Have you hugged a jazz musician today? You should. For the second year in a row, April 30th has been declared International Jazz Day by no less a reputable organization than the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. This year's host city is Istanbul.
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The North American Sogetsu Seminar is like the Olympics of flower arranging (though, of course, only for North America). Held once every four years in a different North ... More >>
In this episode of Squid Ink's Venn Food Diagrams, we study Mexican food. Why? Well, because deep down, every single person in this city has a soft spot for the stuff. Whether it be Americanized or not, fajitas or tacos de guisado -- a taco is the archetypal Angeleno meal. In this city, a taco is ea ... More >>
B. HansenLotería Grill's green mole taco
AltaMed's sixth annual East LA Meets Napa wine and food tasting July 8 at Union Station will focus on a single Mexican state, Michoacán.
Last fall, UNESCO named Mexican cuisine an intangible cultural heritage of humanity (France is the only other ... More >>
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At long last there is validation for those of us who find the beauty of a multi-course French meal (avec wine pairings bien sûr) on par with the Great Barrier Reef or the Walled City of Baku.
UNESCO, the UN cultural organization, which designates cultural and natural s ... More >>