Lesley Bargar Suter

Los Angeles magazine

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Dine Editorfor Los Angeles Magazine, and devoted "Wazer"

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Border Grill - Santa Monica’s high-end Mexican spot - will close in October. Chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger opened it 26 years ago. The food was revolutionary at the time.

Santa Monica’s Border Grill closes

Border Grill - Santa Monica’s high-end Mexican spot - will close in October. Chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger opened it 26 years ago. The food was revolutionary at the time.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Los Angeles cleaned up at the  James Beard Awards this week . Local chef Suzanne Goin took home the big prize, winning for Outstanding Chef. L.A.

LA Cleans Up at the John Beard Awards

Los Angeles cleaned up at the James Beard Awards this week . Local chef Suzanne Goin took home the big prize, winning for Outstanding Chef. L.A.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

There's a new voice in town, that of the smartphone app called  Waze , which crowd-sources GPS signals from moving cars to guide drivers away from heavy traffic.

Is an App to Blame for Neighborhood Traffic Jams?

There's a new voice in town, that of the smartphone app called Waze , which crowd-sources GPS signals from moving cars to guide drivers away from heavy traffic.

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