By that time, there were already more than 100 people-Snapchatting millennials and families with strollers and gray-haired, tattooed food scenesters and camera-strap-toting tourists and everyone in between-in an orderly, mostly single-file line. We were there, too, ready to eat as much as we could before the day's crazy heat wave, which hit 95 degrees by noon and felt even worse on the concrete, melted everyone into a raindrop-cake puddle.
The Pasadena City Council on Monday voted 6-2 to indefinitely table a proposed ballot initiative aimed at repealing 2001's Measure A and allowing the city to oppose plans to connect the Long Beach and Foothills freeways through construction of a 4.5-mile long tunnel. Mayor Terry Tornek and Council member Tyron Hampton voted in favor of the ballot measure to reverse Measure A, which prohibited the council from legally opposing construction of an overland route through South Pasadena to extend the 710.
In this Jan. 7, 2014, file photo, then-Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca announces his retirement at a news conference at Sheriff's Headquarters Bureau in Monterey Park, Calif. Court documents say that Baca has been diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer's disease.
A Chinese Wok Range and Ramen Range at Action Sales, a restaurant supply store in Monterey Park that carries specialty items for Asian restaurants on June 13, 2016. If it weren't for Action Sales in Monterey Park, snow ice would be hard to find in Southern California.
Erica Valencia, left, helps her mom Francisca Cardenas, who owns Grandma's Tamales in Bakersfield, shop for a new restaurant at Action Sales, a restaurant supply store in Monterey Park on June 13, 2016. Action Sales also carries specialty items for Asian restaurants such as ranges, duck hooks and shaved snow ice machines.
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Ivey was found dead Thursday morning, shot to death in the back of a Mercedez-Benz sedan parked behind an apartment complex in Monterey Park. The coroner's office had not yet identified Ivey as the victim, but social media accounts linked to a civil rights group and a rap artist from Chicago, as well as several Chicago-based media outlets, named the 20-year-old.
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The traditional Chinese holiday, which falls on the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar and commemorates scholar Qu Yuan, also has its own food custom: making and eating zongzi, or rice dumplings. The treats have earned the nickname "Taiwanese tamales," and appear as such on some menus.
Therapy dogs will be used to comfort victims of human trafficking as part of a new program slated to be announced today. Sheriff Jim McDonnell will formally announce a joint effort between the Los Angeles Regional Task force on Human Trafficking and the Pet Prescriptions Team, a Southern California-based volunteer group that helps owners train their household pets to serve as therapy animals, said Los Angeles County sheriff's Sgt.
MONTEREY PARK >> A decorated Army soldier from the San Gabriel Valley was identified Sunday as the ninth victim of a drowning disaster during training at Fort Hood, as Texas was hit by flooding last week. Sun was a heavy equipment driver who drowned as a truck washed down the rain-swollen Owl Creek on the sprawling Army base in Central Texas.
When PappaRich Malaysian Delights opened a year ago in the always befuddling Atlantic Times Square shopping and residential mall, a local paper described it as, "The Denny's of Malaysia," which I guess was the sort of pitiful put-down you'd expect from an elitist food writer who disdained the notion of ever eating in a popular chain. But it's also an operation committed to serving authentic, and almost shockingly delicious, Malaysia cuisine, around the world.