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Lost LA brings SoCal history to life by marrying archival materials with innovative forms of documentary storytelling.
Among the 100,000 people who have been forced to evacuate wildfires in California, was Jan Hoyman, a pottery artist who narrowly escaped the fire in Mendocino County last week.
Daymé Arocena creates a personal portrait of her home, Havana, Cuba.
Comedian David Correos wants to incorporate his culture into his work, but will he be able to create a winning routine that doesn’t involve him taking off his clothes?
Phryne, gorgeous in her sparkling evening gown, had thought she would dance the night away at the hottest dancehall in town, the Green Mill. That was before death spoiled the evening.
Huell travels to Gilroy for their 25th Annual Garlic Festival where he samples garlic ice cream, garlic kettle corn, roasted garlic and other mouth-watering garlic delicacies.
This film follows the lives of Irishman Reb Kennedy and the artists on his LA indie label, Wild Records.
Join Huell as he spends a day at Descanso Gardens in La Canada to enjoy a good old-fashioned rally put on by the Automatic Musical Instrument Collectors Association.
A massive art celebration is coming to Southern California this September 2017 to January 2018. Find out what it's all about. For updates, keep checking www.kcet.org/pst.
Huell travels to Eureka and the Civil War military post, Fort Humboldt. Ulysses S. Grant served there briefly in 1854.
During World War II the Kaiser Shipyard in Richmond ,California built 747 ships while working 24 hours a day and 365 days a year for the war effort.
In the Los Angeles art show "How to Read El Pato Pascual," Latinx artists confront Walt Disney and his cartoon creations.