Jesse Katz

Los Angeles Magazine

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For decades, the Grand Central Market on Broadway has been a sort of nucleus of Downtown – a destination for hungry patrons, rich and poor, of all classes and nationalities.

DTLA's Central Market: 'front lines of LA's new demographic wars'

For decades, the Grand Central Market on Broadway has been a sort of nucleus of Downtown – a destination for hungry patrons, rich and poor, of all classes and nationalities.

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Dodger outfielder Yasiel Puig is one of Major League Baseball’s most controversial players on the field.

The Crazy, Unbelievable Story of Dodger Yusiel Puig's Trek to the US

Dodger outfielder Yasiel Puig is one of Major League Baseball’s most controversial players on the field.

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