Jeremy Rosenberg | KCET
Post date: 2012-05-31T03:00:52-07:00
The director of "Re-Animator" -- the film and the musical -- finds inspiration in the strange and obscure worlds of Los Angeles.
Post date: 2012-05-28T03:00:00-07:00
With the Porter-Cologne act of 1969, the state gained all control of water use and quality. What did that mean for water-thirsty Los Angeles?
Post date: 2012-05-24T03:00:03-07:00
For Turkish-born architect Orhan Ayyuce, a three-month stay to visit his sister turned into a 30-year love affair with Los Angeles.
Post date: 2012-05-21T03:15:04-07:00
The Bracero Program streamlined the process of immigration for farm workers between 1942 and 1964. How have things changed since then?
Post date: 2012-05-17T03:00:05-07:00
"It was the discovery of both an incredibly innovative and progressive cultural life, as well as a fantastically enthusiastic attitude to the arts, that first made me consider making L.A. a home."
Post date: 2012-05-14T03:10:05-07:00
State legislator David A. Roberti is most proud of his work on providing housing for "every strata of people," including 33,000 new emergency shelter beds for the homeless.