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Huell Howser takes the Blue Line rail in Los Angeles to take a tour of Watts and the famous Watts Towers.
Join Huell Howser as he visits Leimert Park in Los Angeles, CA to explore the shops, art galleries, and the famous chess games.
Huell Howser visits the Crown Hill neighborhood of Los Angeles and learns of the history of the old Los Angeles subway (red cart) trains as well as the present community and activities in the neighborhood.
There is a reason that those old lighthouses could send a beam of light for many miles out to see. Most lighthouses used a Fresnel lens, which looks like a beehive made of glass. These lenses are works of art and the one that graced the tower at Point Fermin Lighthouse is no exception. In Continue Reading »
In this green adventure, Huell travels to the small northern California town of Arcata to visit two businesses that use recycled material to create beautiful and functional art. First it’s off to Whit McLeod Furniture to see how a group of craftsman are turning old wine barrels into fine furniture. Using the Craftsman style of Continue Reading »
In this Road Trip, Huell Howser gets more than his feet we as he visits artists honored by the Metropolitian Water District for their creative depictions of water in public spaces. Stops include: Blue Line Oasis in Compton, Water Conservation Garden in El Cajon, Wall Gazing Gallery in Fullerton, and Music Center Fountain in Los Continue Reading »
Huell visits the huge Cambodian community in Long Beach; with a population of over 45,000, its more than any city in the world other than the Capitol of Cambodia. His tour teaches him about the culture, customs, art, music and Huell’s favorite — food. 2001
Huell visits a local elementary school to join a group of 5th graders on a field trip to some of Los Angeles’s many murals. Along for the ride is the artist himself to discuss his art with the children. All in all it’s a great LA day! 1999