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The spring semester is coming to a close, and so begins the inevitable stress about LION dollars. Some students are left with a giant surplus, while others are down to their last $50 with roughly two weeks to go. No matter where you fall in your LION dollar count, here’s some advice to ensur…

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On the 71st floor of U.S. Bank Tower in the center of downtown Los Angeles is a restaurant best known for its aesthetics and attention to detail. 71 Above is on the must-go list for food lovers and adventurous people, alike. The high-end restaurant offers a three course meal for a set price …

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I’ve been passing this one coffee shop on Lincoln Boulevard this past year, my attention continuously drawn to the multitude of flowers sitting outside the door. The name “Flowerboy” is painted above the storefront, leading me to believe it’s just a simple flower shop. It later came to my at…

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Earlier this year, Disney introduced a new line of merchandise featuring some of their park’s most coveted food items, from donut ear headbands to Dole-Whip-shaped purses to pizza socks. Labeled under the “D-Lish” collection, here are six things to watch out for the next time you visit Disneyland:

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Valentine’s Day is a special day to spend with a special person at a special place. Luckily, we (Jacob and Cormac, Life+Arts Editor and Intern, respectively) spent it together at the Crimson Lion. For V-Day this year, the Crimson Lion offered a fixed price meal: a $50 three-course meal for t…

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As everyone begins the new semester here at LMU, it can be pretty easy to fall into the same old routines, especially when it comes to food. However, little do people know that LMU has a plethora of exciting foods just waiting to be tried. You just have to know where to look.

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Located just minutes away from LMU’s campus in Playa Vista is a hidden treasure of the LMU area: a trendy, reasonably priced and excellent Mexican restaurant called Tocaya Organica. Tocaya Organica offers a variety of salads, bowls, burritos and chips, however it is their tacos that separate…

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Thanksgiving may be commonly referred to as Turkey Day, but it turns out there is a whole lot more than just turkey to eat on this special holiday. For those who would rather not stuff themselves with stuffing, and instead stuff themselves with healthy foods, this is the list for you. I now …

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Our new on-campus eatery, The Habit, opened its doors to the LMU public for the first time today on Nov. 9, and will surely go down as a day to remember in LMU history. In order to prepare its employees for the rush of students to come, the burger restaurant allowed limited students to come …

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Almost 120 years ago the term ‘brunch’ appeared in print for the first time in the United States. Since then, Americans cannot get enough of this meal we call "brunch" in which it is socially acceptable to wake up past 10 a.m. and still make it on time to eat breakfast up until 3 p.m.

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I remember arriving on this campus one year ago knowing that, at LMU, I would have everything I could ever want. I remember exploring every nook and cranny of the school, from University Hall to Del Rey South. I remember my excitement when I met new people and did new things. Most of all, ho…

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In my last issue, I discussed the simple hot-dog as an American staple. This week, we continue down the road of Americana and take a look into the hamburger, the hot-dog’s noble brother, who holds a very similar place in our past and present. While some simple nostalgia is no doubt involved …

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The hot dog. Frankfurter. Weiner. Frank. Most of us don’t remember our first hot dog, because it was probably diced up for us and placed on a high-chair eating tray, with most of the meaty morsels finding their way to the ground or our bibs before ever reaching our mouths. However, we can al…

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Heat is the name of the game in this fried chicken sub-division hailing from Nashville, Tennessee. Hot chicken has been a tradition in Nashville since the 1930s, but didn’t make its way to Los Angeles in earnest until the opening of Howlin’ Rays, a Chinatown crowd-pleaser since 2015.

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With spring break just around the corner, students on campus are anxious to put their books away and start getting on with the plans they’ve had ready for months. The ultimate spring break doesn’t come from winging it — unless you’re ready to get in your car and drive until you end up somewh…

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Filipino cuisine is not new to Los Angeles but there’s a newfound, growing spotlight for it in the mainstream. In as early as the 1920s, large immigration from the Philippines to California led to a block of downtown land receiving the moniker “Little Manila.” In 2002, the area divided by Si…

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This quiz will determine how you should spend your Valentine’s Day based on your preferences and personality. What do you think it will be? Night in with friends, galavanting the city with a love interest or a day dedicated to treating yourself? Add up your score from the key after filling o…

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Depending on who you are, hearing that your parents are coming to town either gets you incredibly excited or completely nerve-wracked. I’d consider myself one of those people that enjoys having my parents in town, but the biggest struggle is figuring out where to take them to dinner. With so…

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Hi, my name is Niko Klein. I’m a senior management major, and I have a serious love for good food and Los Angeles. My goal is to combine the two and share my dining adventures in the city we live in. I’ll be writing about L.A.’s great restaurants, some famous and some hidden. For each articl…

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