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  • McDonald's late-night menu adds Egg McMuffin, other breakfast items

     
    The plight of the customer looking to get an Egg McMuffin outside of regular breakfast hours at McDonald's is slowly fading away. The company is starting to sell certain early-morning items as part of the late-night menu....
  • McDonald's, USDA halt buying from Central Valley slaughterhouse

     
    The federal government and McDonald's Corp. have suspended purchases from a Central Valley slaughterhouse under investigation after video footage surfaced showing what federal investigators called "unacceptable treatment" of cattle....
  • McDonald's fries, cheeseburger lure Glendale bear into trap

     
    Chalk up another item on the Glendale bear’s ever-growing list of favorite foods. In addition to honey and bacon, California Fish and Game officials lured the 400-pound black bear into a culvert trap using a McDonald’s Happy Meal, a...
  • Landmark McDonald's mural vandalized, painted over

     
    A landmark mural outside a McDonald's restaurant in Huntington Beach had to be painted over after it was vandalized....
  • Personal snapshots construct a bigger picture of China

    Personal snapshots construct a bigger picture of China
    Some brittle and warped, others as smooth and flat as the day they left the processing shop, the 35-millimeter negatives trickle in to Xiao Ma's dank recycling depot in north Beijing, collected by a network of trash pickers. Stuffed into old rice bags and...
  • Din Tai Fung joining South Coast Plaza

    Din Tai Fung joining South Coast Plaza
    Before a small crowd of flashing cameras, curious onlookers and hungry attendees, the men stuffed and artfully hand-folded the dumplings with tiny twists. Soon after, out they came from bamboo steamers during a small gathering Monday afternoon at...
  • L.A. now has oodles of noodles

    L.A. now has oodles of noodles
    If the cult of ramen still mystifies you, you could do worse than to grab a counter seat at the new Little Tokyo branch of Shin-Sen-Gumi, a small restaurant chain that introduced high-quality ramen from Japan's Hakata region to Los Angeles. Most ramen...
  • Consuming too many food studies leaves a bad taste

     Consuming too many food studies leaves a bad taste
    Coffee is now good for you. According to a research study, it may help prevent Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's, stroke and dementia as well as help you live a little longer. But java lovers know this: Another study says that drinking three or more cups of...
  • A passionate, dynamic spark for Chicago ad agency

    A passionate, dynamic spark for Chicago ad agency
    Peter McGuinness, an East Coast advertising wunderkind who took the helm at DDB Chicago less than two years ago, is competitive, passionate and driven to succeed. He also likes to stir things up. Those qualities got him into and out of hot water growing...
  • Protesters of minimum wage target downtown McDonald's

    Protesters of minimum wage target downtown McDonald's
    About 20 protesters calling for a higher minimum wage marched into McDonald's on East Baltimore Street during Wednesday's lunch rush, performed a parody skit with "Ronald McDonald," handed fliers to customers and chanted "raise the wage." During the...
  • Jalama Beach County Park a Central Coast high point

    Wild and lonely, on the Central Coast about 45 minutes southwest of Lompoc, Jalama Beach County Park is one of those places that puts the golden in the Golden State. Getting here over mounded hills and through moss-bearded oak thickets is glorious enough,...