It’s not a Hollywood Bowl concert without food. Here’s a guide to eating and drinking your way through the bounty of Mexican food in Southern California to complement the first episode of “In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl.”
Before becoming part of the United States, Los Angeles was a Mexican city. This episode pays tribute to the city’s roots and features beloved Mexican and Mexican American artists playing at the Hollywood Bowl.
Swirl into the world of maple syrup with Vivian Howard. Take a trip to Maine's Fryeburg Fair, discover the magic of caterpillars and learn more about the birds soaring across New England skies each fall.
Directed by Grace Lee and Marjan Safinia, “And She Could Be Next” tracks the campaigns of six women of color who sought office as well as the efforts of all the seasoned organizers and ordinary folks who made those campaigns possible.
For nearly 30 years, Tom Dwyer worked with North East Trees, the non-profit organization responsible for planting some of the first trees and building some of the first parks along the Los Angeles River.
In this episode of I WAS THERE, Chris Silva reflects on his brother’s death, today’s police reform movement and what he says is a glaring conflict of interest among local sheriffs throughout California.
Since March the calls haven’t stopped for Manuel Villanueva, a community organizer with the Restaurant Opportunities Center. Thousands of cooks, waiters and dishwashers have struggled since then to survive since the shut down orders.
Saying he has zero tolerance toward alleged deputy cliques, most notably in the East Los Angeles station, Sheriff Alex Villanueva today announced a crackdown potentially involving the suspension or firing of more than two dozen deputies.
"Tending Nature" shines a light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how the state's Native peoples have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia.