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The cruffin hits Highland Park, lots of new ramen, Neal Fraser does fried chicken


This city’s food-obsessed will never tire of ramen, fried chicken or food hybrids, as evidenced by this week’s roundup of restaurant news. Here’s what’s happening in the world of L.A. food and beverage: 

Umami Burger founder is doing ramen: Adam Fleischman, the founder of the Umami Burger restaurant...

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A new treatment for drug-resistant tuberculosis patients, that reported a success rate of 82 percent in a study, has been hailed as a "breakthrough" at a medical summit in Britain.
While promoting his latest movie "Tyler Perry's Boo! A Madea Halloween," Perry says that the run for the White House is "offensive and embarrassing" and urges people to go out and vote. (Oct. 27) 
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Iron-deficiency anaemia has remained the top cause of disability in India for 10 years now, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of the last two Global Burden of Disease (GBD) surveys. The post India t
It's that time of the year again; a time of lights and colour, love and family, gifts and happiness, fireworks and a whole lot of sweets. Diwali is, by far, one of the most popular festivals in the co
Financial literacy radio drama, Madi Majwana: Stories from your Pocket is calling out for voice actors for the third season of the radio dialogue drama.
It’s hard to compete with the presidential campaigns’ day-to-day absurdity — and why make half the audience mad?        
One turkey link sausage is enough to add flavor, so this dish is comforting, not heavy.        
Make cookies fun, festive and scary this Halloween.        
Topics cover color, kitchen and bath design, accessorizing        
FORT MCMURRAY, Alta. - The Alberta government is paying tribute to first responders who battled and dealt with the Fort McMurray wildfire. The province is naming the bridge that crosses Highway 63, w
Sanford Panitch has a knack for getting his quirky menswear—jackets come in only size 40—on stars; ‘It’s a myth, this size business,’ he says.
Homeowners in rat-plagued Chicago acquire packs of killer felines; hard part is keeping them around
Michael Phelps and Nicole Johnson secretly married June 13th in Arizona        
The WSJ once again provides last-minute Halloween costume ideas inspired by the low moments and antiheroes from the year in sports
Two films this holiday season go their own way with storied properties.        
Jasmine Tookes to model Victoria's Secret $3M Fantasy Bra
New Yorker Claudine Lafond isn’t your average pregnant lady doing a bit of a workout to keep healthy. The nine months pregnant yogi is an acroyoga instructor, so naturally she takes her poses to new h
London fell, but the franchise is getting back up for a third.        
Stevie Nicks tests the waters with a “very different show.”        
In a heartbreaking interview with The New York Times, the 47-year-old comic described what he calls “the second worst day of his life” — the first being when he had to tell their 7-year-old daughter,
This week has seen the culinary scene in Kingston and Montego Bay ratchet up a few notches. In Kingston the Jamaica Food & Drink Festival, in its second year, was created out of the need to showcase t
Have highway, have wheels, have money for the toll. Welcome to Thursday Life ’s great escape.
What’s new at the Grogge Shoppe Restaurant and Mahogany Tree Bar, Devon House? Pizza, that’s what! Managing directors Tarquinio Caldarelli and Gloria Palomino are giving denizens of and vi
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On this episode, we talk to Negan and attend the 'Doctor Strange' premiere.        
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