Where's Huell? (April 25-29) | KCET
Where's Huell? (April 25-29)
This week: Olives, Turtles, Frick and more!
Monday - April 25th, 7:30pm: Chatsworth - Who knew Chatsworth had such history? Huell reveals this neighborhood's connection with Hollywood, its olive farmers and the northwest San Fernando Valley's oldest church.
Tuesday - April 26th, 7:30pm: Turtle Lady - A Santa Barbara residence turned turtle sanctuary. Over 300 hard shelled reptiles and counting.
Wednesday - April 27th, 7:30pm: Frick - Huell takes us to the desert to learn about some of the most eccentric tricks performed on ice from Frick (you know, of Frick and Frack fame).
Thursday - April 28th, 7:30pm: Baseball Sod - Sod: grass and soil held together by the roots. Baseball: "The glue that held a nation together." Join Huell as he meets the good folks at West Coast Turf and learns all about the grass they install at venues all over California.
Friday - April 29th, 7:30pm: Folk Music Center - Folk music in the south -- Southern California that is. Join Huell at one of the country's premier folk music destinations and get a personal tour by the family that still owns the center.
Ava Duvernay, Grace Lee and Marjan Safinia Amplify Stories of Defiant Women of Color Transforming Politics
Directed by Grace Lee and Marjan Safinia, “And She Could Be Next” tracks the campaigns of Tlaib and five other women of color who sought office as well as the efforts of all the seasoned organizers and ordinary folks who made those campaigns possible.
'You Started The Corona!' Asian American Californians Have Reported Over 800 Hate Incidents During Pandemic
Another museum has closed due to COVID-19, but this time, it’s continuing online.
For nearly 30 years, Tom Dwyer worked with North East Trees, the non-profit organization responsible for planting some of the first trees and building some of the first parks along the Los Angeles River.
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