Tag Archives: Los Angeles
Huell Howser spends the day on the 1000 block of Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, California in Little Ethiopia. Join Huell Howser as he visits various Ethiopian owned shops and restaurants.
Huell Howser spends the day at various locations in Downtown Los Angeles, CA. This episode marks the beginning of the new series “Downtown.”
Huell Howser spends the afternoon meeting the residents of Los Angeles, CA near a bench in Echo Park. Huell discovers that each individual has a story to tell.
Huell Howser spends the afternoon in this episode of The Bench series near a bench at the Barbecue King restaurant. Huell spends his time talking with various customers as well as employees to make for an interesting episode getting to know the people of the city.
Take a look at two Southland “survivors.” We’ll visit the Apple Pan which is a historic hamburger joint on Pico Boulevard and the Lang Oak which is the oldest known tree in Los Angeles.
Spend the day at the historic L.A. Coliseum. Along with a tour we will see some wonderful archival footage and talk with world famous artist Robert Graham, who designed the sculptures for the 1984 Olympics.
Huell revisits the Red Car Tunnels under Los Angeles and the tunnel entrance at Belmont Station. 2009
In the first half of this program, Huell traveled to the Eastern Sierras with the DWP to visit Owens Lake to see their efforts to minimize the dust problem that has plagued the surrounding communities for many years. Five years later, we go back to the same areas and see just how far along the Continue Reading »
Most people don’t don’t seem to know that tours of the Frank Gehry designed Walt Disney Concert Hall are available to visitors daily as performance schedules permit. Also, some of the most beautiful gardens in Los Angeles are nestled around this stunning building. Huell takes a wonderful tour of the grounds and learns about all Continue Reading »
If you visit the high rise at 550 South Hope Street in downtown Los Angeles, you might not know the rich history of that address or why there is a small memorial to the Church of the Open Door in the entrance to the building. Members of the church come back to share with Huell Continue Reading »