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Lost LA Press Materials
KCET’s Emmy® -winning historical documentary series LOST LA is a co-production with the University of Southern California Libraries. Public historian and writer Nathan Masters of the USC Libraries returns as Host with untold histories behind Griffith Park, Manzanar, Los Angeles’ prohibition tunnels, architect Paul Revere Williams, the Shindana Toy Company and the Mount Wilson Observatory. Now in its fourth season, LOST LA explores our region’s hidden past through documents, photos and other rare artifacts from California libraries and archives.
Spurred by the cancellation of the Hollywood Bowl's summer concert season, the LA Phil, KCET and PBS SoCal have partnered to offer Los Angeles a different communal experience of music through a new television series “In Concert at the Hollywood Bowl.”
USC faculty pushes for independent investigation into allegations of shadow and dirt files on colleagues
USC faculty members are pushing their leadership to demand an independent investigation into allegations that university administrators maintained “shadow files” on employees.
Saying he has zero tolerance toward alleged deputy cliques, most notably in the East Los Angeles station, Sheriff Alex Villanueva today announced a crackdown potentially involving the suspension or firing of more than two dozen deputies.
Handing over state forests to Indigenous and local communities is a complex process — and coronavirus has slowed down field work.
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