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Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Local Hype: Bye-Bye Button Mash, For Now & A Whole Lot Of Crime


 Button Mash co-owner Jordan Weiss is trying to plot a third path. His restaurant is indeed closing, he confirms to Eater, and he also hopes to reopen the restaurant next year, with the kind of safety measures and capacity that make staying alive as a small business, run by a skeleton crew, even possible.

Barcade is also closed and set to open possibly next year.


Officers Open Fire On Sex Assault Suspect At Paramount Studios Lot In Hollywood

At the Melrose Gate of the Paramount lot, officers then opened fire on the suspect, who ran into the lot and barricaded himself inside one of its buildings, police said.

An LAPD spokesperson later disclosed that the suspect was an employee of Paramount, but did not elaborate on the nature of his employment.

L.A. Metro employee stabbed to death at downtown rail station

After a "verbal dispute" on a Red Line train, a woman believed to be 25 to 30 years old "armed herself" and stabbed the Metro worker, the Los Angeles Police Department said.

 Officer Shot in Granada Hills, Wound Not Life-Threatening

Witnesses told NBC4 the man fell through the ceiling and was standing on a freezer, pointing a gun at people inside.