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Mouth-Watering Cookies That Basically Taste Like A Jewish Deli


The sun is low now, the rescue plane is circling above your amnestic head, the glassy empty green water, the exotic and mysterious jungle which shelters and conceals your only friend on this island, the soothing jingle of chains just out of sight. 365 more words


Come on Down!

Week 42

My sister, Laura, loves television and film. Don’t even try to beat her at any kind of trivia that deals with the subject. The girl doesn’t need Google to search for answers. 1,157 more words

President Obama Makes Surprise Stop At Canter’s Deli

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — President Barack Obama Thursday made a surprise visit to a famous Southland deli.

The president stopped at Canter’s Deli, 419 N. Fairfax Avenue, where he mingled with patrons for an impromptu lunch. 150 more words


Such A Treat

Growing up, trips to Los Angeles were a big treat. We only went a few times a year, and always for a specific reason like seeing a play or shopping in the Garment District. 690 more words



I am stuck in my old hometown. Not a big fan on this place. It went from a hick town to a bro town. Once a small town, this place has grown and gotten impacted over the span of my little life. 694 more words


Out with the Old....

The Fairfax district is going through some changes. When I was growing up, Fairfax was a largely Jewish neighborhood with a bunch of delicatessens and kosher markets…. 547 more words

LA History


“Everybody needs a place to rest; everybody wants to have a home. Don’t make no difference what nobody says, ain’t nobody like to be alone. Everybody got a hungry heart.“ We may not have all been born to run, but The Boss eloquently expresses our appetite for love and belonging, with a rousing sing-along chorus. 343 more words