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Former Midwesterner and current mother of three, Nikol comes to KCET with a background in video production, journalism, comedy writing, and non-profit work. Her non-fiction book won the 2010 Young Adult's Reluctant Reader's Award, and she has spoken at Yale, New York Women In Film, and various medical schools. When she's not working on side projects related to foster children, or home in her kitchen making pickles, she's out enjoying L.A.'s hiking and nightlife scene equally. She is always ready to hear "It's time for Dodger baseball!"

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An Interview With the 2018 People's Choice Winners

We're excited to announce this year's winners, Nicholas Moyer and Nate Norell. Their documentary, "Kip" is a loving look at a young man who, in the face of numerous physical disabilities and setbacks, is driven by his love of constant artistic growth.
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Dodgers Stories: 6 Decades in LA

Beyond the Dugout: Five Important People In Dodger History Who Weren't On the Field

When people talk about baseball greats, it is usually a discussion of the players. Yet there are legends in the stands as well. 
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Women Who Killed It In 2017

As we move forward into 2018, lets take a look back at some of our coverage of some of the most influential women of the past year.
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Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: Lake Balboa and Reseda

Lake Balboa is a fairly young neighborhood, while Reseda is one of the oldest neighborhoods of the Valley. Both boast some fantastic and iconic local restaurants. 
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Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: West Hollywood

Through its history, WeHo has been a wild, progressive, and at times debauched pocket of Los Angeles.

Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: West Hollywood

Through its history, WeHo has been a wild, progressive, and at times debauched pocket of Los Angeles.
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Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: Hollywood & Hollywood Hills

These spots have such a draw that even tourists can't keep the important Hollywood people from coming back.
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Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: Sherman Oaks

If you look hard enough, you'll find the spots that mean the most to the neighborhood. And for that, Sherman Oaks, we can't stay mad at you.
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Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: Van Nuys

Van Nuys considers itself "The Heart of the Valley," though given how it's regarded by surrounding Valley neighbors, it's treated more like an armpit. And the locals are just fine with that.
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Iconic Neighborhood Restaurants: North Hollywood

If the most you've ever seen of North Hollywood is the creepy mannequins at the Toyota dealership along the freeway, then you're really missing out on some of the most celebrated historic restaurants in L.A.
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