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June 2, 2012 | By S. Irene Virbila, Los Angeles Times Restaurant Critic
First of all, Black Hogg, the name of the new Silver Lake gastropub, doesn't refer to a heritage pig or even a plain old hog or wild boar. According to the staff, it takes its name from the alternative definition of hogg, which the Oxford English Dictionary says refers to a young sheep, especially "one from the time it ceases to be a lamb until its first shearing"). And there that hogg is, ambiguous in neon outline at the very top of the restaurant's understated sign. A subliminal suggestion to order the buttery lamb burger?
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June 2, 2012 | By S. Irene Virbila, Los Angeles Times Restaurant Critic
First of all, Black Hogg, the name of the new Silver Lake gastropub, doesn't refer to a heritage pig or even a plain old hog or wild boar. According to the staff, it takes its name from the alternative definition of hogg, which the Oxford English Dictionary says refers to a young sheep, especially "one from the time it ceases to be a lamb until its first shearing"). And there that hogg is, ambiguous in neon outline at the very top of the restaurant's understated sign. A subliminal suggestion to order the buttery lamb burger?
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September 10, 2003 | Jon Healey
A Marin County man filed a class-action lawsuit against the Recording Industry Assn. of America, claiming the group's new amnesty program for file sharers misleads the public. Eric Parke, a mortgage lending executive, asked a Superior Court judge in San Rafael, Calif., to order RIAA to shut down the Clean Slate amnesty program and inform the public that its offer was "false and misleading."
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