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Erika Jayne Calls Herself A “Rich Crook” In Resurfaced Clip From 2018

This season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has truly been a rollercoaster. The legal drama surrounding Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi is horrific for so many reasons. The seriousness of the storyline has sent us all into a bit of a frenzy. We’ve all had to take a closer look at Erika’s time […] The post Erika Jayne Calls Herself A “Rich Crook” In Resurfaced Clip From 2018 appeared first on Reality Tea.
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Los Angeles Has Its First Afro-Mexican Restaurant And It's Everything

Los Angeles has a new restaurant that fuses the cuisines of Africa and Mexico. Tamales Elena y Antojitos located in Bell Gardens right outside of Downtown Los Angeles is filling the food void for the multicultural city. The first Afro-Mexican restaurant features a vast menu full of different types of tamales, tacos, moles, plantains, pozole, black beans and more.

The Bold And The Beautiful Spoilers: Will Liam Break Up Wyatt and Flo – Wedding Plans Crumble?

The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers document that Wyatt Spencer (Darin Brooks) is a very fortunate man. He has an incredible woman who wants to spend the rest of her life with him. Flo Logan (Katrina Bowden) is his perfect match and would be the same for scores of other eligible bachelors in this version of Los Angeles, California, if she is ever alienated.

After an Elderly Street Vendor Is Attacked and Robbed in Long Beach, ‘Mexicahana’ Hibachi Restaurant Offers Him a Safe Space to Work In

Last week, 75-year-old flower vendor Miguel Angel Gonzalez was selling flowers on Anaheim and Atlantic in Long Beach when he was randomly attacked out of nowhere. The flower vendor, who is from Mexico City, said he was on his way to the gas station to buy a refreshment after being in the sun since 10 AM that day when it all happened. As he walked over to the gas station, he counted his money when he noticed three men walking towards him. Thinking nothing of it, he continued counting his money because he was trying to make sure he had enough change for a drink. But before he walked into the gas station, one of the men walking towards him attempted to take his money from his hands.

Man Shot, Killed On Metro Train In Downtown LA

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A man was shot to death on a Metro train in downtown Los Angeles late Wednesday night. Sept. 16, 2021. (CBSLA) The shooting occurred at 11:50 p.m. on a northbound Metro Blue Line train at the Washington station, located at Washington Boulevard and Long Beach Avenue. According to Los Angeles police, when the train came to a stop at the station, the doors opened and the male suspect exited the train, pointed a gun at the victim and opened fire as the victim was stepping out of the train. The 35-year-old victim, whose name was not immediately released, died at the scene. The suspect ran from the scene. He was described only as a Hispanic man in his 20s or 30s. There was no word on a motive or whether the shooting was gang related. Metro service in both directions was shut down as of 5 a.m.

LA County Sheriff’s Employee Killed, Woman Hurt After Vintage Sports Car Careens Into Pole In Temple City

TEMPLE CITY (CBSLA) – A man employed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department was killed, and a woman was injured, when a vintage muscle car slammed into a light pole in Temple City early Thursday morning. Sept. 16, 2021. (LLN) The crash involving a Shelby Cobra 427 Roadster replica car occurred at 2:10 a.m. at the intersection of Santa Anita Avenue and Freer Street. According to California Highway Patrol, the car carrying two people was speeding north on Santa Anita when the LASD employee lost control taking a curve. The car slammed into a median and then struck a street sign and...

Inside the Nation's Largest Guaranteed Income Experiment

One evening in early June, Leo and his family were able to enjoy a treat they hadn’t experienced in months: a sit-down meal at a restaurant. At a fried chicken chain in a Compton, California strip mall, they splurged on a few plates of fried rice, each costing under $13.99. The money Leo, 39, makes as a mechanic never seems to satisfy the deluge of bills that pile up on his kitchen counter each month, so the modest meal felt like a luxury. “It made me very happy,” Leo says in Spanish through an interpreter.

Video shows hit-and-run that killed woman riding skateboard in Tarzana; driver outstanding

Authorities released video footage Wednesday as they sought the public’s help to identify a hit-and-run driver who killed a woman on a skateboard in Tarzana a day earlier. Around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday, a silver four-door sedan was traveling southbound on Tampa Avenue, south of Oxnard Street, when it collided with a pedestrian riding a skateboard that was travelling outside a marked crosswalk on Tampa, the Los Angeles Police Department said in a news release.