Looking to the Future: Leimert Park

Clip: Season 8 Episode 5 | 10m 2s

The Leimert Plaza Park is at the heart of a neighborhood facing rapid change. It was laid out in the 1920s, by Frederick Law Olmsted’s sons, as a picturesque commuter suburb, an easy streetcar ride from downtown, with a small Beaux Arts plaza at its center. In that sense, it was a classic First L.A., pre-freeway district.

Aired: 06/14/16

Rating: NR

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Artbound is a local public television program presented by PBS SoCal | KCET.
The Salt Songs of the Nuwuvi


The Salt Songs of the Nuwuvi

The Asi Huviav or Salt Song is a vast interconnected ritual song map describing the sacred geography of the Nuwuvi people (Southern Paiute).

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