This pre-Civil War novel about the life of a slave catcher was riveting and thought-provoking. Although the subject is not for the faint of heart, the story left me with a profound feeling that some of the best stories are the ones that are hard to hear. I was touched by the emotion of the two main characters & how life would have been during a very dark time.
In this all-new edition of the 2009 bestseller, you can find more than 1,100 listings of the resources that every food lover needs. From restaurants to Korean markets, bakeries to wine shops, artisanal coffeehouses to gastropubs, caterers to cheesemongers, discover some of the best food all across Los Angeles County. Including in-depth profiles of 14 Good Food Neighborhoods, EAT: Los Angeles celebrates the local, the passionate, the mom 'n' pop, the sustainable, the affordable and, most of all, the delicious.
Participants include: Colleen Dunn Bates, editor and publisher; Pat Saperstein, also of EatingLA.com and Daily Variety; Jean T. Barrett, who writes for Westways and others; Linda Burum, Los Angeles Magazine and Los Angeles Times; and Miles Clements, who writes for the Los Angeles Times and the Long Beach District Weekly.