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Huell Howser
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    Huell takes a hike to the elusive bridge that could have led to somewhere but got beaten out by Mother Nature by way of heavy rain and floods.
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    Owner William Gore Sr. and his wife, Lena Gore explain why their honey-baked cobblers are some of the best around town. Warning: Not for the calorie-wary.
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    Ramesh Mahajan takes us on a tour of Little India starting with a sweet shop of tantalizing tastes. (1993)
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    Huell travels to the northernmost reaches of our state in search of the mythical "State of Jefferson."
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    Huell takes us to Butte Creek, where four dams were removed to improve passage for endangered salmon and other fish.
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    Huell visits his artist friend Slater Barron to witness the beauty of art made from lint. Yes, lint.
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    Huell visits Los Angeles Trade Tech College, where students learn to become mechanics, beauticians and even chefs.
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    Huell visits several buildings in the old bank district, including the beautifully restored St. Vibiana's Church.
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    Huell visits Occidental College in Eagle Rock to re-trace the steps of President-elect Barack Obama.
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    An episode devoted to this remarkable desert plant which has come to symbolize the Mojave Desert.
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    Join Huell as he partakes of California’s edible delights - olives and berries.
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    Join Huell as he visits a vast cacti patch for harvesting, an ostrich farm and a blooming, bright marigold field.
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    Huell explores the history behind the bridge, from when skeptics called it “a bridge that couldn’t be built” to it being one of California’s most magnificent engineered structures.
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    Huell focuses on the traditions that remind California of its rich heritage.
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    Huell goes to Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro for its famous “grunion run”; then heads to the open plains of the Carrizo Plain Natural Area.
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    Huell visits the Huntington Library, which has one of the largest collections of Mission art in the world.
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    Huell takes a look at the fascinating process of converting used vegetable oil shipped from restaurants into a sustainable form of motor fuel.
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    Glass, aluminum and paper aren’t the only goods that can be recycled. In this episode, Huell sees “reprocessing” in a whole new light.
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    Huell takes a trip to Ano Nuevo, a national state reserve located 55 miles south of San Francisco.
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    Huell spends an afternoon at the 1000 block of Fairfax Avenue that is known as “Little Ehtiopia.”
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    Stepping into the streets of Angelino Heights, you wouldn’t guess that you’re in Los Angeles - more like back in time.
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    Huell visits the vibrant Thai community in Thai Town on Hollywood Boulevard.
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    Huell takes the Blue Line train to uncover yet another treasure in Los Angeles - the Watts Towers.
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    Huell talks to Albert and Katherine Dabrowski at Polka, their warm and welcoming restaurant that dishes up coveted but hard-to-find Eastern European cuisine in Los Angeles.
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    Huell gets a tour of the incredible Nethercutt collection, a great hidden gem of our city.
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    Huell visits Leimert Park and takes us to its shops and art galleries, and introduces us to some of the area’s residents.
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    Huell joins the jovial crowd for one of Lane Victory’s cruise rides to converse with those who helped revive the historical ship and those who remember its legacy.
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    A first-rate historical tour of Los Angeles’ Union Station, the “last of America’s great railway stations.”
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  • Entry
    Huell takes a hike to the elusive bridge that could have led to somewhere but got beaten out by Mother Nature by way of heavy rain and floods.
  • Entry
    Owner William Gore Sr. and his wife, Lena Gore explain why their honey-baked cobblers are some of the best around town. Warning: Not for the calorie-wary.
  • Entry
    Ramesh Mahajan takes us on a tour of Little India starting with a sweet shop of tantalizing tastes. (1993)
  • Entry
    Huell travels to the northernmost reaches of our state in search of the mythical "State of Jefferson."
  • Entry
    Huell takes us to Butte Creek, where four dams were removed to improve passage for endangered salmon and other fish.
  • Entry
    Huell visits his artist friend Slater Barron to witness the beauty of art made from lint. Yes, lint.
  • Entry
    Huell visits Los Angeles Trade Tech College, where students learn to become mechanics, beauticians and even chefs.
  • Entry
    Huell visits several buildings in the old bank district, including the beautifully restored St. Vibiana's Church.
  • Entry
    Huell visits Occidental College in Eagle Rock to re-trace the steps of President-elect Barack Obama.
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    An episode devoted to this remarkable desert plant which has come to symbolize the Mojave Desert.