Over 1.7 million Angelenos faced hunger issues in 2009, more than any other county in the country.
The departed actress once told the nightclub's owner that it was her favorite pub.
Japan's government reports its food is safe from radiation as ramen is shipped in to feed survivors of the recent earthquake and tsunami.
44 million people have gone into poverty due to rising food costs, says The World Bank.
In other news, Guy Fieri teams up with Jeff Bridges to fight childhood hunger.
In other news, Pepsi and Jamba Juice have both gone very green.
Chickens may have the ability to feel empathy, so consider that next time you dive into a box of McNuggets.
LAX's Terminal Four may get Ludo Vite, a take on the French chef's food truck.
A battle over bottling brews in Libya, while John Sedlar's latest restaurant gets a positive nod from The L.A. Times.
66% of those polled in L.A. would refuse a scoop of the stuff, while a $180 sandwich is being sold in England.
Rumor is the Mad Men star shot a sixties-flavored episode.
LAX's Encounter restaurant gets a nod, while a pizza shop owner is accused of terrorizing his competition.
A couple ties the knot at a burger chain, while the sandwich franchise opens its 600th L.A. store.
The owner of Lomita's Thyme Contemporary Cafe, a suspect in the death of his wife, tries leaping to his death while pursued by cops.
A New Zealand food festival plans to supply a strange libation, while local shoppers are hit hard at the grocery store.
The Catalan chef has a heart-attack in Singapore, while the great singer deprives herself of ham hocks and pig's feet.
The rapper admits he has a weakness for junk food.
The report reveals that L.A.'s restaurant industry continues to grow, but possibly at the expense of the people who make restaurants work.
Kobe makes a fast-break for the border, while Rudy Martinez still has a sushi roll dedicated to his political rival.
A report drops on just how much "discretionary funding" is going to Pacific Dining Car and E3rd Steakhouse.