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    Nick Waterhouse brings his buttoned-up, soulful rock to "Artbound Presents Studio A."
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    Nick Waterhouse brings his buttoned-up, soulful rock to "Artbound Presents Studio A."
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    Singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis performs a set of upbeat and sophisticated songs on Artbound Presents Studio A, interweaving energetic indie rock infused with subtle country and and pop style.
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    Season 2 Episode 4 of City Walk races to the top of the highest building west of the Mississippi, takes to the bike path with drummer and composer Stewart Copeland, scours the scrappy streets of downtown Las Vegas, treks back to when Pedestrianism was the #1 sport in America and uncovers the hidden connection between exercise and medicine.
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    Detroit may be the motor city, but you can walk downtown all day without ever running out of things to do -- from the Fox Theatre where the stars of Motown performed to the many stadiums where the action never stops.
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    Everyone knows about the fabulous strip in Las Vegas, but what about the wild streets downtown? Turns out what once was run down, has now come back to glitzy life and according to former mayor Oscar Goodman, the future is limited only by people's imagination.
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    What do exercise and medicine have in common? Bob Sallis, our resident City Walk, MD, sheds new light on ancient remedies and reveals why your next prescription might not involve a visit to the pharmacy.
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    Elevators are for wimps! Just ask the thousands of downtown LA office workers who climb the stairs every year in a race 75 stories to the top of the US Bank Tower in Los Angeles to raise money for the Ketchum-Downtown YMCA.
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    When Jo and Leo, a couple of 13-year old parkour aficionados in Dresden, Germany want to relax, they like to free-run even when temperatures are below freezing. In a delightful romp on snow-covered ground they 'flip flop fantastic.'
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    Today football and baseball pack them in... but back in the 1800s watching people walk was America's favorite spectator sport. Best-selling author Matthew Algeo takes us on a journey back in time to when hundreds of thousands cheered on the next Pedestrian Champion of the World!
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    When composer and rock star Stewart Copeland wants to relax he gathers his buddies and takes to the bike path in Santa Monica...but when it comes to upper body exercise he dances to the beat of his own giant drum kit.
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    Singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis performs a set of upbeat and sophisticated songs on Artbound Presents Studio A, interweaving energetic indie rock infused with subtle country and and pop style.
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    Look back with us on 10 featured musical acts that have graced the stage on Artbound Presents Studio A in 2014.
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    Daniel Lanois stoped by Artbound Presents Studio A for a solo session featuring his soulful guitarwork and vocals, interweaving folksy Americana with subtle blues sounds.
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    Discover more about Brothers Mikaiah and Anaiah Lei of The Bots in their own words.
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    Brothers Mikaiah and Anaiah Lei are the force behind punkish rockers The Bots, who perform a high amplitude set on KCET's "Artbound Presents Studio A."
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    Episode 3 of City Walk explores the streets of Los Angeles by foot, bicycle and Space Shuttle -- from the stairways of Echo Park to Venice Beach, from LAX to The California Science Center, finally disappearing inside a secret bunker deep beneath LA's City Hall.
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    KCRW's Traffic Queen Kajon Cermak takes us on a once-in-a-lifetime tour of the Automated Traffic Surveillance and Control (ATSAC) System buried deep beneath City Hall.
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    Actor Luke Wilson takes a spectacular journey on foot in the award winning short, "Satellite Beach."
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    One hundred years ago a 'little tramp' named Charlie Chaplin made his first appearance on camera during the Junior Vanderbilt Cup in Venice Beach.
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    Straight up the next on-ramp, millions of cars take to the freeways in a perpetual race to nowhere. We spotlight 24 hours of life on LA's iconic freeway system.
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    Join us on a fast and furious journey aboard The Gold Line, a public transportation adventure with breathtaking views of Los Angeles that can't be seen through the windshield of a car.
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    From Old Town to the Rose Bowl, Los Angeles Times Pulitzer-Prize winning Restaurant Critic Jonathan Gold reveals why Old Pasadena is a great place to walk.
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    There are over 300 staircases in the city of Los Angeles and a resilient group of City Walkers is determined to climb them all in a Big Parade of people who tweet as they tread.
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    Watch "KCET: 50 Years at the Forefront," our documentary celebrating half a century of groundbreaking programming on KCET.
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    In this episode of "Artbound Presents Studio A," Soul songstress Roberta Flack performs "Angelitos Negros" during an intimate session at KCET in the 1970s.
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    Soul songstress Roberta Flack stopped by the KCET studios for this intimate session from the 1970s, showcasing her versatile vocals influenced by jazz, gospel and R&B.
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    Pairing deft guitar with his lithe falsetto, Moses Sumney performs his soulful folk on Artbound Presents Studio A.
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    Join us in New York City where thousands take to the streets to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research on a midnight MoonWalk that brings together victims, survivors and hope.
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    What does it take for a cartoon character to take walk on the wild side? Famed animator Bill Plympton shows us the secrets of graphic locomotion step by step.
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    Nick Waterhouse brings his buttoned-up, soulful rock to "Artbound Presents Studio A."
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    Nick Waterhouse brings his buttoned-up, soulful rock to "Artbound Presents Studio A."
  • Entry
    Singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis performs a set of upbeat and sophisticated songs on Artbound Presents Studio A, interweaving energetic indie rock infused with subtle country and and pop style.
  • Entry
    Season 2 Episode 4 of City Walk races to the top of the highest building west of the Mississippi, takes to the bike path with drummer and composer Stewart Copeland, scours the scrappy streets of downtown Las Vegas, treks back to when Pedestrianism was the #1 sport in America and uncovers the hidden connection between exercise and medicine.
  • Entry
    Detroit may be the motor city, but you can walk downtown all day without ever running out of things to do -- from the Fox Theatre where the stars of Motown performed to the many stadiums where the action never stops.
  • Entry
    Everyone knows about the fabulous strip in Las Vegas, but what about the wild streets downtown? Turns out what once was run down, has now come back to glitzy life and according to former mayor Oscar Goodman, the future is limited only by people's imagination.
  • Entry
    What do exercise and medicine have in common? Bob Sallis, our resident City Walk, MD, sheds new light on ancient remedies and reveals why your next prescription might not involve a visit to the pharmacy.
  • Entry
    Elevators are for wimps! Just ask the thousands of downtown LA office workers who climb the stairs every year in a race 75 stories to the top of the US Bank Tower in Los Angeles to raise money for the Ketchum-Downtown YMCA.
  • Entry
    When Jo and Leo, a couple of 13-year old parkour aficionados in Dresden, Germany want to relax, they like to free-run even when temperatures are below freezing. In a delightful romp on snow-covered ground they 'flip flop fantastic.'
  • Entry
    Today football and baseball pack them in... but back in the 1800s watching people walk was America's favorite spectator sport. Best-selling author Matthew Algeo takes us on a journey back in time to when hundreds of thousands cheered on the next Pedestrian Champion of the World!