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Silver Lake (Los Angeles, California)

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  • The arduous journey to a new Silver Lake Reservoir path

    The arduous journey to a new Silver Lake Reservoir path
    In a city that contains hundreds of miles of recreational walks, routes and trails, the opening of a new jogging path sounds about as noteworthy as a Pinkberry christening or another starlet DUI. But the new scenic path that opened in December along the...
  • A city slicker and a farmer in one

    A city slicker and a farmer in one
    There are certain phrases I never expected to utter in my lifetime. Things like, "Excuse me if I don't shake your hand. Mine's covered in horse urine." Or, to my son, "When you're finished with dinner, clear your plate and feed the scraps to the worms."...
  • Datebook

    MAY 2 Garden show: The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden's annual L.A. Garden Show will focus on edible gardening. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 2 and 3. 301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia. (626) 821-3243; www.arboretum.org. Bauer sale: Bauer...
  • Helpful sites and stores for a home redo

    Helpful sites and stores for a home redo
    The Home staff has culled recommendations from the architects, interior designers and do-it-yourselfers featured in this section to compile this list of resources for anyone planning to remodel, redecorate or otherwise turn his or her home into a work...
  • READY TO SCHOOL YOU

    READY TO SCHOOL YOU
    THEY say there isn't a rivalry. There are more than a dozen schools in L.A. County that teach fashion design, but Otis and FIDM, as the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising is known, are the biggest and the best. Both have main campuses...
  • Slovenian wines to watch

    The Times panel held a blind tasting of wines from two of Slovenia's wine regions: Primorska (near Friuli, Italy) and Podravje (which borders Austria's Steiermark region). The white wines -- most colored a distinctive bright yellow -- included six...
  • What's past is perfect for her brassy alto

    What's past is perfect for her brassy alto
    NEW YORK — Slender actresses nibbling on red meat are a tired trope of celebrity profiles, but an artist's gustatory cravings rarely reveal anything about her character. But what Amy Winehouse ordered before a recent sold-out show at the Bowery...
  • Coachella presents a day full of pivotal moments

    For Los Angeles bands, Coachella is almost a hometown gig, despite its distance in miles and mind-set from the city. During the Silversun Pickups' performance on the main stage Friday afternoon, singer Brian Aubert told the crowd that the band has been on...
  • Ball-Nogues makes architecture for the moment

    Ball-Nogues makes architecture for the moment
    For an architecture firm with only four years' experience, it's surprising how much attention Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues have received. "It's a little crazy," says Ball, 41. "And it puts a little pressure on us because people seem to have higher...
  • Here's how Japan's brews stack up

    I was joined at an informal tasting by Los Angeles Times Magazine acting editor Leslie Brenner and Food assistant editor Betty Hallock. We tasted the following craft beers available at Los Angeles-area stores. (Note: Supplies are limited, and some...
  • Industrial strength styling

    Industrial strength styling
    IS "20th century industrial chic" an actual design style? No matter. This two-bedroom, 2 1/2-bath- room Silver Lake dandy is definitely one of a kind. This house is not for those who are seeking warm and fuzzy. There's no cuddling up to exposed pipes and...
  • Southern California has its jamón ibérico

    Southern California has its jamón ibérico
    INTRICATELY marbled dark mahogany folds of ham, each with a generous edge of satiny cured fat, peel off the antique slicer at the Cheese Store of Beverly Hills. This is jamón ibérico, the legendary dry-cured Spanish ham that until last December was...