The gluten-free diet: Is it for you?

Carol Berg Sloan, RD Columnist I am now a preceptor for the Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway (ISPP) at Cal State San Bernardino. In working with dietetics students, I encourage them to translate science into practical news for consumers. Judy Dantoc, dietetics student at California State University San Bernardino, is the guest columnist for this issue:…

Wine and Dine

California Heights residents Jerry Schuman and Caryn Baumgartner (left) were on hand for cocktails and food at last Friday evening’s opening of Roxanne’s Lounge/Bar/Grill at 1115 E. Wardlow Rd.

Garden of Earthy Delights

Animal lovers, vegetarians, vegans and “foodies” in general celebrated International Vegetarian Day at the 5th annual Compassionate Cuisine last Friday at the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden at Cal State Long Beach.

Traveling Korean food truck attracts locals, visitors alike

By Brett Ashley Hawkins Editorial Intern Though most of Signal Hill had their dinner before 9:30pm on Saturday, May 1, several citizens and visitors gathered at Quality Inn’s parking lot to line up at the Kogi food truck for theirs. Kogi is a Korean barbecue mobile establishment with four trucks roaming Los Angeles and Orange…

Awesome Sushi says it like it is

By Vicki Paris Goodman Entertainment Writer Not to make the obvious play on words, but Awesome Sushi is, well, awesome. The owner, Nina, and sushi chefs are friendly as can be, the atmosphere is at once welcoming and distinctly urban, and the food is of the highest quality. What more can one ask? Neena and…

A wake-up call to keep kids fit

By Carol Berg Sloan, RD I don’t know about you, but I am thrilled that First Lady Michelle Obama has gotten on the bandwagon to bring the childhood obesity onto center stage with the Let’s Move Campaign (letsmove.gov). I sometimes wonder if Americans realize what a health crisis the number of overweight children is now…