Mosaic | KCET
"Mosaic" gathers news and current affairs from around the world, as experienced—and at times reported by—people on the ground. Unlike a conventional newscast, "Mosaic” is responsive to online sources and independent voices, utilizing a bottom-up, web-first news gathering framework, to create a new kind of global news for all media platforms.
"The China Dream" explores the concept promoted by President Xi Jinping's government for "national rejuvenation” — to ask what the “China Dream” really means, how it plays out in real life at all levels of society, and particularly for China’s youth.
Also check out the Mosaic "Election Specials.” In 2016 we gathered news reports from around the world to learn how other countries view the U.S. presidential campaign and how election results could impact their national interests. We sent our team to cover the national political conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia, and produced an in-depth report on the eve of the November elections.
- Diverse stories about Cuba and Fidel Castro
- China’s role in managing the world’s trash
- A look back at the Mosaic archives of World News from the Middle East
Listen to the magic of mariachi music and follow its origins from Jalisco, Mexico to its present-day sounds on the streets of L.A.
Frank Lloyd Wright accelerated the search for L.A.'s authentic architecture. This episode explores the provocative theory that his early homes in L.A. were also a means of artistic catharsis for Wright.KCET Original
The vast, strange, sometimes contradictory world of the urban desert and its people are explored in 11 public art exhibits and their respective locations scattered throughout Coachella Valley.KCET Original
A documentary exploring the past, present, and visions for the future of Taylor YardKCET Original
His investigations is at a dead end, Julio asks Alicia to leave everything and run away with him.KCET Original
His investigations is at a dead end, Julio asks Alicia to leave everything and run away with him.
Huell also marvels at the world's largest blossoming plant, the Sierra Madre Wistaria Vine.
This home is now designated as a historic property and open the public.
Imagine sitting by the lake on a hot day and watching as a car drives into the water and motors away. Well that's just what piqued Huell's interest.