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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 21, 1988 | GEORGE RAMOS, Times Staff Writer
The opening of yet another trendy eatery in Los Angeles may leave some taste buds feeling a bit blase. But when the ritzy new place, bankrolled in part by a major partner in Spago, turns up in East Los Angeles, tongues start wagging. Today's opening of the city's newest chic Mexican restaurant, Tamayo, is being eagerly anticipated mainly for where it is. "It's about time East L.A. had a place like this," said Lydia Lopez, a longtime community activist. "I can't wait for it to open."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 21, 1988 | GEORGE RAMOS, Times Staff Writer
The opening of yet another trendy eatery in Los Angeles may leave some taste buds feeling a bit blase. But when the ritzy new place, bankrolled in part by a major partner in Spago, turns up in East Los Angeles, tongues start wagging. Today's opening of the city's newest chic Mexican restaurant, Tamayo, is being eagerly anticipated mainly for where it is. "It's about time East L.A. had a place like this," said Lydia Lopez, a longtime community activist. "I can't wait for it to open."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 1993
We applaud your Oct. 19 editorial for calling to an end of the Arab boycott of Israel. However, several inaccuracies and misconceptions need to be addressed. The editorial implies that the boycott is being used as a bargaining chip in the peace negotiations. This may be true, but it must also be understood that historically the boycott's purpose was to strangle Israel's economy--another weapon in the Arab attempt to destroy Israel. Israelis continue to see the boycott in that light, and its termination is necessary to help demonstrate that Israel's destruction is no longer on the Arab agenda.
MAGAZINE
July 6, 2003 | ABEL SALAS
In its day, the 1928 Spanish Colonial mansion at 5300 E. Olympic Blvd. has been home to a plumbing supply company, a DMV office, the California Highway Patrol and a cadre of Chicano Brown Beret activists. But after 16 years as Tamayo Restaurant, a tony restaurant-meets-museum, the Eastside landmark seems to be settling into the role of a lifetime.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 1989 | GEORGE RAMOS
When the restaurant named after renowed Mexican artist and muralist Rufino Tamayo opened last year, it was billed to be more than just another ritzy Mexican restaurant. The Los Angeles area certainly has enough of those. But this one was different, its backers argued, because of where it was--on the Eastside.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1993
We welcome the initiative of Israel's government under the leadership of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. If agreement is reached with Palestinian representatives, it will represent a breakthrough of historic proportions that will make possible a permanent peace between Israel and the Palestinians in the foreseeable future and encourage progress in the negotiations between Israel and its Arab neighbors. There are powerful forces, both within Israel and among the Palestinians, that oppose the initiative.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 26, 1987 | COLMAN ANDREWS
Most of the major new restaurants whose impending existence that this column announces have one thing in common: They are, or will soon be, on the west side of Los Angeles--within an area bound by Sunset Boulevard on the north, Venice Boulevard on the south, Beverly Hills on the east and the Pacific on the west. It is a pleasure, then, to be able to announce a spectacular-sounding new project to be located--hold on to your preconceptions!--at 5300 E. Olympic Blvd.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 6, 1987 | COLMAN ANDREWS
385 North is no more. The big, contemporary-style restaurant on N. La Cienega Boulevard, which opened with great fanfare in February of 1984, has turned into Rosalie's--a Southern California branch (or rather reinterpretation) of the popular San Francisco restaurant of the same name. Rosalie's will be operated by Bill Belloli, with Rick O'Connell (who is a woman) as executive chef, both of whom serve the same functions at the Bay Area original.
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