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    Can you guess when this photo near Leimert Park was taken? Watch this short video and find out!
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    • KCET Departures: The Self-Realization Fellowship on Mount Washington • Incline L.A.: The Lost Residential Railway of Mt. Washington • Westways Magazine: OffRamp "Railcar with a View" The Little Engine That Couldn't It was sweet while it lasted. A...
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    Can you guess when this photo of La Plaza was taken? Watch this short video and find out!
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    Check out Old Town Pasadena as it looked many decades ago. But can you guess when this photo was taken?
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    • The Lost Tunnels of Downtown L.A. • Going Underground: Westways Magazine This is a photo taken on Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake. Where are these kids coming from? Out of a tunnel under the street -- what's up...
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    It's not all white beards and red suits; we get a lesson in the intricacies of being Santa.
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    It's a world-renowned landmark, but don't try to get too familiar. Here are the reasons why you can't get close to the Hollywood sign.
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    Big changes at L.A.'s Housing Authority. Watch the latest fallout from our revelation of lavish expenditures.
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    Listen and watch as whales chat, sing, and do that thing they do. You might be surprised by what scientists know (and don't know) about whale songs.
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    A peak at the secret life of whales through the collection of the L.A. County Natural History Museum's Marine Mammal Laboratory.
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    How do you get close enough to a whale to put a tag on it? Very carefully. Listen to whale expert John Calambokidis describe it.
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    Sifting receipts for HACLA staff meetings is enough to make your mouth water. Maybe they just think better at Harold & Belle's? Check out this timeline.
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    L.A. City Councilmember Dennis Zine's reacts to some of the HACLA records we uncovered. He was "impressed."
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    • Show Me the Money: HACLA
    • Second Helpings
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    We continue our investigation into L.A.'s Housing Authority; new details of $100,000 on employee incentives and $7,000 steak dinners.
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    A revealing portrait of master chef Thomas Keller, the only American chef to have two different restaurants awarded 3-star Michelin ratings at the same time.
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    When it comes to affordable health care for seniors, the more things change... the more they stay the same.
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    State Senator Kevin de León describes the role California's political process played in the cuts to Adult Day Health Care.
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    The opportunity for private space flight is now closer than ever. Correspondent Vince Gonzales shows how some companies are making that dream into a reality.
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    The Space Shuttle Endeavour has traveled millions of miles in space, but that doesn't mean getting it from LAX to its final home at the California Science Center is any easier than takeoff.
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    Commentator Brian Unger reminds us that easy access to transportation can lead to a different kind of mobility.
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    • Ticket to Space
    • Shuttle Diplomacy
    • Unger: Upwardly Immobile
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    It's a new kind of space race. Private enterprise is looking to design, build, and even fly the next gen of spaceships. See what they have in the works.
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    What do Occupy LA and local CEOs have in common? Jennifer London explains they share a desire to kick-start the economy.
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    Brian Rooney visits one neighborhood where, despite the recession, ordinary citizens are taking the risks and going into business for themselves.
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    Brian Unger wonders why advertisers are abandoning the middle class to target luxury and bargain brands.
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    Why would anyone open a new business in this recession? A top economist shares some valuable tips and advice.
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    • Crisis of Confidence
    • Open for Business
    • Unger: Whither the Middle Class?
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    Two of the world's great jazz photographers take us inside a world of late-night shoots, exotic locations, and contrary art directors.
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    Take a ride on the wild side at the L.A. Zoo's new carousel.
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    Can you guess when this photo near Leimert Park was taken? Watch this short video and find out!
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    • KCET Departures: The Self-Realization Fellowship on Mount Washington • Incline L.A.: The Lost Residential Railway of Mt. Washington • Westways Magazine: OffRamp "Railcar with a View" The Little Engine That Couldn't It was sweet while it lasted. A...
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    Can you guess when this photo of La Plaza was taken? Watch this short video and find out!
  • Entry
    Check out Old Town Pasadena as it looked many decades ago. But can you guess when this photo was taken?
  • Entry
    • The Lost Tunnels of Downtown L.A. • Going Underground: Westways Magazine This is a photo taken on Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake. Where are these kids coming from? Out of a tunnel under the street -- what's up...
  • Entry
    It's not all white beards and red suits; we get a lesson in the intricacies of being Santa.
  • Entry
    It's a world-renowned landmark, but don't try to get too familiar. Here are the reasons why you can't get close to the Hollywood sign.
  • Entry
    Big changes at L.A.'s Housing Authority. Watch the latest fallout from our revelation of lavish expenditures.
  • Entry
    Listen and watch as whales chat, sing, and do that thing they do. You might be surprised by what scientists know (and don't know) about whale songs.
  • Entry
    A peak at the secret life of whales through the collection of the L.A. County Natural History Museum's Marine Mammal Laboratory.