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June 6, 1989
A car driven by a suspected drunk driver who was being chased by Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies broadsided a car carrying a family of four in Lancaster, injuring a mother and her two young sons, the Sheriff's Department reported Monday. The accident at the intersection of Avenue J and 20th Street at 9:20 p.m. Sunday left Josephine Santos, 25, of Lancaster, in critical condition with multiple internal injuries, deputies said. Her son, Danny, 5, suffered two breaks in his collar bone, and his brother, Joe, 6, suffered facial injuries.
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October 19, 2005 | Betty Baboujon, Times Staff Writer
COULD L.A. be turning into a real bakery town? It seems to be shaping up that way, judging from all the dough on the rise. On West 3rd Street, Parisian master baker Eric Kayser recently opened the understatedly appealing Breadbar, with a second branch in the works in Century City. At the Brentwood Country Mart, New York restaurateur Maury Rubin is getting ready to introduce the city to a bakery cafe that's unlike anything it's seen before.
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December 9, 2005 | Mary MacVean, Times Staff Writer
The sisters call it La Maison du Pain, or House of Bread, a perfectly sensible name for the pretty storefront bakery they opened amid the car body shops on Pico Boulevard, a few miles west of downtown.
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