If you've ever dreamed of being served red-grain pork over rice by a waitress wearing a French striped shirt and beret, in a cavernous dining room featuring a T-rex skeleton, you're in luck! If you're not familiar with Jurassic Restaurant , it's a kitschy, prehistoric-themed eatery featuring Taiwanese pub fare, beer and soju served by costumed waitresses. Nicknamed a "Taiwanese Hooters", it's located in what could charitably be called an "interesting" strip mall in the City of Industry.
They are now allowed to have two. This new law brings forth many options to not only expand their families, but for women to shift their focus from starting families at a young age to pursuing their careers first.
Communities surrounding the Quemetco battery recycling plant are at an unacceptably high risk for developing cancer from exposure to emissions of arsenic, routinely released by the plant located in the City of Industry, air quality regulators announced Tuesday. After the state Office of Environmental Health Hazard changed the risk threshold for cancer cases, the South Coast Air Quality Management District reassessed the risk from the plant's arsenic emissions to surrounding communities.
This Nov. 15, 2008 staff file photo shows Los Angeles County firefighters taking apart a smoldering fallen tree along Tonner Canyon Road. A simulated wildfire in Tonner Canyon next week, expected to draw more than 600 firefighters from Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside counties, may soon be snuffed out if the fire agencies and the city of Industry can't resolve a bureaucratic dispute.
A year ago, a troubling audit found the City of Industry paid its former mayor's companies more than $326 million over 20 years and put a spotlight on the manufacturing-heavy city of about 200 residents. Today, the city says it's fixing those problems and more, but not everyone agrees the city is better off.
Fried rice is a staple item on Chinese restaurant menus. From Americanized Chinese places to some of the most acclaimed eating spots in the San Gabriel Valley, it can be found in versions ranging from the most basic form to chef-driven fusions at noted restaurants.
California has become the second state in the nation to raise the legal age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21, starting the clock for opponents to ask voters for a reversal this November. Gov. Jerry Brown's signature on Wednesday means, beginning June 9, it will be a crime in California to sell or give tobacco to anyone except military personnel under age 21. He did not say why he signed the measure along with four others restricting tobacco use in various ways.
The people behind Spadra Cemetery say the grave markers, some dating back to the 1800s, fell victim to thieves and vandals over the years , especially in the 1970s. The Historical Society of Pomona Valley wants to help Spadra get the headstones back as well as recover those missing from Palomares Cemetery.
The city of Industry plans to sell land that it once sued its former mayor over, alleging that he used the plot as a dumping ground for his private businesses. But city officials aren't happy to see the property go.