Don Suggs wants viewers to stop thinking about the landscape as their personal property. The artist has spent much of his career exploring his complicated relationship with the picturesque.
Dwayne ends up embroiled in a murder investigation when a piece of incriminating evidence is found at the scene of the crime.
"American Dreamers" follows the journey of a group of five undocumented youth and an ally who risk their freedom by publicly coming out as undocumented and walking 3,000 miles across America's heartland to organize for immigrant rights.
Her passion for manipulating light began at an early age. Lisa Schulte is the go-to artist and designer for all things neon.
A study shows that given proper guidance, a group of avid amateurs can actually collect better data than trained scientists.
Native people found treatments for many common ailments in the plants with which they shared the landscape.
Snow once fell on the Los Angeles coastal plain roughly once per decade, but the city is now in the middle of a 54-year snow drought.
It's been an eventful few days at the Standing Rock Reservation. Here's what it's looked like.
This recipe took a relatively humble sirloin roast and transformed it into an elegant holiday meal with a few simple refinements.
This savory recipe for roasted butternut squash is simple and presentation-worthy.
A very filling, meat-free lasagna fit for a crowd of varied appetites.
In 2017, Mayor Garcetti and the L.A. Department of Cultural Affairs will be announcing our city’s next official Poet Laureate. Dating back over a century, there is an illustrious poetic tradition in L.A., which the Poet Laureate is expected to propagate.
An Olympic gold medalist diver, Lee (1920-2016) fought housing segregation in California and communism abroad.
In 1965, a proposed convention threatened to change the character of L.A.'s Elysian Park – until a group of activists, led by retired journalist Grace Simons, rallied to defeat the plan.
A Quick Explanation of DACA - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
Why are only a small fraction of America’s 18,000 police agencies seriously committed to police reform?
The over five-year captivity of IDF Corporal Gilad Shalit as a prisoner of war enthralled Israel, but the prisoner exchange that secured his release proved to be a controversial deal.
Many local artists and tenants’ rights activists say the fire is a symptom of a failed urban housing policy where rising rents have forced people to live and make art in sometimes hazardous spaces.
This dramatic series tells the story of three Israeli soldiers who were held captive for 17 years following their kidnapping while on a secret mission with their unit in Lebanon.
Tending the Wild shines light on the environmental knowledge of indigenous peoples across California by exploring how they have actively shaped and tended the land for millennia.
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.
A Republican member of the Electoral College has come out saying he will not vote for President-elect Donald Trump when the Electoral College convenes December 19.
World-renowned linguistic Noam Chomsky spoke about the two most dangerous threats the human species faces today: the possibility of nuclear war and the accelerating destruction of human-fueled climate change.
Homeless people living in cars and vans need safe overnight parking. Does Santa Barbara have the solution?
This documentary chronicles the highlights of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games held in Los Angeles.