Iron Chef Michael Symon Buys Venice Loft; Randy Moss Pops His Top at a Mom ‘N Pop Restaurant

• Look out, Cleveland: Ohio-based Iron Chef Michael Symon is going Hollywood. He just bought a loft in Venice. [LAT]

• Henry Earl Duncan, accused of brutally killing his supervisor at an LAX restaurant in 1986 to rob it of $2,100, is having his death sentence changed to life imprisonment. [Daily Breeze]

• The producers of the new Hawaii 5-0 are bringing back villain Wo Fat. Tapped to play him: The chairman from Iron Chef America. [Star-Advertiser]

• The real reason Randy Moss was cut from the Minnesota Vikings: he lashed out at a catered meal from a local mom ‘n’ pop restaurant, reportedly saying “Who ordered this crap? I wouldn’t feed this to my dog.” [ESPN]

Law & Order: Los Angeles shot a scene inside of Encounters restaurant at LAX. [L.A. Times]

• Aw, do we have to? Today begins The American Heart Association’s “Start Eating Healthy Day.” [L.A. Times]

• A waitress working 35 years at Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner in Buena Park cannot afford to keep a car on $9.99 plus tips and bicycles two miles to and from work everyday. [L.A. Times]

• In Detroit, more than half a million residents find it easier to get fast-food than real groceries. But a new truck aims to solve the problem of these so-called food deserts. [NPR]

• The San Francisco Board of Supervisors gave preliminary approval to a move that would ban fast-food toy giveaways unless the meals met certain nutritional requirements. [SF Chron]

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