KCET is giving away 4 tickets to see David Crosby in concert at The Wiltern on April 19th.
Kery James Marshall’s first major retrospective in the United States, contains nearly 80 paintings, all of which contain images of Black subjects going about their daily business, presented with utter equality and humanity.
Huell gets a behind-the-scenes look at the Governor's Mansion in Sacramento from Kathleen Brown, who lived in the house as a teenager when her father Pat Brown was the governor of California.
The episode explores one of the last remnants of the Wild West -- the historic park Bodie.
Arden O'Connor grew up visiting coral reefs in the Caribbean. She had no idea that one animal there would save her life.
Environmental groups could be just as diverse as the society they work in. But the groups have to want it first.
KCET is giving away five pairs of tickets to see Native Voices at the Autry’s newest play, "Fairly Traceable." The tickets include admission to the Autry to see the exhibition, “California Continued.”
Has Cheerios' campaign dealt a devastating blow to native wildflowers and the pollinators that depend on them? In a word, no.
A Highland Park favorite for old school Mexican dishes and margaritas, El Arco Iris will soon close its doors after five decades of business. The impending closure of the beloved, family-run restaurant undoubtedly comes as a sad loss to its many regulars.
This quick version of a classic cheese strata is cooked on the stovetop until the eggs are set and then finished in a hot oven to melt and brown the cheese.
This popular Italian American dish of quivering eggs poached directly in a spicy red sauce is equally as good for a meatless supper as it is for breakfast.
These delicious tacos use homemade tortillas and a flavorful egg filling, with onion, jalapeño and bacon.
"The Master of Suspense" called L.A. home for 41 years. Why did his films never reveal his adopted city?
In 1894, an artificial sun dawned over the San Gabriel Mountains.
For 25-cents, one could see the reptiles up close and personal, even take a ride.
It's one of the few survivors of California's days as the terminal part of the Old West.
Task Force Makes News Arrests in Trafficking Crackdown
Ayala, the first African-American state attorney in Florida history, has been receiving death threats, including from local government employees.
The data firm claims it has psychological profiles of over 200 million American voters. The firm was hired by the Trump campaign to help it target its message to potential voters.
The Access to Counsel Act was introduced by California Sen. Kamala Harris and comes after President Donald Trump issued two executive orders halting or limiting immigration from some Muslim-majority countries.
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.
A village-wide squabble in Ancombe over the selling of water rights results in the death of Parish Council Chairman Robert Struthers.
Discover the many faces of the world's most exciting metropolis including the latest trends, events and hidden attractions. Today: Accessible Tokyo.
Vintage postcards and black and white photographs reveal a forgotten era when alligators once slid down chutes and young kids rode the backs of large reptiles.
The moment when a couple finds out that their relation reaches rock bottom.
This dilm follows the lives of Irishman Reb Kennedy and the artists on his LA indie label, Wild Records.
Visit Allensworth, now a state historic park, California's only community founded, financed and governed by African Americans during the early 1900s.
Vera investigates the death of a young man whose remains were found in remote caves.