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Noe Adame

Noe Antonio Adame is a digital media obsessive that spends too much time watching shitty movies, wrangling his kids, and listening to 90s Pop Punk.

A Morning-Only Taco Pop-Up in Northridge Is Making the Biggest Breakfast Burritos in the San Fernando Valley

What does it take to stand out in Los Angeles's saturated taco climate? Focus on San Fernando Valley-style loaded breakfast tacos, "breakfast quesadillas" with crispy cheese skirts, and the beefiest breakfast burritos Balboa Boulevard has ever seen.

March 26, 2024

The Five Best Tacos in Echo Park

Flor de calabaza quesadillas, tacos gringos, and Warren Zevon's favorite burritos can all be found in this historic, ever-shifting neighborhood that is too often and mistakenly referred to as 'the Eastside' or 'East Los Angeles' by transplants.

January 23, 2024

The Eight Best Tacos On Metro’s 207 Line, For Pastrami Burritos and Mole Negro On Western Ave.

You’ll discover an epic taco crawl along this epic bus route, a passage to pastrami burritos, beautifully battered fish tacos, Oaxacan cecina and mole negro, and the city's most widely discussed pescado zarandeado.

November 28, 2023

The Nine Best Tacos On Metro’s G Line, From North Hollywood To Canoga Park

Metro's G Line will carry you to some of the San Fernando Valley's best tacos and unique specialties, including mystery box "Desmadre" tacos, towering micheladas, and vegan tacos with eggplant cabeza in Van Nuys.

October 31, 2023

‘Trash-Mex’ Is a Film Festival Highlighting Mexico’s Horror Films With Cult Followings

Tales of terror and witchcraft, sensational heroics versus evil monsters, and true-to-life grit and drama with unchecked machismo and explosive action. If you are a horror movie fanatic, there is a new film festival in town to check out. It includes some rare films that never even had a proper theatrical run until now.

May 12, 2023