It's nearing the lunch hour, you're browsing Yelp and scouring the blogs. You come across a post on the closure of a long-admired restaurant in your community. "Rent increase ... management reorganization ... menu changes," the owner shares. Before the owner can clear out the sauce-stained aprons on ... More >>
While fro-yo pioneer Pinkberry has experienced a chill in the Los Angeles market over the past year or so (the West Hollywood, Venice, Hollywood and Los Feliz locations have all closed), two of its imitators are making inroads: Yogurtland and Menchie's.
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In a Whopper of a deal, Burger King stays at LAX for now.A world class city deserves world-class food at its international airport, right? After all, LAX saw nearly 7.8 million international passenger arrivals through June of this year. What kind of cuisine to they see, smell and taste? Burge ... More >>
When we heard that Tune in Tokyo was throwing their holiday bash in City of Industry, we were a bit perplexed. After all the San Gabriel Valley city is a good half-hour drive from the monthly Jpop/Jrock party's Little Tokyo digs. Then we found out that it was to be held at purikura studio Kira Kira ... More >>
Erinn EichingerNew Zealand Natural Tart green tea or mint chocolate? Icy or creamy? Fresh fruit or mochi and lychee for toppings? For frozen yogurt aficionados, these are key elements in what makes a good cup of fro-yo. And serious frozen yogurt fans can be just as cultish in their loyalty ... More >>
Slumdance Film Festival It was all Slumdog, all the time at the 81st Academy Awards, or so it seemed. DHD, VarietyNo L.A. Rustbelt Yet Manufacturing is still the king of L.A. County's economy -- even if people see less of it around -- according to an ombudsman from the L.A. Economic Development Corp ... More >>