At first glance, they might look like mimes traveling along the LA River and Venice.
They look like they're from a different era, away from the world of urbanization.
Tour a 150-foot solar tower overlooking Los Angeles at Mount Wilson Observatory, a facility dedicated to the continued study of astronomy and solar observations.
For decades, the doors of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Compton, Calif., have remained closed. The empty building became marked with leaky roofs, electrical problems, and instances of vandalism and graffiti.
The Gold Rush may be over, but panning for gold is still very much alive in California.
Kiva is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting small business owners and entrepreneurs with the tools needed to grow their businesses.
Take a road trip to one of the most unique and historic landmarks along Route 66, just south of Barstow.
Since the 1940s, the family-owned and run Colby Poster Printing Company has printed vibrant and eye-popping show posters and billboards visible on street corners, cross walks, and major venues.
Explore a slew of books, classic records, and art at The Last Bookstore, downtown L.A.'s most celebrated independent bookstore.
Every year, marathon runners prepare for the Angeles Crest 100-mile endurance run in the mountains above Los Angeles.
Crossroads is a rehabilitation and transition house located in Claremont, which provides recently incarcerated women the chance to rebuild their lives immediately upon release.