A River's Last Chance | KCET
A River's Last Chance
One of the most diverse rivers in the United States, the Eel, ran dry in 2014-for the first time in history. Once victimized by logging, damming, and drought, the Eel faced new challenges from some of California's favorite commodities: wine and weed. This documentary makes a renewed case for regulation and collaboration in protecting this vital resource.
Griffith Park is one of the largest municipal parks in the United States. Its founder, Griffith J. Griffith, donated the land to the city as a public recreation ground for all the people — an ideal that has been challenged over the years.KCET Original
In this episode, Lost L.A. explores the complicated relationship between the city and its natural environment.KCET Original
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Parents are willing to spend thousands to get the competitive edge in the college admissions process, but at what cost? Socal Connected takes a revealing look at the high stakes world of the for-profit education consultant business.KCET Original
Four people who have intellectual disabilities live in a commune next to a beautiful forest near Paris. They were labeled 'idiots,' locked away and forgotten in violent asylums until the 1960s, when the young philosopher Jean Vanier secured their release.KCET Original
Huell visits this unique house which was built on a 20 by 20 square foot lot in the heart of Old Town Santa Barbara.
The gaiety of St. Kilda's famous Esplanade is marred by the violence of gang warfare and the police who struggle to control it.
Huell visits the Watts Towers Arts Center to explore the history of this iconic work by artist Simon Rodia.