Articles in the “food” category

Food And Agriculture Workers Can Now Get Vaccinated In LA County

Food And Agriculture Workers Can Now Get Vaccinated In LA County

What you need to know about the rules and procedures.

A Totally Bananas Idea? Planting Tropical Fruit Trees To Help Fight California Wildfires

A Totally Bananas Idea? Planting Tropical Fruit Trees To Help Fight California Wildfires

They're beautiful, grow delicious fruit, and are so moist that they could potentially work to protect against fires. Could large scale banana plantings be the solution to some of our fire woes?

California Businesses Won't Have To Pay Liquor License Renewal Fees

California Businesses Won't Have To Pay Liquor License Renewal Fees

SB94 also helps salons. It prohibits the state from collecting renewal fees for barbering and cosmetology licenses.

22 Great SoCal Coffee Subscriptions From Local, Indie Roasters

22 Great SoCal Coffee Subscriptions From Local, Indie Roasters

Because your coffee, like Agent Cooper's, should be damn good.

Long Beach Is The Soft, Doughy Center Of LA's Bread Renaissance

Long Beach Is The Soft, Doughy Center Of LA's Bread Renaissance

We are in the middle of a bread renaissance, a golden age of carbs and the humble loaf is finally getting the respect it deserves.

A New Bill Could Make The Pandemic's Outdoor Dining Rules Permanent And Cut Red Tape For Restaurants

A New Bill Could Make The Pandemic's Outdoor Dining Rules Permanent And Cut Red Tape For Restaurants

SB314 would expanded outdoor seating areas, streamline the liquor licensing process and allow cities to create open container zones.

A Few Local-ish Wines For Your SoCal Valentine's Day

A Few Local-ish Wines For Your SoCal Valentine's Day

Maybe you've already consumed plenty of wine during this pandemic. Here's an excuse to drink some more. But classy.

The Pandemic Pushed Home Cooks To Up Their Game -- And It's Changing LA's Food Scene

The Pandemic Pushed Home Cooks To Up Their Game -- And It's Changing LA's Food Scene

The law hasn't stopped culinary entrepreneurs from trying to make ends meet -- or hungry Angelenos from supporting scrappy local chefs.

A Food-Centric Valentine's Day Gift Guide For The Pandemic Era

A Food-Centric Valentine's Day Gift Guide For The Pandemic Era

How do you celebrate love in lockdown? We rounded up some of L.A.'s tastiest treats. Cupid, meet COVID-19.

Ralphs And Food 4 Less Plan Store Closures In Long Beach Following City's New Grocery Worker Pay Mandate

Ralphs And Food 4 Less Plan Store Closures In Long Beach Following City's New Grocery Worker Pay Mandate

After the city's move to require a temporary $4-per-hour pay bump for many grocery workers, large chains are responding with store closures and layoffs.

Restaurants Can Resume Outdoor Dining  -- With These Restrictions

Restaurants Can Resume Outdoor Dining -- With These Restrictions

Employees must wear a face mask and a face shield. Tables must be 8 feet apart. And TV's must be turned off.

Restaurants Can Reopen Friday With Restrictions -- But What Will They Be?

Restaurants Can Reopen Friday With Restrictions -- But What Will They Be?

Many restaurants are planning to wait out the weekend -- especially with a rainstorm coming -- and evaluate the new safety protocols.

The LAist Pizzapedia: An In-Depth Guide To LA's Many Varieties of Pizza And Where To Find Them -- Vol. 1

The LAist Pizzapedia: An In-Depth Guide To LA's Many Varieties of Pizza And Where To Find Them -- Vol. 1

Detroit. Chicago. New York. California. Sicily. Naples. Rome. Fusion. Frozen. We take a deep dive into a doughy subject.

RIP: Wah's Golden Hen And 101 Coffee Shop

RIP: Wah's Golden Hen And 101 Coffee Shop

2020 couldn't bid farewell without another couple kicks in our collective teeth.

How Are Restaurant Workers Doing As 2020 Ends?

How Are Restaurant Workers Doing As 2020 Ends?

Anyone who has ever worked a service job can tell you that the customer isn't always right. But during a pandemic, customer entitlement can endanger restaurant workers' lives.

The Outdoor Dining Ban Will Stay In Place Until At Least February

The Outdoor Dining Ban Will Stay In Place Until At Least February

An appeals court verdict that says the temporary ban on outdoor dining at restaurants in L.A. County can stay in place halts a judge's decision from early December.

How Noa Noa Place Turned A Boyle Heights Sports Bar Into A Queer Latinx Hub -- In The Middle Of A Pandemic

How Noa Noa Place Turned A Boyle Heights Sports Bar Into A Queer Latinx Hub -- In The Middle Of A Pandemic

There's more than money at stake in this new space where alcohol-infused aguas frescas meet luchador-level swagger.

A Farewell To El Gran Burrito, East Hollywood's Perfect Late-Night Pit-Stop

A Farewell To El Gran Burrito, East Hollywood's Perfect Late-Night Pit-Stop

What's so great about clean lines anyway? As L.A. becomes more homogenized and polished, an urban planner reflects on what we've lost.

Basking In The Basque History Of Hottinger's Meat Market In Chino

Basking In The Basque History Of Hottinger's Meat Market In Chino

Founded in 1948 by a Swiss immigrant, the intimate butcher shop has been owned by the same family for four generations.

More SoCal Restaurants Are Openly Defying The Outdoor Dining Ban

More SoCal Restaurants Are Openly Defying The Outdoor Dining Ban

From Temecula to Solvang, businesses are pushing back -- and the heart of the resistance seems to be in Orange County.

Even During A Pandemic, Food Halls Just Keep Opening

Even During A Pandemic, Food Halls Just Keep Opening

COVID-19 has threatened their explosive growth, but Southern California's food halls keep fighting to make it work.

A History Of Food And Chaos Bonds LA's Salvadoran Community

A History Of Food And Chaos Bonds LA's Salvadoran Community

In the perpetually crisis-challenged lives of Salvadoran families like mine, food has always been there for us.

Judge Overturns LA County's Outdoor Dining Ban -- But You Still Can't Eat Outside

Judge Overturns LA County's Outdoor Dining Ban -- But You Still Can't Eat Outside

That's because the regional stay-at-home order currently blanketing SoCal also bans outdoor dining and it overrides any countywide orders.

Why Is Outdoor Dining Closed Everywhere In Southern California Except Manhattan Beach?

Why Is Outdoor Dining Closed Everywhere In Southern California Except Manhattan Beach?

Manhattan Beach has reclassified outdoor dining as "public seating areas" to get around the county ban.

A Mostly Local, Mostly Affordable, Foodish Holiday Gift Guide So You Can Eat (And Drink) Your 2020 Feelings

A Mostly Local, Mostly Affordable, Foodish Holiday Gift Guide So You Can Eat (And Drink) Your 2020 Feelings

Crazy cookbooks. Face-melting hot sauces. Artisanal boba. Fresh kimchi. Tamale kits. Locally-roasted coffee.

After A Catastrophic Start, The $30,000 Restaurant Aid Program Relaunches On Monday

After A Catastrophic Start, The $30,000 Restaurant Aid Program Relaunches On Monday

The new portal will accept applications until December 8 at 5 p.m. or until 2,500 applications are received -- whichever comes first

Cities Might Ditch LA County's Health Department Over The Outdoor Dining Ban

Cities Might Ditch LA County's Health Department Over The Outdoor Dining Ban

Beverly Hills. Lancaster. West Covina. Whittier. They top a growing list of cities who are thinking of launching their own health departments.

LA's Ghost Kitchens Aren't An Illusion -- But Beware Of Phantom Branding

LA's Ghost Kitchens Aren't An Illusion -- But Beware Of Phantom Branding

They live and die by delivery. Without a location, are they building sustainable brands or just offering fancy catering?

LA County Launches A Grant Program For Struggling Restaurants -- But How Many Will Qualify?

LA County Launches A Grant Program For Struggling Restaurants -- But How Many Will Qualify?

Restaurants located in the city of L.A. can't apply for the $30,000 grants.

COVID On The Menu: How Failed Contact Tracing Leaves Diners in the Dark

COVID On The Menu: How Failed Contact Tracing Leaves Diners in the Dark

Public health researchers believe restaurants are among the most common places to get infected with COVID-19 but contact tracing has been so lackluster that few health departments have been able to link disease clusters to in-person dining.

Pasadena Will Keep Outdoor Dining Open -- For Now

Pasadena Will Keep Outdoor Dining Open -- For Now

Officials could change course but if they don't, it will be a major policy break between the city and the county.

LA Supervisor Says She'll Fight New County Order Banning Dine-In Restaurant Service

LA Supervisor Says She'll Fight New County Order Banning Dine-In Restaurant Service

Kathryn Barger says she'll oppose the newly revised public health order that bans in-person dining for the next three weeks.

 It's A Round Robin Thanksgiving For One Family Trying To Stay Safe During Covid

It's A Round Robin Thanksgiving For One Family Trying To Stay Safe During Covid

One SoCal family is resorting to round robin-style porch drops of food. 

10 PM Statewide Curfew For Restaurants And Bars In The Purple Tier

10 PM Statewide Curfew For Restaurants And Bars In The Purple Tier

The new overnight stay-at-home order for all California counties in the Purple tier is similar to the one L.A. County announced two days ago.

Here's What LA County's New Restrictions Mean For Restaurants (And Bars And Breweries And...)

Here's What LA County's New Restrictions Mean For Restaurants (And Bars And Breweries And...)

A 10 p.m. curfew. Outdoor dining limited to 50% capacity. No large gatherings.

Bakers & Baristas In Survival Mode Is Tastier Than Most Places When They're Fully Operational

Bakers & Baristas In Survival Mode Is Tastier Than Most Places When They're Fully Operational

The Cerritos cafe fuses Filipino cuisine, fine dining and Fruity Pebbles. (Plus, heroic resourcefulness.)

Veterans Day Food And Drink Deals

Veterans Day Food And Drink Deals

Some restaurants around Southern California are offering deals to current members of the U.S. Armed Forces and veterans. Here are a few.

LA's Best Turkey-Optional Thanksgiving Takeout For 2020

LA's Best Turkey-Optional Thanksgiving Takeout For 2020

From taco kits and tom kha mashed potatoes to vegan tamales and chicken parms, think outside the bird this holiday.

Election Day 2020 Food And Drink Deals

Election Day 2020 Food And Drink Deals

Udon, fries, churros. Here's where to score some sweet -- and savory -- deals on Tuesday, November 3.

LA's Food Trucks Try Not To Lose Their Lunch During The Pandemic

LA's Food Trucks Try Not To Lose Their Lunch During The Pandemic

The pandemic has killed lunch. And nobody is mourning that death more than L.A. County's 2,700 food trucks

'Donut King' Ted Ngoy's Life Is Even Crazier Than The Documentary About Him

'Donut King' Ted Ngoy's Life Is Even Crazier Than The Documentary About Him

Directed by Alice Gu, "The Donut King" chronicles Ngoy's thrill-of-victory/agony-of-defeat rollercoaster ride through the American Dream.

Fast Food Donation: How Is Your Favorite Chain Spending Its Political Bucks?

Fast Food Donation: How Is Your Favorite Chain Spending Its Political Bucks?

Please make your Super PAC donation at the next window. Here's how fast food restaurants are supersizing political campaigns.

An Epic Guide To LA's 25 Most Epic Breakfast Burrito Spots

An Epic Guide To LA's 25 Most Epic Breakfast Burrito Spots

Breakfast burritos are pure comfort. They're cheap. They're filling. They offer the maximum bang for your caloric buck. They're a blank slate for creative line cooks. And they're delicious.

The Farm Of The Future Might Be In Compton. Inside A Warehouse. And Run Partly By Robots

The Farm Of The Future Might Be In Compton. Inside A Warehouse. And Run Partly By Robots

Plenty, a company backed by big tech bucks, wants to open a vertical farm in Compton. Can it change the way we grow and eat food?

How Angeles Crest Creamery (And Its Goats) Are Recovering After The Bobcat Fire

How Angeles Crest Creamery (And Its Goats) Are Recovering After The Bobcat Fire

Along with 60 goats, four dogs and two pigs, Gloria Putnam had to evacuate her ranch. She's back and still trying to build a water-appropriate foodshed for Los Angeles.

RIP Trick-Or-Treating: LA Cancels Halloween

RIP Trick-Or-Treating: LA Cancels Halloween

No treats for you. COVID-19 has officially, temporarily, ruined the best secular holiday of the year.

LA Twitter Mourns Loss Of The Weirdly Named Cugurt

LA Twitter Mourns Loss Of The Weirdly Named Cugurt

Your unsettling name will live on in our hearts.

City Bean Makes The Best Coffee You've Never Heard Of -- And That's By Design

City Bean Makes The Best Coffee You've Never Heard Of -- And That's By Design

City Bean paved the way for L.A.'s current coffee scene. In the pandemic, it's trying to highlight the importance of locally owned businesses.

Officials Are Not Chill About The Community Fridges Popping Up Around LA

Officials Are Not Chill About The Community Fridges Popping Up Around LA

Organized and overseen by residents, these fridges are filled with free food but they exist in a legal gray area where health codes can sometimes hinder community nourishment.

Why Grab-And-Go Meals Around SoCal Could Change This School Year

Why Grab-And-Go Meals Around SoCal Could Change This School Year

The answer lies in the complicated rules governing school nutrition.

With BCD Tofu House, Hee Sook Lee Built More Than A Restaurant Empire -- She Created A Cultural Phenomenon

With BCD Tofu House, Hee Sook Lee Built More Than A Restaurant Empire -- She Created A Cultural Phenomenon

"She has a very gentle smile but behind that, she has nerves of steel," her son Eddie says.

Next Move: What Happens To Board Game Cafes In The COVID Era?

Next Move: What Happens To Board Game Cafes In The COVID Era?

When L.A. County guidelines for reopening restaurants forbade certain activities -- including board games. If you run a board game cafes, what do you do next?

For Restaurants Trying To Ditch Delivery Apps, The Struggle Is Real

For Restaurants Trying To Ditch Delivery Apps, The Struggle Is Real

Steep commissions. Marketing fees. Concerns about safety. No wonder restaurants have issues with food delivery apps.

How One New Jersey Transplant Finally Found An Indian Restaurant That Feels Like Home

How One New Jersey Transplant Finally Found An Indian Restaurant That Feels Like Home

Namaste Spiceland caters to a diverse clientele but still feels like it's run by Indians, for Indians -- and that's no easy trick.

Foraging In A Pandemic Means Digging Up A New Business Model

Foraging In A Pandemic Means Digging Up A New Business Model

Jess Starwood used to forage wild fruits and herbs for some of L.A.'s top restaurants. When they fully reopen, she's not sure she'll sell to them again. 

Mis Ángeles: A Legendary Restaurant in Southeast LA Survives, For Now

Mis Ángeles: A Legendary Restaurant in Southeast LA Survives, For Now

In the middle of March, chefs and owners Jaime Martin del Campo and Ramiro Arvizu of La Casita Mexicana shut the critically acclaimed Bell restaurant all the way down due to the pandemic. The future looked uncertain. Now there's a ray of hope.

How A Healer, An Artist And A Chef Are Fighting For Black Food Sovereignty In South LA

How A Healer, An Artist And A Chef Are Fighting For Black Food Sovereignty In South LA

"When we take care of each other, when we give half of our very little to other people, it's because we're all connected in this collective struggle."

The Gelatina Gets A Pop Culture Glow-Up

The Gelatina Gets A Pop Culture Glow-Up

Business is booming for Myra Vasquez, who updates a classic Mexican dessert with a world of flavors and unapologetic Latinx pride.

Sqirl Is In Berry Hot Water With Allegations Of Moldy Jams And POC Erasure

Sqirl Is In Berry Hot Water With Allegations Of Moldy Jams And POC Erasure

The bastion of "south Silver Lake" foodie hipsterdom allegedly sold moldy jam, operated a secret (and illegal) kitchen, and failed to credit the its opening chef, as well as other employees of color, for their contributions.

LA's 'Wet Markets' Could Be On The Chopping Block

LA's 'Wet Markets' Could Be On The Chopping Block

Also known as live animal markets, they fill a need for thousands of residents. City officials want to ban them -- but first, they need to figure out what "wet markets" are. 

Closed! Open! Closed Again! Bar Owners Get Whiplash After Latest Order To Shut Down

Closed! Open! Closed Again! Bar Owners Get Whiplash After Latest Order To Shut Down

One owner worries, "Everyone's going to freak out and not feel safe to go out" but also believes, "What the state is doing is the right decision."

Long Beach's Wrigley Tavern Reopens -- With Face Masks, Temperature Guns And Tons Of Hand Sanitizer

Long Beach's Wrigley Tavern Reopens -- With Face Masks, Temperature Guns And Tons Of Hand Sanitizer

This is the new normal, not just for Tommy Mofid but for the proprietors of most L.A. County bars -- if their establishments haven't closed for good.

LA County's Restaurant Reopening Has Been Like Trying To Cook A Pot Roast In A Microwave

LA County's Restaurant Reopening Has Been Like Trying To Cook A Pot Roast In A Microwave

Which is to say: very fast, messy, and possibly risky to your health.

Want To Support LA's Black-Owned Restaurants? Here's One Way

Want To Support LA's Black-Owned Restaurants? Here's One Way

There's an excellent Google doc that lists a bunch of them. We can't take credit for it but we want to spread the word.

LA Restaurants Can Reopen For Dine-In Service As Soon As Tonight

LA Restaurants Can Reopen For Dine-In Service As Soon As Tonight

They just have to follow the county's health and safety guidelines... even though the health department hasn't yet released detailed guidelines.

How SoCal-Grown Flour And Grains Are Powering LA's #QuarantineBaking

How SoCal-Grown Flour And Grains Are Powering LA's #QuarantineBaking

At the King's Roost, Roe Sie is spreading the gospel of heritage grains -- and because of coronavirus, more people are listening.

You Might Be Able To Drink In LA's Streets This Summer

You Might Be Able To Drink In LA's Streets This Summer

You'll almost certainly be able to eat in the streets later this summer but what if you want a beer with nosh? It just got a little easier.

How Hard Is Coronavirus Hitting San Gabriel Valley's Restaurants?

How Hard Is Coronavirus Hitting San Gabriel Valley's Restaurants?

Old school restaurants pivoting to stay afloat, new ones struggling to establish themselves, diners showing their support. A glimpse into the 626's vast and diverse restaurant culture.

Long Beach Will Let You Dine In The Streets -- And Other SoCal Cities May Follow

Long Beach Will Let You Dine In The Streets -- And Other SoCal Cities May Follow

Pasadena, Palm Springs and Sierra Madre are all considering similar initiatives.

ESSAY: Feel Free To Cry When You See The New Plans For Taix. We Did

ESSAY: Feel Free To Cry When You See The New Plans For Taix. We Did

Here's our question: Does this new iteration of Taix even deserve the name?

Warning 'Countless Restaurants' Face Closure, LA May Act To Curb 'Exorbitant' App Delivery Fees

Warning 'Countless Restaurants' Face Closure, LA May Act To Curb 'Exorbitant' App Delivery Fees

Concerns about delivery app fees have been growing for the last few years but the COVID-19 quarantine has given them new urgency.

Coronavirus Hasn't Ruined Iftar -- But It Has Changed The Way Muslims Break Their Fasts

Coronavirus Hasn't Ruined Iftar -- But It Has Changed The Way Muslims Break Their Fasts

"In a way, this feels almost like a spiritual lockdown within a physical lockdown."

People Are Souper Sad About Souplantation Closing -- And What That Means For Buffet Restaurants

People Are Souper Sad About Souplantation Closing -- And What That Means For Buffet Restaurants

Coronavirus might be the death knell for other buffet restaurants.

Santa Barbara Sea Urchins, Prized By High-End Restaurants, Are Being Sold To Home Cooks

Santa Barbara Sea Urchins, Prized By High-End Restaurants, Are Being Sold To Home Cooks

Only thing is you've got to crack them open and scoop out the gonads on your own.

Yeah, LA Got Shafted By The James Beard Awards (Again)

Yeah, LA Got Shafted By The James Beard Awards (Again)

In a particularly bitter irony, two restaurants just named as finalists announced last week they're closing.

This Undocumented Farmworker Is Worried About How She'll Feed Her Kids If Coronavirus Takes Her Job Away

This Undocumented Farmworker Is Worried About How She'll Feed Her Kids If Coronavirus Takes Her Job Away

"It's not just me, it's thousands of people," said Maria, choking up. "I feel a sense of despair, I feel worried.

How LAUSD Handed Out 13 Million Free Meals In 6 Weeks

How LAUSD Handed Out 13 Million Free Meals In 6 Weeks

Since March 18, nearly 3,000 workers and volunteers have distributed hundreds of thousands of meals each day.

Denied By Their Insurance Companies, These LA Restaurants Are Waging A High-Stakes Battle In Court

Denied By Their Insurance Companies, These LA Restaurants Are Waging A High-Stakes Battle In Court

Musso & Frank is the most famous local restaurant to file a lawsuit against its insurance company for denying its coronavirus-related claim.

MacArthur Park's Street Vendors Are Hiding But Not Gone

MacArthur Park's Street Vendors Are Hiding But Not Gone

A few food vendors are willing to risk their health and freedom so they can make ends meet.

Kura Sushi Will Return Its $6 Million Federal Loan After Outrage

Kura Sushi Will Return Its $6 Million Federal Loan After Outrage

The Irvine-based restaurant chain has 25 locations, $24 million in cash on hand, and access to $20 million more.

How LA's Victory Gardens Helped Win WWII

How LA's Victory Gardens Helped Win WWII

"Soldiers of the soil" planted 20 million victory gardens and they supplied 40% of the produce in the U.S.

No, Major Chain Restaurants, You Can't Take Millions Of Dollars Meant For Small Businesses And Expect People Not To Hate You

No, Major Chain Restaurants, You Can't Take Millions Of Dollars Meant For Small Businesses And Expect People Not To Hate You

How did Shake Shack, which has earned $143 million in 2020, even qualify for the PPP?

SoCal Food Banks Are Seeing Epic Lines And Epic Need

SoCal Food Banks Are Seeing Epic Lines And Epic Need

"No one's ever seen anything like this," says the CEO of Second Harvest.

Mis Ángeles: How A Downey Food Bank Is Helping Feed Families Who Have No Safety Net

Mis Ángeles: How A Downey Food Bank Is Helping Feed Families Who Have No Safety Net

The food bank is one of the few places that has been a consistent source for Latinos from around Southeast L.A., including undocumented and mixed-status families left out of federal stimulus relief. 

Pop-Up Markets In LA Restaurants -- Your Neighborhood Guide

Pop-Up Markets In LA Restaurants -- Your Neighborhood Guide

It's one way to turn all those unused lemons into lemonade.

Coronavirus Help: Where To Get Free Food In LA This Week

Coronavirus Help: Where To Get Free Food In LA This Week

Community organizations are hosting drive-thru pantries and other food distribution events every day for people in need. Here's a list of upcoming events around L.A. County. 

24 Million Pounds Of Strawberries Each Week Might Get Thrown In The Trash

24 Million Pounds Of Strawberries Each Week Might Get Thrown In The Trash

Strawberry season is about to peak in California. So is coronavirus.

A No-Stress Guide To Grocery Shopping During The Coronavirus Pandemic

A No-Stress Guide To Grocery Shopping During The Coronavirus Pandemic

Here's everything we do and don't know, so far, about COVID-19 and food -- and here's what you can do to minimize your risk.

Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

Classic LA Recipes For Your Quarantine Cooking Needs

Take a trip to L.A.'s scrumptious past for a zucchini casserole, Hungarian comfort food and a chili so delicious Elizabeth Taylor requested it in the hospital.

Asian Grocery Stores In The Time Of Coronavirus

Asian Grocery Stores In The Time Of Coronavirus

Say hello to short(er) lines and extra provisions -- but not necessarily a lot of rice.

How You Can Help Feed Our Health Care Workers

How You Can Help Feed Our Health Care Workers

Here's what Southern California is doing to feed the medical personnel on the frontlines, fighting the coronavirus.

Little Tokyo Fights To Preserve Its Soul In Face of Coronavirus

Little Tokyo Fights To Preserve Its Soul In Face of Coronavirus

An effort is underway to save cornerstone businesses in Little Tokyo that relied on foot traffic by creating takeout menus and getting them on social media.

How Carnicerias, Liquor Stores, Tienditas And Latino Supermarkets Are Feeding Their Neighborhoods

How Carnicerias, Liquor Stores, Tienditas And Latino Supermarkets Are Feeding Their Neighborhoods

These mom-and-pop shops have played a key role keeping their shelves stocked and people fed.

Where Are All The Beans? What The Run On This Staple Teaches Us About The Supply Chain

Where Are All The Beans? What The Run On This Staple Teaches Us About The Supply Chain

One bean supplier reassures us calm is coming and then 'walking into the supermarket will not look like you're in Venezuela or Cuba.'

How LA's Restaurant Industry Is Trying To Save Itself -- And What You Can Do To Help

How LA's Restaurant Industry Is Trying To Save Itself -- And What You Can Do To Help

Empty dining rooms. Shuttered businesses. Laid off employees. For restaurants and bars, the stakes are dire.

SoCal Distilleries Start Making Hand Sanitizer Instead Of Liquor

SoCal Distilleries Start Making Hand Sanitizer Instead Of Liquor

How can they do this? The liquor you pour in your martini and the sanitizer you rub on your hands have the same key ingredient.

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