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New 'Coastal Italian' restaurant coming to Beverly Boulevard

A new Italian restaurant called Sirena will be opening Jan. 17 at 8265 Beverly Blvd. (between North Harper and North Sweetzer Avenues) in Los Angeles, in the space long-occupied by Pane e Vino, which closed after 20 years in the building back in 2011.

The restaurant is helmed by executive chef Sandy Gendel along with partners Jeremy Strubel and Kenneth Curran, who designed much of the restaurant. Gendel has worked with chefs including Nancy Silverton, Alice Waters, and Jonathan Waxman, and was the opening chef at Pace and Porta Via.

The focus at Sirena will be on seafood and Mediterranean fare, using olive oil instead of butter and roux, and a wood-burning oven will be the kitchen’s focal point. Fresh bread, whole fish, pizzas, and vegetables will be cooked inside it, and in fact a hole had to be cut through the bar so the bread peel could reach all the way in. Just about everything served will be made in-house, from bread to pasta to smoked salmon.

"We are very excited at the prospect of bringing back a terrific restaurant to this storied locale," Gendel said in a press release. "We’re really aiming to join the ranks of fantastic neighborhood restaurants."

Here’s What All 17 ‘Top Chef’ Winners Are Doing Now

Top Chef, thankfully, continues to stand out from its reality TV competition. Unlike other cooking shows where you may see home cooks try to make opulent desserts, precocious child chefs get yelled at by Gordon Ramsay or industry pros forced to cook a meal from baskets filled with marmite and goat’s brains, the Emmy Award winner is actually trying to suss out who is a great chef.

Last year, for Top Chef All Stars LA, there was a bit of a cognitive dissonance. The season had been filmed the fall before, when Covid-19 virus didn’t even exist in humans. It was strange, yet at times comforting, to see a world not in lockdown unspooling before us. It offered a brief reprieve from the wrath the pandemic was exacting upon the restaurant industry that the show celebrates. This year, it’ll be different. The hosts, cheftestants, crew and rotating panel of guests judges bubbled together in Portland, Ore. like the NBA did in Orlando, to film the show’s 18th season, which kicks off this week. Though the industry is shaken and the show format altered, Top Chef will hopefully still provide a platform for rising stars to compete against each other in a grueling test of their creativity and skill. As we tune in to see who will be crowned the 18th winner, we wanted to check in on what the previous 17 champions are up to now.

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Los Angeles Teachers, Parents Stand Up Against Politicians’ Threats

Despite pressure from local politicians, businesses, Gov. Gavin Newsom, Mayor Eric Garcetti, and the Los Angeles Times, teachers throughout California—and especially in Los Angeles—have mobilized to demand vaccinations before school reopening.

The teachers, backed by parents, have actively responded to this attack on their United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) union for demanding a full complement of safety measures. They note that this is the same lineup of forces who opposed the teachers strike 18 months ago that transformed UTLA into a much stronger union and won important victories.

On Saturday, February 20, a 100-car caravan stretched through downtown Los Angeles—sponsored by Students Deserve, Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, Los Angeles Alliance for New Economy, Eastside Padres Contra Privatization, Reclaim Our Schools, and UTLA.

Cars were adorned with bilingual signs saying Not My Child, Schools Are Not Safe End Educational Racism Teachers Lives Matter AND Don’t Save the Economy by Risking a Child’s Life.

“UTLA stands strong with parents and students. Let’s be clear, our members have been working hard since the beginning of the pandemic and continue to do so,” UTLA organizer Mario Valenzuela told this reporter. “We want to physically return to our classrooms ASAP as well, but only when it’s safe for all. The vast communities that we serve are disproportionately impacted and have disproportionately less access to vaccines and healthcare. We want to go back in when the infection rate gets us below the purple tier, when we have access to vaccines, and when we can all be guaranteed PPEs, social distancing, well-working ventilation systems and an effective cleaning & sanitation regimen. We also urgently need reforms to support students’ immediate needs for do’s stance learning and an end to educational racism”

Parents also participated in the caravan including Jazmin Garcia who told the pre-caravan assembled, “We seek a safe environment in the schools. The virus has impacted the Black and Brown communities the most and a premature opening will negatively affect us. We say vaccinate teachers now. We reject Governor Newsom’s plan to reopen without this. Black parent voices are being ignored. The rich and primarily white politicians are pushing for reopening. We are happy that school police are out of the schools, a victory we have won and more nurses in the schools won through the strike.”

Jsane Tyler, representing Powerful Parents of the LA, told this reporter, “As Black parents, we would love to send our kids back but campuses must be safe.”

Opposition to opening the schools without vaccinating teachers is not unique to Los Angeles.

The California Federation of Teachers released the results of a recent poll of 1,217 of its members who are educators and classified professionals across California. The poll found teachers and school workers are eager to return to in-person instruction and agree by overwhelming margins that vaccines and multi-layered mitigation strategies must be at the center of any effort to reopen schools for in-person instruction.

In the poll, over 89% of educators and classified professionals rated as extremely important or important each of the following items when considering returning to in-person instruction:

  • Ensuring a COVID-19 vaccine is readily available for all educators and classified professionals. (90% extremely important or important.)
  • Having an adequate supply of personal protective equipment, or PPE, including masks, gloves, face shields, and cleaning equipment. (90% extremely important or important.)
  • Having ventilation plans that take weather and air quality into account and maximize fresh air circulation. (90% extremely important or important.)
  • Okay, where I wanted to know Having regular testing available for all educators and classified professionals. (89% extremely important or important.)

“This poll confirms that, by overwhelming margins, educators and classified professionals agree on the safety measures that are essential to safely resume in-person instruction. We want to be back in the classroom as soon as we can do so safely,” said CFT President Jeff Freitas. “Safe, phased-in approaches that include vaccinations for school workers are already underway in districts throughout the state. These districts should serve as a guide for safe resumption of classroom teaching in districts across California.”

More vaccines on the way

Gov. Newsom just announced that California will be receiving 1.27 million doses of the vaccines this week. Yet, Newsom has repeatedly argued against guaranteed vaccinations for teachers before in-person education resumes, saying the state does not currently have enough supply to inoculate teachers without making older and vulnerable Californians move further down the priority list. The vaccines exist. Do the math. So, it clearly becomes a political attack on the teachers’ union not to vaccinate.

A solution is to postpone over 65 vaccinations for one day and vaccinate all school employees statewide with the 200,000 doses available daily.

And under political pressure, Mayor Garcetti has announced that 10% of the vaccines the County will receive will be dedicated to teachers beginning March 1.

But why not vaccinate all the LA County teachers and school employees in a single day (about 40,000) and then begin the process of reopening after they receive their second dose, as I and other have called for?

Those who are pushing for school reopening’s without adequate safety measures cite the proclamations by President Biden and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations. But we must understand that the CDC is again under political pressure NOT to do what they scientifically know is right. Politicians are playing with our lives. And Biden does what big business advises.

With vaccine shortages, let’s mandate Moderna/Pfizer/Johnson & Johnson to share formulas with production facilities worldwide? They exist. Without real international collaboration, thousands will unnecessarily die.

Jonas Salk gave the polio vaccine freely to the world. Why are we hindered by the “Intellectual property” of big pharma costing thousands of lives?

Los Angeles sheriff's deputy 'sold his badge' to protect drug dealers, US attorney says

A Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy made a deal with drug dealers to protect them in exchange for cash, according to a federal complaint filed in Los Angeles last week.

Deputy Kenneth Collins, 50, of Chino and three other men – Grant Valencia, 34, of Pomona and David Easter, 51, of Hyde Park and Maurice Desi Font, 56, – allegedly planned to take kickbacks in exchange for protecting drug traffickers, police say. Collins, Valencia and Easter face charges for “conspiracy to distribute controlled substances,” FOX 11 reported. Font is expected to be charged in a second criminal complaint, the Los Angeles Times reported.

The criminal complaint says Collins and the other men were reportedly preparing to “provide security” for the trafficking of about 13 pounds of methamphetamine and 45 pounds of cocaine to Las Vegas, the U.S. Department of Justice stated. The men were reportedly preparing to get paid $250,000 for the job.

The affidavit mentioned another transport where Collins made a deal with an undercover agent to transport methamphetamine, marijuana and counterfeit cigarettes to Las Vegas in November. The agent and Collins agreed on $25,000 for the safe travel. The methamphetamine was fake, court documents stated.

Collins, a 15-year veteran of the force, reportedly told one of the undercover FBI agents “we’re cops and all of our transports make it through,” court documents stated.

Collins was being investigated for months in connection to a “scheme to accept cash payments for providing security for illegal marijuana grow facilities,” ABC 7 reported.

Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff Kenneth Collins could face life in prison if convicted. (Facebook)

An undercover agent “who was posing as a family member of a wealthy investor looking to finance an illegal marijuana grow house” met with the deputy in August, court documents stated.

Agents recorded him talking about “his extensive drug trafficking network, past criminal conduct and willingness to accept to use his law enforcement status for criminal purposes,” the Los Angeles Times reported.

“I fix problems,” Collins was heard telling an FBI agent. “I make a lot of things go away.”

The deputy also claimed to have “a very professional team” with “cops who travel with guns.”

"Deputy Collins sold his badge to assist an individual he thought was a drug trafficker," U.S. Attorney Nicola T. Hanna said. "The deputy allegedly used his status as a law enforcement officer as a guarantee when he promised safe travels for large quantities of illegal narcotics."

Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell called Collins’ arrest “tragic.”

"I guess if you look at it from a system standpoint, the system worked. We found out about criminal misconduct, caused an investigation to be done, worked with our federal partners and then ended up with what we saw today with an indictment," McDonnell said.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department wrote in a statement on their Facebook page that they “brought up the allegations of criminal misconduct to the attention of federal investigators several months ago.”

Collins was reassigned to the County Services Bureau but has since been placed on administrative leave by the department pending the investigation.

Each suspect could face up to life in prison if convicted of drug trafficking conspiracy.

LACBA Newsie Bits 7/28/17

Next Meeting is Monday, August 7, 2017**

Location: Mount Olive Lutheran Church (Shilling Hall)
3561 Foothill Boulevard
La Crescenta, CA 91214

**The meetings of the Los Angeles County Beekeepers Association (LACBA) are open to the public. Everyone is welcome.

Thank you for your continued support of the LACBA. You can expect to find the following information in this month's newsletter:

Urban Beekeeping Interview Request

Annual Honey & Recipe Contest

1. Beekeeping with Children
LACBA Member Bernard Rene is looking to buy/rent/borrow a bee suit for a 6 year old, if that exists. . . Any ideas?

Please email: [email protected] with information. Thank you!

2. Agenda Item: 'Hive' Alerts
Sandra Helperin found a "large, thriving hive on a public walking path in West LA." She wrote the club, saying "It seems to me it could pose a hazard, but I want the bees to be safe. Who could move it?" Please email [email protected] to discuss with her.

This may be the same colony described in this alert, which was sent a week or so prior:
"Please send me information of a beekeeper to remove a bee hive from the Brentwood Farmers Market. It is on the sidewalk by the Brentwood elementary school in between Montana and San Vicente. Please email:[email protected]"

There was another alert about a "happy" hive at a historic Hollywood estate:
"We have this very happy hive that moved into a wall on our property about 6 months ago. recently it has grown exponentially. We had to drain our fountain because it seems like hundreds of bees would go there to drink everyday. It would scare our clients.
We hate to disturb the bees because they are obviously thriving, but we have to get them moved to a place where they won't scare away customers.
Can you help us? Or recommend an urban beekeeper that may want to remove this hive and take it to a more suitable location?
Thank-you, Steve" [email protected]

If you are interested in responding to these requests, please do so. Also, at the next board meeting we will be discussing a mailing list/automatic response as an option for handling similar requests in the future. We can also discuss how to handle swarms and mentorship requests, if there is interest. Please join us at 6:30pm on August 7th at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church if you would like to participate in one or more of these discussions.

3. Colonies for Rescue
There is a significant traffic to the website with inquiries such as this one:

"Bees love my maple tree. I have had at least 4 hives that I know if in the 20+ years I've lived here. We live very happy together. Unfortunately, the drought took its toll on the maple tree an it has died (I'm very sad). Before I have it removed I will need to have the hive removed. I live in Temple City (near Arcadia/Pasadena). I would rather have them removed rather than killed if possible. Please email or call Dawn Tarin: [email protected] or 626-688-8009"

"Hello I am a firefighter with the City of Los Angeles, Assigned to Fire Station 37 in the Westwood Area 1090 Veteran Ave cross of Wilshire Blvd.We have a large honey bee issue inside our handball court at our fire station in two areas. In the Southwest corner, inside the structure, there is a large ball of bees larger then a basketball, which we can now see honey comb. These bees are entering through a silver dollar size hole below the roofline. We have an observation deck which sits above the handball court where the bees can be seen between the rafters about 8 ft from the upper deck. There is a fixed ladder which we use to gain access to the upper deck.
The other bee location is on the Northwest corner of the same handball court. These bees are entering through a baseball size hole in the exterior wall about 50 ft from the other location. This hole sits about 10 ft up the wall, where the bees are entering the wall. We do not see any activity on the opposite side of the wall, which leads us to believe the bees are living inside the wall.
We could contact our city services to have the bees removed, but their method in removal will most likely be the extermination of the bees. The bees have been in place for approximately two weeks without incident.
Please contact us on this matter. You can contact me directly or contact the on Duty Captain at the Fire Station. We would like to have the bees removed ASAP. Thank you for your time.
Brett Porter Los Angeles City Fire Department Fire Station 37 1090 Veteran Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 575-8537 [email protected] C: (805) 506-1386

If you are interested in responding to these requests, please do so. Also, at the next board meeting we will be discussing a mailing list/automatic response as an option for handling similar requests in the future. We can also discuss how to handle hives and mentorship requests, if there is interest. Please join us at 6:30pm on August 7th at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church if you would like to participate in one or more of these discussions.

4. Urban Beekeeping Interview Request
Vincent Zhang, a Product Design student at ArtCenter College of Design is wondering if he could get in touch with a beekeeper near Pasadena or within Greater LA. He is currently doing a project on Urban Beekeeping and would like to interview someone to learn more about it from a beekeeper's perspective. Please email: [email protected]

5. Demonstration Requests
A synagogue located in Santa Monica and is looking for someone to do a demonstration at their open house. The presenters are welcome to sell any products that they may have. The date is August 27 from 2-5pm. Please contact Cindy Roth at [email protected] or 917 923-7532.

The Calabasas Garden Group is interested in learning about bees and how they can help bring them back to our gardens to do their good work. They are wondering if someone would be willing to come to one of their monthly meetings to educate them about bees either on September (14th) or October (12th). If that doesn't work, they meet on the second Thursday of each month, except in July and August. They are behind the Calabasas Commons (shopping area) and close to Woodland Hills in the San Fernando Valley. Please contact Maxine Straus at [email protected] or (818) 222-7830

Furthermore, if you are interested in leading or participating on an Education Committee, please join us before the 6:30 Board Meeting on August 7th at Mt. Olive Lutheran Church for an informal discussion of how the club can help and support you. Please arrive early to inform our President, Jeremy, that you'd like to be added to the agenda. If there's something special that you have in mind, please discuss your ideas with Jeremy at that time.

6. Save the Dates
In addition to being honey contest season, every year our club has some major educational events for you to get involved with. Regardless of how much experience and education you hold when you volunteer, you have an opportunity to both learn more about bees while also teaching others. Contact information is included in conjunction with the dates below so you can sign up and/or help out!

July 31, 2017 - Deadline for Good Foods Awards Competition
Click the link to connect to Kathy Keatley Garvey's blog for more details.

August 27, 2017 &ndash National Honey Bee Day is so special, there are 2 events on the same day: Setup for the LA County Fair at the Pomona Fairgrounds (RSVP to Cindy Caldera) + The Annual Honey & Recipe Contest at The Valley Hive Shop on Topanga Canyon Blvd. (more details below)

September 1-24, 2017 &ndash Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona Fairgrounds &ndash Please email Cindy Caldera to sign up for a shift or two. Many hands makes the work light!

November 14-16, 2017 &ndash CSBA Convention, Lake Tahoe

7. Honey & Recipe Contest
Participating in the contest is simple, and anyone can enter. If you would like to enter your backyard honey, bring two 8oz jars -- one labeled, one unlabeled -- to the shop at 10538 Topanga Canyon Blvd in Chatsworth before August 27th. No honey to share, but you'd like to be involved? Cook or bake a honey dish and bring it in by 11am on the day of the event.

Special guests are invited to judge the event. After the winners are chosen, the honey and dishes will be available to taste. The extra honey will be raffled off and the proceeds will go to a bee charity chosen by The Valley Hive. An RSVP from you will help with planning the event. You can RSVP on the Facebook page ( or send an email at [email protected] You can also call 818-280-6500. The Hive is looking forward to hearing from you, but even if they don't, they wanted you to know that you are still invited to come.

Looking forward to sharing the buzz with you at the next gathering or in the Apiary!


The Grammy nominated artist, winner of the 3Arts Award and a Camargo Foundation Fellow in France. Chihsuan Yang (Violin, Erhu, Piano), a native of Taiwan, began studying music at a very early age. Today, her renowned skill and eclectic versatility with the violin, erhu, and piano can be heard throughout the globe. From playing with Yo-Yo Ma and Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, to Grammy Award winner David Foster and playing for His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Chihsuan’s body of work spans across a multitude of genres and reaches beyond borders.

As a long-standing member of the legendary, Corky Siegel's ChamberBlues, Chihsuan has toured the world over and participated in such highly acclaimed stages and music festivals as the Montreal International Jazz Festival, Chicago Blues Festival, Chicago Jazz Festival, Grand Teton Music Festival, Lollapalooza, SXSW, World Music Festival Chicago, CMJ, Feria de las Artes in Sinaloa, Festival de Musica de Camara in Aguascalientes and Noche de Primavera Festival in Mexico City, Mexico,

Her expansive collaborations carry over to world music ensembles Los Immortales, Funkadesi and Surabhi. She has performed with a myriad of chamber music ensembles, including Chicago Opera Theatre, Chinese Fine Arts Society of Chicago, Fulcrum Point Music Project, Access Contemporary Music, Yellow River Performing Arts, Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Miami Symphony, Metropolis Symphony, Illinois Philharmonic, Ensemble Del Niente, and International Chamber Artists.

Chihsuan’s work reaches beyond live music and can also be heard on the trailer for the film Hyde Park on Hudson, starring Bill Murray. In 2014, Chihsuan performed on recordings for Brian Wilson's 11th studio album "No Pier Pressure" and recorded with him on “Soundstage” for PBS with at the Venetian Theater in Las Vegas, and went on North America tour with Bollywood mega star, Arijit Singh. Later she appeared on more "Soundstage" productions with singer-songwriter Regina Spektor, Jim Peterick for Survivor and Katherine McPhee. In 2016, she also joined on a national tour with REM's bassist, Mike Mills.

In 2019, her participation in Writers Theater’s production of “Next to Normal” received a JEFF Award nomination in Chicago. Her original compositions “Aria” and “Hanoi” were awarded finalist at International Acoustic Music Awards. In 2020, she received her first Grammy Awards Nomination for the collaboration with The String Theory and spoken word artist, Sekou Andrews.

While being featured as a soloist in various recordings and performances, Chihsuan continues to work and record with a variety of artists and released her debut solo album Ways to Say Hello, a mix of original worldly electronic/acoustic compositions. Chihsuan is currently recording a studio album with her brand new duo ESCP along with Bob Garrett. They plan on releasing it in 2020.

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Located on the southeast corner of De Longpre Avenue and Vine Street, the homey spot specializes in Peruvian comfort food such as lomo saltado (a Chinese-inspired beef stir-fry served with French fries) and several kinds of ceviches.

But as Rodriguez said, “to define Peruvian cuisine as only ceviche and lomo saltado does a disservice to all the different flavors we have from different influences.”

So the new space showcases another side of authentic Peruvian eats.

Los Balcones, which takes over the space that was home to the farm-to-table eatery Girasol, features a menu created by chefs Polit Castillo (who ran the kitchen at Girasol) and Ricardo Zarate, the celebrated Peruvian chef who came on board as a partner and creative director.

Diners can sample their housemade ceviche frito (a starter of marinated striped bass dredged in bread crumbs and fried) and sling pisco sours (a cocktail mixed with pisco, a Peruvian spirit made from grapes).

“Pisco is to Peruvians what Tequila is for Mexicans,” Rodriguez explained. “It’s something Peruvians love so much. If you’ve never tried it, you’re going to be fond of it.”

Larger bites include sweet potato gnocchi with pesto made from the Peruvian herb huacatay, costilla de short ribs slow-cooked for six hours, and chuleta de adobo (a dish of pork roast served with olluco potato ajiaco and pickled escabeche).

Going forward, Rodriguez plans to host guest chefs and occasionally add and take away items from the restaurant’s menu that truly represents Peru’s diverse culture.

Sirena Opening January 17 in Los Angeles - Recipes

4) For as rough as the Lakers’ last two games have been, Detroit might have suffered worse. The Pistons lost to Golden State and Utah by a combined 53 points in the lead-up to this game, which will serve as the conclusion to their five-game Western Conference road trip.

5) The Pistons are led by a likely All-Star who just gobbles up rebounds: Andre Drummond. The fifth-year pro is grabbing 13.5 boards per night — third-most in the NBA — while often making it a double-double by averaging 14.5 points. The Lakers struggled against a similar player the day before, allowing DeAndre Jordan to tally 24 points and 20 rebounds, though much of that had to do with the looks Chris Paul was setting him up for.

6) The Pistons don’t have any players among the NBA’s top 50 in individual scoring, but Tobias Harris leads the team with 16.5 points and has hit double figures in 11 straight games. The University of Tennessee product has felt it from across the floor this year, averaging career-highs in percentage from the field (48.0), on 3-pointers (34.3) and at the free throw line (90.0) — the last of which ranks sixth in the league.

7) The Pistons employ a 290-pound behemoth who has played pretty well off the bench during this road trip. Boban Marjanovic — who is tied with Kristaps Porzingis for the league’s tallest player at 7-foot-3 — is nearly averaging a double-double over his last four games (10.5 points, 9.5 rebounds) while shooting 14-of-23 from the field and 14-of-16 on free throws.

8) Local product Stanley Johnson hasn’t carved out much of a role in his second season with the Pistons, averaging only 3.8 points on 37.3 percent shooting. A four-time CIF State champion at Santa Ana’s Mater Dei High, Johnson finally reached 10 points in Friday’s loss to Utah, ending a 30-game streak of single-digit scoring.

9) Johnson might see the floor a bit more with Kentavious Caldwell-Pope likely out due to a strained rotator cuff. KCP leads the Pistons in 3-pointers (2.2) and 3-point percentage (40.4) while also playing strong perimeter defense. He was hot just before his injury, scoring 47 points in his previous two games combined.

10) The Pistons are one of the league’s best at winning the possession battle, committing the NBA’s fewest turnovers (12.1) while allowing the fewest offensive rebounds (8.2). They often choose to use that extended time with the ball by shooting from mid-range instead of deep, where they rank second-to-last in made 3-pointers (7.8).

Injury Report
D’Angelo Russell (sore left knee), Julius Randle (sprained left ring finger) and Tarik Black (sore right ankle) are probable. Larry Nance Jr. (bone bruise, left knee) is out.
Pistons: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (left rotator cuff strain) and Michael Gbinije (bruised right forearm) are doubtful. Jon Leuer (sore right knee) is out.

Kobe Bryant's Legendary Basketball Career: The Photos

Looking back at the life of one of the NBA's all-time greats.

In 1996, Kobe Bryant became the youngest basketball player to ever enter the NBA straight out of high school. And that was only the first of many career-long accomplishments. The 6-foot 6-inch small forward won five NBA titles with the Lakers and two Olympic gold medals for the United States. Bryant won two NBA Finals MVP awards and is fourth on the NBA's all-time scoring list with 33,643 points. The basketball legend died on Jan. 26, 2020 in a California helicopter crash at the age of 41.

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant(L) and Chicago Bulls guard Michael Jordan(R) talk during a free-throw attempt during the fourth quarter 17 December at the United Center in Chicago. Bryant, who is 19 and bypassed college basketball to play in the NBA, scored a team-high 33 points off the bench, and Jordan scored a team-high 36 points. The Bulls defeated the Lakers 104-83.

Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers points in the second quarter of Game Seven of the 2010 NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics at Staples Center on June 17, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers adjusts his jersey during the NBA game against the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center on February 19, 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona. The Suns defeated the Lakers 102-90.

Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers drives against the New York Knicks on December 16, 2008 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The Lakers won 116-114.

Kobe Bryant (L) of the Los Angeles Lakers holds the Larry O'Brian trophy as teammate Shaquille O'Neal (L) hold the MVP trophy after winning the NBA Championship against Indiana Pacers 19 June, 2000, after game six of the NBA Finals at Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA. The Lakers won the game 116-111 to take the NBA title 4-2 in the best-of-seven series.

Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers celebrates after the Lakers defeated the Boston Celtics in Game Seven of the 2010 NBA Finals at Staples Center on June 17, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.

Kobe Bryant poses with his family at halftime after both his #8 and #24 Los Angeles Lakers jerseys are retired at Staples Center on December 18, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Filmmakers Kobe Bryant (L) and Glen Keane accept Best Animated Short Film for 'Dear Basketball' onstage during the 90th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center on March 4, 2018 in Hollywood, California.

Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers walks down the court against the New York Knicks on February 2, 2009 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers celebrates victory following Game 5 of the NBA Finals against the Orlando Magic at Amway Arena on June 14, 2009 in Orlando, Florida. The Lakers won the National Basketball Association championships defeating Orlando 99-86 for their 15th title and first since 2002. Bryant had 30 points, eight rebounds and six assists as the Lakers completed a four-games-to-one victory in the best-of-seven NBA Finals.

Kobe Bryant walk out to center court during his jersey retirement ceremony at halftime of a basketball game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors at Staples Center on December 18, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant (L) talks to teammate Shaquille O'Neal (R) late in the 4th quarter during Game One of the NBA Western Conference first round play-off against the Portland Trail Blazers at the Staples Center in Los Angeles 22 April 2001. The Lakers defeated the Trail Blazers 106-93 to take a 1-0 lead in the series. Bryant was the Lakers high scorer with 28 points and Shaq was second with 24 points.

Kobe Bryant #24 of the Los Angeles Lakers looks on against the Washington Wizards in the first half at Verizon Center on December 2, 2015 in Washington, DC.

Los Angeles Lakers Kobe Bryant (L) and Shaquille O'Neal (R) hold up the Championship and MVP trophys after game four of the NBA Finals against the New Jersey Nets at Continental Airlines Arena Kobe Bryant 12 June 2002 in East Rutherford, NJ. The Lakers won their third consecutive title by a score of 113-107 to sweep the best-of-seven series.


Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg are regularly invited to travel around the world to address subjects in their areas of expertise, which include chefs, cooking, creativity, customer service, flavor compatibility, food and drink pairing, healthful eating, hospitality, plant-strong cuisine, restaurants, vegetarianism, wine, and many other subjects (e.g., “The Art of Good Taste”). To schedule an interview, contact Little, Brown publicist Zea Moscone at [email protected] or 212.364.1464. To invite them to speak, teach, and/or consult, contact them at [email protected]

Karen Page Attends Citymeals’ Annual Power Lunch for Women

Karen Page attends Citymeals’ Annual Power Lunch for Women

The Acting Company’s Annual Gala

Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg are guests of The Acting Company’s annual gala

The Council of 100 at Northwestern University

Karen Page attends Northwestern University’s Council of 100’s Fall 2018 meeting in Chicago.

Northwestern University’s “Class of 1983” 35th Reunion

Karen Page WCAS 󈨗 joins the “Class of 1983” at their 35th Reunion on campus at Northwestern University.

“A Second Helping of Life” – SHARE

Karen Page is featured as a celebrity sous chef at this inspiring annual event featuring dozens of New York City’s leading women chefs.

KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Fante’s Kitchen Shop

Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg will sign copies of their latest book KITCHEN CREATIVITY along with THE FLAVOR BIBLE on Saturday, May 12th, from noon – 2 pm at Fante’s Kitchen Shop in Philadelphia.

The James Beard Foundation Awards

Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg attend the 2018 James Beard Foundation Awards at the Lyric Opera House in Chicago.

Karen Page Speaks about KITCHEN CREATIVITY at “A Day With Northwestern”

Karen Page NU 󈨗 is a guest speaker on KITCHEN CREATIVITY at “A Day With Northwestern,” which attracts more than 400 alumni, students, parents, and friends for a full-day series of presentations and lectures on the University’s Evanston campus. For more than 40 years, this annual event has featured prominent Northwestern faculty and alumni speakers on a variety of timely topics.

The Council of 100 at Northwestern University

Karen Page attends the Spring 2018 meeting of The Council of 100, an organization of the University’s 100 leading professional alumnae (of which she was named a founding member in 1993).


Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg will discuss KITCHEN CREATIVITY at the dedicated cookbook store Read It and Eat in Chicago. (Details TK)

KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Tucson Festival of Books

Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg are invited to speak about KITCHEN CREATIVITY at the 10th Annual Tucson Festival of Books, which they’d kicked off a decade ago.

KITCHEN CREATIVITY | New York Restaurant Show

Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg will sign copies of KITCHEN CREATIVITY at the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City. Details TK.

IACP Annual Conference

The annual International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) conference comes to New York City.


Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg will sign copies of KITCHEN CREATIVITY and THE FLAVOR BIBLE at Fante’s Kitchen Store in Philadelphia’s Italian Market from noon – 2 pm.


Author Event Karen Page & Andrew Dorenburg: Kitchen Creativity Fran Costigan: Vegan Chocolate February 10 12 – 2pm We’ll have Karen Page & Andrew Dorenburg here to sign copies of their new book, Kitchen Creativity. The authors of The Flavor Bible are back with this groundbreaking exploration of culinary genius.


Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg will be hosted for a media-only lunch at Melissa’s in Los Angeles.


Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg will discuss and sign copies of KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Vroman’s bookstore (695 E. Colorado Blvd.) in Pasadena at 7 pm on Wednesday, January 24th.

Authors Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg in conversation with Chef Jeremy Fox on KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Now Serving

Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg will discuss and sign copies of KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Now Serving (Far East Plaza, 727 N. Broadway #133) in Los Angeles at 7 pm on Tuesday, January 23rd.

“Small Bites” with Host Derek Timm

Host Derek Timm interviews Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg about KITCHEN CREATIVITY.

Interview with Host Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl on Minnesota Public Radio

Karen Page is interviewed by host Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl about KITCHEN CREATIVITY on Minnesota Public Radio.

Living the Good Life on KNSS Radio

Karen Page is interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY by host Guy Bower on “Living the Good Life” on KNSS Radio


Karen Page is interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY on KKOB-AM Radio.

Cookery By the Book

Karen Page is interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY on the podcast Cookery by the Book.

“Flavors” on KSCO Radio

Karen Page is interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY on the show “Flavors” on KSCO Radio.

Karen Page Interviewed by Gary Duff, Host of “New American Kitchen”

Karen Page is interviewed by Gary Duff, host of “New American Kitchen” on WOR Radio.

SoCal Restaurant Show with Host Andy Harris

Karen Page is interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY by host Andy Harris of “SoCal Restaurant Show.”

Wisconsin Public Radio

Karen Page is interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY by Amanda Magnus on Wisconsin Public Radio.

Seattle Radio Waves with Host Lori Ness

Karen Page is interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY by host Lori Ness on Seattle Radio Waves.


Karen Page is interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY on KTRS-AM Radio.

“On the Menu” with Ann & Peter Haigh

“On the Menu” co-hosts Ann & Peter Haigh interview Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg about KITCHEN CREATIVITY.

“Food Talk” with Chef Jamie Gwen

Chef Jamie Gwen interviews Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg about KITCHEN CREATIVITY.

Karen Page Attends Citymeals’ Annual Power Lunch for Women

Karen Page attends Citymeals-on-Wheels’ annual Power Lunch for Women, which raises $1 million-plus to feed New York City’s homebound elderly.

Karen Page Attends Women’s Forum Breakfast

KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Rizzoli (B’way & 26th St.) — In Conversation with Chefs Michael Anthony, Damon Baehrel, and Amanda Cohen

Monday, November 13th, from 6-7:30 pm
RIZZOLI Bookstore, 1133 Broadway (at 26th Street)
New York City

James Beard Award-winning author of The Flavor Bible Karen Page in conversation with three acclaimed chefs about her new book KITCHEN CREATIVITY: Unlocking Culinary Genius–With Wisdom, Inspiration, and Ideas from the World’s Most Creative Chefs

  • Michael Anthony of Gramercy Tavern
  • Damon Baehrel of Damon Baehrel
  • Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy

Karen Page is a two-time James Beard Award-winning author whose books include The Vegetarian Flavor Bible and The Flavor Bible, which was named one of the year’s best cookbooks on both Today and Good Morning America, one of the 100 best cookbooks of the last twenty-five years by Cooking Light, and one of the ten best cookbooks in the world of the past century by Forbes. The former Washington Post wine columnist is also the author of What to Drink with What You Eat, which was named the IACP Cookbook of the Year and Georges Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year Culinary Artistry, which Food & Wine named one of the world’s best cookbooks and Becoming a Chef, which the New York Times Business section described as “a chef’s guide for executives.” She lives with her husband, author and photographer Andrew Dornenburg, in New York City.

Michael Anthony is Executive Chef and Partner of Gramercy Tavern, as well as Executive Chef and Managing Director of Untitled and Studio Cafe at the Whitney Museum of American Art. An alum of Daniel and March restaurants, Mike was formerly a chef at Blue Hill in Manhattan and Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Pocantico Hills, New York. He joined Gramercy Tavern as the Executive Chef in 2006. Under his leadership, the restaurant has earned a three-star New York Times review (2007) and James Beard Awards for “Outstanding Restaurant” (2008) and “Best Chef: New York City” (2012). In 2015, Mike won the James Beard Award for “Outstanding Chef,” a national recognition. His book, V is for Vegetables, won the 2015 James Beard Award for Best Vegetable-Focused Cookbook.

Damon Baehrel works completely alone in his eponymous restaurant, located in the basement of his and his wife Elizabeth’s home in rural Earlton, NY, about 2 1/2 hours north of Manhattan on the 12-acre property/Native farm that is the only source of ingredients/components for his original self-derived Native Harvest Cuisine. The intimate restaurant has become a sought-after destination for food enthusiasts from around the world since its opening in 1989. In addition to being a chef and organic grower, Damon is a master forager as well as native plant and mushroom expert. He creates by hand every component required to execute the 5+ hour Native Harvest Experience including unique flours, pressed oils, tree sap brines and vinegars, cheeses, pineneedle-cured meats, and one-of-a-kind seasonings. The legendary, ever-changing Native Harvest Tasting menu is prepared and served to dining guests personally by Damon. The self-taught chef, who has been a semifinalist for the James Beard Award, recently authored, photographed, and published his first book, Native Harvest: The Inspirational Cuisine Of Damon Baehrel.

Amanda Cohen is the chef and owner of Dirt Candy, the award-winning vegetable restaurant on New York City’s Lower East Side. Dirt Candy was the first vegetable-focused restaurant in the city and the leader of the vegetable-forward movement. The restaurant’s original location only had 18 seats and was open for six years, during which time it became the first vegetarian restaurant in 17 years to receive two stars from the New York Times, was recognized by the Michelin Guide five years in a row, and won awards from Gourmet magazine, the Village Voice, and many others. Its new location opened in January, 2015 and it was the first restaurant in the city to eliminate tipping and share profits with its employees. Amanda was the first vegetarian chef to compete on Iron Chef America and her comic book cookbook, Dirt Candy: A Cookbook, is the first graphic novel cookbook to be published in North America. It’s currently in its sixth printing. She is also a Canadian.



KITCHEN CREATIVITY Lunch with Les Dames d’Escoffier



KITCHEN CREATIVITY at the Culinary Institute of America

KITCHEN CREATIVITY will be featured at a book event at the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone in St. Helena, California, on Wednesday, November 8th. Author Karen Page and photographer Andrew Dornenburg will be in conversation about KITCHEN CREATIVITY, and the James Beard Award winners will sign copies of KITCHEN CREATIVITY thereafter.

KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Bookshop Santa Cruz


KITCHEN CREATIVITY will be featured at an in-house author event at Google on Tuesday, November 7th, at 11:30 am PT, with James Beard Award winners author Karen Page and photographer Andrew Dornenburg in conversation with Google executive chef Scott Giambastiani.


KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Paradise Ridge Winery

Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg will be interviewed about KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Paradise Ridge Winery in northern California.

(NOTE: This event has been CANCELLED. Our hearts are with the owners of Paradise Ridge Winery and their team in the aftermath of the wildfires in Napa Valley.)

KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Copperfield’s Books

KITCHEN CREATIVITY will be featured at a book event at Copperfield’s Books (140 Kentucky Street) in Petaluma on Sunday, November 5th. Author Karen Page and photographer Andrew Dornenburg will be in conversation with Clark Wolf from 3-4 pm, and the James Beard Award winners will sign copies of KITCHEN CREATIVITY from 4-4:30 pm.

KITCHEN CREATIVITY at Rotisserie Georgette

Rotisserie Georgette will feature KITCHEN CREATIVITY author Karen Page in conversation with CORK DORK author Bianca Bosker on Saturday, November 4th, at noon over a three-course lunch with wine pairings ($69). For tickets or more information, click here.

Author! Author!” Saturday Literary Lunches at Rotisserie Georgette

Event No. 1 Saturday October 28, 2017: Peter Hellman and Mark Oldman
Event No. 2 Saturday November 4, 2017: Bianca Bosker and Karen Page

TIME 12 noon to 2:30 pm

LOCATION Rotisserie Georgette, 14 East 60 th Street (Madison/5 th Ave) NYC

TICKETS $69 per person, includes presentation by a duo of authors and three-course lunch with wine pairings. Tax, gratuity & signed books are additional. Purchase tickets by phone at (212) 390-8060 or online

In a unique take on the classic literary salon, Georgette Farkas continues her Saturday “Author! Author!” lunch series at her restaurant, Rotisserie Georgette, on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. “We are privileged to have a coterie of renowned authors as regulars here at the Rotisserie, and now a select few have agreed to take part in intimate events where our guests can meet them over lunch to discuss their books and shared passions,” explains the restaurateur. This season’s author series of two Saturday afternoon events is entirely wine–themed. Each event includes a presentation by two authors discussing their books and the topic at hand. Guests enjoy lunch during the presentation and are then invited to take part in the Q&A and book signing. The three-course menu, paired with Champagne Piper Heidsieck, will include an array of autumn salads, the restaurant’s signature roast chicken or vegetarian farrotto as a main course, and profiteroles to finish.

On Saturday October 28th, spend the afternoon with best-selling wine writer, Peter Hellman, a contributor to Wine Spectator, The Wall Street Journal, New York Post and The New York Times and Mark Oldman, celebrated for his singular ability to unravel wine’s complexities with a potent blend of entertainment, style, and humor. Peter’s “In Vino Duplicitas – The Rise and Fall of a Wine Forger Extraordinaire” explores the Rudy Kurniawan scandal set in the privileged world of ultrafine wines, where billionaires flock to exclusive auction houses to vie for the scarce surviving bottles from truly legendary years. “How to Drink Like a Billionaire” by multiple-award-winning author Oldman, a Phi Beta Kappa alum of Stanford and Stanford Law School, unlocks the mysteries of how the 1 percent drink, so that you can drink and savor wine better – and cheaper.

On Saturday November 4 t h , the wine-soaked discussion continues with award-winning authors Bianca Bosker and Karen Page. Bianca will tell the tale behind “Cork Dork: A Wine-Fueled Adventure Among the Obsessive Sommeliers, Big Bottle Hunters, and Rogue Scientists Who Taught Me to Live for Taste”. She is a former Huffington Post executive tech editor whose work has appeared in the Atlantic, The New York Times T Sstyle, Food & Wine, The Wall Street Journal. Karen Page is the two-time James Beard Award-winning author of “The Flavor Bible” whose newest work is “Kitchen Creativity: Unlocking Culinary Genius—with Wisdom, Inspiration, and Ideas from the World’s Most Creative Chefs.” Her “What to Drink with What You Eat” earned the IACP Cookbook of the Year Award and the Georges Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year Award, while “The Food Lover’s Guide to Wine” was named “Best in the World” in its category at the 2011 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.

KITCHEN CREATIVITY on “The Leonard Lopate Show” on WNYC Radio

KITCHEN CREATIVITY will be featured on “The Leonard Lopate Show” on WNYC Radio in New York City.

KITCHEN CREATIVITY at 92nd Street Y with Kitchen Arts & Letters Series — In Conversation with Chefs Daniel Boulud, James Kent, and Lior Lev Sercarz

Wednesday, November 1st, at 7 pm
Kitchen Arts & Letters series at the 92nd Street Y

1395 Lexington Ave nue (at 92nd Street), New York City

Kitchen Creativity: Unlocking Culinary Genius

Karen Page with Daniel Boulud, James Kent, and Lior Lev Sercarz

Two-time James Beard Award-winning author Karen Page moderates a panel of acclaimed chefs who share the secrets and techniques they use to spur extraordinary creativity

For professional chefs and home cooks alike, Page moderates this distinguished panel of seasoned chefs who are featured in her new book (with photographs by Andrew Dornenburg) Kitchen Creativity: Unlocking Culinary Genius—with Wisdom, Inspiration, and Ideas from the World’s Most Creative Chefs. They’ll discuss how good cooking is not just the right recipe or ingredients: it’s drawing on inner senses we can all cultivate for greater skill and creativity in the kitchen.

Learn the secrets of becoming a great chef — the kind who can walk into a kitchen and create a dish from scratch and know exactly how to make it taste delicious.

Karen Page is a two-time James Beard Award-winning author whose books include The Vegetarian Flavor Bible and The Flavor Bible, which was named one of the year’s best cookbooks on both Today and Good Morning America, one of the 100 best cookbooks of the last twenty-five years by Cooking Light, and one of the ten best cookbooks in the world of the past century by Forbes. The former Washington Post wine columnist is also the author of What to Drink with What You Eat, which was named the IACP Cookbook of the Year and Georges Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year Culinary Artistry, which Food & Wine named one of the world’s best cookbooks and Becoming a Chef, which the New York Times Business section described as “a chef’s guide for executives.” She lives with her husband, author and photographer Andrew Dornenburg, in New York City.

Daniel Boulud

Daniel Boulud is considered one of America’s leading culinary authorities and one of the most revered chefs in New York, his home since 1982. He is chef-owner of 13 restaurants around the world, and is best known for his eponymous, exquisitely refined DANIEL on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Outside of New York, the chef’s cooking can be found in London, Singapore, Toronto, Montréal, Miami, Palm Beach, Washington DC, and Boston. Daniel is the author of nine cookbooks (including Letters to a Young Chef), the recipient of multiple James Beard Foundation awards including “Outstanding Chef” and “Outstanding Restaurateur,” as well as the Culinary Institute of America’s “Chef of the Year Award” (2011) and The World’s 50 Best Restaurants “Lifetime Achievement Award” (2015). Daniel was named a Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur by the French government in 2006 in recognition of his contributions to the advancement of French culture. He is a generous supporter and Co-President of Citymeals-on-Wheels for more than two decades, and is Chairman of the Ment’or BKB foundation.

Formerly Executive Chef of The NoMad (where under his leadership it was awarded a Michelin star each year and was ranked#62 on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list) and Chef de Cuisine of Eleven Madison Park, James Kent is in the process of using his 20-plus years of restaurant experience to build his flagship restaurant that will be opening in the coming year in New York. James joined the team at Eleven Madison Park as a line cook in the spring of 2007 and was quickly promoted to sous chef. In 2011, James was chosen to represent the United States at the international finals of the Bocuse D’Or in Lyon, France. After a full year of training for this culinary competition, he placed tenth in the world. Upon returning to New York, James was named chef de cuisine of Eleven Madison Park and during his time there, the restaurant received numerous accolades including four stars from the New York Times, three Michelin stars, and a coveted spot on the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants.

Lior Lev Sercarz

Lior Lev Sercarz is the chef, spice blender, and owner of La Boite in New York City. Lior and La Boite have been featured in publications including The New York Times, Vogue, InStyle, Every Day with Rachel Ray, Food & Wine, and the Saveur 100. After completing three years as a sargeant of the Israeli army, Lior traveled to South America where he expanded his passion for cooking and world cuisines, later enrolling in the acclaimed Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon. In 2002, Lior brought his newfound understanding of spice blending with him from France to New York, where he had the honor of working with Chef Daniel Boulud as a sous chef and catering chef at his flagship restaurant DANIEL. He left DANIEL in 2006 to start La Boite, and in 2011 he opened La Boite Biscuits & Spices, an art gallery and spice shop in Hells Kitchen. His books include The Art of Blending and The Spice Companion.

Los Angeles Earthquake Today 2015 Strikes La Habra January 17

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Los Angeles earthquake 2015 today has just struck La Habra. The Los Angeles earthquake today January 17, 2015 began moments ago. It could be felt in sections of Southern California and Orange County. Damage assessment is pending.

UGSS indicates to news that a 2.6 magnitude Los Angeles earthquake 2015 just hit at 11:59 am PST. The quake was shallow. Reps tell news that it struck one mile below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the vicinity. Reps tell news that the quake was in La Habra, two miles west of Brea, three miles east of La Mirada. The quake was four miles west of Fullerton. The same epicenter has been producing several comparable quakes since spring 2014. In April 2014, the epicenter was very active. At the time, one quake was one mile east of La Habra. The quake was two miles southwest of Rowland Heights. The quake was two miles northwest of Brea and roughly four miles southeast of Hacienda Heights.

Los Angeles earthquakes in 2014 were generally close to this epicenter. But in 2012, most of the So Cal quakes were near Palm Springs. For example in November 2012, one quake was fourteen miles south of Twenty-nine Palms, nineteen miles northeast of Indio, nineteen miles northeast of Coachella. The quake was one hundred miles north of San Diego. Mapping revealed that the quake was east of San Bernardino and Redlands, and north of Indio. The quake was east of Riverside and Cathedral City, while north of Escondido.

Similarly a 4.1 magnitude quake hit in September 20112. That quake was close to Beaumont and Mentone and roughly nine miles east of Moreno Valley. The quake was reportedly just off the 60 Moreno Valley Freeways, just before the 79 interchange at Beaumont. The quake was centered exiting Moreno Valley and before entering Beaumont, USGS reported to news at the time.

Watch the video: San Diego County full weather forecast - January 17, 2021 5. (May 2022).