March 24, 2011 |
Dear Culinary SOS: My son and I enjoyed a delightful take on lasagna at the Westwood Palomino in early December. We requested a recipe. The dish was: deconstructed lasagna and contained a lamb mixture, cheese and mafalda pasta. The young lady would not divulge the recipe. The great blending of flavors lingers even now. We hope you can get it for us. Living in South Pasadena, we do not visit Westwood too often. Margaret Lindstrom South Pasadena Dear Margaret: We were able to coax the recipe from Palomino.
May 17, 2010
'Palomino' Where: Kirk Douglas Theatre, 9820 Washington Blvd., Culver City When: 8 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturdays, 1 and 6:30 p.m. Sundays. Ends June 6 Price: $20 to $45 Contact: (213) 628-2772 or http://www.centertheatregroup.org Running time: 1 hour, 30 minutes
February 16, 2009 |
As young fighters trying to make their way in a brutal, demanding discipline, Carlos Palomino and Armando Muniz often were given the same advice: If you're serious about boxing, forget about college. And if you're serious about college, forget about boxing. Neither paid it any mind. "It was a dream of mine as a kid to be a boxer," Muniz says, "but I also knew that I was going to go to school."
May 1, 2008 |
Staff writer Randy Lewis sorts out the festival, hour by hour: 3 P.M. CATCH IT IF YOU CAN SONS OF THE SAN JOAQUIN Emphasizing the western half of country-western music, this Central Valley-based trio continues the tradition of Sons of the Pioneers with harmony-laden tales rooted in the vast American frontier. (Palomino, 3:10-3:50) 4 P.M. CATCH IT IF YOU CAN DON EDWARDS The cowboy troubadour from Texas is widely respected for his historically informed, unromanticized approach to western music and culture.
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October 25, 2005 |
Convinced that his life story was going to be made into a movie, a San Pedro man paralyzed in a surfing accident nearly 30 years ago said he was duped out of $50,000 by a Hollywood producer who is now accused of swindling millions from scores of people who invested in his phantom series about the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
January 9, 2004 |
Carlos Palomino, who won the World Boxing Council welterweight title in 1976 and successfully defended it seven times before losing it in 1979 to Wilfred Benitez, joined 14 other former champions and boxing officials Thursday in being named to the International Boxing Hall of Fame. Palomino, who retired at 30 after losing to Roberto Duran, had a record of 31-4-3 with 19 knockouts. He coaches young fighters in the Los Angeles area.