The Best of '¡Ahora!' | KCET
The Best of '¡Ahora!'
On September 1, 1969, the groundbreaking Mexican American community talk/magazine program, "¡Ahora!" premiered on KCET. Co-host Jesus Treviño on the program:
"¡Ahora!" ran for 175 episodes, ending in May, 1970. This "best of" compilation includes ritual Aztec dance, musical acts, historical reenactments, conversations on traditional Mexican art, examples of contemporary Chicano art, and profound moments in community activism and community involvement.
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Venture to the Pacific Northwest to capture the stories of ongoing traditions and perseverance of its original inhabitants.KCET Original
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On this episode: stay at home order, Palmdale and sticky Thanksgiving conversations.KCET Original
To Matt's discomfort, Charlie's free-spirited father, Carlito, arrives with his girlfriend's teenage daughter, Ivy. Just before the grand opening of the Knight-Cartwright heart clinic, Hugh receives a mysterious letter from his ex-wife.KCET Original
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While Hugh has second thoughts about his agreement with Harriet, Penny rescues an injured wombat, but her new pet causes an uproar at the hospital. Charlie tries to reach out to Ivy, and Matt freaks out when Carlito flirts with Meryl.
The Chicago Cubs baseball team came to Catalina Island for spring training through the late 1940s.
The candy recipes of Mary See started selling in a little shop and are now famous around the world.
Before there was Disneyland and other large amusement parks, there was Busch Gardens.