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KCET is airing a Huell Howser marathon, and your votes decide what episodes we'll air!

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Back in the day, Long Beach's Rainbow Pier was actually rainbow-shaped.

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"If enough young African Americans dedicate themselves to preserving the spirit of Leimert Park, nothing can snuff it out."

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These vintage menus look beautiful and also offer a neat little peak into the history of LA's food scene.

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Chris Clarke, author of our renewable energy blog, ReWire, has launched a new venture for KCET.org: ReWild, about California wildlife. Excited? Well, hit the link below to check out its Kickstarter page and learn how you can help make ReWild great.

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Yep, there's a castle in Alhambra. And the story of how it came to be is pretty interesting. It's just too bad that it's overshadowed by the murder that would eventually play out there.

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A quiet country crossroads in 1885, by 1928 Wilshire and Western had reportedly become the nation's busiest intersection. 

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Construction on the new Riverside-Figueroa Bridge has been ongoing since 2011, but recently Elysian Valley architects RAC Design Build has approached the city with the possibility of preserving the steel section of the old bridge and turning into an elevated park, a la New York City's High Line.
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