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  • The Find: Cafecito Organico

    The Find: Cafecito Organico
    The corner of Heliotrope and Melrose might be the new cutting edge for bargain-basement culinary delights. Right next to avant-garde ice creamery Scoops is the second branch of Cafecito Organico. You can get your two scoops of experimental beet-cashew and salty mascarpone ice cream for $3, then walk next door and get an individually dripped, single-origin mug of coffee for $2.50. It's complete gustatory bliss for not that much more than the price of a Happy Meal.
  • Market Watch: Newly reopened Malibu farmers market celebrating its10th anniversary

    Market Watch: Newly reopened Malibu farmers market celebrating its10th anniversary
    Next week will mark the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Malibu farmers market, an institution that has aroused considerable controversy. Zoning glitches in 2005 led to its closure, which was extended into a five-year hiatus by wrangling over...

    At Test Kitchen, the menu is in constant flux

    At Test Kitchen, the menu is in constant flux
    The dimly lighted dining room pulses with gritty hip-hop and clanking silverware as diners eagerly await what's being constructed in a kitchen filled with tattooed chefs, steam and sharp focus. A bartender wearing blinged-out earrings swaggers over to a...

    The Review: Cleo at the Redbury Hotel

    The Review: Cleo at the Redbury Hotel
    This, after all, being Hollywood, if SBE's Sam Nazarian is going to name a restaurant for the queen of Egypt, it's obligatory to vamp it up a little. Set in the crimson Redbury Hotel, a stone's throw from Hollywood and Vine, Cleo references the alluring...

    Paul Sawyer dies at 75; Unitarian Universalist minister, peace and social justice activist

    Paul Sawyer dies at 75; Unitarian Universalist minister, peace and social justice activist
    The Rev. Paul Sawyer, a Unitarian Universalist minister and peace and social justice activist whose landmark, onion-shaped former sanctuary in the San Fernando Valley was the site of one of the Merry Pranksters' famous "Acid Test" gatherings in the 1960s,...