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The Prince family moved from Nashville, Tennessee to Antelope Valley, California with a mouthwatering recipe. They left an indelible mark on LA’s food scene.

How Nashville hot chicken exploded in LA, and where to find it

The Prince family moved from Nashville, Tennessee to Antelope Valley, California with a mouthwatering recipe. They left an indelible mark on LA’s food scene.

from Greater LA

Many LA restaurants are at risk of shutting down permanently before the economy restarts. The restaurant approval process is typically long and complicated because of bureaucracy.

Cutting red tape for LA restaurants and bars once the pandemic shutdown is over

Many LA restaurants are at risk of shutting down permanently before the economy restarts. The restaurant approval process is typically long and complicated because of bureaucracy.

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KCRW’s Greater LA looks back at the year with its regular contributors.

2020 in review: Southern California restaurants, art, climate and news

KCRW’s Greater LA looks back at the year with its regular contributors.

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