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Mr. Soul!

"Mr. SOUL!" explores the first nationally broadcast all-Black variety show on public TV.
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Report: Reducing Red Tape Key to Survival of L.A.’s Creative Economy

After record growth, L.A.'s creative economy has suffered much with the coronavirus crisis. Now, recovery is uneven, and experts say reducing red tape is a critical element of survival.
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A New Case Study House Puts Black Architecture on Display in Watts

On a triangle-shaped lot near the historic Watts Towers and the beloved Watts Towers Arts Center, a new mixed-use project is underway to draw people from all over the city and beyond to experience the Black aesthetic through architecture.
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'The 11th Green' Investigates Aliens and Eisenhower at the Virtual KCET Cinema Series on February 25th

A Q&A will immediately follow the screening with writer/director/producer Christopher Munch, and actors Campbell Scott and Leith Burke.
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Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman Star in 'The Father' at the Virtual KCET Cinema Series on February 22nd

A Q&A will immediately follow the screening with Academy Award-winners Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Coleman along with director Florian Zeller.
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The Black Church

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Discover how the Black church expanded to address social inequality.
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The Black Church

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Host Henry Louis Gates, Jr. explores the roots of African American religion.
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Voice of Freedom

The life of singer Marian Anderson and her triumphant 1939 concert at the Lincoln Memorial.
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Gente from La Puente: Underground Punk Icon Kid Congo Powers Still Rocks

Kid Congo Powers is a Brown, queer, underground punk glam rock guitar legend who grew up in the East L.A. suburb of La Puente, California. His work over decades with worldwide bands places him firmly in the L.A. and international punk music scene. He returns to the spotlight with a new album, video and even a line of eyewear.
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Free App Offers Musical Tour Through Griffith Park

For her latest project, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Ellen Reid chose a different type of collaborator — L.A.’s natural environment. "Soundwalk" is free app that allows one to walk, hike or relax at Griffith Park as they listen to a site-specific score.
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