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Danny Janklow takes the lead among young L.A. jazz musicians.

When one considers the outstanding young jazz musicians in Los Angeles who are most likely to move the music forward, alto saxophonist Danny Janklow is in the front of the pack. His animated solo spots at the recent Playboy Jazz Festival with John Beasley's MONK'estra were among the highlights...

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  • Mark Peel's Bombo getting closer at Grand Central Market

    Mark Peel's Bombo getting closer at Grand Central Market

    Mark Peel’s Bombo is getting closer to dropping. That’s the name the chef has come up with for his new fish stand at the Grand Central Market.  “It’s Spanish for kettle drum,” Peel said, while shopping at International Marine Products downtown for fish for a pop-up dinner Tuesday night at Rascals....

  • Chef of the Moment: Church Key's Steven Fretz is the man behind Top Round too

    Chef of the Moment: Church Key's Steven Fretz is the man behind Top Round too

    Steven Fretz is the executive chef and a partner at sandwicherie Top Round Roast Beef in Mid-Wilshire and executive chef of the Church Key on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, where snacks such as sliced Benton ham and cocktails including canned Negronis are served from dim-sum-style carts. Fretz...

  • Butchers' guide: Where to get meat for your 4th of July barbecue

    Butchers' guide: Where to get meat for your 4th of July barbecue

    The big holiday is fast approaching. Time to start planning the menu for the 4th of July picnic or barbecue. To help with that task, we've polled some of L.A.'s best butchers to find out what they're laying in for the holiday. Dry-aged steaks, house-made sausages, slabs of ribs, marinated meats,...

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