Tag: Los Angeles

July 28, 2019

Giving a Second Chance: How Pet Ado...

Every year, Americans adopt more than 3 million cats and dogs. Most of those pets are adopted from animal shelters, where they were taken after being picked up as stray animals, or given up by owners who could no longer take care of them

July 23, 2019

Los Angeles Tests Special Coating t...

The hot summer months often mean very hot asphalt roads. The dark asphalt absorbs more light and emits more heat. But now the city of Los Angeles is trying to find a way to cool off these asphalt roads, and is testing so-called cool pavement

May 29, 2019

Porkchop The Pig Wins Los Angeles H...

Los Angeles residents are smitten and charmed by a new local who loves to stroll along the city streets. Lately all eyes have been on “Porkchop” – a pet pig. Its owner loves to take it to the most popular city venues

April 19, 2019

Ghanian Rapper Turned Director Taps...

A new film called “The Burial of Kojo” is a tale of family tensions with an overlay of magical realism. Set in Ghana, it is the first feature from Blitz Bazawule, a Ghana-born rapper and director

March 5, 2019

Gangland Journalists Broadcast Life...

There is a select group of videographers that enters some of America’s more dangerous neighborhoods to document and tell the stories of the people who live there. These are gangland neighborhoods in places like Chicago, Los Angeles, even Forth Worth, Texas. Shawn Cotton is one of these documentarians

February 17, 2019

Pan African Festival Connects Afric...

Through the Arts More than 100 artisans and 170 films from around the world are being showcased at the 27th Annual Pan African Film & Arts Festival in Los Angeles

January 12, 2019

Treasure Trove of Cars Displayed in...

Inside a hidden vault in Los Angeles, California, is a treasure trove of cars from around the world. It’s the collection of the Petersen Automotive Museum, and it is now open to the public

January 6, 2019

Master of Miniatures Builds a Dream...

For some, castlelike mansions in Los Angeles are just pretty to look at and an unattainable dream. But for designer Chris Toledo, they are an inspiration

December 24, 2018

Family Reunites in Home Made of Shi...

This will be a special holiday season for a father who was homeless and his five children

November 28, 2018

Pacific Storm to Bring Rain, Mounta...

On the coast near Big Sur, Caltrans planned to close a section of Highway 1 between Mud Creek and Paul’s Slide for 48 hours starting Wednesday morning because of potential instability

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