LA’s oldest restaurants still stand, Tulare Lake gets new life

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The entrance of Canter’s Deli, built in 1931, features a big neon sign advertising that the restaurant is open all night. Credit: Shutterstock.

Some of LA’s most long-standing restaurants include The Original Pantry Cafe, El Cholo, Canter’s Deli, and more. They’re part of the book “L.A.’s Landmark Restaurants.”

There’s been so much flooding that Tulare Lake has re-emerged. It was once the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi, and was mostly dry for more than a century.

Thousands die annually while waiting for a heart, kidney, or liver transplant. The U.S. government now says it wants to overhaul the nation’s organ transplant system.

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