Food to Fuel, U.S. Bank Tower, Educated and Homeless, Handful of Cards | KCET
Food to Fuel, U.S. Bank Tower, Educated and Homeless, Handful of Cards
Season 7, Episode 17
Food scraps are turned into fuel at a state-of-the-art Orange County recycling center.
A close-up view of the colorful light show from the top of downtown's U.S. Bank Tower.
A graduate student at UCLA has a secret. He lives in his car.
The amazing dexterity of those who have mastered the art of "cardistry."
Exploring environmental justice with a dive into lead-contaminated communities; the effects of the Chiquita Canyon Landfill; and an interview with an African-American environmental leader.
L.A. County voters approved a sales tax hike to fund services for the homeless. Can homelessness be solved? How will the money be spent? What are the real solutions to this crisis?
More than a million drones have taken flight in the air above us. But they're proving to be dangerous. Authorities say it times to start regulating them. In a simple brick building in Lincoln Heights 54 kitchens and 54 chefs are making unique foods. They couldn't afford their own commercial kitchen, so they've come to LA Prep to scale up their business for a fraction of the cost and half the time. In a digital world full of endless entertainment options, find out why people have rediscovered their love of the old-fashioned board game.