LA County Close-Up
LA County Close-up is a weekly news magazine that takes viewers behind the scenes to showcase people and programs making a difference in Los Angeles County and its communities. Watch it here or on the County Channel, channel 94 or 92 on most cable systems.
In this episode: Timely interventions to help those at risk of becoming homeless; lighting up the most wonderful time of the year; making hoop dreams come true with help from the Clippers; and a place to call home in time for the holidays.
In this episode: Fresh starts for residents of a former homeless encampment; fly fishing off the coast; and a Thanksgiving feast with special meaning.
In this episode: Rolling in the tides at Bruce’s Beach, protecting local landmarks, Operation Gobble-Gobble delivers the goods, and murals with an important message about tolerance.
In this episode: Dawn, a formerly homeless resident, takes stock of her new future thanks to the County’s Pathway Home effort; an adopted canine cheers spirits at a senior living home; Latin American art on display in Long Beach; and savoring the taste of soul.
In this episode: The County rolls out the red carpet to recognize it’s own and celebrate the very best in public services; a homeless services organization serving greater Pasadena receives a big contribution; and honoring the festive tradition of Dia de los Muertos in Grand park.
In this episode: Girls set their sights on becoming boss; a formerly homeless resident starts her life over; new graduates enter public service; and a celebration of all things mole.
In this episode: Helping the newly-housed find resources; honoring foster families making a difference; a makeover helps a small business stay a cut above; and celebrating Day of the Dead in Whittier.