Spot Check! Acoustic Punk and Tacos In Compton, Chilaquiles With A Money-Back Guarantee, and Smoked Brisket Banh Mi
If these chilaquiles are not the best you've ever tasted in the U.S., you get 100% your money back. Plus more in our weekly column dedicated to highlighting new restaurants and events worth hitting up!
The 14 Best Carnitas Tacos in Los Angeles
Los Angeles County is a porker's paradise. We scoured every corner to bring you the most melt-in-your-mouth, sticky, slow-cooked carnitas all over. These are some of the best cazuela players in Los Angeles, including a handful that make handmade corn tortillas, too.
Revisiting the L.A. Filming Locations of ‘Poetic Justice’ 30 Years Later
Poetic Justice, Singleton’s sophomore feature film, was released on July 23, 1993. It marked a tonal shift from his seismic feature debut Boyz N the Hood. In Poetic Justice, street violence, addiction, and racial injustice serve as the foundation upon which a love story is built.
Headlines: L.A. Inspector General Directs Sheriff’s Deputies To Expose Their “Executioners” and Banditos” Gang Tattoos and Identify Other Alleged LASD Gang Members
Thirty-five deputies are being asked to show their legs below the knee and to identify any colleagues known to have Sheriff's Department gang tattoos or history, among other demands.
L.A.’s 11 Best Places For Drinking Masa-Based Tejuino From a Range of Regions
A fermented, fizzy, corn masa beverage traditionally from Western Mexico and recognized for indigenous origins, tejuino packs a punch and delivers refreshing complexity with every sip. Here are L.A.'s best.
Headlines: The Dodgers Have The Most Expensive Beer In Baseball
Each fluid ounce of beer at Dodgers Stadium costs nearly a dollar—more than 30 cents more expensive than any other team—while an ounce of beer at the Marlins' stadium costs a third of the price, according to a report from USA Today.
Meet The Taquero From Mazatlán Bringing His Sinaloan-Style Carne Asada to TACO MADNESS This Saturday
L.A.'s best Sinaloan-style asada specialist out of the Long Beach and Bellflower area will bring his juicy, crispy, and umami-packed carne asada vampiros, cachetadas, and roasted chile toritos to our event tomorrow. Plus, a regional Sinaloa-style refreshing agua de cebada. (Like a horchata but made with toasted barley instead of rice).