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Anti-vaxxers

Opinion LaVidaSoCal: One Anti-VaxxNation, Under God

Thank parents who don’t vaccinate their kids for the return of whooping cough and the measles outbreak at Disneyland By Tony Peyser The sixteenth, second and fifth letters of the alphabet have joined forces like tag-team wre...


LETTERS

Who will speak for the trees? Re: “Speaking for the Trees,” cover story, Jan. 22 Thank you for this week’s amazing cover that reflects the many residents in Los Angeles who care about our trees, the shade and beauty they&...


Clockwise, from top left: French toast, salmon Benedict with hollandaise sauce, mushroom frittata and the Detour scramble

Brunch in a bar

Hit the sauce in the morning — the splendid hollandaise sauce, that is — at The Detour By Richard Foss (Richard@RichardFoss.com) When I first heard that there was a restaurant called The Detour, I wondered why anyone would ...



LETTERS

‘Century City by the Sea’ See “Speaking for the Trees,” page 13 I just witnessed the most absurd waste of taxpayer dollars I’ve ever seen, and I’m not talking about the boneheaded decision to butcher perfectly healt...


L.A. City Councilman Mike Bonin, left, walks Venice Boulevard with Mayor Eric Garcetti to promote the Great Streets initiative
Photo by Ted Soqui

What makes a Great Street? We’re listening …

Take part in the transformation of Venice Boulevard at Sunday’s Mar Vista Farmers Market By L.A. City Councilman Mike Bonin On Jan.10, Mayor Eric Garcetti and I walked door-to-door in Mar Vista promoting our Jan. 25 neighborh...


Omar Gonzalez carefully cuts and dry ages the meat served at George Petrelli Steakhouse, including this incredible 3.5-pound double-cut of George’s Extra-Large Porterhouse 
Photo By Jorge M. Vargas Jr.

Steak with a side of nostalgia

Replay medium-rare childhood moments at George Petrelli Steakhouse By Richard Foss (Richard@RichardFoss.com) In the working class family in which I grew up, steaks were only eaten on special occasions. For significant birthdays...



LETTERS

Closed bike path entrance was vital infrastructure Re: “Closed gate opens controversy,” news, Jan. 8 The Marina del Rey bike path gate behind Ralphs is a vital access point and should receive the attention and resources nec...


Power to Speak: Homelessness and ‘the Big Lie’

Distorting the facts to chase the homeless out of Venice won’t solve anything By Sylvia Aroth I’m a businessperson who’s lived and owned property in Venice for several decades, so I’m someone who came here for its disti...


Marissa Post offers a menu at Brick House Kitchen, expected to close by the 
end of the month
 Photo by Jorge M. Vargas Jr.

Barbecue for Brunch

There must be an artist running the brand-new smoker at Brick House Kitchen By Richard Foss (Richard@RichardFoss.com)   You might figure that there’s no better way to get the feel of Venice than to walk down Abbot Kinney...



LETTERS

Poison hurts more than rats Re: “Cats, not poison,” letters, Dec. 17 I applaud George E. Turski for writing his letter on the dangers of using rat poison if that was used in Westchester to take care of the rat…






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