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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1995
"General store" was an understatement for the turn-of-the-century market in Los Alamitos. Post office, department store and butcher shop, it even added tires to its inventory after the arrival of the auto. The store's weathered facade made it an ideal backdrop for Old West movies. It was featured in the 1919 film "Bond of Blood" starring Al Jennings. Source: "Early Los Alamitos" by the Los Alamitos Museum Assn.
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FOOD
May 18, 2005 | Charles Perry, Times Staff Writer
Strings of sausages hang from a pole, a dozen kinds. Beef loins are aging the leisurely old-fashioned way -- you can see them through windows. Behind the red marble countertop, a butcher is deftly cutting up chickens: One smooth slice and voila, the leg is free, another and it's neatly split into thigh and drumstick. If you said this scene was taking place in an old-time butcher shop, you'd be wrong: We're at the meat counter at a new Whole Foods supermarket in Thousand Oaks.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 1996 | PAUL ELIAS
A 22-year-old man accused of gunning down a Moorpark grocery clerk over the weekend could receive the death penalty after prosecutors Tuesday charged him with murder committed during a robbery. John Charles Alvez of Lancaster is accused of robbing and fatally shooting 21-year-old Marco Aurelio Rodriguez in the family-owned butcher shop, Carniceria Rodriguez, in Moorpark. Because the slaying occurred during a robbery, the suspect is eligible for the death penalty, Deputy Dist. Atty. James D.
NEWS
December 23, 2012 | By Caitlin Keller
With Christmas right around the corner and online shopping orders at a close, Angelenos looking to pick up last-minute holiday gifts can find a selection of food gifts made in L.A. at an unexpected place - the neighborhood butcher. Lindy and Grundy , located on North Fairfax Avenue, is stocked with sustainably raised meats for holiday meals, and stocking stuffers, too. The butcher shop carries locally made, artisanal goods including Jennifer Gregori's Crack Caramel small-batch caramels, Elliott Shaffner 's holiday pimiento cheese made from a passed-down family recipe and Gindo's Spice of Life 's fresh pepper sauce containing no preservatives or artificial flavors.
MAGAZINE
November 9, 1997 | Ed Leibowitz
In the comfort of his Jolly Good Meat Products processing plant in South-Central Los Angeles, Martin Lunt proclaims his "philosophy of life." "Tough times do not last," Lunt says, his bald head dabbed with flour from the morning's batch of Melton Mowbray pork pies, "but tough people do." In 1979, as an expat Brit fresh off the plane, Lunt could not have anticipated the need for such perseverance.
NEWS
February 23, 1993 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An enraged crowd outside a courthouse in Liverpool tried Monday to attack two 10-year-old boys accused in the brutal killing of 2-year-old James Bulger--a crime that has stunned and outraged Britain. Six persons were arrested when members of the crowd of 300 screamed profanities and rushed two police vans taking the boys back to a detention center after the youngsters appeared in court.
FOOD
January 20, 2011 | Krista Simmons
To the connected diner, it may seem that Erika Nakamura and Amelia Posada arrived in Los Angeles ages ago. The larger-than-life personas behind Lindy & Grundy are practically household names among local foodies, though their butcher shop selling locally sourced, pasture-raised organic meat on Fairfax Avenue has yet to open. This tweeting team of cleaver-wielding butcherettes, as they call themselves, has been tapping into the city's technologically engaged food culture, making the presence of their shop known well before it sells its first beef cheek.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 16, 1998 | MAX JACOBSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Gerhard Moser is a perfectionist. You can see it in his eyes, and you can tell it from the way he cooks and where he goes for his raw materials. He runs a place on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, Cafe Cego's, which he likes to call a Continental cafe. In reality, the cooking there is thoroughly German in spirit (the name comes from cego, an ancient German card game akin to rummy). It's no accident that many German Americans congregate at Cafe Cego's.
HOME & GARDEN
July 3, 2003 | Chris Erskine
Here WE ARE, heading back to our favorite butcher shop. To Porterville, Calif., we go. The city that never sleeps. "He was married to one of those women with no lips," says my buddy Irv, "so her lipstick always looked crooked." Irv is weaving stories as we zigzag our way to Porterville, a couple of hours and 50 tall tales from Los Angeles. It's like being on the road with a 45-year-old Tom Sawyer. The speedometer reaches 70. Irv's mouth tops 85.
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