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.
Artbound explores and illuminates the cultural issues of our times, providing critical in-depth analysis of how the arts and culture affects our society.
More than 1 million people have signed a petition demanding Persky be removed from the bench. But supporters of Judge Persky caution that efforts to recall a jurist based on his use of judicial discretion may have unintended consequences.
The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald discusses Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' strong denouncement of the impeachment of Brazil’s democratically elected president.
Danny and Steve 'welcome' new boss Ted Case into the UCOS office in Sasha's absence, but for all his wealth of experience, keen eye for detail and a killer instinct for detecting liars, they aren't quite as sold on his superstitious quirks.
The team is plunged headlong into the violent underworld of cage-fighting in order to deal with elusive criminal and gang leader, Sean O’Driscoll.
Communes were popular in the 60’s, but most of them failed. Not so with the Eco-Village, an apartment building tucked in the middle of one of LA’s densest neighborhoods.
Reporter Derrick Shore goes to a Mexican restaurant and tries their cricket tacos and visits the Rainbow Mealworms farm in Compton where billions of worms and other insects are raised and shipped out to feed mainly reptiles, but more recently humans.
Thousands of plants around the world are endangered or have gone extinct, victims of climate change, logging and habitat loss.
Watch as 19 magellanic penguins from South America play a game on the iPad, curiously tapping their beaks on the screen and chasing after a virtual mouse.
The Los Angeles River and its advocates have turned jokes about the river on its head, using it instead to capture the limelight
Struggling youth find new paths on the L.A. River
When it comes to all things Los Angeles River, there is one agency that looms largest
With homeless funding stalled and the nearest services as far as Skid Row and Glendale, Recycled Resources decided to take the homeless crisis into its own hands.
A $1.3 billion plan to restore a portion of the Los Angeles River continues to clear hurdles as it makes it way to Congress for final approval.
The city's increasing need for water is pushing lawmakers and water agencies to use the river's function as a flood control channel to their advantage.
News and stories related to the revitalization of the Los Angeles River and surrounding communities.