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Jaime Castañeda behind the Langer's counter | Julie Wolfson MKs3
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The Migrant Kitchen

Finding Family: The Longtime Faces Behind the Counters of L.A.'s Delis

Several Los Angeles delis are family-run operations passed down through generations of owners. By their side are many trusted employees who have also given their passion and dedication to these beloved establishments, often for several decades.
Langer's Deli | Courtesy of Langer's MKs3
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The Migrant Kitchen

Jewish Life in Los Angeles as Told through Delis

Delis are an indelible part of Jewish life and culture. On plate after plate and celebration after celebration, the story of the Jewish community and its impact on the greater population of Los Angeles unfolds.
 Kaitlynn Redell, "not her(e) (rug)" | Courtesy of the artist
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Artbound

Yes, We Exist. Artist-Mothers Share Their Stories.

There seems there is still a not unfounded fear that becoming a mother will hinder one’s artistic career, but these artists at many junctures of their motherhood that the experience can also be a fertile ground for artistic creativity.
826LA visits the Broad | Courtesy of 826LA
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Artbound

How the Broad is Pleasing Its Young Visitors

It turns out The Broad has become a popular destination for families. Here's how the contemporary museum is encouraging its next generation of patrons.
Nakul, Arjun, and Pawan Mahendros at Badmaash
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The Migrant Kitchen

Badmaash: Indian Fare with a Hip-Hop Flare

Badmaash has become a gathering place for the business community, police officers, artists and food adventurers. Alongside the traditional dishes, their playful approach to Indian food and culture seems to have struck a chord among patrons.
Jenny Kim
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The Migrant Kitchen

This Farmers' Market Attracts L.A.'s Top Chefs

Founded in 1991, the Hollywood Farmers’ Market started as a way to improve the quality of life in Hollywood for residents and businesses alike. At the time, farmers markets were a new concept in the city, only about ten existed.
WoodSpoon Natalia Pereira | Jenny Kim
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The Migrant Kitchen

WoodSpoon: Bringing the Fresh Flavors of Brazil to Los Angeles

Natalia Pereira has been serving the flavors of Brazil at WoodSpoon for more than ten years. Her restaurant offers a menu of the dishes she ate growing up in Vianópolis, in the state of Minas Gerais.
Michaela Mendelsohn, El Pollo Loco | Jenny Kim
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Michaela Mendelsohn Leads the California Trans Can Work Project

Michaela Mendelsohn has been working tirelessly to launch the California Trans Can Work Project. As a proud transgender woman, she has put the practice into action by employing several transgender women at her own El Pollo Loco locations.
Vivian Ku, Pine and Crane
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The Migrant Kitchen

Serving Taiwanese Food in Silver Lake: The Story of Pine & Crane

A successful restaurant does not happen overnight. Vivian Ku's long journey to open Pine & Crane in Silver Lake was built on family history, farming and education as well as experience working in the kitchen of an iconic California restaurant.
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BierBeisl Brings Austria to California

In Austria, the word Gemütlichkeit is used to describe friendliness and conviviality, values held in high regard by the BierBeisl staff.
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