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Restaurant Will Pay $28K Fine After Knowingly Serving Whale Meat
The makers of
helped undercover agents order the sushi back in 2010.
Protests in Uganda Over Food Prices; Lap-Band Maker Wants to Target Teens
Allergan, the company behind the quick-fix for weight-loss, wants to market the product to kids as young as fourteen.
Gardena Seafood Source To Plead Guilty on Whale Meat Charge
Ginichi Y. Ohira will admit to a court that he had been illegally importing whale meat from Japan.
Openings and Closings
In Case You Missed It
A rundown of what’s open and closed in 2010.
Speaking of Fights…
The Top 10 Food Fights of 2010.
Typhoon Sweeps The Hump Under The Rug By Opening Pan-Am Room
Pan-Latin cuisine and ceviche will be served, along with a big tequila selection.
Charges Might Be Dropped on Whale Meat Crime
An investigation is still open, even if The Hump is cleared for now.
S. M. Daily Press Chortles
at Dead Whales and Triple Homicide
Bad jokes about pregnant murder victims are out-of-touch given a recent neighborhood tragedy.
‘True Story’ Behind The Hump Bust on KCRW Tomorrow
Hear the undercover activist who slipped an endangered edible into her purse discuss the sting.
Local Cheesemonger Writes Memoir; A Happy Meal Does Not Decompose After One Year
The Hump Closes Itself as a ‘Self-Imposed Punishment’
Busted for serving whale meat, the Santa Monica airport’s sushi restaurant shutters.
The Hump Says ‘Sorry’ to Whale Lovers
The Santa Monica restaurant busted for serving illegal whale meat issues a public statement.
Team Brings Pennywise and Reel Big Fish to Protest The Hump
A Santa Monica sushi restaurant is ready to pay a fine for selling whale meat while a protest looms.
The Gold Watch
Jonathan Gold’s Brother Goes After The Hump for Whale Crimes
Mark Gold runs Heal the Bay and wants The Hump closed after selling whale meat.
Filmmakers Bust Restaurant for Serving Whale
The Hump restaurant could face criminal charges for an illegal delicacy.