Without a Car in the World Public Program 5: Comedy Event with Kristina Wong

The fifth and final public program taking place in conjunction with
exhibition "Without a Car in the World: 100 Car-less Angelinos Tell
Stories of Living in Los Angeles" will feature an evening of comedy
with Kristina Wong

"The Wong Sans Wheels Chronicles"

With
her trademark irreverent humor, Kristina Wong takes an audience along
her carless journeys of Los Angeles (by foot, bus, and piggyback) in
the aftermath of her vegetable oil-run Mercedes catching fire on the
405.

For more information:
kristinawong.com
and
www.18thstreet.org

Exhibition Continues Until December 11th

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