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  • Glendale yard cops are at it again

    Here we go again, back to my favorite place in all of Southern California -- the city where no good deed goes unpunished.
  • Tara Kolla, L.A's down-to-earth urban farmer

    Tara Kolla, L.A's down-to-earth urban farmer
    Tara Kolla was born in Inglewood but grew up in Europe. She came back to Los Angeles, to a half-acre Silver Lake plot, where she decided to try her hand at "urban farming." Her neighbors objected, so now she mostly works other people's land, and works...

    Datebook: Events, exhibits, classes for the week ahead

    Home and garden events are listed below. Suggest your own via reader comments. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please. Oct. 18: Oregon-born architect Brad Cloepfil, whose work includes the Museum of Arts and Design in New York and...

    The Dry Garden: Now that the high winds have departed...

    L.A. wind storm: Were all the trees that fell critically weakened by poor human care? Now that the storm has left, will we use better sense? Choose the right species to stand up to the coming vagaries of climate change? Put them in smart places? Water...

    The Dry Garden: Ornamental grasses, poetry in motion

    Ornamental grasses: A gardeners guide to selecting and placing meadow grasses, sedges and rushes as lyrical, low-water additions to a sustainable landscape.