USC Filmmakers Highlight The Human Side Of California Drought

More than 900 families in California’s Central Valley have been living without water for months, and no one’s really talking about it.

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L.A.

Golden Wave: The U.S. Open and California’s Surf History

How an Irish-Hawaiian man jumpstarted surf culture in California, culminating in the US Open. 

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Toxic Trash: The Dangers Of A Plastic Covered World

Plastic has a life beyond the trash can, and it continues to have catastrophic effects on our bodies and our planet even after we get rid of it.

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What It's Like to Drive 1,030 Miles In A Single Day With A Toyota RAV4

Driving from L.A. to Sedona, AZ and back all in one day is a stupid idea, so I decided find out just how stupid it was.

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One of the best albums of the year--he "Earned It." 

Public transit commuters like Elizabeth Queen face constant frustrations with the Metro's accessibility and trip time.

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L.A. Works: Snapshots Of Night Shift And Minimum Wage Workers Across Los Angeles

7 pieces. One day. How workers make a living in L.A.

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