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...general. Again, something unique.Overall, our meal at Casa de Mole "La Tita" was simply unforgettable. It affected me so much that normally when I blog about a restaurant, it could be days, weeks or even months after I've visited it before I write about it, but my dining experience at Casa de Mole was just so exquisite, that I wanted to share it with even more people. So if you get a chance, run, don't walk to this ground breaking restaurant. You definitely won't regret it.To see pics, click here!Casa de Moles "La Tita"4619 E. Cesar Chavez Ave.Los Angeles, CA 90022(323) 263-7842(more)
... first black heavyweight champion of the world successfully defended his title against a white man.
“A word to the black man: Do not point your nose too high, do not swell your chest too much, do not boast too loudly. Let not your ambition be inordinate or take a wrong direction,” a Los Angeles Times editorial said at the time.
Almost a century later half the entire nation seems to have taken a wrong direction, with millions of white Americans prepared to elect a black man president. That may be why the Republican National Committee launched Audacity Watch, a Web site with... (more)
HOLLYWOOD BOWLAddress: 2301 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles Web: www.hollywoodbowl.com Phone: (323) 436-2827 An 86-year-old slap in the face to Hollywood’s historical amnesia, the Hollywood Bowl is a refreshing reminder that some things in this town can survive beyond the last pilot season. Since 1922, the Bowl at Bolton Canyon has been thrilling audiences under the stars as the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The nearly 18,000-seat amphitheatre has also hosted hundreds of musical events under the famous orchestra shell (the... (more)
... very modest amount, the risk of a heart attack on that day or within plus or minus one or two days goes up five percent. If that goes up 10-fold, which is possible on some of our bad days here, that risk can increase 50 percent on that day or within two or three days of that time," Anderson said.
Los Angeles ranked again, the smoggiest city in the nation with 90 days exceeding health standards during 2007.
Perhaps the fashion trend seen on the streets of metropolitan Pacific Rim cities will be seen on the Third Street Promenade and Rodeo Drive. I hope the come in yellow.(more)
Last Wednesday, the Los Angeles City Council discovered that it actually likes the taste of the illegal alien Kool-Aid. The council adopted an ordinance requiring home improvement stores like Lowe’s and The Home Depot to actually furnish accommodations for day laborers – you know, that organization of mostly illegal aliens who typically congregate in the parking lots of the aforementioned stores circling like vultures hoping that some rich white schlub will take pity on at least one of them, let them follow him home and do whatever project needs to be done. Yeah, those guys.
...wrong with having aliases.”
“As a father, he has every right to take his child.”
I smell a novel in the works for Mr. Hrones.
So back to our story.
After his arrest, on August 5th, it was learned that Rockefeller was wanted for questioning in Los Angeles for the disappearance of John and Linda Sohus of San Marino, California where Christopher Chichester rented a room from the young couple in 1983. By 1985, Chichester was gone with their truck, the couple missing, and the police looking for this man that friends and neighbors described as... (more)
August rolls in and we prepare with a sigh for that unwelcomed heat the month brings to Los Angeles. The Otmaro Ruiz Quartet warmed things in a much desired fashion at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Friday Night Jazz Series.
In fact, we reveled in the mix of fiery Jazz, Venezuelan influences with hints of classical cleverly expressed by the ensemble.
The quartet has a soul connection that is apparent in their exchange of euphoric expressions on many tunes. As the musicians played, a few magical links and smiles were shared on varied tunes between:... (more)
...the small town of Clarksdale, Mississippi and opened their venture, “Ground Zero.” This year, they opened a second Ground Zero juke joint in Memphis.
I have long suspected I will have a great affinity with the South and have wanted for many years, to take the drive from Los Angeles to New Orleans. Finally, my husband and I will make that journey at Christmas. Over this period, my husband’s birthday falls. He is a musician and I a music lover so we added Clarksdale, Mississippi to the agenda. It might be a small town but Calrksdale is the cradle of Delta Blues... (more)
...T Music Show,” which airs on the Time-Warner affiliate Channel 24 Thursday, August 14 at 8 p.m. The show (which is his tenth for Time-Warner) was created by L.A.-based musician Michael Wyman and features live performances, videos, and interviews with up-and-coming talent in the Los Angeles independent music scene, as well as producers and some of the behind-the-scenes people in the music/entertainment industry. Show #10 will also feature music videos by L.A.-based country/r&b group, Cowboy Soul (a 2007 MUSIC CONNECTION Top 100 Unsigned Band) and the Feisty Piranhas... (more)
A boulevard in one of the most integral sections of Los Angeles, encompassing some of the most authentic Jazz, Blues, African clothing, jewelry, posters, CD's, cards, artifacts, books, coffee venues, and food from Bar-B-Que to Soul, and Los Angeles to New Orleans style cooking. There are also opportunities to hear rare narratives about the "City of the Angels" from local residents.
It is on this street at 4317 Degnan, you'll find "New Orleans Vieux Carre Creole Cuisine”. The restaurant was opened on June 22, 2008 by a native New Orleans family who now... (more)