Venice: L.A.'s Former Frontier

Clip: Season 8 Episode 5 | 8m 41s

For much of the 19th and 20th centuries Los Angeles culture, like most of American culture, was obsessed with westward expansion. The way to understand the city was to view it from east to west — from downtown to the beach. Santa Monica and Venice were once viewed as the last frontiers — centers for cultural experimentation where young architects and artists set up shop.

Aired: 10/11/16

Rating: NR

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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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