Love potion, kid power, cartoon literalism and more!
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MLK Day, Henry Oden, Pancho Villa/Panco Vilja and more!
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First things first, I hope everyone had a safe and happy palindrome day yesterday — 01022010. (Thanks, infodiva.) If you start to notice more penny-pinching out-of-towners crowding your favorite taqueria, Bi-Rite or Tartine, blame the...
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Tagged Bi-Rite, easel, Fun-derful Holidaze, Los Angeles Times, Mr. Yoohoo's Holiday, palindrome, Sherlock Holmes, taqueria, tartine, The Greatest Bubble on Earth, Yes Sweet Can