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  • Nine things we learned about gelato -- after a day at Gelato University

    Nine things we learned about gelato -- after a day at Gelato University

    The pistachio comes out of the gelato machine, a fat ribbon of palest khaki green. “It’s not bright green, because the color comes from just the roasted pistachios, no added coloring,” explains Luciano Ferrari of Carpigiani Gelato University. Carpigiani is a Bologna-based manufacturer of professional...

  • 6 great places for food lovers in Gardena

    6 great places for food lovers in Gardena

    For people who don't often find themselves in Gardena, this city — where Japanese immigrants played a large part in the area's early farming community — is known for its myriad strip malls filled, among other things, with many Japanese restaurants. Also a huge Marukai market (you know, the one...

  • Jonathan Gold's top 10 restaurant dishes of 2014

    Jonathan Gold's top 10 restaurant dishes of 2014

    2014 — I remember 2014. In Los Angeles, it was the year of peak steakhouse. It was a year of artisanal soda pop, $16 cheeseburgers and chef-ly barbecue. Tacos entered their Mannerist period. Cocktails largely supplanted wine, even in fine-dining restaurants. Kale, sea urchin, offal and poached...

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  • Coyote attacks force closure of Montebello park: 'People are not food for coyotes'

    Coyote attacks force closure of Montebello park: 'People are not food for coyotes'

    Police have ordered the closure of a popular Montebello park and petting zoo after three people were attacked recently by coyotes.  Although incidents of coyotes attacking small dogs and cats are a fact of life in Southern California, attacks on people are rare, and officials and neighbors alike...

  • Football: They're going all out in the weight room at South Gate High

    Football: They're going all out in the weight room at South Gate High

    Daniel Martinez, a 6-foot, 165-pound offensive tackle, was sweating profusely Monday afternoon jumping up and down while landing on a stool in the stuffy South Gate High weight room. It was controlled chaos, with Coach Jose Casagran blowing his whistle every 30 seconds while some 30 players went...

  • California high court says legislators' votes are protected by free speech rights

    California high court says legislators' votes are protected by free speech rights

    The California Supreme Court decided Monday that the votes of elected officials are protected free speech. The state high court ruled in a lawsuit brought by the city of Montebello against three former council members and a city administrator. Montebello contended the officials had violated a conflict...

  • Woman arrested on suspicion of killing her grandmother

    Woman arrested on suspicion of killing her grandmother

    A week after requesting the public’s help in locating 24-year-old Sarah Montoya, authorities announced Monday that she was arrested on suspicion of killing her grandmother.  Paula Montoya, 64, was found dead in her home in the 6600 block of Pine Avenue in Bell by police on July 21 after her son...

  • Investigators seek help locating granddaughter of woman found dead in her Bell home

    Investigators seek help locating granddaughter of woman found dead in her Bell home

    Detectives are trying to locate the missing granddaughter and four great-grandchildren of a woman who was found dead in her home in the city of Bell on July 21. Paula Montoya, 64,was found dead by police who went to her home after family members did not hear from her for several days.  Local news...

  • Football: Wyatt Davis of St. John Bosco commits to Ohio State

    Football: Wyatt Davis of St. John Bosco commits to Ohio State

    He's big, strong, fearless, ambitious and determined to be the best. That helps explain why standout senior offensive tackle Wyatt Davis of St. John Bosco announced on Friday he has committed to Ohio State. It's major decision to leave Southern California but his goal is to be an NFL lineman, and...

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