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…is a very occasional (open one day every few weeks 10am-2pm and 10pm-2am) very underground (garage) very small (one car space) artist project in the Westlake neighborhood of LA – which we finally had the chance to visit today – with a new installation, furniture, lighting, concept (raw red meat on the cafe tables and ..

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…this morning included tomatoes (!) and peppers (!!) ripened in our recent unseasonably warm temps (and drought thanks to our Ridiculously Resilient Ridge while the Eastern and Midwestern US struggles with their Polar Vortex) in addition to the squashes, lemons and nasturtiums you might expect finding in an LA garden this tim..

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…is the name of the new-to-me but year-old artist-run Atwater Village eating establishment just off the beaten path zone of Glendale Boulevard bustle where I was lead yesterday by friends Luke & Sarah (after running into them at the farmers market, they are guides to good things, so I always follow them) where we had my ..

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…one of my favorite local food places in Minneapolis-St. Paul, bringing my writer friend Michael Pollan and food/garden story hero (‘Second Nature‘ was a big inspiration in my early gardening days) for a taste of the city – and an interview to be published soon on the Walker Art Center website – while passing through ..

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…here at Pollinaria – the farm west of Pescara where Domestic Integrities E01 is being developed through four seasons – has just finished  today, exactly as we are returning for the fall cycle of the project…but at least we managed to scavenge a few beautiful purple bunches left behind on the vine a..

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…surprised us hungry bikers – on my first night in town preparing for 2013 projects at the Walker Art Center – with a delicious organic meal prepared and served from their tricked out bus/kitchen parked in a beautiful wild community garden (with bees and and rain garden) occupying a previously vacant lot just south of ..

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…brought together various visiting Euro friends and new L.A. friends – the day before I depart for four months mostly away from home – finally making use of the long garden table under the California walnut tree with tree stump seating provided by last year’s dear departed carob tree – dining almost exclusively on today’s ..

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…(my favorite variety by far) seeds from last years squash were casually seeded all over the garden this winter, producing this summer’s crazy scrambling vines which are gratefully taking over large parts of the garden – especially the newly established area under what was the carob tree – now focused on Jed Ceasar’s sculpture (this ..

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