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LA's Black Food Entrepreneurs Remember Nipsey Hussle's Lasting Influence

To revitalize Crenshaw, Nipsey bought a fish market and a Fatburger—and uplifted local business owners by preaching the importance of ownership.
Daniel Barna
4.15.19
Los Angeles

This Los Angeles Food Truck Isn't Afraid to Call Itself 'Woke'

The Woke Truck is run by a polyamorous, multiracial trio, and teaches history alongside the fusion food it sells.
Esther Tseng
2.27.19
chocolate

Inside the Valentine's Day Rush at See's Candy Factory

As you can imagine, a candy factory smells excellent.
Natalie B. Compton
2.14.19
Los Angeles

How 'Tacos for Teachers' Embodies Los Angeles

"People say, ‘We have to worry about immigration! If we don’t, we’ll have a taco truck on every corner.’ For me, and for most Angelenos, well, it’s the dream.”
Lizzy Saxe
1.18.19
Last Call

Last Call: Bella Haig Has Kept Punks, Hippies, and Movie Stars in Line at Canter's Deli for 50 Years

Plus: Haig reveals which Guns n’ Roses member has the most beautiful handwriting!
Eduardo L. Perro
12.21.18
Last Call

Last Call: Dan Tana's Veteran Bartender Can Drink 20 Shots a Night and Has Kept 50 Years of Hollywood Secrets

"My nickname is Dr. Kevorkian Slow Death. I feed [people] alcohol, I feed them cigarettes, I feed them Viagra."
Eduardo L. Perro
12.10.18
veganism

LA Councilman Introduces Law Requiring Entertainment Venues to Offer Vegan Food

"Without reducing our beef consumption, it's going to be very difficult for us to reduce climate change," said councilman Paul Koretz
Jelisa Castrodale
12.10.18
food history

This Chef Is Making Civil War-Era Cuisine to Uncover American Food’s Real Roots

"Our history is carnage. A lot of that can be seen in the food. It’s food as carnage.”
Hillary Eaton
11.28.18
MUNCHIES Guide to Hollywood

How to Pack the Perfect Picnic for a Movie Night in a Cemetery

At Hollywood Forever Cemetery's film screenings, the picnic you pack is just as important as the movie you watch.
Munchies Staff
11.2.18
Los Angeles

LA Will Finally Legalize Street Food Vending in 2019

Without legal protection, vendors run the risk of confiscation, jail, and in some cases, deportation.
Lauren Rothman
9.19.18
food trucks

Food Truck Opens in Middle of LA Freeway to Serve Traffic After Fiery Crash

A captive audience of hungry commuters isn't the worst place to set up shop.
Hannah Keyser
8.24.18
Los Angeles

This Pastrami Crunchwrap Gives Jewish Deli Food the Taco Bell Treatment

And it's the drunk food of your dreams.
Hillary Eaton
8.17.18
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