A couple of local stories with James Weird appeal.
The Naked Chef finds inspiration in East L.A., while food is split among U.S. and Russian lines in space.
Bruce Beresford Redman is arrested in suspicion of the murder of his wife, owner of the Palms Brazilian restaurant.
Gavin Newsom might repeal a happy meal ban in NorCal, while lobbyists fight a fast food moratorium in SoCal.
The water at your favorite sushi restaurant might be imported, while Cal-Maine Foods worries about salmonella being served in your breakfast.
The celeb chef's horse takes a prize at The Breeder's Cup, while an apparent murder-suicide occurs in the chicken chain's parking lot.
The Ohio-based chef goes Hollywood, and the Vikings wide receiver may have been traded due to his outburst in front of eatery owners.
Rather than alert authorities, the cookbook author Tweeted Ruth Reichl.
• An alleged gang member was shot and killed at the Gravity Room in the Marina last night, just before midnight, during post-World Series celebrations. [Chron] • It's election day. Let's see how Bevan Dufty decides to swing on the...
Fake health inspectors try to get at private information, while Gordo leaves England following the firing of his father-in-law.
• A Halloween party at the history Sweet's Ballroom in downtown Oakland Saturday night ended with a gunman open-firing on the crowd, injuring nine people. [Chron] • Emeryville-based Jamba Juice has entered into a licensing deal with One Natural Experience...
Jared from Subway will also run, at a considerably slower clip.
The Venezuelan president charges a US. company with worker exploitation and environmental damage, while four city officials are accused of overdoing it at Peter Luger.
Juan Carlos Cruz faces nine years in prison, while this location of the chicken chain experiences its fourth robbery, this time with a Point Break-style twist.
A wine bar doesn't work on LaBrea, so owners go back to the original barely-working concept, while Susan Feniger's Street team holds a demo and tasting in Santa Monica.
The owner swears he didn't know about a secret pot farm in the basement.
A day following his sale of a stake in The Lakers, Magic divests his interests in the coffee chain. Meanwhile, Albert Huang calls it quits.