Today, as part of

301 Moved Permanently

our Sonic Profile series, Silverlake resident Norma Medina talks about her picturesque childhood in Mexico, and the culture shock she experienced when she was taken to live with her Aunt and Uncle in their ‘Brady Bunch’ house in California.

Photo by Eric Pearse Chávez

Tune into KCRW’s Morning Edition this holiday season for a series of

short profiles gathered inside La Burbuja — our mobile recording booth. The profile of Norma Medina was produced by Anayansi Diaz-Cortes and 301 Moved Permanently Jenny Radelet. A special thanks to Thea Boyanowsky.

Our profile series is airing at 7 a.m. every weekday thru Friday, Jan. 4. If you’re not an early bird, audio will also be posted here daily. Tune in, check back!

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