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Know Your Farmers' Market: Sundays in Hollywood

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The Hollywood Farmers Market is one of the most popular weekly street markets in Los Angeles. Set up on Ivar Avenue & Selma Avenue between Hollywood Blvd and Sunset Boulevard every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., the market is as much a social scene as it is a hub for chefs and shoppers stocking up on farm-fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers, and much, much more--even live animals.

There's a reason why word that the HFM might have to minimize or move around ruffled locals and loyalists alike, and relief that the market stands as is for its weekly run.

We sent out our contributor Mud Baron with his iPhone to capture some of the beautiful market bounty from some of the stands at this impressive market. You'll find him there some summer Sundays with the students of Pasadena's John Muir High School, who run Muir Ranch, a flower farm and CSA, who have their flowers and CSA subscriptions for sale at their booth.