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  • ... or on a billboard? Maybe a porch story that we hear and can 't get out of our minds. Maybe it's a familiar place you walk every day, ... doomed soul, says one day, "It's a thin line between heaven and here." And that's where we live, I believe, in that thin line of ...
  • ... alike. Keep up to speed with this treacherous Romans with KCET's recap series and character guide.Where we left off: Tiberius is still ... was no accident.Recap: Weirdness abounds in "Queen of Heaven ," and most of it deals with debauchery and incest. During his reign, ...
  • ... from back-stabbing Romans -- in the recaps for "Queen of Heaven " and the following episode, "Reign of Terror." And don't forget that ...
  • ... [scald=61246:kl_image_original_context] A segment for KCET's award-winning TV show "SoCal Connected" was produced in tandem ... A recent satellite image from Google Maps, for instance, shows a fair amount of water in Red Hill Bay near Calipatria. In early ...
  • It can be historic, as it remains the nation's first-ever master-planned ... Bob Soman | Photograph by Douglas McCulloh Sierra Dawn can be a tale of Sta-Rock lawns - gravel made into a permanent kind of green ... are natives of Riverside, and their stories appear on KCET every other Wednesday, all which can be read here.  She is ...
  • ... school insisted that I get baptized so that I could be in heaven with her. [scald=30918:kl_image_original_context]Dust thou art, and ... my father, "Who believes in God?" He answered, "people who can 't dream." I came into the Catholic ... Asian American. Join her on her journey every Thursday on KCET's SoCal blog ...
  • ... was literally like walking into heaven ." That's how actor Wade McCollum describes his first visit to the ... {"additionalClasses":""}]This sketch shows the exterior of the Marian Theatre in Santa Maria, PCPA Theaterfest's ... lines, Booher said of the 2010 production. "When theater can be the avenue to get us into those conversations, I think it's ...
  • Artbound presents a KCET flashback episode: "Bukowski Reads Bukowski." ... where beauty lies in imperfection and deferred dreams can yield unexpected opportunities. In the generations that bookended his ...
  • ... backcountry it traverses.</p> Today, a motorist can traverse 66 miles of some of the most difficult terrain in the U.S. in ... been very infrequent.” Today, hikers and picnickers can drive in to enjoy the warble of a songbird or the rustling of wind ...
  • ... you finish answering the question in this post's title? KCET and PBS want your response for an online video project called My Source, ... Bureau of Mass Communications, creators of one my favorite shows growing up Vegetable Soup: ...

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