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  • ... little shop on Western Avenue featured the favorite candy recipes of Mary See and focused on farm-fresh ingredients and ... who come in to purchase their particular favorite type of Sees Candy . Then he travels to Los Angeles for a tour of the inner ...
  • ... pets, cyclists, skaters, etc. Similar open streets events have now taken place in cities throughout every permanently-inhabited ... neighborhood attractions in the area include the Charity Shop , The Colony of Performing Arts, Garden Grove Historical Society's ...
  • The popular local chocolate shop recently opened a cluster of shops in Japan, where candy flavors don't necessarily translate. ... for Compartes, in L.A. and Tokyo. As a regular customer at Jitlada, he finds ideas in both sweet and savory dishes. "I am inspired by ...
  • Long before The Grove , Third Street, or even Universal CityWalk, Angelenos flocked to another ... - Los Angeles Public Library., by klxadm Long before the Grove , Third Street, or even Universal CityWalk, Angelenos flocked to another ... stretched between Spring and Broadway from 1904 to 1923. At only 22 feet wide and embraced on each side by identical, two-story brick ...
  • ... on a special fabric and hanging them from bamboo, and Ryan sees the orange as her own prayer for her sister city, a collage of wishes ... be offered in an opportunity drawing. An Orange Pop-Up Shop featuring work from local artisans will also run the length of the ...
  • ... Farmer's Market: Open since 1934, the Farmer's Market at The Grove on 3rd and Fairfax started as a replica of Old World open air ...
  • ... out that iconic California holiday hotspot, See's Candy . [scald=74009:kl_image_original_context]What's a week without the ... biggest and "sweetest" success stories. The little shop on Western Avenue featured the favorite candy recipes of Mary See ...
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    ... or not - for nearly three hours on a recent sunny Saturday at "The Raza's Edge: The Chicano Presence in L.A. Art History," organized by ... Noriega. It was a quick-paced panel discussion on April 3 at the Bing Auditorium at the L.A. County Museum of Art. I stayed three ...
  • ... moved in. There have been Latino barrios in Santa Ana at least since the 1940s when most were engaged in farm work, but until 1970 ... return of Santa Ana's farmers' market, open streets events , and the just-held inaugural 5K run suggest there's an effort to ...
  • ... the smell of charcoal and noodles fill the air, I feel at home and I miss home. [scald=23645:kl_image_original_context] The view ... waffles, bread, pastries, barbeque and more. I was in the candy store of my dreams. Food everywhere. There was endless aisles of ...

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