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Curbside Tacos: Leo’s Taco Truck, Tacos La Guera, Los Originales Tacos Arabes de Puebla, and Mariscos Jalisco

As far as taco capitals north of the border, it’s hard to beat Los Angeles. Often called the largest Mexican city outside of Mexico, the city is home to an intimidating array of tacos styles served in fast-casual spots, full-service restaurants, makeshift corner setups and food trucks. 797 more words


Tacos de Papa at Taquerias El Atacor #11

Why haven’t you had deep-fried tacos yet?  Is that Because you know that hard-shelled tacos blow?  You are correct on that count, but these fried potato tacos are a different breed. 88 more words


Happy New Year Baby

“Happy New Year Baby,” written by Paul Politi and George Garcia, issued as a 1965 single by The Sisters,  Rosella, Ersi, and Mary Arvizu from East LA. 59 more words


30,000 Pray For Peace During 84th Annual Our Lady Of Guadulupe Procession In East LA

EAST LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) —  A massive crowd — estimated to number 30,000 — prayed for peace, mourned, danced and shed tears during the 84th annual Our Lady Of Guadulupe procession in East LA. 213 more words


LA River bridges tour, part 4

So to finish up my little tour of the LA River bridges downtown, I walked the Olympic Boulevard Viaduct, originally called the Ninth Street Viaduct (1925), and the Washington Boulevard Bridge (1931) on two separate occasions. 276 more words

Man Arrested After Pursuit In Downey

DOWNEY (CBSLA.com) — A man has been arrested after leading the California Highway Patrol on a high-speed pursuit that ended in Downey.

According to the CHP, officers tried to pull over a two-door silver Infinity sedan about 6:40 p.m.  77 more words


2 Young Brothers Fatally Shot, 1 Injured In Attack In An East LA Park

EAST LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com)  Two young brothers were killed and another person was wounded during a shooting attack Sunday at the Ruben Salazar Park in East Los Angeles. 348 more words