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Inside the LAPD Program That Helps Cops Conquer Addiction

by Elaine Kagan @ Los Angeles Magazine

“Cops are resilient but susceptible”

The post Inside the LAPD Program That Helps Cops Conquer Addiction appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Kevin Short, Known as “WeHo Jesus,” Has Died at 57

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

He used his quirky celebrity to advocate for tolerance and love

The post Kevin Short, Known as “WeHo Jesus,” Has Died at 57 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Discover Vietnamese Cuisine

Discover Vietnamese Cuisine


WebMD

Learn how to cook healthy Vietnamese food.

Unicorn Dim Sum Is a Thing Now, Because of Course It Is

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

What you know bao dat?

The post Unicorn Dim Sum Is a Thing Now, Because of Course It Is appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Rice Combos

by Lams @ Lam's Restaurant

Rice combos are showcases of the classic “meal-on-a-plate.” Each combo features different arrangements of pork or chicken with cut vegetables and served with rice. Optional fried rice is available upon request.

You Need to Try Twohey’s Legendary Ice Cream Sundae While You Can

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

The beloved diner is set to close after 75 years

The post You Need to Try Twohey’s Legendary Ice Cream Sundae While You Can appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Autry Is Celebrating Chuck Wagons, L.A.’s First Food Trucks

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

How we went from bacon and baked beans to tacos and pad thai

The post The Autry Is Celebrating Chuck Wagons, L.A.’s First Food Trucks appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The 5 Best Things to Do in L.A. This New Year’s Eve Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Hamilton! A boozy NYE party! Snow!

The post The 5 Best Things to Do in L.A. This New Year’s Eve Weekend appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The 17 essential Vietnamese restaurants in Los Angeles

The 17 essential Vietnamese restaurants in Los Angeles


Eater LA

LA has some of the best Vietnamese cuisine anywhere in America

The 2018 Coachella Lineup is Here

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Queen Bey, The Weeknd, and so many more

The post The 2018 Coachella Lineup is Here appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

A New Hollywood Exhibit Celebrates the Groovy Batman of 1960s TV

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Stash away dark and brooding Ben Affleck and embrace the pop art color of the original TV show

The post A New Hollywood Exhibit Celebrates the Groovy Batman of 1960s TV appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

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Vietnamese Restaurant


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Best Vietnamese Restaurants Thinh An Kitchen Tofu in Tampla, Florida.

France's Macron pledges big increase in defense budget

France's Macron pledges big increase in defense budget

by Claude Paris @ www.herald-dispatch.com - RSS Results

French President Emmanuel Macron reviews an honor guard upon his arrival on board the the Dixmude, an amphibious assault ship, docked in the French Navy base of Toulon, southern France, before delivering a speech to present his New Year's wishes…

Sarah Paulson Steps Into Another Surprising Role

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Her new film, The Post, is out now

The post Sarah Paulson Steps Into Another Surprising Role appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Five Best Things Going Down in L.A. This Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

From a free vinyl smorgasbord to a Hello Kitty pop up

The post The Five Best Things Going Down in L.A. This Weekend appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

France's Macron pledges big increase in defense budget

France's Macron pledges big increase in defense budget

by Claude Paris @ www.herald-dispatch.com - RSS Results

French President Emmanuel Macron reviews an honor guard upon his arrival on board the the Dixmude, an amphibious assault ship, docked in the French Navy base of Toulon, southern France, before delivering a speech to present his New Year's wishes…

After Devastating Cyclone, Fiji Farmers Plant For A Changed Climate

After Devastating Cyclone, Fiji Farmers Plant For A Changed Climate

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

As the Pacific island archipelago of Fiji faces a warming planet, the country's farmers are turning to more climate-resilient techniques that other storm-prone communities worldwide could model.

Battle of bigs to take center stage as No. 21 Cal women’s basketball battles No. 13 UCLA

by Josh Yuen @ The Daily Californian

Battle of bigs to take center stage as No. 21 Cal women’s basketball battles No. 13 UCLA

That 82-46 loss has not left the minds of Cal’s players, who struggled mightily at home in the team’s most disappointing performance of the season.
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How Vietnamese Cuisine Became Houston’s Ever-Abundant Comfort Food | Houston Public Media

How Vietnamese Cuisine Became Houston’s Ever-Abundant Comfort Food | Houston Public Media


Houston Public Media

In conjunction with the Ken Burns series The Vietnam War, we learn how Houston become such a mecca for Vietnamese food.

Traditional Vietnamese Flavors In A Modern American Setting

by phonatic @ Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

For diners looking to avoid greasy hamburgers and dishes drowned in butter, there may be an option you haven’t considered: Vietnamese food. Read Full Article

The post Traditional Vietnamese Flavors In A Modern American Setting appeared first on Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine.

How One Local Lingerie Company Is Shaking Up the Intimates Industry

by Linda Immediato @ Los Angeles Magazine

After years at Victoria’s Secret, Sharleen Ernster founded the more inclusive, eco-friendly line Hot-As-Hell

The post How One Local Lingerie Company Is Shaking Up the Intimates Industry appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Vietnamese Holiday Food – New Year (Tet) Holidays

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

Every country has different traditions and holidays, but when it comes to holidays, we all have things in common. We celebrate and we eat. In this blog, I am going to introduce you the list of must-have Vietnamese dishes during

The post Vietnamese Holiday Food – New Year (Tet) Holidays appeared first on All About Vietnamese Cuisine.

Your Guide to California’s New Recreational Marijuana Rules

by Jessica P. Ogilvie @ Los Angeles Magazine

Welcome to the brave new world of weed

The post Your Guide to California’s New Recreational Marijuana Rules appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

No. 1 Cal men’s swim to duel pair of ranked opponents in home meet

by Leo Xie @ The Daily Californian

No. 1 Cal men’s swim to duel pair of ranked opponents in home meet

ASU will also have star diver sophomore Youssef Selim, a former Olympian who finished with at least a 60-point margin in every event at the Northern Arizona University Lumberjack Diving Invitational.
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PhoNatic Real Vietnamese Food - Pho is phresh, phast & phun!

PhoNatic Real Vietnamese Food - Pho is phresh, phast & phun!


Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

Pho is Phun! Build your own Pho or enjoy authentic recipes with quality ingredients, phast! We believe everyone should have options to burgers, chicken and tacos in clean environment.

Stir-fries

by Lams @ Lam's Restaurant

Our stir-fries are made with a wide array of vegetables and toppings. Lam’s fried rice are available with beef, vegetarian, chicken, shrimp, or combination of chicken and shrimp, and plain.

Showing Love Through Food May Be Making Our Pets Obese and Unhappy

Showing Love Through Food May Be Making Our Pets Obese and Unhappy

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

Over half of the dogs and cats around the globe battle the bulge. A pet obesity specialist says a deep human-animal bond may inadvertently be causing unhealthy emotional and physical consequences.

A Secret Hamilton Song Just Came Out and We’re Here for It

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The Ben Franklin tune hits just in time for the final Hamilton shows in L.A.

The post A Secret <em>Hamilton</em> Song Just Came Out and We’re Here for It appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

A Historic Hotel Is the Centerpiece of a Major Makeover in Century City

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

From new park space to a restored vintage hotel, things are looking up

The post A Historic Hotel Is the Centerpiece of a Major Makeover in Century City appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Charleston City Paper - Restaurants | Music | Events | Arts | News

Charleston City Paper - Restaurants | Music | Events | Arts | News


Charleston City Paper

Charleston's best source of restaurant, music, and entertainment news.

Must-Eat Vietnamese Dishes That Aren't Pho

Must-Eat Vietnamese Dishes That Aren't Pho


NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

There's more to Vietnamese cuisine than just phở, we're showing you three must-eat Vietnamese dishes at some of the best, authentic restaurants in North Texas.

Documentary Sheds New Light On The Playwright Behind ‘A Raisin In The Sun’

by Abner Fletcher @ Houston Public Media

The film ‘Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart’ details some often-unknown facts of Lorraine Hansberry’s life.

Turquía: No hay marcha atrás en ofensiva contra kurdos

Turquía: No hay marcha atrás en ofensiva contra kurdos

by Burhan Ozbilici @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

El ministro de defensa de Turquía Nurettin Canikli en el parlamento en Ankara el 9 de enero del 2018. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici, File)

Here, Eat This: A Beginner's Guide to Vietnamese Cuisine

Here, Eat This: A Beginner's Guide to Vietnamese Cuisine


Houston Press

It was only a matter of time before we hit Vietnamese food. The cuisine has become one of Houston's favorite over the last few decades -- coinciding with the large influx of Vietnamese immigrants that began following the Vietnam War -- with dishes such as pho now rivaling cheese enchiladas...

Mint Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant

Mint Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant


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Check out http://mintleafvr.com! Mint Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant - Alameda, CA

Cal rugby aims to continue dominance over Cal Poly

by Can Sariöz @ The Daily Californian

Cal rugby aims to continue dominance over Cal Poly

After allowing the entire roster to play last weekend in Los Angeles, the Bears will send a smaller group to central California, as 12 players sustained injuries during the Dennis Storer Classic.
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What’s the Correct Way to Refer to Local Native American Tribes?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

California has more Native American inhabitants than any other state

The post What’s the Correct Way to Refer to Local Native American Tribes? appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

At 90, Big Eyes Painter Margaret Keane Reflects on Her Outsize Influence on Lowbrow Art

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

The legendary artist received a lifetime achievement award at L.A. Art Show

The post At 90, Big Eyes Painter Margaret Keane Reflects on Her Outsize Influence on Lowbrow Art appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

60-Second Bio: The Lonely Island

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your favorite viral video trio just debuted a show of their own

The post 60-Second Bio: The Lonely Island appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Czech lawmakers lift immunity for PM Babis over fraud claims

Czech lawmakers lift immunity for PM Babis over fraud claims

by Petr David Josek @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

Czech Republic's Prime Minister Andrej Babis attends a parliament session in Prague, Czech Republic, Friday, Jan. 19, 2018. Lawmakers in the lower house of Parliament have agreed to lift the immunity from prosecution for billionaire Andrej Babis over an alleged…

Here’s Where to Celebrate Christmas Eve the Italian-American Way in L.A.

by Natalie Compton @ Los Angeles Magazine

Local chefs reveal their favorite Feast of the Seven Fishes dishes

The post Here’s Where to Celebrate Christmas Eve the Italian-American Way in L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

10 Vietnamese foods you need to try | Travel Feature

10 Vietnamese foods you need to try | Travel Feature


Rough Guides

Vietnamese food is very distinct, and can be the highlight of a visit. These are 10 essential Vietnamese foods everyone should try.

France's Macron pledges big increase in defense budget

France's Macron pledges big increase in defense budget

by By SAMUEL PETREQUIN Associated Press @ www.herald-dispatch.com - RSS Results

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron will boost defense spending in the coming years to guarantee his country's domestic security and maintain French military engagement abroad, as he repeated his wishes for an increased European military cooperation on Friday.

Dining review: Vietnamese Cuisine offers homestyle food, attentive service

Dining review: Vietnamese Cuisine offers homestyle food, attentive service


Omaha.com

At just one page, the menu is relatively short. But what the restaurant lacks in quantity it makes up for in friendly, attentive service and a kitchen that for the

What is the Mediterranean Diet?

What is the Mediterranean Diet?

by Bay Area Bites @ Bay Area Bites

Everything you need to know about this heart-healthy, centuries-old way of eating.

The Creators of EDC Are Opening a Nightclub in Hollywood

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Academy combines two powerhouses of the dance scene

The post The Creators of EDC Are Opening a Nightclub in Hollywood appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

MAI'S VIETNAMESE RESTAURANT

MAI'S VIETNAMESE RESTAURANT


MAI'S VIETNAMESE RESTAURANT

Mai's Vietnamese Restaurant - Langley, BC

Nearly A Year After FBI Raid, Texas Sen. Carlos Uresti Heads To Trial To Face 11 Felony Charges

by Emma Platoff, Texas Tribune @ Houston Public Media

State Sen. Carlos Uresti, D-San Antonio, a two-decade veteran of the Texas Legislature, is heading to trial in a criminal fraud case

Geniuses Collide Again In Yeethoven II, an Epic Kanye West/Beethoven Orchestral Mash-Up

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

German composer meets Chicago rapper at the Belasco Theater

The post Geniuses Collide Again In Yeethoven II, an Epic Kanye West/Beethoven Orchestral Mash-Up appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

What’s In Store For Houston’s Apartment Market In 2018?

by Abner Fletcher @ Houston Public Media

We learn what Houston renters can expect if they’re looking for a new place or to renew their lease in the coming year -- and how that compares to 2016 and 2017.

Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Los Angeles

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

What’s the best thing to make for Christmas dinner?
 Reservations

The post Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Los Angeles appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

How a 1993 Step Van Became One of L.A.’s Most Interesting Art Galleries

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Gas Gallery, Ceci Moss's art space on wheels, is literally on a roll

The post How a 1993 Step Van Became One of L.A.’s Most Interesting Art Galleries appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Why Cabo Should Be Your First Travel Goal of 2018

by David Hochman @ Los Angeles Magazine

Quaint or rowdy, you’ll find it all on a weekend in Baja

The post Why Cabo Should Be Your First Travel Goal of 2018 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Appetizer of the week!

by admin @ Cam Ranh Bay Vietnamese and Japanese Restaurant Banner Elk NC

Appetizer of the week! Shrimp and Bacon Spring roll $4.50

Banh Mi

by Lams @ Lam's Restaurant

Vietnamese sandwiches. Delicious and tasty snacks for all occasions. Additional choices: Shumai (xíu mại) – $4 Coldcuts (thịt nguội) – $4 Pork roll (chả lụa) – $4 BBQ Pork (thị̣t nướng) – $4 Headcheese (giò thủ) – $4 Vegetarian (chay) – $3 Op-La (trứng chiên) – $3

The Temple Club: A New Kind of Traditional Vietnamese Restaurant Coming to Oakland

The Temple Club: A New Kind of Traditional Vietnamese Restaurant Coming to Oakland


East Bay Express

After 16 years in Vietnam, chef Geoffrey Deetz is back in Oakland and ready to unveil his first local restaurant since he left in 2000:...

Jon and Vinny’s Excellent Adventure

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Two best-friend chefs electrified L.A. with their cooking and built a food empire. Now what comes next?

The post Jon and Vinny’s Excellent Adventure appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Our Favorite L.A.-Inspired Gifts of 2017

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

All the locally-made gifts you’ll actually be excited to give

The post Our Favorite L.A.-Inspired Gifts of 2017 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Six Los Angeles Poets You Should Be Reading

by Zoie Matthew @ Los Angeles Magazine

These poets are shaking up literature in Los Angeles and beyond

The post Six Los Angeles Poets You Should Be Reading appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

This Billionaire Is Building a “21st Century Monastery” for His Own Think Tank

by Gabriel Kahn @ Los Angeles Magazine

Nicolas Berggruen is building a Getty-like campus for ideas—but why?

The post This Billionaire Is Building a “21st Century Monastery” for His Own Think Tank appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Revealing the Secrets Inside the Magic Castle

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

L.A.'s mysterious clubhouse for magicians celebrates 55 years

The post Revealing the Secrets Inside the Magic Castle appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Good dog, bad dog ... Delta wants to know before you board

Good dog, bad dog ... Delta wants to know before you board

by By DAVID KOENIG AP Airlines Writer @ www.herald-dispatch.com - RSS Results

DALLAS (AP) — Delta Air Lines will soon require owners of service and support animals to provide more information before their animal can fly in the passenger cabin, including an assurance that it's trained to behave itself.

Pho Noodle House brings Vietnamese cuisine downtown

Pho Noodle House brings Vietnamese cuisine downtown


The Herald-Dispatch

HUNTINGTON — New to downtown Huntington is Pho Noodle House, serving up authentic Vietnamese noodles, soup and bahn mi sandwiches.

Pho

by admin @ Miss Saigon

See more of this amazing dish! Pho is a Vietnamese specialty. Available…

Take a Sweet Sneak Peek at Candytopia’s Candy-Coated Installations

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Just when you thought your Instagram couldn’t get any… sweeter

The post Take a Sweet Sneak Peek at Candytopia’s Candy-Coated Installations appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Check Out Some of Our Favorite Pieces From the Massive L.A. Art Show

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

The annual fair returns to the Convention Center with over 90 galleries

The post Check Out Some of Our Favorite Pieces From the Massive L.A. Art Show appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Turner Warns Feds, State Endangering Houston With Harvey Aid Delays

Turner Warns Feds, State Endangering Houston With Harvey Aid Delays

by Andrew Schneider @ Houston Public Media

Mayor Sylvester Turner says the city could face a fresh disaster from spring floods if Congress and Governor Abbott don’t get emergency funding to the city soon

Season Bowls

by Lams @ Lam's Restaurant

Season bowls are light meals with portions of greens, nuts, meat toppings, and rice vermicelli noodle. Each bowl showcases different cuts of meat for a particular season.

Self-Defense Workshop in Honor of Murdered Alum Vanessa Marcotte

by Meaghan Glendon @ BU Today

A self-defense workshop Sunday will honor Vanessa Marcotte (COM’11) and give women tips on how to protect against attack Marcotte was killed in 2016 while jogging; friends remember her as smart, active, always trying new things Celebrity trainer and hand-to-hand combat expert Avital Zeisler, who has trained with members of the military and law enforcement, […]

How an East Hollywood Coffee Shop Is Creating Space for the LGBTQ+ Community

by Gillian Ferguson @ Los Angeles Magazine

Cuties serves up a lot more than just coffee

The post How an East Hollywood Coffee Shop Is Creating Space for the LGBTQ+ Community appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Pho 888 | Home | Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine

Pho 888 | Home | Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine


Love Pho 888

Pho 888 is Colorado's favorite pho restaurant. We offer authentic Vietnamese food and our friendly, attentive staff will bring you the best service around.

This Artist Just Updated a Classic Dior Bag with Retro Venice Beach Vibes

by Linda Immediato @ Los Angeles Magazine

“It’s a handbag, you can’t take it too seriously.”

The post This Artist Just Updated a Classic Dior Bag with Retro Venice Beach Vibes appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Why Are There Faux Stone Retaining Walls Along One Bit of the 405?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

The freeway gets fancy

The post Why Are There Faux Stone Retaining Walls Along One Bit of the 405? appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

10 Best Places to Party on New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Maybe 2018 will be less awful if we kick it off right

The post 10 Best Places to Party on New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Bush And Turner Criticize Congress For Delay In Approving Harvey Relief Package

by Al Ortiz @ Houston Public Media

The Land Commissioner and the Mayor testified before the Texas House Urban Affairs Committee during a hearing that was held in Houston

Here’s What You Need to Know about the 2018 Women’s March in L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

You don’t have to travel to D.C. to make your voice heard

The post Here’s What You Need to Know about the 2018 Women’s March in L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

This Eagerly Awaited Metro Transit Line May Happen Sooner Than Expected

by Neal Broverman @ Los Angeles Magazine

A public-private partnership could bring a bus line to Vermont Avenue ahead of schedule

The post This Eagerly Awaited Metro Transit Line May Happen Sooner Than Expected appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Everything We Know About the “Lego”-Themed Pop-Up Bar Coming to L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Because nothing says “childhood nostalgia” like cocktails

The post Everything We Know About the “Lego”-Themed Pop-Up Bar Coming to L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

No. 5 Cal women’s swim tasked with defending home territory against No. 20 Arizona, Arizona State

by Christie Aguilar @ The Daily Californian

No. 5 Cal women’s swim tasked with defending home territory against No. 20 Arizona, Arizona State

The Bears are undefeated in Berkeley but as they prepare to host No. 20 Arizona, along with Arizona State — a team just shy of the top-25 rankings — they’ll have to be wary of the doubleheader putting them on upset alert.
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Vietnam Tourist Destinations (Street Cuisine)

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

As other Asia countries, street food plays an essential role to form Vietnamese Cuisine. Vietnamese street food is very various in styles of cooking based on particular times of the day, different regions, and of course Vietnamese street food varies from

The post Vietnam Tourist Destinations (Street Cuisine) appeared first on All About Vietnamese Cuisine.

Vegetarian Dishes

by admin @ Miss Saigon

Vegetarian Dishes are available at Miss Saigon!

Get Your Dose of Magical Winter Vibes Without Leaving L.A.

by Aliza Abarbanel @ Los Angeles Magazine

Lights, ice skating, drunken Santas–we really do have it all

The post Get Your Dose of Magical Winter Vibes Without Leaving L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The lowdown: Vietnamese cuisine

The lowdown: Vietnamese cuisine


Food

From rich, flavourful pho and tangy salads with bite, to sweet-sticky pork belly braised to caramelised heights, Vietnamese cuisine hits all the right notes. Here we uncover essential ingredients, pick up handy tips, and find out why this country’s recipes are really, really good.

Bill Nye 'The Science Guy' will be congressman's guest at State of the Union address

Bill Nye 'The Science Guy' will be congressman's guest at State of the Union address

by Tulsa World @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

The invitation seems designed to bolster Bridenstine's scientific credentials as he struggles to get the Senate votes necessary for confirmation. Opponents have charged the former military pilot lacks sufficient background for the NASA job and criticized his positions on climate…

Texas’ Infant Mortality Rates Vary Across State, Among Ethnic Groups, Study Shows

by SYDNEY GREENE, The Texas Tribune @ Houston Public Media

While Texas' infant mortality rate is lower than the national average, a new study shows wide differences in rates across different areas of the state and among different racial groups.

UC Berkeley professors receive awards from National Academy of Sciences

by Adrianna Buenviaje @ The Daily Californian

UC Berkeley professors receive awards from National Academy of Sciences

Two UC Berkeley professors were honored Wednesday by the National Academy of Sciences, or NAS, for their research contributions to science.
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U.K. Lawmakers Want to Battle Waste with a ‘Latte Levy’ on Disposable Cups

U.K. Lawmakers Want to Battle Waste with a ‘Latte Levy’ on Disposable Cups

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

The British Parliament is considering a 34-cent tax on to-go cups to encourage diners to bring their own reusable containers. The goal is to replicate the success of Britain's tax on plastic bags.

Why Were Racial Categories Created And Why Do They Persist Today? 

by Abner Fletcher @ Houston Public Media

Al Martinez from the University of Texas thinks the ways we classify race are outdated and should be changed.

In One of L.A.’s Most Outrageous Murder Cases, a Rattlesnake Was the Weapon

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

In 1935, Robert S. James became L.A.’s worst husband

The post In One of L.A.’s Most Outrageous Murder Cases, a Rattlesnake Was the Weapon appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

There’s Already an “Oprah for President” Billboard Up in DTLA

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Oprah 2020? Kanye 2020 guy is at it again

The post There’s Already an “Oprah for President” Billboard Up in DTLA appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Democratic Candidate For Governor Lupe Valdez Calls For Increased Minimum Wage, Is Open To A Tax Increase

by Patrick Svitek, Texas Tribune @ Houston Public Media

Valdez spelled out some policy positions and avoided criticizing one of her main competitors for the nomination, Houston businessman Andrew White

Pho

by Lams @ Lam's Restaurant

A favorite noodle soup that incorporates different ingredients and spices to keep the body warm for South Dakota’s wintry weather. Each noodle soup comes with its unique broth and meat toppings.

Berkeley-based institute aims to support AI-related startups

by Matthew Lo @ The Daily Californian

Berkeley-based institute aims to support AI-related startups

Berkeley-based startup institute The House announced a new initiative via press release Wednesday that aims to support the translation of artificial intelligence, or AI, research into an industrially applicable form.
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Is Instagram Hurting or Helping Art?

by Phoenix Tso @ Los Angeles Magazine

With more and more museums catering to the social media set, it's a question worth pondering

The post Is Instagram Hurting or Helping Art? appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

L.A. Museums Are Going to Be Free for Just One Day

by Joe Donatelli @ Los Angeles Magazine

You finally get to try that 40-museum marathon you always imagined

The post L.A. Museums Are Going to Be Free for Just One Day appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Is a Federal Junk Food Tax in Our Future?

Is a Federal Junk Food Tax in Our Future?

by Civil Eats @ Bay Area Bites

As momentum builds for local soda taxes, a new study suggests taxes on junk food could be an effective public health tool.

These Not-So-Far-Out Spots Are Ideal for Meteor Spotting

by Thomas Harlander @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your guide to the best seats in the house for the Gemenid meteor shower

The post These Not-So-Far-Out Spots Are Ideal for Meteor Spotting appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Harvey Weinstein’s New Crisis PR Man Once Handled Rush Limbaugh, R. Kelly, and Accused Catholic Priests

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Los Angeles magazine looked inside the world of Mike Sitrick in 2006

The post Harvey Weinstein’s New Crisis PR Man Once Handled Rush Limbaugh, R. Kelly, and Accused Catholic Priests appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Couple brings Vietnamese cuisine to Gresham

Couple brings Vietnamese cuisine to Gresham


https://joomlakave.com

Pharmacist shares family recipes at Main Avenue @Pho.com restaurant in Gresham.

Get Ready to Have the Hello Kitty-est Holiday Season Imaginable

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

The Sanrio squad is taking over SoCal

The post Get Ready to Have the Hello Kitty-est Holiday Season Imaginable appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

When Disney Was a Mid-Century Modern Icon

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Remembering the Happiest Place of the Space Age

The post When Disney Was a Mid-Century Modern Icon appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Vietnamese cuisine is key to my identity

Vietnamese cuisine is key to my identity


The Daily Californian

Being Vietnamese escapes my identity often, in an Americanized world where cultures blend and communities grow increasingly apart.

UC Berkeley professor emerita receives prestigious anthropology award

by Ashley Wong @ The Daily Californian

UC Berkeley professor emerita receives prestigious anthropology award

UC Berkeley anthropology professor emerita Margaret Conkey was awarded the Thomas J. Huxley Memorial Medal in December 2017 for her studies of Paleolithic cave images and the role of gender in archaeology.
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5 new restaurants usher in next era for Vietnamese cuisine in New Orleans

5 new restaurants usher in next era for Vietnamese cuisine in New Orleans


NOLA.com

Spate of new restaurants openings have altered the face of Vietnamese cuisine in New Orleans.

WATCH: PBS NewsHour On DACA: Republicans Say There Won’t Be A Vote This Week. How Will Democrats Respond?

by PBS NewsHour @ Houston Public Media

The clock is ticking as lawmakers labor to find a way to keep the federal government running, hitting up against demands for more defense spending and a fix for the expiring DACA program

Taking a Look at the Landmarks Los Angeles Lost in 2017

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Our mini memoriam for some places that disappeared this year

The post Taking a Look at the Landmarks Los Angeles Lost in 2017 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

This Ventura Couple Saved Millions of Bees From the Thomas Fire

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

But they lost millions more when their apiary went up in flames

The post This Ventura Couple Saved Millions of Bees From the Thomas Fire appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Where to Find L.A.’s Most Instagram-Worthy Floors in Real Life

by Chloe Lew @ Los Angeles Magazine

Why should walls get all the glory?

The post Where to Find L.A.’s Most Instagram-Worthy Floors in Real Life appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

5 Patty Melts That Are Totally Worth the Indulgence

by Lesley Balla @ Los Angeles Magazine

If loving L.A.'s original diner delight is wrong, we don't want to be right

The post 5 Patty Melts That Are Totally Worth the Indulgence appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Angelenos Can Get a Glimpse of the (Affordable!) New Tesla on Friday

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The long-awaited Model 3 makes a public debut in L.A.

The post Angelenos Can Get a Glimpse of the (Affordable!) New Tesla on Friday appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The story of pho: Vietnamese cuisine gets a stylish makeover

The story of pho: Vietnamese cuisine gets a stylish makeover


The Independent

South-east Asian cuisine used to mean chicken with an irradiated glow and bomb-sized clumps of egg-fried rice. In other words, sweet, heavily sauced Chinese food, brought to Britain by Hong Kong immigrants in the early Sixties that was tinkered with to suit our tastes and has since become part of our urban culture.

Photographer Catherine Opie’s First Film Is an Avant-Garde Meditation on L.A.

by Scott Timberg @ Los Angeles Magazine

The movie was made entirely from still photographs

The post Photographer Catherine Opie’s First Film Is an Avant-Garde Meditation on L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Germany halts further arms exports to parties in Yemen war

Germany halts further arms exports to parties in Yemen war

by Markus Schreiber @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives at the German parliament Bundestag prior to a debate about refugee policy in Germany, in Berlin, Friday, Jan. 19, 2018. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

The 5 Most Interesting Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Like an epic Bowie/Prince dance party

The post The 5 Most Interesting Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

How The Disaster Artist Painstakingly Re-created Tommy Wiseau’s L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

A guide to where Franco and co. re-created the creation of The Room

The post How <em>The Disaster Artist</em> Painstakingly Re-created Tommy Wiseau’s L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Vietnamese Hot Pot

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

The winter is near, and what is the better way to enjoy a freezing winter night than having a hot spot dinner with your loved ones after a long tired day. Hot spot is one of the fastest and healthiest

The post Vietnamese Hot Pot appeared first on All About Vietnamese Cuisine.

10 Celebration-Worthy NYE Dinners at L.A. Restaurants

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Perhaps the only way for 2017 to leave a good taste in your mouth

The post 10 Celebration-Worthy NYE Dinners at L.A. Restaurants appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

NoMad—and All the Buzzy Bars and Restaurants Within—Will Open This Month

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Sydell Group’s follow-up to Line Hotel is finally here

The post NoMad—and All the Buzzy Bars and Restaurants Within—Will Open This Month appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Everything You Need to Know About the NBA All-Star Weekend In L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Tickets for basketball’s big weekend just went on sale

The post Everything You Need to Know About the NBA All-Star Weekend In L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Texas Attorney General Says It’s Illegal For Schools To Bus Kids To Polling Places

by Aliyya Swaby, The Texas Tribune @ Houston Public Media

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton issued an official, non binding opinion Wednesday saying school districts cannot provide transportation to get students to polling places unless the trip serves an educational purpose

Confusion Reigns As GOP Scrambles To Avert A Government Shutdown

by Kelsey Snell, NPR, SCOTT DETROW, NPR, Susan Davis, NPR @ Houston Public Media

The president indicated in a morning tweet that he opposed House Republicans' bill to extend long-term funding for a popular children's health care program as part of a short-term spending agreement

A Car Flew Into the Second Floor of a Building in Santa Ana and the Video Is Insane

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

The car soared approximately 60 feet through the air

The post A Car Flew Into the Second Floor of a Building in Santa Ana and the Video Is Insane appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Get Toasty With a Tour of Local Breweries

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Let the experts guide you through the best of the craft-beer scene

The post Get Toasty With a Tour of Local Breweries appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

How Foreigners React While Trying Durian, The Smelliest Fruit In The World!?

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

In this quick post, I will gather YouTube videos about how foreigners react while trying durian, the smelliest fruit in the world. What makes durian so different from other fruits is that most people hated at their first tries, but

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Hello world!

by skiprestaurant @ Pho Anh Vietnamese Cuisine

Welcome to Skip Multisite Network. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Gerrit Cole Excited To Join World Series Champion Astros

by Associated Press @ Houston Public Media

He will make $6.75 million in 2018, is arbitration eligible again next winter and can be a free agent after the 2019 season

L.A.’s Female Punk Pioneers Are Writing Themselves Into Rock History

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

A Frogtown party will raise funds for the Women of Rock Oral History Project

The post L.A.’s Female Punk Pioneers Are Writing Themselves Into Rock History appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Enjoy the Most Eccentric Tour of the City

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

From literary hot spots to scenes of the crimes, this one is not for the average tourist

The post Enjoy the Most Eccentric Tour of the City appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Robert Pinsky: America’s Poet

by Gabriella Ketema @ BU Today

The Simpsons holds nothing sacred—not even poetry. In episode 289, Lisa Simpson sits before the Café Kafka stage in a black beret. Smooth jazz fades into the background as the host takes the mic to introduce the “Coltrane of the quatrain, the Tony Danza of the A-B stanza,” three-term poet laureate of the United States, Robert Pinsky. Spot-lit […]

Helene An and her French/Vietnamese Cuisine

Helene An and her French/Vietnamese Cuisine


Los Angeles Magazine

Helene An recreated the James Beard Foundation meal as the debut dinner for the exclusive dinner series called GourMonday.

UPDATE: Houston To Welcome Warmer Temperatures Soon

by HPM Digital Team, Associated Press, HPM Staff @ Houston Public Media

Temperatures will remain warmer for the weekend, and Sunday we could be back in the 70s

About Us

by skiprestaurant @ Pho Anh Vietnamese Cuisine

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Shaun White Is Hosting a Snowboard Competition This Weekend—And It’s Totally Free

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

50 fantastic snowboarders will be showing off in SoCal

The post Shaun White Is Hosting a Snowboard Competition This Weekend—And It’s Totally Free appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Meet the Badass Girls of Los Anarchists, L.A.’s Roller Derby League for Kids

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

It’s a hard-knock life for them

The post Meet the Badass Girls of Los Anarchists, L.A.’s Roller Derby League for Kids appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Huntington’s Melinda Lopez Gets Personal with New Play

by Meaghan Glendon @ BU Today

In 2015, playwright-actress Melinda Lopez (GRS’00) sent herself text messages as she cared for her dying mother Those messages inspired her solo play, Mala, now on stage at the BCA  Calderwood Pavilion Play a moving, often funny portrait of caring for a dying parent Playwright and actress Melinda Lopez found herself caring for her dying […]

Artists and Activists Are Taking Over a DTLA Warehouse for Nine Days of Social Justice

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Into Action! comes to downtown in time for 45’s first anniversary

The post Artists and Activists Are Taking Over a DTLA Warehouse for Nine Days of Social Justice appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Nick Jonas Believes in Aliens, Michelle Obama, and the Power of Fried Chicken

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

He'll have you saying Oh Em Juman-gee

The post Nick Jonas Believes in Aliens, Michelle Obama, and the Power of Fried Chicken appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

You Have One More Chance to Get Tattooed at the Natural History Museum

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Become part of the display at Tattoo: An Exhibition

The post You Have One More Chance to Get Tattooed at the Natural History Museum appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

WATCH: PBS NewsHour On DACA: Where Durbin And His Fellow Democrats Stand

by PBS NewsHour @ Houston Public Media

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., says a Wednesday meeting with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly didn’t bring Congress any closer to an immigration deal

Historian by Day, Bard by Night

by Meaghan Glendon @ BU Today

Masterpieces can land on the page or canvas in a flash. At the end of his life, Vincent Van Gogh averaged a painting a day. Anthony Burgess wrote A Clockwork Orange in less than a month. But sometimes a work of art needs to gestate. Margaret Mitchell spent 10 years writing Gone with the Wind; Kanye West says it took him 5,000 […]

How to Make Vegetable Prep Easier with Your Food Processor

How to Make Vegetable Prep Easier with Your Food Processor

by Bay Area Bites @ Bay Area Bites

Take a break from practicing your knife skills and let your food processor do the work.

Here Are the Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

You want cheeseburger week? You can't handle cheeseburger week

The post Here Are the Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Jeff Sessions’ Attack on Legal Weed “Doesn’t Change Reality”

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

SoCal’s largest weed retailer reacts to the attorney general’s reversal of policy

The post Jeff Sessions’ Attack on Legal Weed “Doesn’t Change Reality” appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Best Things to Do In L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for January 2 to 5, 2018

The post The Best Things to Do In L.A. This Week appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

This Guy Stayed in SoCal’s Most Haunted Hotels to Separate Fact From Fiction

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Hotel Alexandria, Hotel del Coronado, the Mission Inn, and more

The post This Guy Stayed in SoCal’s Most Haunted Hotels to Separate Fact From Fiction appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Three Charged With Capital Murder In Spring Couple’s Death

by Associated Press @ Houston Public Media

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez says one of the men confessed to killing Bao and Jenny Lam, both 61, Thursday at their Spring home

Police find abandoned vehicle with pipe bomb inside

by By Jay Withrow / World-Herald staff writer @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

Police were called to an area in the vicinity of Ninth and 13th Streets and Ellison and Hartman Avenues over reports of a suspicious vehicle.

Hippo-y birthday to Fiona! The popular preemie is turning 1

Hippo-y birthday to Fiona! The popular preemie is turning 1

by John Minchillo @ www.herald-dispatch.com - RSS Results

Fiona, a baby Nile Hippopotamus, right, and her mother Bibi, swim in their enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in Cincinnati. Fiona, born six weeks prematurely at 29 pounds, well below the common 50-100…

The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for January 8 to 12, 2018

The post The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

A Guide to Local Meal Kits and CSAs to Jump-Start Your Healthy Eating

A Guide to Local Meal Kits and CSAs to Jump-Start Your Healthy Eating

by Kelly O'Mara @ Bay Area Bites

CSAs and meal kits can be a good way to get healthy food delivered to your door. Try these local options.

Lunch Anyone? Le’s Vietnamese Cuisine | BU Today | Boston University

Lunch Anyone? Le’s Vietnamese Cuisine | BU Today | Boston University


BU Today

An inexpensive Allston restaurant specializing in noodle soups

Vietnamese Cuisine in the Big Easy

Vietnamese Cuisine in the Big Easy


OffBeat Magazine

Scott Gold looks at Vietnamese cuisine in New Orleans for the September 2014 issue of OffBeat Magazine.

Which Way Should I Lean In The Current War Over Vietnamese Cuisine?

Which Way Should I Lean In The Current War Over Vietnamese Cuisine?


Bay Area Bites

Andrew Lam weighs in on the pho controversy started by a video made by Bon Appétit featuring a white chef telling people how to enjoy the dish.

Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water Brings Grotesque Beauty to Life

by Steve Erickson @ Los Angeles Magazine

The Mexican director's latest film features several genres wrapped into one

The post Guillermo del Toro’s <em>The Shape of Water</em> Brings Grotesque Beauty to Life appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Inside Lawry’s Beef Bowl, College Football’s Most Glorious Dining Tradition

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Before the Rose Bowl, Georgia and Oklahoma went head to head over prime rib

The post Inside Lawry’s Beef Bowl, College Football’s Most Glorious Dining Tradition appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for January 15 to 19, 2018

The post The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Vietnam Tourist Destinations (Food Pictures)

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

Cuisine is all about culture, and with a country that has more than 50 different ethnic groups from the north to the south like Vietnam, its cuisine styles are expected to be various from region to region. In this post,

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Here’s How Much Texas Statewide Officials Have To Spend On Their Re-Election Bids

by Patrick Svitek, Texas Tribune @ Houston Public Media

Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller appears to be in the most financially competitive statewide primary, with his challenger, former lobbyist Trey Blocker, reporting a higher cash-on-hand number ahead of the March 6 primary

When Did L.A. Have a Red City Hall?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Rumor has it, bricks from the city's former HQ have ended up all over town

The post When Did L.A. Have a Red City Hall? appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Most Exciting New Restaurants to Try in January

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

New year, new food

The post The Most Exciting New Restaurants to Try in January appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

For the First Time Ever, an All-Latinx Variety Show Takes UCB’s Main Stage

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Spanglish Aqui Presents is a first for the storied improv theater

The post For the First Time Ever, an All-Latinx Variety Show Takes UCB’s Main Stage appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

100 Things You Can Do for Free in L.A.

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Because in a city with $18 cocktails, we must find balance

The post 100 Things You Can Do for Free in L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Get Down Like Darcy at the Jane Austen Tea Social

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Why should fictional characters have all the fun?

The post Get Down Like Darcy at the Jane Austen Tea Social appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

A New Bistro Is Bringing French Decadence to Chinatown

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Want to impress a date? Oriel is the place

The post A New Bistro Is Bringing French Decadence to Chinatown appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Kim Ba Vietnamese Cuisine

Kim Ba Vietnamese Cuisine


Westword

For over two decades, owner Ba Forde has been serving a very traditional version of her home country's cuisine in a pleasant, near-invisible space in a strip mall. But in 2014, she moved the restaurant to a new location in the Pacific Ocean Marketplace. One bite of the green-lip mussels in a Thai coconut curry sauce, or the pork in spicy black-pepper sauce, or the duck with lemongrass is...

UPDATE: Iconic Irish Pub Tom Bergin’s Reduces Hours, Future Uncertain

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

After slashing staff, hours, and its food menu, one of L.A.’s oldest bars appears to be in jeopardy

The post UPDATE: Iconic Irish Pub Tom Bergin’s Reduces Hours, Future Uncertain appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

?n Vietnamese Cuisine - Asian Restaurants - Stittsville

?n Vietnamese Cuisine - Asian Restaurants - Stittsville


YellowPages.ca

An Vietnamese Cuisine - The best of the best, throughout the whole menu! The best Pho and Vietnamese cuisine in the Carp /Stittsville area. Our focus remains strong on our service ...

Chefs Nancy Silverton and Matt Molina Are Opening a Roman Pizza Spot in Highland Park

by Maddie Crichton @ Los Angeles Magazine

At Triple Beam, former Mozza colleagues pair up for casual pizza and panini

The post Chefs Nancy Silverton and Matt Molina Are Opening a Roman Pizza Spot in Highland Park appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Broad Is Debuting a Performance That Picks Up Where Infinity Mirrors Left Off

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

L.A.-based artists Ron Athey and Sean Griffin are teaming up for a powerful work

The post The Broad Is Debuting a Performance That Picks Up Where <i>Infinity Mirrors</i> Left Off appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Why Didn’t Houston Make The Cut For Amazon’s New HQ?

by Michael Hagerty @ Houston Public Media

Dallas and Austin made the list of finalists. Ed Egan from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy gives us his take on why Houston did not.

Century After Pandemic, Science Takes Its Best Shot At Flu

by LAURAN NEERGAARD, AP @ Houston Public Media

Labs around the country are hunting for a super-shot that could eliminate the annual fall vaccination in favor of one every five years or 10 years

Here’s how to get academic accommodations from the Disabled Students’ Program

by Sam Levin @ The Daily Californian

Here’s how to get academic accommodations from the Disabled Students’ Program

For hundreds of campus graduate and undergraduate students, preparing for the coming semester also means finding accommodations for disabilities.
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The Daily Californian

Here’s What You Missed at Jay-Z’s 4:44 Tour Finale in Inglewood

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The rap legend is not giving up the throne just yet

The post Here’s What You Missed at Jay-Z’s 4:44 Tour Finale in Inglewood appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Wave Of Lawsuits Filed To Block Net-Neutrality Repeal

by TALI ARBEL, AP @ Houston Public Media

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who is leading the suit, said Tuesday that the end of the net neutrality rules would hurt consumers and businesses

The 10 Best New Restaurants of 2017

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

From mind-blowing tasting menus to hauntingly good gyoza, it was a fantastic year to eat in L.A.

The post The 10 Best New Restaurants of 2017 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Majority Of Americans See Trump’s First Year As A Failure

by Jessica Taylor, NPR @ Houston Public Media

A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist survey finds Americans believe Trump has divided the nation in his first year as president. But people who backed him in 2016 continue to be firmly behind him.

A Few of Our Favorite Longreads for Your Holiday-Reading Pleasure

by Phoebe Reilly @ Los Angeles Magazine

A gift from us to you

The post A Few of Our Favorite Longreads for Your Holiday-Reading Pleasure appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Here Are the 11 Best Things to Do in L.A. in January

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your guide to the month's can’t-miss events

The post Here Are the 11 Best Things to Do in L.A. in January appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

WATCH LIVE: NASA Briefing Previews Upcoming US Spacewalks

by HPM Digital Team @ Houston Public Media

American and Japanese astronauts aboard the International Space Station will embark on a pair of spacewalks Jan. 23 and 29 to service the station’s robotic arm

Could Texans Receive A False Alarm About A Nuclear Missile Launch?

by Alex Samuels, The Texas Tribune @ Houston Public Media

No, because the state has no warning system like Hawaii does

Top 5 Most Popular Vietnamese Dishes

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

In this post, I will share the top 5 most popular Vietnamese dishes which you can easily find if you visit my country. I will also include a recipe for each dish, so you can try to make it at

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Cyclo Vietnamese Cuisine Restaurant

Cyclo Vietnamese Cuisine Restaurant


Phoenix New Times

With over a decade in the business, Chandler's Cyclo definitely must be doing something right. With both fusion and classic Vietnamese fare, you can enjoy a range of options, including vegetarian and gluten-free upon request. Favorites include bun cha Hanoi and bun bo xao, though the pho at Cyclo is also on point. Owner Justina Duong has kept her modern Asian fusion spot open with love and...

A Play With (Mostly) No Dialogue Still Communicates the Weirdness of Silent Retreats

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Bess Wohl's critical hit, Small Mouth Sounds, makes its way from New York to the Broad Stage

The post A Play With (Mostly) No Dialogue Still Communicates the Weirdness of Silent Retreats appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Czech lawmakers lift immunity for PM Babis over fraud claims

Czech lawmakers lift immunity for PM Babis over fraud claims

by By KAREL JANICEK Associated Press @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

PRAGUE (AP) — Czech lawmakers agreed Friday to lift the immunity from prosecution for Prime Minister Andrej Babis over alleged fraud involving European Union subsidies.

Dining review: Dig deep at Mekong, and you’ll find surprises among the Vietnamese classics

Dining review: Dig deep at Mekong, and you’ll find surprises among the Vietnamese classics


newsobserver

Mekong in Morrisville serves traditional Vietnamese fare but with some special additions. It’s hard to go wrong, whether you crave the comfort of the familiar or are looking to shake things up a bit.

Study: Texas Infant Mortality Rates Vary Dramatically By ZIP Code

by Michael Hagerty @ Houston Public Media

A doctor behind the study explains just how much variation there is from area to area and what's behind the numbers.

Every Juice at Moon Juice, Ranked

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

We heard you could use a little help with that New Year's resolution

The post Every Juice at Moon Juice, Ranked appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Can You Guess Which Jeff Koons Balloon Animal Is Being Built at LACMA as We Speak?

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

It's going to be pretty bananas

The post Can You Guess Which Jeff Koons Balloon Animal Is Being Built at LACMA as We Speak? appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

South’s Slow-Motion Freeze Begins To Relent

by Associated Press @ Houston Public Media

Texas and other areas of the south reduced their power usage Thursday morning after usage Wednesday hit a winter record

Bestia Chef Ori Menashe Is Opening a New Spot and We Cannot Wait

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

He's looking past Italy for the culinary inspiration

The post Bestia Chef Ori Menashe Is Opening a New Spot and We Cannot Wait appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Former Houston Compaq Campus To Be Sold By HPE

by Brien Straw @ Houston Public Media

The company said that the manufacturing facilities at that location were irreparably damaged by Harvey

ENG Prof Elected Fellow of National Academy of Inventors

by Meaghan Glendon @ BU Today

In the late 1990s, with an expected explosion in demand for internet bandwidth, the telecommunications industry was scrambling to devise switches that would rapidly transmit massive amounts of data—videos, music, photos, email. David Bishop, a College of Engineering professor of electrical and computer engineering and head of the Division of Materials Science and Engineering, was […]

Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnamese Cuisine


Backroads Blog

Backroads trip leader Austin Render eats his way through Vietnam, with its remarkably unique and diverse cusine: pho ga, ca phe me trang, bahn mi, bun bo Hue and even grilled chicken feet, all washed down with a cold Tiger beer.

IOC: More initiatives coming to promote Korean unity

by By JAMEY KEATEN Associated Press @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Olympics organizers on Friday welcomed an agreement between North and South Korea to unite athletes at the upcoming Winter Games in Pyeongchang, and promised that "much more exciting initiatives" promoting Korean unity will emerge this weekend.

Step Inside an Otherworldly Psychedelic Cave 1,000 Hours in the Making

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Artist Laurie Shapiro’s immersive Hollywood installation feels alive

The post Step Inside an Otherworldly Psychedelic Cave 1,000 Hours in the Making appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

BEST MOBILE APPS TO SAVE MONEY ON FOOD FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS (Part 1)

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

This quick blog post will not exactly be about Vietnamese Cuisine, but it is still about food. In this post, I will share with you some of the best mobile apps to save money on food for college students. FYI,

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Democrats Dig In On Immigration, Shutdown Risk Or No

by STEVE PEOPLES / AP @ Houston Public Media

The fight over the fate of the "dreamers" — some 700,000 people who were brought to the U.S. as children and are now here illegally — is increasingly becoming a test of Democrats' progressive mettle

Five Things to Know about Helping a Drunk Student

by Gabriella Ketema @ BU Today

Many BU students don’t drink alcohol at all, but some who do will drink dangerously. The majority of the 96 Terriers taken to the hospital for acute intoxication last fall were younger than the Massachusetts legal drinking age of 21. BU Today asked staff from the Dean of Students office, Student Health Services (SHS), and […]

Cal men’s basketball tasked with slowing down No. 16 Arizona State’s high-octane offense

by Justice delos Santos @ The Daily Californian

Cal men’s basketball tasked with slowing down No. 16 Arizona State’s high-octane offense

With a figure that low, it should come as no surprise that the Bears’ first-, second-, third- and fourth-lowest scoring performances have come in this stretch of basketball.
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Full Show: Apartment Rents, And Redefining Racial Categories (Jan. 18, 2018)

by Abner Fletcher @ Houston Public Media

On Thursday's Houston Matters: We learn about trends in apartment rent in Houston. We discuss the changing notions of race in our society. And a new documentary looks at the life of playwright Lorraine Hansberry.

Vietnam Tourist Destinations (Sites Pictures)

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnam is a beautiful country with an extraordinary 4000-year history. Every year, there are millions of tourist visit to Vietnam from all around the world. Friends come to Vietnam for its wonderful sites, its cultures, and definitely for its various cuisine

The post Vietnam Tourist Destinations (Sites Pictures) appeared first on All About Vietnamese Cuisine.

The Best New Cheap Eats in L.A.: 17 Great Dishes Under $15

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Our favorite affordable spots from 2017, serving everything from Filipino rice bowls to seafood tostadas

The post The Best New Cheap Eats in L.A.: 17 Great Dishes Under $15 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

7 Cultural Hot Spots We’re Most Excited to Visit in 2018

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

A new Magic Castle, restored art, cool theater, and more on the horizon

The post 7 Cultural Hot Spots We’re Most Excited to Visit in 2018 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Germany halts further arms exports to parties in Yemen war

Germany halts further arms exports to parties in Yemen war

by @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

BERLIN (AP) — Germany says it won't approve arms exports to countries involved in the conflict in Yemen, a move that could affect sales of military hardware to Saudi Arabia.

Take a Behind-the-Scenes Peek at the Golden Globes

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Here’s how a team of thousands creates one of Hollywood’s biggest nights

The post Take a Behind-the-Scenes Peek at the Golden Globes appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for December 18 to 22, 2017

The post The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

WHY VIETNAMESE CUISINE?

WHY VIETNAMESE CUISINE?


All About Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnamese cuisine is the beautiful combination of freshness, healthiness, and delightful. It is the harmonious mixture of flavors, colors, and textures.

This Snowy Getaway Is the Antidote to an Extra-Warm January

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The site of the ultimate Olympic qualifier is your perfect winter weekend

The post This Snowy Getaway Is the Antidote to an Extra-Warm January appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Czech lawmakers lift immunity for PM Babis over fraud claims

Czech lawmakers lift immunity for PM Babis over fraud claims

by Petr David Josek @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

Czech Republic's Prime Minister Andrej Babis attends a parliament session in Prague, Czech Republic, Friday, Jan. 19, 2018. Lawmakers in the lower house of Parliament have agreed to lift the immunity from prosecution for billionaire Andrej Babis over an alleged…

Cookbook of the Year: L.A. Mexicano

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Bill Esparza pays homage to those defining Mexican cuisine in Los Angeles

The post Cookbook of the Year: <i>L.A. Mexicano</i> appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Pho-ast Casual PhoNatic To Totally Chain Up Austin

by phonatic @ Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

Local Vietnamese spot PhoNatic, the Allandale fast-casual brainchild of the family behind the sprawling Asian grocery superstore MT Supermarket on North Lamar, will expand to three locations in 2013, moving...

The post Pho-ast Casual PhoNatic To Totally Chain Up Austin appeared first on Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine.

5 L.A. Neon Artists You Need to Follow on Instagram

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

Fill your feed with electric color

The post 5 L.A. Neon Artists You Need to Follow on Instagram appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Weirdest Vietnamese Foods and Drinks

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

Most of people know about Vietnamese Cuisine by its signature dishes, Pho or Banhmi, and its elegant, light, and healthy cooking style, but Vietnamese cuisine is way more than that. In the last couple of my blog posts, I have

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This fast-casual Vietnamese eatery is the real deal

by phonatic @ Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

When I first heard about this new fast-casual Vietnamese concept, I was skeptical, thinking the menu would be sanitized for mass consumption rather than remain “authentic.” But my preconceptions quickly...

The post This fast-casual Vietnamese eatery is the real deal appeared first on Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine.

Vegetarian

by Lams @ Lam's Restaurant

Vietnamese vegetarian food use plenty of tofu, herbs, and spices to combine creativity and flavor into dishes. Many of our vegetarian dishes are made with various vegetables like taro, jicama, onions, among others, then incorporated into other dish such as stir-fries, salad bowls, sandwich fillings, or rice dishes. The condiment that accompanies certain meals are […]

Parents Of 13 Children Charged With Years Of Torture, Abuse

by Associated Press @ Houston Public Media

The victims range in age from 2 to 29

One Year In, How’s Trump Doing?

by Gabriella Ketema @ BU Today

Donald Trump, the most un-clichéd of presidents, nevertheless conjures a cliché: what a difference a year makes. What do Americans think of the president now? A recent NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that by a 53-to-40-percent margin, Americans consider Trump’s first year a failure. Shortly after the 2016 election, we asked some BU experts for their take on […]

Porto’s Bakery Makes L.A. History With the Largest-Ever Rosca de Reyes

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

24 feet of sweet bliss

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L.A.’s Most Essential Dish This Year Was a $14 Bowl of Rice

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

How Kismet’s Jeweled Crispy Rice transforms a simple starch into something spectacular

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New Name-New Website-Same Great Food

by admin @ Cam Ranh Bay Vietnamese and Japanese Restaurant Banner Elk NC

New Name-New Website-Same Great Food, as the former Tokyo Express gets an upgrade to the interior of the restaurant, the website, and the new colorful menu. please stop by and see our improvements in many areas. – Nancy check out the new website at http://www.camranhbaync.com

Why Is One SoCal Community Living Longer Than the Rest of Us?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

There’s a Secret Longevity “Blue Zone” in San Bernardino County

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Berkeley Cannabis Commission, cannabis business owners discuss reducing Berkeley’s marijuana sales tax

by Ella Colbert @ The Daily Californian

Berkeley Cannabis Commission, cannabis business owners discuss reducing Berkeley’s marijuana sales tax

The city of Berkeley currently taxes medical and recreational marijuana sales by 2.5 percent and 10 percent, respectively, which was strongly protested by many Berkeley cannabis business owners at a Cannabis Commission meeting Thursday.
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Beyond pho on Oakland’s Vietnamese restaurant row

Beyond pho on Oakland’s Vietnamese restaurant row


San Francisco Chronicle

Beyond pho on Oakland’s Vietnamese restaurant row Ten years ago, pho was the throughline that linked the Vietnamese restaurants on Oakland’s International Boulevard. From 2nd Avenue to 15th Avenue, laminated menu after laminated menu listed the same variations on Vietnam’s most famous soup. Much of what you’d order was the sweeter, more aromatic Southern-style beef noodle soup, with the occasional appearance of chicken pho. Over the past decade, most of the smoky cafes and soup parlors with sticky tabletops and fluorescent lights have faded out or, in the case of the marvelous Pho Ao Sen (1139 E. 12th St.), beautified. The broth has a faint and fetching anise note, almost like a Vietnamese bouillabaisse, and the noodles are covered in meats — braised chicken, prawns, roast pork — as well as herbs, ground peanuts and stiff twists of polka-dotted rice crackers. When you sit down at this 2½- month-old place — a burgundy-walled cafe with a koi pond in the front and a card room in the back — owner Kim Thuy will bring over a basket of fresh herbs and direct you to grab a drink from the refrigerators. The bun nuoc leo ($9), a specialty of their hometown, softens the ferocity of fermented fish with lemongrass and crispy roast pork, and Mien Tay’s anise-tinged chicken curry ($8) is as sweet and delicate as a tapioca pudding. Floating over the tangle of rice noodles are crab and shrimp meatballs, broth-drunk fried tofu, and fresh red and green cabbage. At this 5-year-old cafe, bun mam ($8.50-$9.25) made in the style of Soc Trang, a province southwest of Ho Chi Minh City, is so good that competitors up and down the stretch have begun advertising it on awnings and photocopied wall signs. First-timers may freeze at the first smell of mam ca, the fermented fish paste that flavors the cola-colored broth, but its sharp odor seems to disappear by the third spoonful. [...] the banana blossoms and herbs you’ve dumped into the bowl have melted into the soup, and your attention is captured by the bun mam’s depth and delicate sweetness, not to mention all the crispy-skin roast pork, prawns and poached fish your chopsticks bring to the surface.

18 Places to Immerse Yourself in Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

Live your life in Ultra Violet

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Good dog, bad dog ... Delta wants to know before you board

Good dog, bad dog ... Delta wants to know before you board

by Julio Cortez @ www.herald-dispatch.com - RSS Results

FILE - In this April 1, 2017 file photo, a service dog strolls through the isle inside a United Airlines plane at Newark Liberty International Airport while taking part in a training exercise, in Newark, N.J. Delta Air Lines says…

Five Books You Need to Read This January

by Zoie Matthew @ Los Angeles Magazine

If you resolved to read more in 2k18, we’ve got you covered

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What Would A Government Shutdown Mean For Texas?

by Alex Samuels, The Texas Tribune @ Houston Public Media

A shutdown is poised to take place unless Congress passes a new spending bill and President Donald Trump signs it into law by Jan. 19. That could mean closed parks, furloughed workers and the temporary closure of NASA in Texas

Beat the Chill of a Gloomy Day With L.A.’s Best Hot Pots

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Get steamy with classic shabu shabu, Taiwanese fusion bowls, and more

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Pho Soc Trang

Pho Soc Trang


Pho Soc Trang Vietnamese Cuisine <br />​1530 Water St.Kelowna, BC 778.478.0541

Vietnamese Restaurant Kelowna Downtown

Best Sonoma Restaurants: 18 Picks from the Food Critics

Best Sonoma Restaurants: 18 Picks from the Food Critics

by Sonoma Magazine @ Bay Area Bites

The food critics at Sonoma Magazine have picked out their favorite places to eat in the county.

Turquía: No hay marcha atrás en ofensiva contra kurdos

Turquía: No hay marcha atrás en ofensiva contra kurdos

by Uncredited @ www.omaha.com - RSS Results

Esta foto dada a conocer por la oficina de prensa de la milicia curda YPG muestra a manifestantes en una marcha contra amenazas turcas en Afrin, en la provincia de Alepo, en el norte de Siria, el jueves, 18 de…

Dogs in L.A. Shelters Could Be Going Vegan

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Maybe Morrissey will adopt them all

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These Powerful Political Posters Called Out Police Violence in L.A. and Beyond

by Drew Tewksbury @ Los Angeles Magazine

Artists take action in a Venice exhibit

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These Are the Best dineL.A. Reservations to Book Immediately

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your cheat sheet to winning dineL.A.

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This Is Why Grammy Nominations Always Seem So Weird

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Breaking down music’s biggest—and strangest—prize

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Lunch Anyone? Eventide Fenway

by Meaghan Glendon @ BU Today

Attention seafood lovers: Eventide Oyster Company, the popular Portland, Maine, eatery known for its lobster rolls and fresh Maine oysters, now has a scaled-down outpost in the Fenway, offering many of its classic staples in a counter-service setting. The appropriately christened Eventide Fenway has been drawing big lunch crowds since opening in October. You’ll walk into […]

Here’s the Story Behind Time’s Up, Hollywood’s Anti-Sexual Harassment Movement

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Stars wearing black on the red carpet is just the beginning

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Turning Soybeans Into Diesel Fuel is Costing Us Billions

Turning Soybeans Into Diesel Fuel is Costing Us Billions

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

The law that requires America to turn some of its soybeans into diesel fuel for trucks has created a new industry. But it's costing American consumers about $5 billion each year.

Rise and Shine with a Morning Hot Air Balloon Ride

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Let the weekend take you up, up, and away

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Cam Ranh Bay Photos

by admin @ Cam Ranh Bay Vietnamese and Japanese Restaurant Banner Elk NC

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The 5 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Pre-Holiday Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Comedy! Christmas cocktails! Ice bumper cars!

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Soaring Popularity Of Grass-Fed Beef May Hit Roadblock: Less Nutritious Grass

Soaring Popularity Of Grass-Fed Beef May Hit Roadblock: Less Nutritious Grass

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

Since the mid-'90s, levels of crude protein in the plants, which cattle need to grow, have dropped nearly 20 percent, and it may just be a matter of time before prairie grasses can't support grazing.

L.A. Chefs Are on a Mission to Master the Perfect Hummus

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Forget pita, we’ll just eat these with a spoon

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34 Vietnamese Dishes To Try Apart from Phở and Bánh Mì

34 Vietnamese Dishes To Try Apart from Phở and Bánh Mì


KCET

We asked Chef Diep Tran of Good Girl Dinette to give us a rundown of Vietnamese dishes we should try aside from the usual pho and banh mi.

Vietnamese Sweet Soups – Che

by vietnamesecuisine @ All About Vietnamese Cuisine

What is Che? Che is originated from the North of Vietnam. It refers to any Vietnamese sweet soups and desert pudding. Che is normally made from different types of fruit and beans. Since Vietnam is a tropical country which is known for its various

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The 6 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Hop aboard this express train to Fun Town

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DTLA Breweries Are Pouring Limited-Edition Beers This Weekend for a Good Cause

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

From barrel-aged barley wines to lactose-infused IPAs

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Home | Heavenly Pho San Antonio, TX | Vietnamese Cuisine

Home | Heavenly Pho San Antonio, TX | Vietnamese Cuisine


Heavenly Pho San Antonio, TX | Vietnamese Cuisine

Heavenly Pho San Antonio, TX | Vietnamese Cuisine, Thai Food, Chinese Food & Healthy Lunch Specials Heavenly Pho offers healthy food choices.

After They Die, These People’s Bodies Will Become Part of a Museum Exhibit

by Jennifer Swann @ Los Angeles Magazine

Meet the Angelenos donating their corpses to be posed and plastinated for Body Worlds

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Texas’ And The Nation’s First Execution Of The Year Is Set For A Houston Serial Killer

by Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune @ Houston Public Media

Texas' "Tourniquet Killer" is set for execution Thursday. It would be the first execution under Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg, a Democrat who oversaw the first year without an execution in the county for more than 30 years.

Austin And Dallas On Short List For Second Amazon Headquarters, Houston Did Not Make The Cut

by Matthew Watkins, Texas Tribune, Emma Platoff, Texas Tribune @ Houston Public Media

Houston is out, while Austin and Dallas are among 20 North American cities being considered for a second headquarters for Amazon, the online retailing giant announced Thursday morning

St. Louis News and Events | Riverfront Times

St. Louis News and Events | Riverfront Times


Riverfront Times

Local St. Louis news, events, music, movies, restaurants, and reviews from Riverfront Times

Hippo-y birthday to Fiona! The popular preemie is turning 1

Hippo-y birthday to Fiona! The popular preemie is turning 1

by John Minchillo @ www.herald-dispatch.com - RSS Results

Fiona, a baby Nile Hippopotamus, swims through her enclosure as visitors look on at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in Cincinnati. Fiona, born six weeks prematurely at 29 pounds, well below the common 50-100 pound…

Cheese Tea Has Officially Hit Los Angeles and We’re Here For It

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

It sounds so wrong, but it feels so right

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COM’s Jonathan Klarfeld Remembered as Tough but Kind

by Meaghan Glendon @ BU Today

Students say Jonathan Klarfeld considered his classroom their first newsroom and himself their first city editor. Behind his seemingly gruff demeanor, the longtime College of Communication associate professor of journalism cared deeply about his students, they say. Klarfeld, 80, died January 8 after a monthlong hospitalization. “I read over the past week that he was […]

Baltimore mayor replaces police commissioner

Baltimore mayor replaces police commissioner

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BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore's mayor announced Friday she has replaced the city's police commissioner, saying a change in leadership was needed to reduce crime and violence more quickly.

An Di: Vietnamese cuisine, Japanese sensibility | The Japan Times

An Di: Vietnamese cuisine, Japanese sensibility | The Japan Times


The Japan Times

Were it not for the name on the illuminated sign hanging at the entrance, you would be hard pressed to identify An Di as a Vietnamese restaurant. Inside or

Southeast Asian meets Southwest Austin

by phonatic @ Phonatic Vietnamese Cuisine

In 2010 Pat Lee noticed that Vietnamese food had not gone mainstream. He and his wife, Sara, were operating a franchise of a Houston-based Vietnamese restaurant at the time.  They...

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Your Next Fried Chicken Obsession Has Arrived

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Honey-dipped chicken? It’s totally a thing.

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Bay Area Bites’ Guide to Winter Recipe Favorites

Bay Area Bites’ Guide to Winter Recipe Favorites

by Wendy Goodfriend @ Bay Area Bites

Winter doesn't mean you can't make tasty meals. Try our seasonal favorites and comfort food classics.

A New Star Wars VR Experience Lets You Go Undercover as a Stormtrooper

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

"Hyper reality" meets hyperspace at Downtown Disney

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Everything You Need to Know About Olive Oil

Everything You Need to Know About Olive Oil

by Bay Area Bites @ Bay Area Bites

How to shop for, cook with, and store olive oil.

France's Macron pledges big increase in defense budget

France's Macron pledges big increase in defense budget

by Claude Paris @ www.herald-dispatch.com - RSS Results

French President Emmanuel Macron reviews an honor guard upon his arrival on board the the Dixmude, an amphibious assault ship, docked in the French Navy base of Toulon, southern France, before delivering a speech to present his New Year's wishes…

Three L.A.-Based Indie Comedians Have Gone Corporate

by Kelly MacLean @ Los Angeles Magazine

Comedy Central's newest show is "Dilbert by way of David Fincher"

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