The latest film from award-winning documentary filmmakers Joshua Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell, “Good Fortune” tells the fascinating rag-to-riches story of John Paul DeJoria.
Latino artists are turning to painting, photography and performance art as a way to protest President Donald Trump and his policies.
Dance is just one element of her new multi-dimensional work, “E/SPACE,” which debuts for a one-night performance.
Join Huell Howser as he retraces the journeys of two items from their beginnings in San Francisco.
Businesses outside the road closure area are still open, and visitors are welcomed. Just remember that not everyone there is on vacation.
With millions of visitors a year even the smallest thoughtless acts have a way of multiplying. If you don't want to make things worse, follow these guidelines.
If you're in the wine trade, Napa County officials are willing to overlook a multitude of Zins.
Australian researchers create a paint that uses solar energy to make clean hydrogen fuel. We don't need hype to see how important that might be.
Chicano Eats presents photos and recipes that quietly tap into mainstream beliefs about Mexican food being cheap, exotic or lacking depth — and underscore that the complex cuisine has more personality than most people realize.
Here are five great places to stand in the shadows of groves gone by and get a slice of some juicy citrus history.
Many people don’t realize that some of the best lavender in the world is grown in Southern California. From May to July, you can experience the stunning and restorative beauty of this ancient herb first-hand at farms and festivals throughout the region.
To get grilled eggplant that isn’t leathery or spongy, the size of the slice is crucial. This recipe has discovered just the right thickness to produce a charred exterior and tender flesh.
Before Los Angeles’ municipal government moved into the imposing, neoclassical skyscraper we now know as City Hall in 1928, it was content with a more modest, three-story structure.
The racing legend became one of L.A.'s most successful car dealers.
The Biltmore was meant to confer "real-city" status on Los Angeles when it opened in 1923.
Since 1953 more than 300 magazines and newspapers serving the LGBTQ communities have been published in Los Angeles.
Dozens of people, including children, have been "arbitrarily detained, forcibly disappeared, tortured, and abused" in a secret network of prisons in southern Yemen run by the United Arab Emirates and Yemeni forces.
The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved nearly $383,000 in emergency relocation assistance for residents ordered to vacate two warehouses that the fire department has determined must be closed.
Middle school students from a range of racial and ethnic backgrounds feel safer, less lonely and less bullied if they attend schools that are more diverse, UCLA researchers reported Tuesday.
The Nation’s Katrina vanden Heuvel discusses the media's coverage while Senate Republicans draft their repeal of Obamacare behind closed doors.
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.
Republican Karen Handel has defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff in a special election in Georgia. Stakeholders in Atlanta respond and look at the role of gerrymandering in shaping the outcome of the race.
In this episode, "Respectfully, Tony" from the U.S. (Documentary), "Waiting in the Wings" from the U.S. (Comedy), "What if" from France (War), "Dad" from the U.S. (Drama), and "Kaska" from Germany (Animation/Expermental).
Stay in the groove and keep up to date with the latest Japanese music of all genres ranging from pop and rock to jazz and classical. Today: J-Music Now.
Following an armed robbery, Gently seeks to find the armed gang and bring them to justice before more innocent people are shot.
"Earth Focus" looks at endocrine disruptors, ubiquitous chemicals that affect development, metabolism, fertility, and intelligence.
Artbound's short documentary, "Fotoperiodista: Documenting Tijuana's Refugee Crisis," follows photojournalist Omar Martinez as he captures the Haitian refugee crisis in Tijuana, Mexico.
As she uncovers a past crime, Phryne reveals the lengths some men will go to for the sake of a game.