Where's Huell? (Nov. 28 - Dec 2)

This week, Huell visits a one-of-a-kind house in Santa Barbara, learns how to make soap in Pasadena and gets an earful of Tuba Christmas. Scroll down to see where else he's headed this week:

Monday - Nov. 28, 7:30pm: Ablitt House - Huell visits this unique house which was built on a 20-by-20 square-foot lot in the heart of Old Town Santa Barbara.
Check out a sneak peek of this episode:

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Tuesday - Nov. 29, 7:30pm: Soap - Huell travels to the Soap Kitchen in Pasadena to learn all about soap making. From the early history of mixing animal tallow with wood ashes, to the mass market bars of Ivory, this adventure will leave you clean all over.
Check out a sneak peek of this episode:

Wednesday - Nov. 30, 7:30pm: Holiday Classic--Tuba Christmas - Huell attends an annual holiday concert of traditional songs performed by hundreds of tubas.
Check out this video of Tuba Christmas from the University of Michigan Band.:

Thursday - Dec. 1, 7:30pm: Lindbergh Beacon - Huell traces the history of the 1928 Lindbergh Beacon, which was discovered at a city warehouse in the 1990s, restored to its original glory, and now shines over downtown Los Angeles from the top of City Hall. We also revisit Huell's original segment on the Beacon, when Project Restore rededicated the Beacon in the LAX terminal after its 50-year absence.
Check out the view from the top of City Hall, where the Beacon resides, courtesy of KPCC's John Rabe:

Friday - Dec. 2, 7:30pm: Calligraphy - A visit to the annual Society for Calligraphy, Southern California Conference: "Letters California Style". The Society for Calligraphy, Southern California, is a non-profit educational organization which promotes the study, teaching and practice of calligraphy and related disciplines. It also encourages the exchange of ideas through speakers, program meetings, workshops, its journal and bulletin, the annual retreat and regional groups.
Check out this informative video on calligraphy:

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