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Lost LA brings SoCal history to life by marrying archival materials with innovative forms of documentary storytelling.
As raging wildfires in California scorch an area that is roughly the size of New York City, more than 11,000 firefighters are battling the blazes, and a number of them are women inmates.
Huell visits two trees in Monterey with interesting histories.
Huell visits the Upside Down House and the Livermore Fire Department's 113-plus-year-old light bulb.
Dario Pini calls himself a savior of Santa Barbara’s working class, housing thousands of mainly low-income Latino families in his hundreds of apartment buildings.
A look at how recent events have reignited a conversation about sexual assault with women using the #MeToo hashtag, and an interview with activist Tarana Burke, who started the campaign about a decade ago.
Follow Spanish garage rockers the Parrots as they cruise through Morocco, documented by a travelogue with the charm of a home movie.
When Pepperdine law professor Jim Gash boarded a plane to Uganda, he never expected to become friends with a young prisoner who helped form an international collaboration for freedom.
Oscar-nominated, KCET Lumiere Award-winning actor Gary Oldman is scheduled to attend the Q&A after the film.
Outdoor news and opportunities in and around Southern California, including hiking in L.A., camping, and more.
Seeing Trails Hiking Gang started as way to help artists discover the wilderness around them, led by passionate, nature-centric organizers.
From desert camping in the arid inlands to the many crisp coastal counties along the Pacific, there is something for every taste.
The California Wildlife Center is a tour de force in the greater L.A. area, as urbanization continues to encroach into the surrounding wilderness areas.
Here are the five best ways to concurrently experience both the past and the present of the former “Heart of Screenland” — from its Main Street beginnings to the rolling hills where some choose to spend all of eternity.
Outdoor enthusiast and musician Butchy Fuego reflects on his approach to wilderness and the experience of making the series, "Backbone Trail."
Using this as your guide, you can explore the legacy of the California tile industry that was hewn from the very geology hiding underfoot to the craftsmen who are carrying on the tradition in more modern ways.
Join musician and outdoorsman Butchy Fuego over the course of a four-day trek through the newly opened Backbone Trail across the Santa Monica Mountains.