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African American, Japanese, Armenian, Mexican, Irish, French, Jewish, English, Scottish, Union, Confederate -- all are represented at this first privately operated cemetery in Los Angeles, opened in 1877.
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KCET Cinema Series'The Imitation Game' Q&A
KCET Cinema SeriesPreview: 'Wild Tales'
KCET 50th AnniversaryA Milestone in Cultural Development in Southern California
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ArtboundThe Spirit of North Shore
SoCal ConnectedEndeavour Shuttle in 'Go for Payload' Phase
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SoCal ConnectedGood Land Organics: Coffee Farming
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Home & GardenDrought Leads to Smaller, More Expensive Pumpkins
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