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Original description from KCET: Profiled are Umberto Galvez who opened the first El Pollo Loco and is now behind an expanding chain of Mexican, fast service food restaurants, Pescado Mojado; and Deborah Mcduff is the chef/owner of Art’n Barbee, a combination art gallery and restaurant in Silver Lake. The video essay illuminates the Grand Central Market as a microcosm of cultural diversity in Los Angeles. A brief history also provides a contet for the frequently overlooked drama played out daily in its hundreds of stalls.
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