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"Father Brown" follows a kindly cleric as he solves crimes in his community.
"The Martian" author Andy Weir joins May Lee on this episode of "Full Frame".
"Those who think Americans scare easily, enough to abandon our country's ideals in exchange for a false sense of security, underestimate our resolve. To them, we say only this: not here, not ever."
Protests continued to break out on the floor of the Democratic National Convention Thursday, as chants of "No more war" could be heard throughout the final night.
"America doesn't need a political pyromaniac for president."
"Donald Trump has exploited America's laws to put himself first. He uses lawsuits the way my mom uses coupons to drive down the price of products. He uses bankruptcies – six of them – like a wealthy man's get-out-jail-free card."
"It's about her experience and her leadership and her qualities that make her so qualified to be president."
Thousands of people use the Monterey Bay Coastal Recreation Trail every day, but this popular segment of the California Coastal Trail almost didn’t happen.
In Boyle Heights, the conflict between art spaces and local grassroots organizations has escalated. Residents are bringing into question the direct and indirect complicity of artists and cultural spaces in the displacement of communities.
This documentary presents a fascinating analysis of how the over-reliance on aid charities inhibits real local economic growth in the developing world.
Where exactly is the birthplace of tango?
If walls could speak, an important 19th century landmark in San Diego, La Casa de Estudillo, would convey a complex past. For a period, craze for a novel -- Helen Hunt Jackson’s 1884 “Ramona” -- added to the site’s appeal and transformation.
UCOS investigate the murder of a private investigator, stabbed through the heart in a suspected robbery gone wrong.
There's no better way to follow in the footsteps of Santa Barbara history than to travel the California Coastal Trail.
Gaviota State Park is a strange beach -- on account of the giant, 811-foot long railroad trestle.
Working to make bicycling safe and accessible to community members, Bici Centro is pushing to make Santa Barbara a model bike-friendly city.
Though there are far too many excellent trails of this kind to mention, here are a handful well worth the time and effort.