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One Bad Bagel in L.A.: A Beastie Boys-inspired Food Truck Serves Up Uninspiring Fare.

I've been in Los Angeles all week. As a veritable New York tourist, I find there's a pleasant edge to this city, where most bad yings are allayed by a sunny yang: traffic, palm trees; traffic, KXLU/other great radio; traffic, great hikes; traffic, beaches; traffic, tacos. I like it here. I can fathom why, during their prime, the Beastie Boys did too.

In fact, when Adam "MCA" Yauch died in 2012, SoCal's public radio station KPCC put together a nice list of the places the rap trio frequented, from Capitol Records on Vine where they released Paul's Boutique (still a fresh record), to the L.A. River, into which they threw a mannequin in an anthologized version of the band's music video for "Sabotage."

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Author:Zalman, Jonathan
Publication:Tablet Magazine
Geographic Code:1U9CA
Date:Mar 30, 2017
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