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  • 14 years ago | Local Wire

    His name may not be familiar, but Bishop Lamont is becoming one of the craftiest MCs on the West Coast. He's released a series of buzz-building mix tapes since signing with Dr. Dre two years ago, the latest of which, Caltroit, is an impressive col...

  • 32 years ago | Cafe Reviews

    Kowabunga! (or Big 4 Goes to the Beach) must have been an awful lot of fun to dream up. Following on the heels of the group's other high-concept restaurants, like Ed Debevic's pseudo-Fifties diner and Steamers' display-kitchen fish cookery, this r...

  • 32 years ago | Cafe Reviews

    "Darling," whispers my companion. Alas, the endearment is intended not for me but for the restaurant in which we are dining, Annie's Steak & Pasta Company. This pretty little place looks a bit like a country-lodge sitting room and serves a cuisine...

  • 32 years ago | Cafe Reviews

    I'm with a friend in the new Hollywood Deli & Bar and our sandwich platters are brought to the table. As promised--both by the friend and several other informants who have recommended this place--the sandwiches are deli-Goliaths, each a mouth-wide...

  • 32 years ago | Cafe Reviews

    Well-meaning people sometimes open rotten restaurants. Addressing here a specific instance of this phenomenon fills me with angst, because I am well- aware of the financial exposure of the people involved. Restaurants demand top-heavy capital expe...

  • 32 years ago | Cafe Reviews

    Prior to the Eighties, the desert dining scene might best be characterized by its cheap (but delectable) chimichanga chow and its pretty (but indigestible) resort restaurant ambiance. Even as late as 1979-1/2, high-tone Valley victualizing often m...

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