When it comes to proximity to good food, not all court locations are equal. If you're lucky (well, relatively so), you'll be assigned to Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center on Temple Street the next time you receive a summons calling you to your civic duty. It's adjacent to the new-ish Gr ... More >>
The planned overhaul of Grand Central Market isn't particularly visible as of yet. It's currently undergoing a cleaning at night when the market is closed, but for the most part it remains lovably shabby, and many of the food stalls are empty.
The Grand Central Market has been getting a major makeover: a fresh coat of paint, polished floors, WiFi, power outlets and new vendors. "We have empty stalls and we are trying to fill them with new flavors, new cuisines and new tastes," Christophe Farber, the director of business development for th ... More >>
Johnny Lee started using a wok at the age of ten. The San Gabriel Valley native studied business administration in college, but ended up taking a job at a Chinese restaurant in Colorado after graduation. He moved back to Los Angeles, did stints at the Flying Pig Truck and Rivera, and is now the chef ... More >>
"Looking for love in all the wrong places..." You guys remember that 1980 Johnny Lee song, right? We'd like to nominate it as LAUSD's new anthem, in light of the avalanche of allegations of inappropriate contact between students and teachers that have emerged over the last few months. Gabriela Co ... More >>
Kids today have outgrown Hansel and Gretel. They need Salome.
The cowboy culture inside the LAPD’s 77th Street Division