‘Guisados’ carries varitey of tacos

By David Bilbao Guisados tacos, located on the corner of Saint Louis and East Cesar E. Chavez Avenue, delivers their individual touch to traditional Latin American food. Tacos ranging from steak, chicken, pork, shrimp, veggie, bean and fish, Guisados has a large variety of dishes. All of their selections are placed on a handmade tortilla, to be recognized differently from the standard or local taco stands in Boyle Heights. Along with its wide variety…

October 16, 2012
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Al & Bea’s attracts with taste and price

 By Franz Galvez If you’re looking for an affordable fast meal in Boyle Heights,  then Al & Bea’s Mexican Restaurant is the place to go. This small individually own restaurant is owned and operated by Albert and Beatrice Carreon. The restaurant was established on November 15, 1966 and it has been a local resident favorite since it first opened its doors for the public. “I have been coming here for years, since…

May 9, 2012
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Culture doesn’t define who you are

  By Brian Villalba If you are not having an identity crisis while you are at East Los Angeles College, you probably should be. The old way of identifying which group you were supposed to assimilate to was race and culture. If you still use those things to determine your identity, then it is time to evolve beyond the race/culture mind set. ELAC is a cultural melting pot, which is a perfect…

March 14, 2012
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Mr. Burrito eats the competition

By Fernando Luna  If you are looking for some good old fashioned Mexican cuisine and happen to be in the city of South Gate, head over to Taqueria El Paisano. This Mexican eatery is owned by the Ortiz brothers: Roberto and Israel. It has been in business for the last four years, established in 2007. They are the miracle workers cooking behind the walls of the kitchen for their loyal…

November 23, 2011
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