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Feria de los Moles This Weekend: Puebla vs. Oaxaca

6 years ago by Daina Beth Solomon
Last year's Feria de los Moles (or Mole Fair) at L.A.'s Olvera Street drew 30,000 people -- and with good reason. The annual event, now in its fifth year and happening Sunday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., celebrates this classic Mexican dish with food, music, dance, workshops,...

Affectionate Slice-of-Life En el Séptimo Día Faces Hard Choices and the American Dream

8 months ago by Monica Castillo
En el Séptimo Día carefully observes the men’s world in realistic details, pausing to appreciate what we might only half pay attention to if we were living this.

Where to Get Loco on Cinco de Mayo

10 months ago by Lina Lecaro
Prepare for tacos, tequila and a treacherous hangover at these hot Cinco de Mayo parties in L.A.

Six Great Spots to Eat and Drink on Cinco de Mayo

10 months ago by Jessica Hamlin
LA has no shortage of places to celebrate Mexican cuisine and culture. From street vendors to old school standbys to modern eateries, we got it all. Olvera Street, while crawling with tourists, is also filled with history. This is by no means an exhaustive list of all LA has to offer, but here are some fun, festive and tasty places to eat, drink and be merry on Cinco de Mayo this year.

14 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

10 months ago by LA Weekly
From whiskey and wine tastings to fried chicken and vegan festivals, Mexican folk dancing and traditional Japanese drumming paired with mochi-making, and a pop-up dedicated to happiness and an art book market, here are the 14 best things to do in Los Angeles this week!

Here's Where to Find Some of L.A.'s Best Cheap Eats

12 months ago by Kayvan Gabbay
Los Angeles is ripe with culinary riches, from gourmet fine dining joints to casual, quick-service cafes. The city is also home to a diversity of cheap eats. The following are merely a few of our favorites that run the gamut from regional Mexican food to soulful Israeli cuisine.

French Technique and the Sea Inform Babita's Gourmet Mexican Food

1 year ago by Kayvan Gabbay
Chef Roberto Berrelleza grew up in bucolic Topolobampo, a tropical fishing port in northwestern Sinaloa, Mexico. That helps to explain the heavy emphasis on fresh seafood on Babita's menu.

10 Cheap and Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week

1 year ago by LA Weekly
A free art fest in the Valley, a chance to play with clay at the Craft and Folk Art Museum, a free mole fest in Grand Park, and more to do and see in L.A. this week for 8 bucks or less. Horror! Action! Comedy! Beyond Fest brings together new...

18 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

1 year ago by LA Weekly
Beyond Fest takes over the Egyptian, a daylong festival celebrates a most delicious of Mexican sauces, Stranger Things gets a live musical tribute, and more fun stuff to do and see in L.A. this week. fri 9/29 Horror! Action! Comedy! Beyond Fest brings together new and classic genre films for...

Behind the Scenes at Occupy Democrats, the Left Wing's Answer to Fake News

1 year ago by Brittany Shammas
The site is now the leading political page on the left — and wields more influence, at least on Facebook, than virtually any other news source in America.


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