Huell visits Musso & Frank Grill, the oldest restaurant in Hollywood, and talks with longtime employees and patrons about what makes the eatery a landmark.
The historic Rialto Theatre in Pasadena was once a prized community venue but in recent years has faced neglect. The Mosaic Church has leased the space causing community members to worry the theater will no longer be used for non-religious arts events.
Huell travels to Cabrillo National Monument, where Cabrillo's exploration is commemorated with a statue and a museum flanked by scenic views of San Diego's harbor and skyline.
Huell Howser learns that Vandenberg Air Force Base is an important part of America's space history.
The Exide Batter Plant in Vernon, Calif. shut down in 2015 after years of contaminating neighboring communities. Residents and state regulators weigh in on the price of cleanup.
The residents of tiny Val Verde, Calif. wanted the landfill in their backyard to go away.
What inspired Nikki Silvestri to become an environmental leader? Silvestri talks about environmental justice, the changing face of environmental leadership and whether she sees hope for the future.
After a fire broke out at a Boyle Heights trash facility in September of 2016, Clean Up America, owner, Deontay Potter, is facing 50 criminal charges. Throughout the state, there are 12 waste facilities, including Clean Up America, that have pending viola
Formed in 1850 as one of the original 27 counties of California, Marin County is a wealth of protected areas, from the Point Reyes National Seashore to Samuel P. Taylor State Park.
Celebrated chef Ricardo Zarate has been introducing Angelenos to Peruvian flavors for nearly a decade. His two newly opened restaurants pay homage to his mother and his adopted home of Los Angeles.
Truth is, making mac & cheese from scratch is not as intuitive as adding powder to hot water, but it also isnʼt as hard as you might think. So, ditch the blue box and learn once and for all how to make it the old-fashioned way.
The Kortum Trail, named after legendary activist Bill Kortum, offers stark views of the shore and rolling hills of the Sonoma coast.
Ancient oaks and sycamores marked the boundaries of many Mexican-era rancho land grants.
The Los Angeles region's gardens can be seen as both sites of privilege and migration projects.
Overseeing Sequoia, Yosemite and Kings Canyon National Park in the early 1900s, African American men in "Buffalo Soldier" regiments were some of the state’s first National Park Rangers.
Nowhere else in the country have imported flora so overpowered the native.
Ten immigrants have died and 29 remain hospitalized in San Antonio, Texas, where dozens of undocumented immigrants were discovered packed in the back of a sweltering tractor-trailer.
Fifty years ago this month, rebellions broke out in the cities of Newark and Detroit.
The State Department has announced new sanctions against Iran over alleged support for terrorism and Iran’s ballistic missile program.
U.S. lawmakers are seeking to criminally outlaw support for the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign against Israel.
Lost LA brings SoCal history to life by marrying archival materials with innovative forms of documentary storytelling.
High-flying London PR executive Agatha Raisin fulfills a life-long dream of retiring to a small village in the Cotswolds.
Jane Kennedy is a high-flying solicitor. After another failed relationship, she returns to take up the post of Coroner in the small South Devon seaside town of Lighthaven she left as a teenager.
When senior crown prosecutor Janet King returns from maternity leave, she is thrust into the spotlight on a controversial case involving a senior-ranking police officer.
Actress Kate Beckinsale and Director Marc Webb are Scheduled to Attend Q&A
Gerardo Licón is the author of "Pachucas, Pachucos, and Their Culture: Mexican American Zoot Suiters in the United States Southwest, 1910-1955."
Participants of pachuco culture were not just male, youth or Mexican American. The history of the culture includes a number of complexities.