... and the robbers got away.
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.
The L.A. Weekly critic sniffs out which restaurant the alleged assault started at, and finds soup dumplings used as a projectile weapon.
• The great-grandchildren of the Barq's root beer founder are suing Coca-Cola, claiming the company never actually purchased their grandfather's share of the pop brand. [Times-Picayune] • The mayor of San Gabriel was arrested after fighting with a woman in...
A dude in a Batman mask and blue hoodie held up a McDonald's in Belmont last night. As the Examiner cheekily reports, "The one-time hero seemed in desperate condition. Apparently struggling in this economy to make monthly payments on his...
• Wedges Grill at the Monarch Bay Golf Club in San Leandro was the scene of a shooting last night during a dance party in which two teenagers were killed. [Chron] • More Michelin backlash via NYC today, this time...
The actress says she "grew up on food stamps," while a famous bakery's face-lift in Glassell Park becomes mired in controversy.
Some made just $3 an hour.
Police capture 4,000 marijuana-laced edibles, while "Americans" ruin another good thing while traveling abroad.
While cabbage costs go through the roof, The Simpsons dine at Jeffrey Chodorow's chain.
And a vigil for slain bartender Chai Eun Hillmann.
The hotel's heiress's boyfriend returned to the scene of the crime later without her.
Californians Still Don't Want to Work on a Farm; Chef's Body Found in the Hudson
Oakland Nightclub Shooting Wounds Two; E-store Sells Cereal Marshmallows, Sans Cereal
Elizabeth Pitcairn played a tricky violin concerto by Samuel Butler for a small audience at The Fairmont, while the living Blues Brother slings drinks at BLVD Lounge.
• In the wake of nightclub shootings at Suede and Jelly's, among other venues, the SFPD is recommending that all nightclubs install metal detectors and security cameras. [Examiner] • SF Weekly's annual food fest DISH happens on the fourth floor...
A Sunnyside restaurant gets busted for cocaine dealing.
• A man was murdered last night following a dispute at an East Oakland taco truck on International Boulevard. [Tribune] • Most Americans are not eating enough fruits and vegetables. [NYP] • An ode to grapes on a plate, at...