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National Peach Month in Los Angeles

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Stone fruits taste like summer, as we know from the delicious results of our recipe contest, and the perfectly in-season offerings at local farmer's markets. Perhaps no fruit is as essential to summer, though, as the peach. Sure, you could have peaches in pie or jam (or fresh from the market, on their own), but L.A. knows how to make a creative peach dish. Here's our gallery guide to celebrating National Peach Month which, naturally, spans August.

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Bellini at Public Kitchen & Bar at the Hollywood Roosevelt | by flickr user One More Bite Blog

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Paul Grimm stands on the side of his painting of Harry Bennett and his horse Sonny.

In the Desert, Henry Ford's Strongman Finds His Artist's Heart

From stopping union uprisings for Henry Ford to a desert landscape painter, Harry Bennett wasn’t just a militaristic figure in corporate America but also, strangely, a skilled artist.
The view at the Slot Canyon Overlook.

Six Easy, Lesser-Known Excursions at Anza-Borrego

There's more to the Anza-Borrego Desert State Park than the wildflower blooms. Avoid the crowds and explore six of Anza-Borrego's lesser-known gems.
A black and white postcard photo of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union Home in Eagle Rock probably taken a few years after the home opened in 1928. The four-story main building is in the shape of a Maltese cross with Churrigueresque ornamentation over the main door, an the elevator in the center and four wings reaching out.

A Haven for Early Feminists: Eagle Rock's Home of Woman's Christian Temperance Union

Founded by middle-and-upper-class women to push for abstinence and prohibition laws, the Woman's Christian Temperance Union at Eagle Rock became a major force for societal change and a hub for feminist activity in Los Angeles.