LA Foodways | KCET
"LA Foodways" looks at the storied agricultural history of Los Angeles to understand present food waste challenges and opportunities to bring fresh foods to urban communities. From the importance of orange crops in the 19th century to the massive scale of food waste in the U.S., the series is a deep dive into the different manners in which local organizations are coming together to ensure the future of agriculture in the region in order to identify environmentally friendly solutions for the future.
Aviation takes flight in early Los Angeles, becoming an industry of dreamers, risk takers and entrepreneurs. The region is America’s “arsenal of democracy” during World War II, as two million workers build 300,000 aircrafts.KCET Original
Owner and Creative Director Catherine Bailey and Master Glazer Winnie Crittendon explain how every ceramic piece that comes off the Heath line is unique. Sometimes, it’s all in the glaze.KCET Original
After major earthquakes on July 4 and 5 near Ridgecrest, residents of small towns like Trona are left to face structural damages and limited access to water and other resources.KCET Original
Nic Cha Kim visits the Hollyhock House, one of L.A.'s most iconic homes designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the early 1920s. After a recent $4.4 million dollar renovation project, many of the original features have been restored and are now vie...KCET Original
When the transcontinental railroad reached Southern California in 1876, it fueled a powerful promotional machine that promised more about Southern California – and its “semi-tropical” climate – than reality could support.KCET Original