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Seoul Sausage!

Seoul Sausage, Los Angeles, CA

Food Network fans will probably recognize the name Seoul Sausage even if they’ve never been to the small West Los Angeles eatery. The brand got fantastic exposure by winning Season 3 of The Great Food ...

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LA Times The Taste Food Festival

LA Times’ The Taste 2014

Los Angeles Times’ The Taste is a huge annual food festival that showcases Los Angeles chefs and restaurants, as well as  many spirit, wine and other vendors. The festival lasts three days and is held at the ...

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The Corpse Flower, blooming

The Corpse Flower at The Huntington Library

The Corpse Flower is more officially known as the Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum) a flowering plant that is native to Sumatra. It is a flowering plant with the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world – ...

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Wordless Wednesday: Sunset at Dodger Stadium

Wordless Wednesday: Sunset at Dodger Stadium

Sunset at Dodger Stadium from the Luxury Boxes. Dodgers v. Angels. June 11, 2010. Los Angeles, CA.

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XB release at Petit Ermitage

XB release at Petit Ermitage

When it comes to drinks, craft cocktails are the words that are on everyone’s lips right now. When you think of a craft cocktail, you probably think of a drink that is made with the ...

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Wordless Wednesday: Santa Monica Place on a slow day

Wordless Wednesday: Santa Monica Place on a slow day

After the holiday rush has ended, malls and shopping centers all over the country seem a lot emptier. This is true even of Santa Monica Place, the brand new mall adjoining the 3rd Street Prominade, ...

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At the Getty Center Gardens in Late Summer

At the Getty Center Gardens in Late Summer

The Getty Center is nearby and we go up there several times a year to see what they have on exhibit and spend a lazy afternoon enjoying the weather and the view. Admission is free, ...

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