The legendary crew Beat Junkies have made (sound) waves in the hip-hop scene. Now, they've opened a school to break it down for a new generation of DJs.
Jennifer Koh is not like every classical violinist, who plays only Bach, Tchaikovsky, Brahms and the like. Over the years, she has become an advocate for contemporary compositions, premiering more than 50 works written especially for her.
There aren’t too many lyric baritones who can not only sing in a number of Philip Glass operas and work with Björk, but also assume the guise of Desi Arnaz. It seems Gregory Purnhagen can do it all.
Muybridge's venture, which would make contributions to art and science, began in 1872 at Leland Stanford's horse farm.
Self-driving electric vehicles for hire will dominate transportation very soon, says a new report. And that will change your life for the better.
Three-quarters of California's salmon and trout species are in danger of extinction. What can we learn from the ones that aren't?
Here's all you need to know about this year's L.A. River Recreation Zone.
It's an irreplaceable 320,000 acres timber companies would love to get their hands on.
The classic New York Cheesecake owes its distinctive browned top and velvety texture to a risky baking technique.
Feeding the 5000 is a traveling global event featuring meals made entirely from food waste. The Los Angeles event, which was held in early May in Pershing Square, rescued 12,800 pounds of produce and served 5,440 meals to the public.
Here are five great places to explore on foot in the San Gabriel Valley that aren’t too far afield, yet have plenty of fodder for your sense of adventure.
Removing the skin before grilling the chicken is considered sacrilege in some parts of the world, but there's a method to this madness.
Cecil B. DeMille had already pioneered one Los Angeles industry, and in 1920 he was on the cusp of launching another.
Whether they produce legendary burgers, crunchy tacos, or masterful flapjacks, these five restaurants all had one thing in common — a birthplace in Southern California.
Why would L.A. conceal its gleaming concrete dam in the Hollywood Hills beneath dirt and vegetation?
The phenomenon of the megachurch began in no less coastal and cosmopolitan a city than Los Angeles.
As Brazil is engulfed by a political crisis, we are joined in studio for an extended exclusive interview by Brazil’s former President Dilma Rousseff, who was impeached last year in what many describe as a legislative coup.
In the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte has suggested he might impose martial law across the country, after declaring it this week in his native island of Mindanao.
High-flying London PR executive Agatha Raisin fulfills a life-long dream of retiring to a small village in the Cotswolds.
Jane Kennedy is a high-flying solicitor. After another failed relationship, she returns to take up the post of Coroner in the small South Devon seaside town of Lighthaven she left as a teenager.
When senior crown prosecutor Janet King returns from maternity leave, she is thrust into the spotlight on a controversial case involving a senior-ranking police officer.
This dramatic series tells the story of three Israeli soldiers who were held captive for 17 years following their kidnapping while on a secret mission with their unit in Lebanon.
A glimpse into the lives of immigrants living in refugee camps reveals their hunger for human rights and an opportunity to start over.
Two groups strive to reinvigorate public spaces amid blocky apartment structures and rigid urban development.
The Trump administration unveiled its $4.1 trillion budget Tuesday. The plan includes massive cuts to social programs, while calling for historic increases in military spending.
Jane is reconnected with an old school friend when she tries to find out who left a teenage girl to die after a car crash.
Lighthaven's Pirate Festival provides the perfect cover for a robbery, leaving Davey giving chase while Jane tries to discover why a faceless man has washed up on the beach.
To explain the sudden death of a reclusive woman at a remote address near Lighthaven, Jane must first solve the mysterious disappearance of a notorious, aristocratic playboy from decades before.
In this episode of Visiting... With Huell Howser that aired on February 11, 2008, Huell learns about the Ivanhoe and Silver Lake Reservoirs and gets an answer to the eternal question - what's up with all those rubber balls?
Manzanar War Relocation Center was one of ten camps at which Japanese American citizens and resident Japanese aliens were interned during World War II.
Huell visits Temescal Gateway Park in Pacific Palisades which was a major center of the Chautauqua Movement in the 1920s and '30s.
Huell travels to Pismo State Beach to visit the largest overwintering site for Monarch butterflies in the U.S.
Huell joins the centennial celebration of Colonel Charles Young's tenure as superintendent at Sequoia National Park. Young led the historic "Buffalo Soldiers."
Huell meets the photographers behind some of the most memorable images of the 20th century.
Huell visits the oldest restaurant in Hollywood and talks with longtime employees and patrons about what makes this landmark such a special place.
Watch the full one hour episode of Huell Howser's visit to Philippe's.
Watch the full episode of Huell Howser's visit to The Donut Man in Glendora.
Luis Fuerte, Huell Howser’s longtime cameraman, reminisces about working closely with Huell over an extensive career.
One of the originals, offering not only Spanish architecture, but amazing views.
A rich newcomer to the village, Amanda Ballard, has found little favor among the Carsely locals.
Huell learns about the remarkable history of Hearst Castle's outdoor "Neptune pool" and is given a rare invite to take a dip.
Buried treasure and pirate legends bubble to the surface in the seaside holiday town of Queenscliff.