Huell Howser visits the Glendale Civic Auditorium for RAQS LA, a belly dance festival.
Category Archives: Visiting
In this episode of Visiting, Huell Howser revisits the panorama art form that he learned about in his 2001 Visiting episode. Huell takes a tour of The Velaslarasay Panorama at the Union Theater. Huell’s previous Visiting episode can be found by clicking the link below: Panorama – Visiting (911)
In this episode of Visiting, Huell Howser visits restaurants famous for their pastrami.
Huell Howser visits the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, CA to take a tour of its facilities. Started in 1977, the Musicians Institute is a college focused on educating students interested in music and the music industry.
Driving through Burbank, CA, Huell Howser discovered the Tallyrand restaurant by random chance. When he dropped in for lunch, he discovered a family run restaurant where the employees and customers make you feel like family. In this episode of Visiting, Huell visits the Tallyrand in a more formal manner to learn of its history and Continue Reading »
Join Huell Howser as he visits Jackson Shrub Supply in North Hollywood which has been serving the motion picture industry with all of their real and artificial plants and shrubbery since 1937.
Huell Howser visits the Los Angeles Zoo where he gets an update on the warthogs he covered in his old Videolog series from 1983. Huell discovers that the Warthogs have been moved to a different zoo for breeding, but finds the opportunity to shed light on the importance of an endangered warthog species known as Continue Reading »
Huell Howser travels with his friend Lisa Nahabedian, the Larchmont Cleaners owner, to explore the making of pita bread at the Global Bakery in Pacoima. From the bakery, Huell Howser ends his trip at the Phoenicia Restaurant where he enjoys a pita bread dinner with his friends.
Huell Howser revisits Galcos in Highland Park, CA to give us an update on the soda pop store, the family, and their new soda pop acquisitions.
Join Huell Howser as he visits Claremont, CA to the historic Citrus Packing House which has now been renovated and revitalized to a modern shopping center called The Claremont Packing House. Huell learns about the history of the old citrus packing house building and the renovation process which sought to preserve the elements of the Continue Reading »