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  • Janet Owen Driggs reports on "The Del Aire Fruit Park," the first public fruit park in the state. Artbound's ... Park , to which I contributed as an advisor, from Fallen Fruit , a collaboration between David Burns, Matias Viegener, and ...
  • ... article to be made into a short-format documentary. Fallen Fruit began in 2004 as an effort to couple urban waste and urban need, and ...
  • Imagine this: There are mature fruit trees planted and cared for all over your neighborhood, so you can just ... ever needing to go hungry. This is one of the thoughts of Fallen Fruit , a collaboration of three artists-- Austin Young, Matias Viegener, and David Burns. The guys of Fallen Fruit say they use fruit as their lens for looking at the ...
  • ... the two trees falling here ] Say hello : "Like" SoCal Wanderer on Facebook and follow @SoCal _Wanderer on Twitter to talk about latest in outdoors with other ...
  • ... read parts I , II , III , IV of the Weirdest Fruit Series. It's always risky to cook for a group of people when using ...
  • ... Downtown Los Angeles into a walk-able network of Urban Fruit Trails. [scald=75349:kl_image_original_context {"additionalClasses":""}] Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young), Fruit Machine Portraits: ... between Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) and Fallen Fruit , will take place on May 18 at the Bryson Building on ...
  • ... Month. While something as commonplace as fresh fruit and vegetables seems too ordinary and mundane to spend a day ... -- if you think about it a bit, eating a fresh piece of fruit or a crisp vegetable might be a little more unique that you'd think. ...
  • ... soursop in Los Angeles. It is only possible to taste this fruit fresh if you happen to have a tree in your yard, although I'm a bit ... Part I , Part II & Part III of the Weirdest Fruit Series When I first started my search, I was set on buying and ...
  • I've recently discovered a fruit known to my Salvadoran family as guanaba, known in English as soursop ... 1, check it out here . I've recently discovered a fruit known to my Salvadoran family as guanaba, known in the U.S. as soursop ...
  • ... together! Read Part I and Part II of the Weirdest Fruit Series. In my last post I wrote that a simple internet ... soursop. Excited, I waited for his response. Finding this fruit was such a cinch, I thought, a simple Google search was all it took. ...

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