24-year-old Fernando Castillo's attempted robbery of a computer monitor quickly went from dumb to dumber.
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The Pico-Rivera local tells us a brick-and-mortar might be around the bend.
Tongues wag as The Commander in Chief goes to one of San Francisco's last restaurant's serving the banned delicacy.
The L.A. Times critic feels the Silverton-Batali food is identical to the original, but that the room has been stripped of its soul.
Coming in across from Coral Tree Cafe, this next phase of burritofication actually makes sense.
New stand alone eateries cannot be built within a half-mile of one another, while a joke recipe makes a lot of people see red.
The latest potential trend in teenage drinking emerges, while food safety is discussed in the government.
Gavin Newsom might repeal a happy meal ban in NorCal, while lobbyists fight a fast food moratorium in SoCal.
Owner Dan Miller says the charges could be "the final straw," while his wife calls them "extortion."
A brand new beer maker takes home honors at The Great American Beer Festival, while a jazz musician points out his favorite eating spots in L.A.
A serious rocker would love to devote an eatery to the hotter things in life, while a PIco-Rivera restaurant earns a million dollar commission.
After their helicopter was shot down, British troops lived off canned meat.
Jonathan Gold gets assurance his favorite still rings true, and Patrick Kuh visits a 50-year old Pico-Rivera classic.
Zapien's gets nods for Best Mexican Restaurant, but tipped the scales itself.