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December 2, 1987 | LEAH OLLMAN
- Sushi's second annual "Artists by Themselves" exhibit, featuring roughly 100 artists' self-portraits, will culminate in an auction Saturday, Dec. 12, from 7-11 p.m. The drawings, constructions, paintings and photographs by artists including Raul Guerrero, Astrid Preston, Roberto Salas and Marjorie Nodelman will be on view at Sushi (852 8th Ave.) through the day of the auction. Proceeds will be used toward artists' fees and other visual-arts program costs.
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NEWS
May 8, 2003 | Chris Rubin, Special to The Times
Got a yen for sushi but not for the schlep to a sushi bar or the wait for a seat once you get there? Put away the car keys and take a stab at making sushi at home. Sure, there's more to it than throwing burgers on the grill or veggies into the steamer -- sushi is, after all, an ancient Japanese art imbued with ritual and mystery, and chefs can apprentice for years in Japan before mastering the intricacies of the form. But it can be done. So says Nikki Gilbert, a.k.a.
NEWS
October 5, 2012
With the most coveted location at the beach, steps from the Pacific Ocean, Santa Monica Pier, restaurants and world-famous shopping, Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel serves up the very best Southern California has to offer. The resort's signature Ocean & Vine restaurant with Sushi at Sunset sushi and sake bar, features Chef Keith Roberts' creative California farm-to-table cuisine. Locally caught seafood and fresh produce inspire the creative dishes presented in indoor or outdoor dining areas with breathtaking views . In the eco-friendly Ocean Spa, guests unwind in one of four calming rooms for body and facial treatments.
SPORTS
February 17, 1990
Invoking the "Don King Clause" was not the most embarrassing moment in the aftermath of the Tyson-Douglas fight. Seeing the Japanese judges' cards clearly was. I'll make a deal with the Japanese: I won't eat your sushi, you don't judge heavyweight championships. RICH BORDEN Moorpark
ENTERTAINMENT
July 18, 2012 | By Rene Lynch
Paula Deen, welcome back. The Queen of Southern Cooking who made a guest appearance on "MasterChef" has had a rough go of it as late, battered and deep fried by the media after she revealed that she had diabetes, hid it from the public, and oh, by the way, is now touting a new diabetes drug. But here's the reality: Everyone outside the media? They don't care. Leave Paula Deen alone already. She reminds everyone of their momma -- either the momma they had, or the momma they have, or the momma they wish they had -- so just get off her back and let her do her thing.
FOOD
May 19, 2011
Aburiya Toranoko Rating: two stars Rating is based on food, service and ambience, with price taken into account in relation to quality. . . : Outstanding on every level. . : Excellent. . : Very good. : Good. No star: Poor to satisfactory. Location: 243 S. San Pedro St., Los Angeles, (213) 621-9500, http://www.toranokola.com Price: Vegetables, $2 to $10; seafood dishes, $6 to $16; meats and poultry, $8 to $10; sumiyaki , $3 to $8 per stick; oden, $3 to $12; rice and noodles, $4 to $12; sushi and sushi rolls, $4 to $28. Details: Open daily 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and 5 to 11 p.m. (until midnight Friday and Saturday)
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