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Dr. Foster was a black man on his way to LA. He'd just left the South, but not segregation, and as one sympathetic motel owner told him, "If we let you in, all the other motel owners would ostracize us."
A man who drinks olive oil, a woman who hates fussy foodies, and why canned beer is better. It's EatLA
Why fresh is an attribute you should demand in your olive oil. Why obsessive foodies should be punched in the face. Plus, Colleen remembers her first meal at the almost late-great Campanile.
Today, SoCal Venezuelans will trek to San Francisco to vote. President Hugo Chavez seeks another term; how will Henrique Capriles fair?
Zak Penn, on superheroes like Rogue: "In a real world setting, it’s not fun when you accidentally kill everyone that you touch."
The day we moved in, the old white-haired mayor drove out to Schuylerville's town sign with a bucket of paint and, in a Norman Rockwell moment, amended it to say, "Population 954 ... and some Jews."
The intent, CBS says, was always to stick with the original vision, not to pull a George Lucas and re-imagine the thing millions of Trekkies around the world have come to love.