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In this episode of Visiting, Huell Howser heads to Old Town Pasadena to The Soap Kitchen where he learns about the process of making all natural, home-made soap from scratch.
Join Huell as he learns what a real foodbank is all about. He starts out with Pasadena resident, Tony Collier, who founded the Los Angeles Regional Foodbank in 1973 and ran it out of a two-car garage. The Foodbank is now in a 96,000 square foot facility that serves over 1 million meals a year Continue Reading »
From its opening in 1974 to its closing in 1995, the Ambassador Auditorium located in Pasadena hosted an impressive roster of performers. Among them were Luciano Pavarotti, Vladimir Horowitz and Ella Fitzgerald, and it was also the home base of the L.A. Chamber Orchestra. Huell profiles this world-class venue at a time when its future Continue Reading »
Some people like it — to others, it’s a nuisance. Something “to come in out of.” But like it or not, everyone would agree it’s been a part of the history of California since the very beginning. We’re talking about wind. And on this particular adventure, host Huell Howser goes in search of some of Continue Reading »