LACMA Director Michael Govan offers his vision of what LACMA will offer to visitors in a decade.
LACMA Director Michael Govan discusses how Los Angeles attracts artists and supports art institutions.
LACMA Director Michael Govan talks about how the museum is meeting the challenge of ethnic and economic diversity.
Carnival comes to Saint-Marie. Richard sees the dark side of show business when a comeback concert ends in the most public of murders.
The Mojave Desert's Old Woman Mountains are a real-life history book. Their wildlife and water deserve lasting protection.
The Presidential election results went one way, and California went the other. California is proof that climate action works.
The best way to protect our mountain lions as they eke out a meager living is to build a culture of tolerance.
What started off as a performance art piece at the L.A. River, has grown into a multidimensional nonprofit, which aims to restore the L.A. River.
This recipe yields soft and chewy gingerbread cookies that are perfect for the holiday season.
These crinkle cookies are eye-catching because they're so imperfect. They're highly addictive, too.
The salad grown at Sierra Madre Middle School uses an indoor aeroponics system. This system uses 90% less water than conventional gardening methods and produces 30% more food. A single harvest can be ready in three weeks and a basic system costs $500.
It almost doesn’t matter what kind of car you actually drive. Everybody’s got their eye on some other car. And there’s no better place to plan your next acquisition and be inspired by the best car designs of all time than at these classic car collections.
Transcending the grassroots, L.A. activists entered the halls of local politics and showed how public resources could embolden gay power.
Like many long-lived screen icons, the Bradbury Building has endured almost as many years of irrelevance and dissolution as it has enjoyed years of celebration.
From candy-cane streetcars to Broadway twinkle lights, vintage photos reveal how Southern California once decorated its public spaces for the holidays.
Thanksgiving has long been criticized as a whitewashed holiday that erases Native people. With Standing Rock, those criticisms become more pressing.
From Parks to Housing to Economic Renewal, the Golden State’s Waterways Face a Flood of Expectations
A brief explanation of "conflict of interest" complete with examples.
"Democracy Now!" looks at two of Donald Trump’s Cabinet picks: Steven Mnuchin for treasury secretary and Wilbur Ross for commerce secretary.
This dramatic series tells the story of three Israeli soldiers who were held captive for 17 years following their kidnapping while on a secret mission with their unit in Lebanon.
Tending the Wild shines light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how they have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia.
The Migrant Kitchen explores Los Angeles’ booming food scene through the eyes of a new generation of chefs whose cuisine is inspired by the immigrant experience.
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KCET's weekly news magazine investigates and reports on the issues that affect Southern California, from the economy to the environment.
Meanwhile, about 1,000 workers for the company in Indiana will reportedly still lose their jobs.
Gazpacho isn't just liquid salsa anymore.
The rise of boxed meal delivery services could be life changing for those less than enthusiastic about cooking.
A new study says people who prepare their own healthy foods enjoy eating it more. But what if you hate to cook?
The California Supreme Court ruled that consumers can file lawsuits against companies falsely labeling their products "organic." What's next?
This year's most interesting findings in food science.
A new study says that eating with colleagues promotes productivity. That's nonsense.