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  • Francis Avenue Community Garden: a chile-lover's delight

     
    Community Gardens Dispatch No. 17: Francis Avenue, Los Angeles Although the Francis Avenue Community Garden is small -- only 18 10-foot-by-10-foot plots—it's a Meso-America foodies' delight. "This one is hot," said Marta Servin, the caretaker, pointing....
  • Times investigation: Allegations of bribery, envelopes filled with cash in Maywood

     
    Maywood is at the center of a three-year FBI bribery investigation involving an engineering contractor and several city officials, sources have told The Times. David Mango, Maywood's former building and planning director, told The Times that while working...
  • Currently coveting: Mango's cheap(ish), chic outerwear

     
    It's officially coat season in L.A. Okay, light coat season. And while we're lusting over minimalist designer outerwear like Rick Owen's $1,935 wool flannel coat, our moderate income requires a little financial prudence — after all, we only wear true-...
  • Small Bites: Un-Curry pop-up restaurant. Mezze to open in Sona space. Taking walk-ins at Test Kitchen.

     
    Indian, popping up: The Un-Curry Table claims to be L.A.'s first Indian pop-up restaurant. Chef Kaumudi Marathé has scheduled two dinners next month featuring her take on Indian cuisine. Her Un-Curry catering business and classes mix "seasonal, organic,...
  • Downtown galleries pit Heaven vs. Hell in an art and music show on Spring Street

     
    Crowded by costumed Halloween freaks, sharp-dressed urbanites, face-painted gypsies and indie art kids, the Hive in downtown L.A. on Saturday night hosted half of the evening's “Heaven and Hell” joint exhibit at 729 S. Spring Street. A couple doors...
  • Your recipe for the day: Mango coconut upside-down cake

     
    Your recipe for the day from the L.A. Times Test Kitchen: Mango coconut updside-down cake. Want more Test Kitchen recipes? Browse hundreds at www.latimes.com/recipes. And keep checking back -- we're always adding more. -- Rene Lynch Twitter.com /...
  • ScarJo / Mango handbag puts Haiti relief on the map

     
    This week, celebrity efforts to raise money for victims of the Haiti earthquake seem to be moving into overdrive. First came reports that stars of every stripe (think Kanye West, Tony Bennett and Vince Vaughn for starters) descended on a......
  • Bastide opens for dinner today: Here's the menu

     
    Bastide, the on-again-off-again-on-again restaurant on Melrose Place, is now open for dinner. The restaurant-cum-bookstore (an Assouline book shop is located inside) has been serving lunch since December. Chef Joseph Mahon says he is "focusing on...
  • Riverside police shoot man after he allegedly used car to pin officer

     
    A man shot by Riverside police has been arrested on charges of grand theft auto, possession of a controlled substance and assault with a deadly weapon after he allegedly used a stolen car as a weapon against an officer. Joseph......
  • Industry offers dancing, designer cocktails -- and burgers and fries

     
    The concept for Industry nightclub sounded all wrong. Not because of the alleged uber-exclusive guest list or the overdone high-end concept, but because it was opened as a dual venture -- a night club/burger bar. Who would want to wiggle around on the...
  • Small Bites: Jin in Japan; did someone say hot toddy?

     
    Big in Japan: If you're trolling the depachika (food floors) of Japan's department stores next month, you may come across chocolates from Venice-based Jin Patisserie. From Feb. 3 to 14, three locations will carry Jin pastry chef Kristy Choo's chocolates:....