CicLAvia gives Angelenos a chance to abandon their cars for a day and actually see their community.
As Los Angeles digs new transit tunnels beneath the city, evidence is found of a different sort of traffic that roamed our region a long time ago.
In the 1920s, Los Angeles had an underground transit system that was the envy of urban centers across the nation. What caused it to cease to exist?
What are the origins of this slice of Iran in America, aka “Tehrangeles"?
Exploring the ruins of what was one of the deadliest engineering disasters in U.S. history.
A wonderfully preserved film of a Los Angeles street in 1912 (and the nearby Alligator Farm and Ostrich Farm in Lincoln Heights).
A preview of the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures to open in 2019.
A beautiful film mash-up of Los Angeles in the movies.
Young, charismatic African-American entrepreneurs in Watts, South L.A. and Compton shaking up the taco scene.
One of the best brief video overviews of L.A.'s transit history.
A challenging rescue by Hope For Paws near the Los Angeles International Airport.
Before the Los Angeles Dodgers came to Chavez Ravine, there existed a vibrant little community.
With America's racial conflicts making global headlines, the Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles defies the trends.
The Ballet Folklorico de Los Ángeles distinguishes itself as the nation's premier Mexican folk dance company.
On average, there are 284 sunny days per year in Los Angeles...but sometimes, this happens...
We find it hard enough driving in rain. What would we do if we had to drive in snow and ice?
A video documenting images from the last big snowfall in Los Angeles.
When we need them, they will be there.
Some of the magic of the holiday in Los Angeles County
What grade did Los Angeles County earn for our air quality and energy use and what's our outlook?
On October 24, 1871, at least 17 Chinese men and boys were murdered by a mob in Los Angeles. It remains the largest single-day lynching in American history.
A personal interview with a leader among Los Angeles' original peoples.
In honor of “Veterans in the Arts and Humanities Day" on October 29, 2017, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) screened a selection of films made by military veterans in its Veteran’s Make Movies Program. The program offers a series of filmmaking courses that teach veterans how to write, shoot and edit their own short films.
One of the most eclectic cultural icons in Los Angeles was created by an immigrant in his spare time over 33 years.
Explore hidden staircases in Silverlake and Echo Park with Alexa Sita.
A background film produced for an unidentified feature film, shot from a vehicle driving through Bunker Hill and downtown Los Angeles during the 1940s.
Up close raw footage of the Los Angeles Fire Department arriving at and fighting a brush fire along the Hollywood Freeway.
A story of growing up in Los Angeles' Chinatown and how it shaped a young woman's passion for education and her sense of home.
A beautiful view of America's largest urban forest.
The hip Grand Central Market in Downtown LA was once…well...just a hard-working farmer's market.
The city's oldest and most iconic farmer's market has always been changing and always reflective of Downtown Los Angeles.
Bob Baker's Marionettes - the oldest children's theatre company in Los Angeles and a local cultural icon.
A fun-to-watch parody of "La La Land" by talented Los Angeles ("La La Land") middle schoolers.
A cockpit perspective video as an aircraft flys over over Los Angeles and lands at LAX as dusk approaches.
On December 31, 1897, a motion picture camera was set up in Downtown Los Angeles to film passing traffic. It was the first time a film was made in this city.