His first stop is the Petrified Forest in Calistoga which has trees that date back three million years.
Join Huell as he gets a tour of this historic and controversial piece of land.
A Q&A will immediately follow the screening with director Gavin Hood.
Can "History Detectives" return the diary of a fallen North Vietnamese soldier to that veteran's family? U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta takes part in the exchange.
Residents working in local agriculture are invited to offer input to an important environmental rescue project at Ormond Beach in Oxnard, a beach in their community that many have never visited.
The all-American diet has taken a toll on the environment and on our health. Can we feed more people without wrecking the planet? The short answer is yes.
Off the coast of California, the disappearing abalone population is raising flags about ocean health and the lasting impact of rising sea temperatures, acidification and pollution.
The world’s largest land predator is under threat, and George is heading to Canada’s far north to see how polar bears are coping with their rapidly changing climate.
Annual trips to Mexico and visits with fellow chef Rick Bayless are the inspiration for Jacques' tasty garlic and pasilla soup.
In today's show, we explore how American barbecue techniques can enhance three classic Mexican dishes.
Nick describes the need for a chef to trust their instincts and the skills needed to further one's culinary passion.
It's easy to fall in love with Jacques' seasonal menu, starting with a fresh, smooth tomato velvet soup - the name speaks for itself!
In El Monte, where nearly half the city is classified a food desert, students and gardeners grow a lush garden with even bigger plans for the future.
As an independent contractor, Daniel “Seko” Uaina drives merchandise for some of the largest corporations in the world yet he struggles to make ends meet.
Cultural historian and co-author of the seminal, “An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles,” Robert Winter has died at the age of 94. His passing has left many in this vast, complicated city saddened.
In the heart of San Diego a group of East African women is running catering services to promote entrepreneurship and implement the valuable skills refugees bring to the table.
Thursday on the NewsHour, tensions between Japan and South Korea heighten with the end of an intelligence-sharing agreement.
Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump overhauls rules about detaining migrant families and doubles down on criticism of American Jews who support Democrats.
Tuesday on the NewsHour, the leaders of America's largest corporations endorse a more socially minded vision for business – but can they practice what they preach?
Monday on the NewsHour, Planned Parenthood and other organizations providing reproductive health care services to low-income women cope with a change to Title X funding.
While most of us are sleeping, nearly 15 million Americans are heading off to work. "Nightshift" immerses viewers in the diverse experiences of five of those workers.
"Blue Sky Metropolis" is the untold story of how aerospace was central to the growth of California and its emergence as an economic power.
"Artbound" explores and illuminates the cultural issues of our times, providing critical in-depth analysis of how the arts and culture affects our society.
"Earth Focus" is an environmental news magazine that features investigative reports and in-depth stories about our changing environment and how it affects people around the world.
On "Broken Bread," chef Roy Choi explores social justice issues in Los Angeles and those who use food for change.
"LA Foodways" looks at the storied agricultural history of Los Angeles to understand present food waste challenges and opportunities to bring fresh foods to urban communities.
August 23, 2019 - PBS NewsHour Full Episode
Huell tours Holcomb Valley, just north of Big Bear, and learns about its gold mining history.
Travel to Santa Barbara Island, one of the eight Channel Islands, to learn about the history and nature of this beautiful place from its only human resident.
You don't need a degree in smokeology to name the big three of barbecue: Kansas City ribs, Carolina pulled pork, and Texas smoked brisket. But what about some of the lesser-known styles of regional American barbecue?
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