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"Border Blaster" is an original world music video series. The 30-minute episodes are comprised solely of music videos from groundbreaking musicians from around the world.
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For over 80 years, Town Hall Los Angeles has been the preeminent gathering place of people, influencers, and ideas in Los Angeles.
Lost LA brings SoCal history to life by marrying archival materials with innovative forms of documentary storytelling.
After a summer of extreme weather around the world, "Democracy Now!" hosts a roundtable discussion with environmental leaders on next steps.
Huell learns about the remarkable history of Hearst Castle's outdoor "Neptune pool" and is given a rare invite to take a dip.
President Trump’s latest attempt to bar some citizens of eight Muslim majority countries from entering the U.S. suffers a second defeat, as another federal judge rules that the latest policy is unconstitutional.
Follow Spanish garage rockers the Parrots as they cruise through Morocco, documented by a travelogue with the charm of a home movie.
Huell tours Holcomb Valley, just north of Big Bear, and learns about its gold mining history.
Los Angeles is painting the town red this weekend to celebrate its favorite celebrity mountain lion for P-22 Day on October 22.
After sitting in juvenile prison for two years, waiting for Uganda’s painfully slow criminal justice system to try him for murders he did not commit, Henry inspired criminal justice reform in Uganda.
Los Angeles Policy and Updates
It is certainly not President Obama's fault that our current set of campaign finance laws necessitates fundraising, fundraising, and then some more fundraising, but it seems he does have control over when and where he does his campaign events.
Polling of the mostly unscientific kind puts Los Angeles up and puts Los Angeles down.
Councilman Paul Krekorian has released an infographic about how he is spending a portion of the budget for their San Fernando Valley district.
He is showing his business acumen. Recent disclosure reports show that Sherman earned over $650,000 just based on investing his campaign contributions.
Special districts fight turf wars while cities fight off escalating rates. Has the system that manages water in the L.A. Basin broken down?
Unwinding the state's 400 redevelopment agencies is underway while at the same time some in the legislature want to turn back the clock, but just a little.