A Foodie Facelift in Downtown Los Angeles

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The Downtown Central Market goes back to 1917, and nobody quite knows how it's lasted so long. Old-timers are nervous about any change, but even an icon has to keep up with the neighborhood. We hear about maintaining the old while introducing the new — very carefully. Also, we haven't forgotten LA's election day, which also might have a prolonged life. The official vote count could be delayed long enough to hamper the new Mayor's preparation for handling tough challenges on July 1.

Image-for-WWLA.jpgOn our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, Washington is preoccupied with "scandals" involving diplomats, reporters' phone records and political inquiries from the IRS. Is the President's second-term agenda in trouble? Are the news media looking for drama?


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