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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

What could be more scary than an Echo Park hipster?

Councilman Eric Garcetti and his partner, Amy Wakeland, are in need of a scarecrow to protect the crops they grow in their large, hillside garden in Elysian Heights, notes a story on the couple in Edible Los Angeles. A straw-stuffed figure, however, is not what Wakeland has in mind.

“I‘m thinking about going down to one of the thrift shops and
dressing the mannequin as a hipster.”

The story is not online yet. But it does mention that besides organic, homegrown produce, the Garcetti-Wakeland fridge is stocked with Wolfgang Puck broth, Simply Orange juice, Pomi strained tomatoes, Ramona chocolate ice cream, Smart Wrap burritos and Amy’s brand frozen pizzas.


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