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Guisados update -- new menu items


The opening of Guisados DTLA, the third outpost of Armando de la Torre’s best-in-class taco shop, is a good occasion to revisit and try a couple new things. 230 more words

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Celebrate The East LA Mexican Independence Day Parade 2014

By Sarah Carroll

Mexico’s Independence Day doesn’t take place until Tuesday, September 16, but East LA is getting the party started early with its parade and street festival this Sunday (September 7). 135 more words

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New East LA Charter School Named For First Latina Astronaut

EAST LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — At East LA’s newest middle school, the name on the wall belongs to a pioneer and a dreamer who was born in Los Angeles. 268 more words

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L.A. Starbucks location labeled the 'most depressing in America'

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (PIX11/KTLA) – With no plush maroon chairs or cozy corners to gather in, it is no surprise that Angelenos are calling a new Starbucks in the Highland Park neighborhood of L.A. 203 more words

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The Best Burrito In Los Angeles (So Far)

Not long ago, my friend Kurt Koller wrote an excellent blog entry about our failed attempt to secure and eat what LA Weekly calls the best burrito in Los Angeles. 507 more words

Off-Duty LAPD Officer Accused Of Aiming Gun At Driver During Road-Rage Confrontation

MONTEREY PARK (CBSLA.com) — An off-duty LAPD officer is being accused of aiming her gun at another driver during an incident of road rage in East Los Angeles just after 5 p.m. 248 more words

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Motorists Pass Time During Hourslong 5 Freeway Closure by Playing Texas Hold 'Em

Hundreds of motorists were trapped for hours on a portion of the 5 Freeway near downtown Friday when it was shut down during rush hour as authorities tried to rescue a man standing on a ledge of an overpass. 113 more words

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