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Mark Teitelman

  • Food
    LAist does its best to check out the restaurant scene in our favorite hometown, but sometimes we admit that we just don't like to pick up the phone and make the dreaded reservation call. We know, we know. We're lazy. And we hate dealing with haughty hostesses and manipulative maitre d's. So imagine how thrilled we were when we stumbled on Open Table. This wonderfully orchestrated web site allows us to quickly scan dozens...
  • Food
    LAist does its best to check out the restaurant scene in our favorite hometown, but sometimes we admit that we just don't like to pick up the phone and make the dreaded reservation call. We know, we know. We're lazy. And we hate dealing with haughty hostesses and manipulative maitre d's. So imagine how thrilled we were when we stumbled on Open Table. This wonderfully orchestrated web site allows us to quickly scan dozens...
  • News
    Yesterday, hundreds of students at Colton High School walked out of classes to protest the school's dress code policy. Evidently, the youngsters are very upset that school officials will not let boys wear "drooping pants", and girls are forbidden to showcase their "bare midriffs". In direct response to the walkout, Colton school officials promptly sent all 3,300 students home later in the morning when the original protesters failed to return to class. This brings back...
  • News
    Yesterday, hundreds of students at Colton High School walked out of classes to protest the school's dress code policy. Evidently, the youngsters are very upset that school officials will not let boys wear "drooping pants", and girls are forbidden to showcase their "bare midriffs". In direct response to the walkout, Colton school officials promptly sent all 3,300 students home later in the morning when the original protesters failed to return to class. This brings back...
  • News
    We're animal lovers here at LAist. Dogs always come first, but over the years we've shacked up with a motley assortment of cats, birds, fish, and even some reptiles. Still, we've always been sensitive to those who have suffered from allergies to our dear four, six and eight legged friends. Too bad, we always thought to ourselves, that they had to miss out on the joys of pet ownership because of an unfortunate genetic...
  • News
    We're animal lovers here at LAist. Dogs always come first, but over the years we've shacked up with a motley assortment of cats, birds, fish, and even some reptiles. Still, we've always been sensitive to those who have suffered from allergies to our dear four, six and eight legged friends. Too bad, we always thought to ourselves, that they had to miss out on the joys of pet ownership because of an unfortunate genetic...
  • News
    In this week's issue of Sports Illustrated, (subscription required) Chris Ballard takes on the Herculean task of ranking the Top 25 best sports bars in the land. It's a tough job, doubtlessly requiring countless hours of exhaustive research about tedious, mundane minutiae. Finally, after such thankless work, Mr. Ballard emerged from his dimly lit basement office in his mother's house and delivered his own priceless Magna Carta de Saloon. Snaring the top spot is...
  • News
    In this week's issue of Sports Illustrated, (subscription required) Chris Ballard takes on the Herculean task of ranking the Top 25 best sports bars in the land. It's a tough job, doubtlessly requiring countless hours of exhaustive research about tedious, mundane minutiae. Finally, after such thankless work, Mr. Ballard emerged from his dimly lit basement office in his mother's house and delivered his own priceless Magna Carta de Saloon. Snaring the top spot is...
  • News
    This Sunday promises to be the most wonderful time of the year, and that can only mean one thing: Nipplegate II. Yes, Super Bowl Sunday is here in full force, and LAist just can't wait to see what Paul McCartney does to top Janet Jackson's ode to the FCC halftime set from a year ago. LAist is ready for some football, and happy to report that we will be watching every single second of...
  • News
    This Sunday promises to be the most wonderful time of the year, and that can only mean one thing: Nipplegate II. Yes, Super Bowl Sunday is here in full force, and LAist just can't wait to see what Paul McCartney does to top Janet Jackson's ode to the FCC halftime set from a year ago. LAist is ready for some football, and happy to report that we will be watching every single second of...

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