The First Street-Beverly Boulevard Viaduct is something of an infrastructural anomaly -- a 900-foot bridge better suited for a freeway interchange than an intersection of mere surface streets.
Ruth has a secret admirer, but finds the attention unnerving. Meanwhile, Bert isn't amused when one of Louisa's students writes a scathing review of his restaurant in the school newsletter.
A dishonorable man is bludgeoned to death with a hammer. Can Father Brown find the killer before an innocent woman is hanged?
Communist party official Vilem Novy's trial finally begins eight months after Jan Palach's death.
The UCOS team investigates the murder of an East German immigrant whose last words translate to "blue flower."
As politics and nutrition go head-to-head in a battle over dietary recommendations, it's time to look back at the terrible effects of the food pyramid.
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KCET's hyper-local web documentary, community engagement tool, and digital literacy program about the cultural history of Los Angeles' neighborhoods.Click for more about this original program
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Local Heroes invites you to take a look at the candidates nominated by the KCET community in honor of this year's Black History Month. The honorees will be announced at the beginning of February.
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Angelenos Found Creative Ways to Watch the First Super Bowl

The 1967 game held in Los Angeles was blacked out to TVs within a 75-mile radius due to an NFL policy.

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