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KPBS Open House And Tours

Some children trying out the KPBS Evening Edition set.

Above: Some children trying out the KPBS Evening Edition set.

KPBS will be opening our doors on Saturday, March 23, 2013 as part of Explore SDSU!

Join us for Tours and an Open House featuring KPBS personalities, hands on activities, Curious George, and more!

Tours will be available on a first come-first served basis. We’ll be handing out a limited number of tickets each hour so stop by early so you don’t miss out. Visit our Evening Edition set, play on the Green Screen with Curious George, and test out your radio voice while you await your tour.

KPBS is located at the corner of Campanile Drive and Lindo Paseo. Get directions to KPBS in Google Maps. Campus parking for Explore SDSU Open House is free. You may park in any space marked for SDSU students or faculty/staff.

Please come and join us!

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lps58 | March 17, 2013 at 10:02 a.m. ― 1 year, 1 month ago

Hans and Margret Rey (authors and creators of Curious George) were saved from the Holocaust in June of 1940 by getting visas from Aristides de Sousa Mendes, the Portuguese Counsel, in Bordeaux, France, against the orders of the Portuguese government. It's been reported that Sousa Mendes issued 30,000 visas to refugees allowing them to escape the Nazi hordes.

The story of Sousa Mendes is one of bravery and humanitarianism. His great saving work resulted in his losing his post, his right to earn a living, and the loss of his family home. If he had not issued a visa to Mr. and Mrs. Rey it's likely that Curious George might never have been available for KPBS!

The story of Sousa Mendes can be found at:

Lee Sterling
Sousa Mendes Visa Recipient

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