian, writer and LOST LA Host, Nathan Masters of the USC Libraries toasts the crowd at KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22, 2019.
Publicist Zuzana Korda, actress Brianna Barnes and actor Raphael Sbarge attend KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22, 2019.
Publicist Zuzana Korda, actress Brianna Barnes and actor Raphael Sbarge attend KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22, 2019.
KCET’s Chief Creative Officer, Juan Devis, welcomes the crowd at KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22, 2019.
KCET’s Chief Creative Officer, Juan Devis, welcomes the crowd at KCET’s LOST LA event at The Edison on October 22, 2019.

 

We are dedicated to providing you with articles like this one. Show your support with a tax-deductible contribution to KCET. After all, public media is meant for the public. It belongs to all of us.

Keep Reading