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Silver Lake Farms owner says goodbye

Grass no longer grows at Silver Lake Farms, a half-acre property that helped establish urban farming in Los Angeles. Farm founder Tara Kolla long ago banished that remnant of residential, pre-drought lawn fashion and replaced it with organically grown plants that were either edible, provided a...

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  • Coffee beer, or how to drink your craft beer and coffee at the same time

    Coffee beer, or how to drink your craft beer and coffee at the same time

    Brewers have been mixing their buzzes with coffee-fueled beers for decades, but nowhere else in the country does coffee beer quite like Southern California. The region is home to many fantastic small-batch coffee roasters, and these bean-loving artisans share the flavor-fanaticism that also fuels...

  • Eagle Rock Brewery's Jubilee a warming spiced old ale

    Eagle Rock Brewery's Jubilee a warming spiced old ale

    The annual wintertime release from Glassell Park's Eagle Rock Brewery, Jubilee is a spiced old ale that finds delicate balance between warming alcohol, sweet malts and festive spices. Nursing a snifter of the complex brew is an ideal tonic for the stresses of the holidays, and the ale makes for...

  • Popular Eagle Rock Brewery faces yet another hearing to continue operation

    Popular Eagle Rock Brewery faces yet another hearing to continue operation

    Pioneering craft brewery Eagle Rock Brewery is heading into yet another public hearing next week in an effort to renew the city license that allows it to continue to operate. While opening a brewery and tasting room anywhere in California requires extensive battles with red tape, the city of L.A....

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  • Back-to-school meets Endless Summer at Irvine Spectrum Center

    Back-to-school meets Endless Summer at Irvine Spectrum Center

    To ease the pain of going back to school, Irvine Spectrum Center is hosting its Endless Summer Festival, showcasing fall fashion trends from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday. YouTube vloggers Maddi Bragg and Suede Brooks are scheduled to present style closets filled with back-to-school looks during...

  • Artist Rafa Esparza is using 5,000 adobe bricks to make a building-inside-a-building in Hollywood

    Artist Rafa Esparza is using 5,000 adobe bricks to make a building-inside-a-building in Hollywood

    Step into Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) in Hollywood and you will feel the crunch of dry dirt underfoot. Here and there are bits of straw. All around is the smell of earth. And all of it is emanating from the hundreds of hand-made adobe bricks that are stacked around the gallery,...

  • Roof of Mormon church collapses after Glassell Park fire

    Roof of Mormon church collapses after Glassell Park fire

    A fire in Glassell Park tore through a Mormon church Tuesday afternoon, gutting much of the church and causing the roof to collapse, authorities said. The blaze began shortly after 2:30 p.m. as a small brush fire near the 2 Freeway and Verdugo Road, said Margaret Stewart, a Los Angeles Fire Department...

  • L.A. homes under $500,000, under 750 square feet

    L.A. homes under $500,000, under 750 square feet

    Although multimillion-dollar mansions and homes built on speculation fuel fantasies and headlines, there are plenty of people in the market for something with a lesser footprint. Here’s a sampling of homes in Los Angeles County built on a smaller scale and priced under $500,000. The two-bedroom...

  • L.A. homes under $500,000, under 750 square feet

    L.A. homes under $500,000, under 750 square feet

    Although multimillion-dollar mansions and homes built on speculation fuel fantasies and headlines, there are plenty of people in the market for something with a lesser footprint. Here’s a sampling of homes in Los Angeles County built on a smaller scale and priced under $500,000. MOUNT WASHINGTON:...

  • What can you buy in the low $400,000s around Los Angeles?

    What can you buy in the low $400,000s around Los Angeles?

    Not every home in Los Angeles County goes for $1 million-plus. Here's a look at a few single-family homes around L.A. that are available in the low $400,000s. Realtor.com GLASSELL PARK: Built in the 1930s, this refreshed, two-bedroom home features restored wood floors and an updated kitchen. Address:...

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