Having trouble keeping track of where the heck Huell Howser will pop-up in our the golden state? We're here to help.
This week you'll find Huell in Stanford, Malibu, Pasadena, San Gabriel, even the Anza Borrego State Park. Find out all the details using this week's handy installment of Where's Huell. For more information on these and other episodes - as well as a chance to purchase them - you can always visit Huell at www.calgold.com.
Thursday - January 7; 7:30pm: Muybridge - Huell is off to Stanford University to learn about Eadweard Muybridge and his ground breaking photographs of animal locomotion. With the financial help of wealthy Leland Stanford, a former California Governor and founder of Stanford University, Muybridge used multiple cameras to capture innovative images of animals in motion. His venture, which would make contributions to art and science, began in 1872 at Stanford's horse farm in Palo Alto the future site of Stanford University.
Related: A sampling of the amazing chronofotography of Eadweard Muybridge:
Friday - January 8; 7:30pm: Getty Villa - In 1945, J. Paul Getty acquired his Malibu retreat which now includes a Romanesque gallery full of priceless art. Huell also tours the propety’s historically-accurate Ancient Roman crop garden.
Related: A short tour of the Getty Villa grounds before Huell makes his way to Malibu:
Saturday - January 9; 7:00pm: Anza Borrego - On this desert adventure, Huell visits the Anza Borrego Desert State Park and the community of Borrego Springs. The Park is the largest state park in California, with five hundred miles of dirt roads, 12 wilderness areas and miles of hiking trails. Its one of the most beautiful places on earth. Huell then gets to know the locals in town and visits some wonderful businesses. He samples some goodies at the Fudge Factory and checks out some very unique art at Liesel’s Art Studio and has lunch at an unlikely French bistro, the French Corner. We finish our visit with the amazing sculptures of Ricardo Breceda who makes creatures from the past come alive with metal and a welding torch.
Related: A panorama shot from the summit of Anza Borrego's Coyote Mountain:
Sunday - January 10; 7:00pm: Hearst Ranch - Join Huell as he gets a tour of the 80,000 acre Hearst Ranch. He learns about its history and that it is actually still a working ranch... you can even try some Hearst beef!
Related: A preview of tonight's Hearst Ranch extravaganza:
Monday - January 11; 7:30pm: Leonis Adobe - Huell and a group of school children go back in time to the early 1800s, when the day's chores included blacksmithing, cow-roping, and winemaking. We look inside the ranch and home of San Fernando Valley businessman Miguel Leonis, a hidden treasure which was nearly demolished in the 1960s and has become the state's Historical Landmark Number One.
Related: Does Miguel Leonis haunt his19th-century ranch? A paranormal take on the Leonis Adobe:
Tuesday - January 12; 7:30pm: Old Pasadena - Huell tours the streets around Pasadena's Colorado Boulevard, where historic buildings have been preserved and turned into today's bustling marketplace.
Related: A time lapse video of a major intersection in modern-day Old Pasadena:
Wednesday - January 13; 7:30pm: Serbian New Year - Huell attends a Serbian New Year celebration at St. Sava Orthodox Church in San Gabriel.
Related: Young singers perform at the St. Sava Orthodox Church.