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Today, L.A. DA George Gascon takes a step toward reforming the criminal justice system.
Today, a new arts space has taken over the former home of Dalton Warehouse.
Issues of accessibility have long been woven through all facets of graphic design and can especially be seen in Los Angeles during the late 1960s and early '70s.
The flowering of grassroots social movements in California in the 1960s and '70s led to concurrent flourishing of graphic innovation as a form of collective action. Designers today continue this legacy, using their practices to inspire change and raise up global fights for justice.
The visual language that has emerged from the Golden State continues to rewrite the rules of design through the unrestrained use of color, stylistic hybridity and the juxtaposition of high and low culture.
'I Carry You With Me' Is a Tender LGBTQ Love Story that Transcends the Mexican Border at the Virtual KCET Cinema Series on June 22nd
This decades-spanning take on the American Dream follows Iván, an aspiring chef and young father, and Gerardo, a teacher and his soulmate, who decide to sacrifice everything and take a perilous journey together to New York City with dreams, hopes and memories in tow.
California's Golden Fairs
In 1880, a group from San Diego organized an agricultural fair to bring county farmers together. In 1936, it moved to its current location at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, and Huell goes to visit.
Visiting with Huell Howser
Huell samples some unique and tasty frozen specialties imported from Mexico and Singapore.