After sitting in juvenile prison for two years, waiting for Uganda’s painfully slow criminal justice system to try him for murders he did not commit, Henry inspired criminal justice reform in Uganda.
Follow Spanish garage rockers the Parrots as they cruise through Morocco, documented by a travelogue with the charm of a home movie.
When Pepperdine law professor Jim Gash boarded a plane to Uganda, he never expected to become friends with a young prisoner who helped form an international collaboration for freedom.
Amid the tumultuous years of the culture wars in the 80s and 90s, L.A. showed its support for its creative residents, by setting up a fellowship designed to boost the city's cultural capital. Its legacy continues today.
Arrowhead once touted the healing properties of its bottled spring water, sourced in the San Bernardino Mountains.
It would be a disservice to the people of California to allow the bill through during the final moments of the legislative session.
Will State Senate leadership let Trump and Cadiz run roughshod over our parks, or will they preserve California?
Massive quake is the strongest to hit Mexico in more than a century.
There’s a lot more to do on Route 66 in southern California than you might expect.
Meiji Tofu owner Koki Sato, 35, is the only Japanese tofu maker in the L.A. area. At his shop, he serves up tofu impossibly delicate it can be enjoyed just by itself.
Mexican food has been getting a lot of attention in the United States, which has Mexican chefs trying their luck at opening restaurants across the border. But they soon find out it's not as easy to find success north of the border.
For more than 60 years, La Cita bar has wrapped its arms around a diverse set of the city’s residents — from recent Central American immigrants to second generation Chicanx feminists — making people feel at home amid its red tiles and sparkling lights.
For 36 years, just one structure loomed especially large over Los Angeles' undisturbed horizontality: City Hall.
Since 1929, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles has provided countless poor and low-income people with legal help or a crisis that threatens their shelter, security or basic needs.
As a Boyle Heights native, Alvaro Huerta recollects the legacy of community organizing within the Chicana/o-Latina/o communities and gives advice on how to sustain that activism.
President Trump’s latest attempt to bar some citizens of eight Muslim majority countries from entering the U.S. suffers a second defeat, as another federal judge rules that the latest policy is unconstitutional.
As raging wildfires in California scorch an area that is roughly the size of New York City, more than 11,000 firefighters are battling the blazes, and a number of them are women inmates.
Dario Pini calls himself a savior of Santa Barbara’s working class, housing thousands of mainly low-income Latino families in his hundreds of apartment buildings.
Get an exclusive look at one of country's most beautiful and least visited national parks and see why it's often called the Galapagos of North America. It's home to one of the biggest comebacks in wildlife history. Travel with Val Zavala to the Channel Is
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For over 80 years, Town Hall Los Angeles has been the preeminent gathering place of people, influencers, and ideas in Los Angeles.
Lost LA brings SoCal history to life by marrying archival materials with innovative forms of documentary storytelling.
Huell visits two replicas of the Golden Gate Bridge: the walkway to the Point Bonita Lighthouse, and the Guy West Footbridge at Cal State University Sacramento.
"Remand" tells the firsthand story of how two men met and worked together to inspire justice reform for an entire country.
Huell visits two trees in Monterey with interesting histories.
Oscar-nominated, KCET Lumiere Award-winning actor Gary Oldman is scheduled to attend the Q&A after the film.
From the Archives opens the doors to cultural institutions around Southern California revealing the art and objects that are often unseen by the public.
Librarian Ruth Wallach examines architect Chris Choate's watercolor renderings of his collaborator Cliff May's ranch homes.