This year's L.A. Film Festival kicked off on June 14 with an eclectic lineup of programs and screenings, albeit scant on food films. Luckily the festival's two food-centric films both screen Wednesday night at L.A. Live, so you can make a night of it, save a few bucks on parking, gas, etc.
So many apps, so much food, so little time. The latest fun food app is called Chefs Feed, which was released yesterday by Credible, Inc., and it's sort of like an aggregate of all those Bon Appétit back pages where your favorite chef told you what they liked to eat on their own time. The Los Angele ... More >>
K. Robbins The place: Miru 8691, 9162 W Olympic Blvd, Beverly Hills (310-777-8378) The hours: Daily, 5-9:30pm The deals: From the website, "Drive off town to search for cheap eats or put your self out on the street with food truck or Drive back to Beverly Hills and enjoy 16 oz Sapporo for ... More >>
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A Virgin America flight from LAX to New York's JFK over the weekend turned out to be a 16-hour "fight from hell," some passengers told the New York Post (spotted at LABizObserved). The drama on Saturday happened when the weather at JFK was too poor for the plane to land. It circled above New ... More >>
During the President's health care speech two days ago, the shared experience that is the realtime Internet reacted to a perfect Twitter-fodder event -- Joe Wilson's "you lie" outburst -- with a surprising amount of conversation about the real issue in the room, health care reform. This realtime 2 ... More >>
SoCal native and the "Golden God of Tech" Michael Arrington was born and raised in Huntington Beach so it came as no surprise that the L.A. contingent was out in full-force at this year's Techcrunch Crunchup Real Time Conference and summer party at the August Capital offices in Palo Alto. There for ... More >>
State turns instead to manufacturing ships, suits, even diapers