The California Institute of Earth Architecture hopes their Superadobe construction technique may be applied to more traditional contemporary homes found throughout SoCal suburbs. Read more here: http://bit.ly/XeVQR4 Subscribe to Artbound's newsletter: http://bit.ly/15ZeWVb Watch all Artbound videos here: http://bit.ly/15Zf5bd Artbound articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/QQxJUf Like Artbound on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/V6BrM0 Follow Artbound on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1aWPWQA
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This is the story of Chavez Ravine, the small town that was eaten up by the big city. http://www.kcet.org/updaily/socal_focus/history/la-as-subject/history-of-chavez-ravine.html Now fifty years old, Dodger Stadium has become a Los Angeles landmark, steeped in baseball nostalgia and traffic angst. But the Dodgers' recent change of ownership has brought new attention to the real estate possibilities associated with the team's hilltop perch, reminding us that before the land served as home to athletes in white-and-blue jerseys, it was the site of a thriving Mexican American community named Chavez Ravine.
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The music of Chelsea Wolfe is a dark cloud and a silver lining; it churns with thunderous storms of distortion that dissolve into beautiful, introspective interludes warmed by the light of her ethereal vocals. The Los Angeles-based musician recently brought her atmospheric brand of rock to the KCET studios for a special session exclusively for Artbound and a dedicated group of Wolfe's followers. Read more here: http://bit.ly/1m3UxR3 Subscribe to Artbound's newsletter: http://bit.ly/15ZeWVb Watch all Artbound videos here: http://bit.ly/15Zf5bd Artbound articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/QQxJUf Like Artbound on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/V6BrM0 Follow Artbound on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1aWPWQA
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http://www.kcet.org/shows/live_at_the_ford/ The Angel City Jazz Festival continues to bring the very best of creative and cutting-edge jazz to Los Angeles. This year's Global Jam is a celebration of jazz's wide cultural diversity with the Tigran Quintet, featuring Armenian virtuoso pianist and Thelonious Monk competition winner - Tigran Hamasyan.
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This exclusive web extra features Nati Cano's Mariachi Los Camperos playing the original composition called "El Tren" and the classic "Paloma Negra." While the group has been known for its traditional phrasings and instrumentation, the first piece shows the group willing to experiment with the mariachi form.
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http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/counties/los-angeles/hear-and-now-cut-chemist.html Welcome to Artbound's new music series Hear and Now, where we explore songs with a sense of place. The idea is simple: put Southern California musicians in the locations that inspired a song, and document a performance of the song in that place. Six songs. Five locations. One day. For this installment of Hear and Now, we commissioned DJ Cut Chemist to make a mix for our city; a collection of songs that represented a few of the many neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Then during one crazy day, we drove across town, setting up guerrilla performances in each of these locations. Cut Chemist Interview: http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/counties/los-angeles/hear-and-now-cut-chemist.html
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http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/counties/orange/pageant-of-the-masters.html In south Orange County, there are few traditions as long running (and spectacularly surreal) as the Pageant of the Masters, a two-month-long display where actors pose as well-known works of art.
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Prop 5 aims to make it easier for more people to sell their home while maintaining lower property taxes. Prop 5 would allow disabled homeowners and those over 55 to transfer the property tax value of their old home to their new home -- no matter the value of the home, the location of the home, or the number of times they’ve moved. Want to learn more? Check out all our California proposition breakdowns at https://www.kcet.org/ballot-brief/proposition-breakdowns
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Everywhere you turn in California, there's something to eat -- if you know what to look for. Foragers Mia Wasilevich and Pascal Baudar of Transitional Gastronomy shop at the grocery store, but they also head out into the woods regularly, carrying backpacks and knives and compasses, finding edible plants scattered across public lands. They like it so much they've turned it into a business, with Pascal leading interested food nerds out into the woods to collect cattails, purslane, wild radishes and more, while Mia cooks up a feast using wild ingredients. http://www.kcet.org/socal/food/california-foraging/california-foraging-hahamongna.html Eli Newell went out on one such veggie hunt with Pascal, and learned about native versus invasive plants in Southern California's parks (which do you guess peaches are?), ate flowers, and asked Pascal just why, exactly, he makes a habit of rubbing poison oak on his face. Enjoy the video, and be cautiously hungry out there!
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http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/counties/riverside/steel-modern-a-history-of-steel-houses-in-palm-springs.html Steel construction is the once and future champion of residential construction in the desert. No American city is as closely identified with mid-century modern architecture as Palm Springs with its remarkable wealth of modernist structures; increasingly, even the town's lesser known architectural treasures are becoming nationally recognized. This is evidenced by the recent listing of Wexler & Harrison's Steel Development House No. 2, on the National Register of Historic Places. The application was prepared by the home's owner Brian McGuire. One letter of support for the nomination stated that "Collectively, the Steel Development Houses represent an important chapter in the history of American modernist architecture and the subject house possesses a high degree of integrity and, by extension, is a fine representative of this unique collection of modernist residences." Notably, this is the first midcentury structure in Palm Springs to receive National Register listing.
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Artbound presents a KCET flashback episode offering a rare, intimate look at iconoclastic writer and poet Charles Bukowski, whose gritty works have become an integral part of California's literary canon. Read more about Bukowski's poetry in the episode: http://bit.ly/1sOFZYb Subscribe to Artbound's newsletter: http://bit.ly/15ZeWVb Watch all Artbound videos here: http://bit.ly/15Zf5bd Artbound articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/QQxJUf Like Artbound on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/V6BrM0 Follow Artbound on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1aWPWQA
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http://www.kcet.org/shows/live_at_the_ford/alohafest/blog-1/the-kalama-brothers.html Ryan Keau and Kai Kalama are brothers who grew up in Southern California playing and singing a variety of music. Whether sitting in a small group of friends playing acoustic melodies, or getting together with other band members and playing nightclubs and event stages, they are always crowd-pleasers.After years of playing rock-n-roll, soul, R&B and more, they have taken on a new challenge. Influenced by the music of their late father, they dug deep into their roots to explore their Hawaiian heritage and began composing and playing a modern take on Hawaiian pop. Their energy and talent drew praise in Hawaii and they just released their first Hawaiian CD under the Maui Tribe Records label with the legendary "Uncle" Willie K. In this performance, Ryan and Kai sing a song called "Waika," which means "Those who go before." Usually, this refers to a battle where scouts are sent out for reconnaissance, but they think of it as something more personal. They see it as referring to those friends and family who pass on to the "other side," making a place for those who will follow after. This song was the last song their father heard them sing, and it holds a special place in their hearts.
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http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/counties/los-angeles/serj-tankian-where-im-from.html For Artbound's "Where I'm From" series, we aim to delve into the cultural landscape of Southern California through in-depth interviews with musicians, artists, and other culture creators, exploring the role that their environment plays, or played, in their creative development. Through these portraits, we hope to gain exclusive insights into the interaction between place and imagination. These videos will attempt to answer the questions: Why here? How did California become the creative capital of the world?
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http://www.kcet.org/socal/food/californias-small-farms/soledad-goats.html When Americans think of farms, they don't necessarily think of goats. More likely cows come to mind, or perhaps pigs or chickens. We're probably thinking meat. But some farms raise animals not for their meat, but for the milk they produce. Which is what Julian and Carol Pearce of Soledad Goats are doing up in Mojave: tending to a herd of happy, frolicking goats and making some of the tastiest cheese in the state. The Pearces are such animal lovers that their farm has become a bit of a rescue operation as well. Dogs, horses, the occasional hog, a donkey -- it's a revolving-door menagerie up there. But it's the goats the rule the roost (even when a foster rooster is on-site). They're ostensibly kept in pens, but the jumpers aren't forced to stay behind a gate if they don't want to. On our visit, we even saw a baby goat tap-dancing on the roof of a car. The Pearces themselves run their stall at the Hollywood Farmers' Market, and they always bring one of their more social goats with them. Meet a goat, buy some cheese. It's hard to get more farm to table than that. More from California's Small Farms: http://www.kcet.org/socal/food/californias-small-farms/
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The premiere episode, "Wild L.A.," unwraps the complicated relationship between the city and its natural environment. The program explores the origin of the Santa Ana winds, that infamous weather phenomenon that trigger allergies, fray nerves and alarm fire-prone communities. The series also examines the demise of the grizzly bear in Southern California, an animal once revered by indigenous peoples but later targeted by Europeans as a threat to safety and security. http://www.kcet.org/shows/lost_la/
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The L.A. Fire Department’s longstanding helipad requirement for all new towers didn’t just produce a monotonous flat-top skyline. It was also emblematic of a city that has always been deeply ambivalent about tall buildings and their place here. With the helipad requirement scrapped, and towers like the Wilshire Grand/Korean Air tower under construction, will that change? In the Third Los Angeles, are we ready to extend our reputation for cultural and architectural innovation skyward? Are there ways we can keep our shiniest towers from being mere containers for foreign wealth, rather than for people, as has been the case in cities like New York and London?
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Before south Orange County saw a housing boom, Laguna Beach was a small, isolated artist colony tucked between the ocean and coastal hills. It was a place so quiet that even restaurants would close after the weekend crowds left. Things are different today. Orange County hosts some three million residents and over 30 cities. Millions of tourists flock its beaches. It's home to a handful of Fortune 500 businesses. Yet Laguna has resisted many modern temptations. It's opted to retain a greenbelt instead of razing all hillsides for homes. Businesses, hardly any of which are chains, must keep the town character by having a wooden sign. And that artist colony feel? You can still get it with plenty of galleries, its festivals like the Sawdust and Pageant of the Masters, and the occasional painter drawing inspiration from a sidewalk perched above the coast. Not all of Laguna's sandy beach is part of the California Coastal Trail, but with for a city so rich with history, all parts -- beach and commercial arteries -- are equally pleasing afoot.
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Chef Claudette Zepeda-Wilkins discusses the symbolism of Mexican stew pozole in her family's history, as well as in the history of Mesoamerica's Indigenous culture.
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Prop 66 aims to fix California’s death penalty process. This is one case where both sides agree the system is broken.
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Not every coastal town has a stunning view of five beautiful islands. Home to Channel Islands National Park, Ventura prides itself on its relaxed lifestyle, walkable streets, and, of course, its pristine views. "Living by the beach really is peaceful. I think there's something about it that is so magical," proclaims Ventura Mayor Cheryl Heitman. With its swath of coast anchored by the California Coastal Trail, Ventura receives visitors year-round who are looking to bike and hike the popular trail that can lead them all the way to Santa Barbara. Voted as one of "The 10 Best Places to Live Now" by Men's Journal, Ventura is unrivaled in Southern California for preserving its small town charm and laid-back vibes.
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It's a throwback to the 1970s in this KCET vintage session featuring country crooner Kris Kristofferson, whose low drawl and lonesome guitar strums made him an icon of the Western revival. See more Kris Kristofferson: http://bit.ly/1BWy3Ny Subscribe to the Studio A newsletter: http://bit.ly/1hWB55Q Studio A articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/1nON62H Like Studio A on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1nONrma Follow Studio A on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1nONChd
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LA AS SUBJECT: Angels Flight is a remnant of an earlier age. Incline railways once climbed hillsides and conquered steep grades across Southern California. http://www.kcet.org/updaily/socal_focus/history/la-as-subject/incline-la-episode-one-angels-flight-and-its-forgotten-sibling-court-flight.html Angels Flight: a downtown Los Angeles landmark. Its orange, beaux-arts archways and simple, Edwardian technology stand in contrast to the modern skyscrapers of the financial district. This cherished historical monument is a remnant of an earlier age. In the early decades of the twentieth century, from downtown L.A. to Mt. Washington, and from Catalina Island to the San Gabriel Mountains, incline railways climbed hillsides and conquered steep grades across Southern California. A few blocks north of Angels Flight, another incline railway once also scaled the face of Bunker Hill. Named Court Flight, the railway linked the courthouses and public administration buildings of the civic center to the otherwise inaccessible residential neighborhood perched above. With the exception of Angels Flight, these incline railways -- also known as funiculars -- are now lost to history, their remains rusting on hillsides or long ago sold for scrap, their memory preserved only in the photographs, films, and maps of the region's archives. Now, discover the stories of these forgotten funiculars through "Incline L.A.," a new video series showcasing L.A. as Subject member collections and the archivists, historians, and experts who care for them. Share your thoughts -- or your memories of Angels Flight -- with the hashtag #inclineLA.
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http://www.kcet.org/shows/primeval/web-extras/kcet-more-hits-the-natural-history-museum-of-los-angeles-to-learn-more-about-dinosaurs.html Has the KCET series "Primeval" got you wondering about the giant dinosaurs that walked the earth before we humans took over? If you're curious about the real-life primeval, you should check out KCET's new series of educational shorts, "KCET More." In this first run of "KCET More," we sent a crew to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles to talk to a real-life dinosaur expert.
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During his time spent in Southern California in the late 1910s and early 1920s, Frank Lloyd Wright accelerated the search for L.A.'s authentic architecture that was suitable to the city's culture and landscape. Writer/Director Chris Hawthorne, architecture critic for the Los Angeles Times, explores the houses the legendary architect built in Los Angeles. The documentary also delves into the critic's provocative theory that these homes were also a means of artistic catharsis for Wright, who was recovering from a violent tragic episode in his life. Want to learn more about Frank Lloyd Wright's Los Angeles architecture? Check out related articles and more on kcet.org! Preserving Frank Lloyd Wright's Place in Los Angeles Architectural History https://www.kcet.org/shows/artbound/preserving-frank-lloyd-wrights-place-in-los-angeles-architectural-history The Warp and the Weft: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Textile Block Houses Weave an Enduring Legacy https://www.kcet.org/shows/artbound/the-warp-and-the-weft-frank-lloyd-wrights-textile-block-houses-weave-an-enduring Mapping Frank Lloyd Wright's California Landmarks https://www.kcet.org/shows/artbound/mapping-frank-lloyd-wrights-california-landmarks Frank Lloyd Wright's Textile Block Houses and the Maya Revival https://www.kcet.org/shows/artbound/frank-lloyd-wrights-textile-block-houses-and-the-maya-revival Wrightcraft: Minecraft Meets Frank Lloyd Wright When popular video game Minecraft mixes with Frank Lloyd Wright, you get Wrightcraft, a virtual walk through some of the architect's iconic projects.
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Prop 10 would allow cities and counties to adopt or expand rent control. It would get rid of the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, which for the past two decades has put a statewide freeze on rent control. Want to learn more? Check out all our California proposition breakdowns at https://www.kcet.org/ballot-brief/proposition-breakdowns
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Ted Meyer's "Scarred for Life" series takes mono-prints directly off the skin of models who were scarred by an illness or injury. For this series, Meyer takes each of the mono-prints directly off the skin of models who were scarred by spinal surgery, mastectomies, bullet wounds, amputations. He allows them to choose their own colors; most select cheerful reds, purples, yellows or pinks. He then adds details with gouache and color pencil, creating delicate abstract compositions in which the incision mark becomes a bold stroke emanating richly colored energy. Next, he photographs the models with the same paint color on their scars and includes their own account of how the scar came about and its affect on their lives. The combination of print, photograph and words sensitively yet powerfully depicts brave personal victories, from the graceful dancer who continues to dance from her wheelchair to the devoted mother who survives a mastectomy to raise her twin sons and the arm-amputee who can find humor in the loss of her limb. Read more about Ted Mayer's Scar Prints here: http://bit.ly/18UMgru Subscribe to Artbound's newsletter: http://bit.ly/15ZeWVb Watch all Artbound videos here: http://bit.ly/15Zf5bd Artbound articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/QQxJUf Like Artbound on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/V6BrM0 Follow Artbound on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1aWPWQA
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Huell travels to one of the most bizarre and wonderful beaches in California as he spends the day at "Bombay Beach". Located on the Salton Sea, he tours the town and talks with the locals about the community and the inland sea that was created in 1905 by a flooding of the Colorado River.
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Based on an Article by Drew Mackie http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/counties/riverside/future-perfect-the-midcentury-modern-paintings-of-danny-heller.html Future Perfect: The Midcentury Modern Paintings of Danny Heller Midcentury-modern architecture is back in fashion, but what draws the 20- and 30-somethings? Danny Heller, who paints Palm Springs chic in almost photorealistic fashion, explains the attraction. More from Artbound: http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/watch/
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http://www.kcet.org/shows/live_at_the_ford/ The Angel City Jazz Festival continues to bring the very best of creative and cutting-edge jazz to Los Angeles. This year's Global Jam is a celebration of jazz's wide cultural diversity with the Tigran Quintet, featuring Armenian virtuoso pianist and Thelonious Monk competition winner - Tigran Hamasyan. For more videos, full episodes and more, please visit http://www.kcet.com/liveattheford.
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Huell takes a special tour of Forrest Ackerman's home, which is a shrine to and museum of sci-fi and horror memorabilia. The self-described inventor of the term "sci-fi," Dr. Ackula (as he liked to be called), boasted over 300,000 items from genre films, books and TV shows. He was also a literary agent, and editor of numerous fanzines. Best of all, he opened his house to the public. (Note: Ackerman passed away in 2008 and the museum is no longer operational.)
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Manhattan Beach is one of the several cities along the Marvin Braude Bike Trail. It's this path, locally referred to as The Strand, that can be seen as emblematic of the California Coastal Trail when completed: miles of uninterrupted path (in this case, 22 miles), a stack of communities, each with their own coastal vibe, and always within sight, sound, and smell of the ocean. "Because it's in the process of coming together, it will no longer be just a day walk," explains Robin Kirk of the Manhattan Beach Woman's Club in the above video. "You can go from town to town and actually see more than on just on a morning walk. The importance of having the long distance is an entirely different experience. And there's a sense of freedom to putting a pack on your back and, just on your own two legs, go as far as you can go. It's starting to become a reality." Who's ready for a thru-hike?
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http://www.kcet.org/socal/food/california-foraging/california-foraging-san-gabrielino.html Eli Newell went out for another hike with foragers Mia Wasilevich and Pascal Baudar of Transitional Gastronomy, this time on the hunt for an all-wild salad. With the winter rain in Southern California comes a ton of wild greens, including chickweed and lambsquarter. Eli and Pascal found those ingredients, as well as oxalis and deadly nightshade to complete the salad. Oxalis tastes like a certain supermarket ingredient, and nightshade, as it turns out, isn't so deadly after all. We came back and dressed the salad; Roughly the recipe was 1/4 cup freshly squeezed pomegranate juice, 1/2 cup rice wine vinegar, 1/4 cup olive oil, salt and pepper to taste. Add any fresh herbs you like. To complete the meal, Mia taught us to make croquettes using foraged seed. Luckily you can substitute a rather popular mainstream ingredient if need be ... watch the video to find out more! Here is the croquette recipe from Mia: Lambsquarter Croquettes Makes about 12 small cakes 1/2 cup washed and dried lambsquarter seeds (doesn't matter if some are still green or if they are not dried all the way) 1/4 cup panko bread crumbs (or fresh if you have) 1/8 cup freshly grated parmesan, pecorino or whatever hard cheese you prefer 1-2 eggs, depending on size Carrots, onion, celery (about a tablespoon of each, finely diced) Garlic or shallot (about a teaspoon or to taste) Salt and pepper to taste You are going to cook the lambsquarter seeds as you would quinoa. I used 1 cup water to 1/2 cup seeds and found that I had to add a little more, so 1 and 1/4 cups water. Cook until all the water is absorbed (15-20 minutes). The lambsquarter seeds absorb the water quickly. My seeds weren't bitter, but I suggest you soak them for an hour or blanch them for a few minutes to remove any bitterness. Once cooked, set aside. Finely mince your mirapoix and saute in olive oil until transluscent, add garlic at the last moment and remove from heat once you can smell it. Once cooled, combine all ingredients together (make sure your eggs are beaten first). Add whatever herbs you like or have in your garden. I used thyme and Spanish tarragon. Test the mixture and form into a patty. Does it hold its shape? If not it may need more of a binder e.g. more grated cheese or a bit more egg. Is it too heavy? Add more panko or bread crumbs. Taste and test. Once thoroughly combined, form into patties and chill them and let them set for 30 minutes and then you can brown them in a cast iron pan with a butter and oil mix and finish them in the oven (350 F) for 10 minutes. Top with a sauce of garlic, shallots, white wine and lambsquarter leaves pureed together (or whatever herb-y sauce you have in your recipe arsenal). See the first video here: http://www.kcet.org/socal/food/california-foraging/california-foraging-hahamongna.html
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The premiere episode of KCET's new music show Studio A features Los Angeles-based musician Chelsea Wolfe, whose hypnotically entrancing vocals, layered guitar textures, and pulsing rhythms earned her critical accolades for her album Pain is Beauty. Read more about Chelsea Wolfe: http://bit.ly/1cCBQ8j Subscribe to the Studio A newsletter: http://bit.ly/1hWB55Q Studio A articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/1nON62H Like Studio A on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1nONrma Follow Studio A on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1nONChd
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http://www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/counties/los-angeles/hear-and-now-quetzal.html Welcome to Artbound's new music series Hear and Now, where we explore songs with a sense of place. The idea is simple: put Southern California musicians in the locations that inspired a song, and document a performance of the song in that place.
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This exclusive web extra features a performance by Ceci Bastida, formerly of Tijuana No!, singing the The Clash favorite "Spanish Bombs." In this exclusive interview with KCET, Ceci talks about her music and how Ricardo Flores Magon continues to be a source of inspiration.
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http://www.kcet.org/shows/live_at_the_ford/ The Angel City Jazz Festival continues to bring the very best of creative and cutting-edge jazz to Los Angeles. For more videos, full episodes and more, please visit http://www.kcet.com/liveattheford.
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California -- a biodiversity hotspot -- provides an abundance of plants for both food and medicine. To Native peoples across the state, gathering locations were like supermarkets today. They provided all the resources necessary to survive. These native plants are relevant today as they reinforce cultural continuity for California's Native peoples and provide healthy, drought-tolerant alternatives to the processed foods typically found in Western diets. In contemporary California, movements such as "eat local" and scientists' "discovery" of the health benefits inherent in chia and sage, for instance, have led to an increasing awareness and desire to purchase indigenous foods. But while more and more people are recognizing the benefits of California's indigenous plants, the scale of the commercial food industry often prohibits access to local indigenous communities. In this video, we visit members of the Chia Cafe Collective, a group working in Southern California to revive Native food practices and raise awareness about the precarity of these important cultural resources.
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Singer-songwriter Jenny Lewis performs a set of upbeat and sophisticated songs on Artbound Presents Studio A, interweaving energetic indie rock infused with subtle country and and pop style. Read more about Jenny Lewis: http://bit.ly/1yIxstI Subscribe to the Studio A newsletter: http://bit.ly/1hWB55Q Studio A articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/1nON62H Like Studio A on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1nONrma Follow Studio A on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1nONChd
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Pairing deft guitar with his lithe falsetto, Moses Sumney performs his soulful folk on Artbound Presents Studio A. Read more about Moses Sumney: http://bit.ly/1E6dCwJ Subscribe to the Studio A newsletter: http://bit.ly/1hWB55Q Studio A articles, videos, and more: http://bit.ly/1nON62H Like Studio A on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1nONrma Follow Studio A on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1nONChd
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Prop 1 authorizes $4 billion in bonds to fund housing-related programs, including $1 billion to assist veterans in buying homes. Want to learn more? Check out all our California proposition breakdowns at https://www.kcet.org/ballot-brief/proposition-breakdowns
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