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  • ... civic values, and public space. The series consists of 30-minute episodes exploring various aspects of pedestrian life in cities including: Los Angeles, Portland, Boston, Atlanta, ...
  • Think LA's Citywalk is an amusement park or an "idealized reality" of city living? Oliver Wang investigates the forced perspective of ... attendant unruliness that can sometimes mark actual urban life (least of all barely a year after the L.A. Riots). Under all its ...
  • City Walk travels to the unknown buildings of New York . Walking turns out to be the best way to explore New ...
  • Musician Sami Yaffa has seen all facets of life as a performing artist—he has toured the world in successful rock ... he visits his hometown, the capital of the world— New York City ! ...
  • ... as a center for dance music had passed. As the birthplace of disco and hip-hop and the home of legendary nightclubs like the ... We burrowed deep for our latest "Real Scenes" film, discovering how some of the key players in this vast scene are hustling ...
  • ... movement and exercise in the last century, the rise of health conditions such as obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure and ... series features a vibrant online destination at kcet.org/ citywalk where visitors can stream full episodes, find show segments, web ...
  • The series premiere of " City Walk " shines a spotlight on the most exotic and exciting walks in America, and travels to cities across the country that are ... communities. With stops in Pasadena, Washington D.C., and New York City , the episode offers a look at the changing landscape ...
  • ... change, some stay the same and the ever-changing landscape of the city presses forward. [scald=73735:kl_image_original_context ... couldn't help myself. Perhaps the best $4 I've spent in my life , it was really delicious. We hopped in a cab to the Whitney Museum. The ...
  • Everyone who reads is a citizen of New York , just as everyone who goes to the movies lives part time in L.A. ...
  • ... Snow travels back to a seething Manhattan in the throes of the Industrial Revolution. Millions fled persecution, poverty and famine ... they found was even worse than what they'd left behind. New York was a city consumed by filth and corruption, its massive ...

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