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  • Experience the art, culture, and history of L.A. when it's not 72 degrees and sunny out.  ... sunny out. And you can spend more than just an hour or two at each of them. [scald=81448:kl_image_original_context ... often hosts musical performances, lectures and slide shows , and even movies in the afternoon and evening. Afterwards you can have ...
  • ... flickering yellow shapes blanketing the exterior walls of a small room. Then you hear grunting and jumbled, muffled thumps and ... of the gallery, you come face to face with a huge brown bear . The video projection is doubled, and the bear seems to tower over ...
  • ... instead causes the bear to flee through the alleys of Vienna. Eventually, Amadeus' violin playing prevents even worse mishaps. ... in A Major" K. 219; et al. Additional Content: Monti shows examples of different styles of music, also available on the ...
  • ... sprinklers, Watts Towers, and, in an all-new episode of "California's Gold, a certain iconic TV show . ... a week without the continued adventures of KCET's Golden State-trotting hero, Huell Howser? It's like ... behind William Ide, California's president during the Bear Flag Revolt of 1846 and a man who eventually declared himself the ...
  • There is a peculiar residence hall at Occidental College that was built for the purpose of housing the Russian team during the 1984 Olympic games. Or was it? ... ways. Floor levels don't match up on different wings of the building. The tiny rooms have brick walls painted white, with a ...
  • ... as he explores the country's wildest areas in search of that one great photograph. The award winning series shows you where, when and how to photograph wildlife in it's natural ...
  • ... the games means to that nation. Nguyen is the author of the guidebook and related website, Total Sao Paulo: A Guide to the ... students, a smart woman who handles international clients at a major public relations firm, gave me the following prudent insight: ...
  • As a person who is very proud of her Chinese heritage, I am distressed at how the same people who invented the compass could loose their bearings ... wood block printing, gunpowder, the compass, and, one of my favorites, the noodle. I could go on all day about how amazing we ...
  • SHOW OF FORCE: The ZPers hold a race to see who can use clever variations of force to win. Hoping to buck astronomical villainous odds, Dark Truder ... -- setting a new record low for villains everywhere. ADVENTURES IN PET SITTING: While pet-sitting the Zlorgs' pet blob, Gloopy, ...
  • ... Californians tune into the infamously delayed coverage of London's 2012 Olympic games, L.A. as Subject member archives provide a look back at Los Angeles' two turns in the Olympic spotlight. ...

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