Babita's:  Go down San Gabriel Boulevard, past the repeating strip malls of this part of the SGV, and you'll find, on a badly lit and oddly desolate corner, a tiny restaurant where one should not be. Open the doors to the place and you'll transition from utter doubt to instant pleasure. Here you will sit at a quiet table in a small room with few of them, in an unexpectedly formal atmosphere -- candlelight, tablecloths -- and find yourself being poured wine and served chef-owner Roberto…

Babita's: Go down San Gabriel Boulevard, past the repeating strip malls of this part of the SGV, and you'll find, on a badly lit and oddly desolate corner, a tiny restaurant where one should not be. Open the doors to the place and you'll transition from utter doubt to instant pleasure. Here you will sit at a quiet table in a small room with few of them, in an unexpectedly formal atmosphere -- candlelight, tablecloths -- and find yourself being poured wine and served chef-owner Roberto…

4th reason why you should go travel the world, 'you can appreciate what the Dalai Lama is talking about'...

4th reason why you should go travel the world, 'you can appreciate what the Dalai Lama is talking about'...

Cooks County - amazing restaurant on Beverly.  Come to Sundays at Lark for my favorite dishes!

Cooks County - amazing restaurant on Beverly. Come to Sundays at Lark for my favorite dishes!

#silverlake picks for #dineLA Restaurant Week | January 20-31, 2014 | Discover #LosAngeles

#silverlake picks for #dineLA Restaurant Week | January 20-31, 2014 | Discover #LosAngeles

Authentic and Fresh Vietnamese on LA BREA nonglacafe.com

Authentic and Fresh Vietnamese on LA BREA nonglacafe.com

Simi Valley Elementary School teacher Florence Johnson visits a migrant farm camp on the Hacienda Sinaloa ranch off present day Madera Road in the 1930s.  She is standing approximately where my childhome still stands today on Milan St. cul-de-sac.  Mrs. Johnson taught school to the large Mexican migrant population in Simi Valley during the 30's-40's.  In 1845, it was Mexico, many of these family were already here.

Simi Valley Elementary School teacher Florence Johnson visits a migrant farm camp on the Hacienda Sinaloa ranch off present day Madera Road in the 1930s. She is standing approximately where my childhome still stands today on Milan St. cul-de-sac. Mrs. Johnson taught school to the large Mexican migrant population in Simi Valley during the 30's-40's. In 1845, it was Mexico, many of these family were already here.

Vito's Pizza for the most authentic New York style pies in LA.  846 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Grove 310.652.6859 vitopizza.com

Vito's Pizza for the most authentic New York style pies in LA. 846 N La Cienega Blvd, Beverly Grove 310.652.6859 vitopizza.com

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