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  • The exotic, smoky flavor of Chile comes to America

    The exotic, smoky flavor of Chile comes to America
    Much like the metal that comes from deep within Chile's mines, the national spice also has a copper hue. Within the last few years, merkén, made from ground smoked chiles, has moved from being solely a local curiosity to a tabletop mainstay in Chile and...
  • Home tour: Rammed-earth house on an Ensenada cliff

     
    Rammed-earth house in Ensenada, Mexico: Architects Alejandro D'Acosta and Claudia Turrent build an experimental house on the Baja California coast using little more than earthen walls and recycled materials....
  • TV This Week: Oct. 9 - 15

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 9 - 15 in PDF format TV listings for the week of Oct. 9 - 15 in PDF format (from latimes.com/entertainment/news/tv) Weekly TV Listings and more can be found......
  • Indigenous Peoples’ Committee joins Occupy L.A.

     
    Occupy L.A.: Indigenous Peoples’ Committee sets up "sovereign nation."...
  • The Spotlight: Casey Stangl directs Antaeus' 'Peace in Our Time'

     
    Charlotte Stoudt talks to director Casey Stangl about "Peace in Our Time," Noel Coward's political thriller that imagines Britain occupied by the Nazis...
  • Latino Theater Company's 'Virgen' may not play at L.A. cathedral [Updated]

     
    The Latino Theater Company may have to cancel its free annual production of the pageant "La Virgen de Guadalupe, Dios Inantzin" at Our Lady of the Angels cathedral in downtown Los Angeles due to lack of funds....
  • Art review: 'Contested Visions in the Spanish Colonial World,' LACMA

     
    Christopher Knight reviews "Contested Visions in the Spanish Colonial World," an unprecedented exhibition at LACMA...
  • Winter solstice: The cold-weather celebration is hot again

     
    Winter solstice is a busy time for a Wiccan priestess. Selena Fox talks winter solstice traditions and why our cold-weather solstice is becoming a hot holiday....
  • The Global Garden: Finding uses for stinging nettle

     
    Stinging nettle: It's usually seen as a weed, but stinging nettle is a favorite among some gardeners, who eat it like spinach or use it to make nettle tea, an organic bug spray....
  • Mattel drops paper company linked to Indonesia deforestation

     
    Mattel responds to Greenpeace's Barbie-themed deforestation protest: Responding to a campaign by Greenpeace, toy giant Mattel, maker of the famed Barbie doll line, announced Wednesday that it will stop buying paper and packaging that the environmental...
  • People's Garden at Woodrow Wilson High School: Sowing seeds in a food desert

     
    Community Gardens Dispatch No. 34: People's Garden, El Sereno neighborhood, Los Angeles The People’s Garden at Woodrow Wilson High School sits at the lowest part of the sprawling campus, the sloping lot bound by a chain-link fence and a low......