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Democracy Now!

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Environmental art came out of the movement to reject commercialization, yet its capital-intensive approach also shut out certain artist demographics. Learn how artistic mediums can affect artist participation and how new digital possibilities are paving the way for more artistic diversity.
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California's Golden Parks

Huell Visits the Only Restored Nike Missile Site in the U.S.

Today, a dedicated group of volunteers works in partnership with the Golden Gate National Recreation Area on the continuous task of restoration at site SF-88, which has been turned into a museum.
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California's Golden Parks

Huell Learns About the Conservation of Chinook Salmon at the Return of the Salmon Festival

Huell attends the annual Return of the Salmon Festival in Shasta County to see huge numbers of fall Chinook Salmon coming up river to spawn.
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More than 40 people have been killed since the beginning of Colombian anti-government protests.
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SoCal Update

Outdoor Dining Could Outlast the Pandemic in L.A. | May 12

The Los Angeles City Council votes unanimously to continue outdoor dining protocols.
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PBS NewsHour

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Wednesday on the NewsHour, Rep. Liz Cheney is ousted from House GOP leadership after criticizing former President Donald Trump.
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Officials Say L.A. Stands Ready to Vaccinate Teens | May 12

Today, what does the approval of the Pfizer vaccine for teens ages 12-15 mean for L.A.?
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The Migrant Kitchen

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With the coronavirus lockdown. the momentum of the Filipino food movement came to a screeching halt. Lauren Delgado and Rayson Esquejo felt they needed to do something. But they weren't sure how, at first.
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California's Golden Parks

Huell Discovers What Zzyzx Exit off the 15 is All About

Huell takes the Zzyzx off-ramp from the Interstate 15 freeway and sees what this iconic exit is all about.
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