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New Special Airing Nov. 14

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Liz Ohanesian

Liz Ohanesian

Liz Ohanesian writes about art, pop culture, music and, sometimes, a combination of the three. Her work has appeared in L.A. Weekly, Los Angeles Magazine, Hi-Fructose and a number of other publications. She lives in Los Angeles.

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 Participants make zines at a zine-making pop-up at Patria Coffee in 2018.
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Artbound

Zine Collections Showcase and Amplify Diverse Voices Even in the Age of Social Media

The simple fact that anyone can make a zine, regardless of whether or not they know how to use InDesign or have the money for a large press run, opens up the medium to a bevy of voices.
A pile of zines, small independently-published work. Most of the zines have Halloween and goth-themed artwork.
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Artbound

Want to Make a Zine? These Zine Makers Have Tips For Getting Started.

When it comes to making zines, there are no fixed rules. These homemade magazines can be handwritten on notebook paper or typed into a computer layout. Three zinesters share tips, advice and inspiration for getting started.
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Article

Near, Far, Wherever They Are, Angelenos Love the L.A. River

In a new, multilingual poll, 91% of L.A. residents supported river revitalization, while only 48% of those would support a tax increase to do it. Meanwhile, 76% of respondents prioritized ensuring that revitalization projects don’t displace locals.
Headshot of Heidi Ewing.
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Heidi Ewing Merges Narrative Film and Documentary in 'I Carry You With Me'

Ewing’s latest film, "I Carry You With Me," began its life as a documentary, the story of a couple’s journey from Mexico to the United States, until it took a different turn.
Camara Jones
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Power & Health

Interviews Featured on 'Power & Health'

Meet the 10 experts examining health inequities through the lens of race, wealth and power in the documentary "Power & Health."
Eddie Redmayne, Kevin Costner and Leslie Mann
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'Cinema Series': 25 Years of Bringing the Community Together Through a Love of Film

KCET Cinema Series was created with the intent of bringing together an audience away from their television sets, and that mission has endured for 25 years.
 Watts Coffee House logo | Still from "Broken Bread" Watts
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Broken Bread

Watts Coffee House: A True Community Hub

Watts Coffee House has been open for more than 50 years, but since Desiree Edwards took over in 1997, the restaurant has become a community gathering place and driver for a more positive future for locals.
Aqeela Sherrills with a fellow community member | Still from "Broken Bread" Watts
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Broken Bread

Aqeela Sherrills: Homegrown Watts Peacemaker

Aqeela Sherrills is a Watts native who grew up around street gangs. As an adult, he decided to team up with other community members to build a more peaceful, prosperous Watts. 
Bracken's Kitchen truck | Still from "Broken Bread"
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Broken Bread

Bracken's Kitchen: Bringing Food to People in Need

Bracken's Kitchen is a Garden Grove-based non-profit that provides meals to organizations that help feed people in need.
Working together at L.A. Kitchen | Still from "Broken Bread"
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Broken Bread

L.A. Kitchen: Battling Food Issues on Many Fronts

Over the course of six years, the L.A. Kitchen developed a multi-pronged approach to address the interconnected issues of hunger, food waste and employment opportunities in Los Angeles.
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