“Southland Sessions” connects you to SoCal’s resilient arts scene one session at a time.
"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.
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“Power and Health” examines the underlying sociological and economic forces that determine our health and how those forces are shaped by power.
"City Rising" illuminates the journey of California's neighborhoods advocating for responsible development.
Prop 13, the campaign to slash property taxes, launched a tax revolt that continues today.
PBS SoCal and KCET are collaborating with KPCC and LAist to bring you a daily reporter roundup discussing the latest regional news about COVID-19.
Explore the power of genetic data to reveal family connections, ancestry, and health risks — and even solve criminal cold cases.
Hear shocking stories as another drought strikes Somalia. Mass migration, food shortages and malnutrition mean famine is a very real threat, but resolute humanitarians race to meet the basic needs of the most vulnerable.
On July 4, 2017, more than 90 film crews across the country capture Americans in the midst of life, liberty and their particular pursuit of happiness, creating an unflinching snapshot of the depth and breadth of the American experience.
January 15, 2021 – PBS NewsHour Full Episode
Huell stops by Gaytan Foods and sees the pickled pig ears. Then he meets up with Ruben (from Musso’s) at Durango Restaurant where they cook them just like him Mom used to. Finally, he samples a gelatinous Asian delicacy at the Chung King Restaurant.
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When news broke that Rio de Janiero had been awarded the 2016 summer Olympic games, TTLA asked Phuong-Cac Nguyen, this blog's Brazil Beurea Chief, if she could explain what this means to the nation.