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Oceanview Gardens

On a peaceful hill overlooking Los Angeles and Santa Monica Bay, Ocean View Farms is a community garden and urban oasis that connects people with nature in the middle of a bustling city. Join us, as we taste tomatoes, harvest cucumbers and yellow squash and stroll in the sunshine of a beautiful summer morning.

 

Music: 
"Different Planes (Instr.)" by Sugarplum Fairies
"Nice"" by Junkyard Luthiers
"Satisfied"" by Junkyard Luthiers"

Full Episodes

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You'll Never Find a Rainbow If You're Lookin' Down

This episode of "City Walk" begins with a Big Parade in Los Angeles and then boldly strides from Austin to Atlanta, as communities everywhere embrace the walking revolution. 

There are over 300 staircases in the city of Los Angeles and during the Big Parade, a resilient group of City Walkers led by Los Angeles journalist Dan Koeppel is determined to climb them all.

  • 2020-09-30T00:30:00-07:00
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It Is a Great Art to Saunter

In this episode of "City Walk," saunter along the hidden shorelines of Manhattan before stopping in Denver, Portland, and Washington DC to join communities across America rediscovering their sidewalks and trails.

  • 2020-10-07T00:30:00-07:00
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It's Kind of Fun to Do the Impossible

Episode 6 of "City Walk" treks from Berkeley to Atlanta on a walking school bus before treading the urban and mountain trails of Orange County, California with an unforgettable stop at "The Happiest Place on Earth." And Nic Offer of cult band "!!!" offers his unique perspective on public transportation at the FYF Festival in Los Angeles State Historic Park.

  • 2020-10-14T00:30:00-07:00
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Long Spaces that You Can Dream Away In

Episode 7 of "City Walk" takes viewers to Boston, New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles on a very special journey to some of the great parks in America - both old and new.

We meet legendary landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, whose visionary genius continues to reshape the city of Boston along with virtually every 19th century urban park in the country. We highlight the amazing walkability of Olmsted's first creation, Central Park in New York.

  • 2020-10-21T00:30:00-07:00
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