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  • ... family's Los Angeles arrival story?"Today, we hear from Max Presneill. He's an artist, curatorial director of ARTRALA, and curator ... the young curator and asked what had happened. "She told me she preferred the work this way. As insulting as that was I replied that I ...
  • Like his Greek forebears, Max DeMoss Jr., now himself 65 years old, is an artist who specializes in ... {"additionalClasses":""}]Cox Angel | Photo: Max DeMoss. It all started when a Greek immigrant fell for a Louisiana gal. ... "It's like timelessness," he says. "Time disappears for me and I get this sense of flying, of weightlessness, a kind of out-of-body ...
  • The City of Los Angeles has been battling over billboards for years. Now the debate over advertising is spilling over into park space. Correspondent Brian Rooney investigates whether or not the city is selling public park space to advertisers. Also, get a profile of North Hollywood's "Music Man," Paul Kulak, whose club and Internet broadcast showcase aspiring musicians.



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  • "Shelter Me " is an inspiring series that celebrates the human-animal bond by telling positive stories. Each story shows how people's lives are improved when shelter pets are given a second ...
  • ... need of major repair? In our continuing series " Show Me the Money," correspondent Vince Gonzales examines the issue of broken ... need of major repair? In our continuing series " Show Me the Money," correspondent Vince Gonzales examines the issue of broken ...
  • Since 2002 the number of states offering film production incentives has exploded. Just look at the map.
  • <p>Two months ago we investigated whether the city was selling public park space to advertisers. In this update, correspondent Brian Rooney shares his latest encounter with the head of Parks &amp; Recreation.</p>
  • ... and producer of the new film <em>Adam</em>. Max Mayer, The writer and director of the new film &lt;em&gt;Adam&lt;/em as ...
  • A solution needs to come, and it needs to come quickly. Yields are maxing out, but the world's population is not slowing down. And when the food goes, so does the rest of society.
  • "Genius" tells the true story of New York book editor Max Perkins. The film opened the Summer KCET Cinema Series on June 7. ... I've tried. It doesn't work.  This is more exciting to me than Batman vs. Superman. I'm showing my prejudice here. I like a good ...

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