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May 5, 2008 | 2:00 pmIt was to be the restaurant that would change kosher dining in Los Angeles.
In December 2006, the Prime Grill, a branch of the popular New York kosher steakhouse, opened its doors in Beverly Hills promising a new experience in kosher dining. "There's never been a kosher restaurant...
February 3, 2005 | 7:00 pm
You've just spent the morning shooting a television commercial on location, and you're famished. The rest of the cast and crew are chowing down on hamburgers, but you adhere to the Jewish dietary laws. Will you have to go hungry?
Not to worry. Now Mohammed brings the mountain to...
June 12, 2003 | 8:00 pm
The Canyon Country Store -- the star-studded grocery featured in the older woman/younger man film "Laurel Canyon," starring Frances McDormand -- is actually run by two Persian Jews.
Owner David Shamsa and manager Tommy Bina have tried to maintain the store's authenticity.
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Although he owns more than 11 million square feet of office space, Charles S. Cohen is not your typical New York real estate mogul.
For one, he spends a lot of time in Los Angeles -- calling it his second home -- and it seems clear why L.A. culture appeals to him. A lifetime film...
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