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What’s Happening Los Angeles: A Month of Events

What’s Happening Los Angeles: A Month of Events



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Flemings Hosts Riboli Family Estate Wine Dinner
Flemings Pasadena is hosting a five-course dinner featuring six wines from Riboli Family Wine Estates on Sunday June 10 at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $75, to reserve call 626-639-0490.

Ocean Prime Beverly Hills Participates in Negroni Week and Launches Summer Rosé Specials
Ocean Prime Beverly Hills is donating $1 from each Negroni to Inspire Autistic Minds during Negroni Week from June 4 to 10. Additionally, the restaurant is offering a special selection of rosés by the glass from Mondays to Thursdays, 4 to 8 p.m.

Gabi James Launches Weekend Brunch in Redondo Beach
Gabi James, a new Spanish- and French-inspired restaurant in Redondo Beach, is now serving weekend brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Taste of Israel at Skirball Center
On June 7, West LA’s Skirball Center will host Taste of Israel, a black tie event featuring 20 chefs and 20 winemakers. Tickets are $360 and are on sale now.

Jinya Opens in Downtown
Jinya Ramen Bar has opened in downtown LA. The fifth LA location boasts an extensive sake menu of more than 100 rare and limited edition bottles.

The Bazaar by José Andrés Launches Bazaar Bar Flights
The Bazaar by José Andrés has launched Bazaar Bar Flights at Bar Centro in the SLS Beverly Hills Hotel. The $55 tasting takes one hour and features six special cocktails.

Roadhouse Brewing Co. Offers New Beers
Roadhouse Brewing Co. launched new summer canned beers including Trout Whistle American Pale Ale, Family Vacation American Blond Ale and Siren Song Belgian Style Imperial Ale.

The Polo Lounge Debuts New Bloody Mary Brunch Menu
The Polo Lounge in the Beverly Hills Hotel has a new Bloody Mary brunch menu. Available on Saturdays and Sundays, guests can choose from a variety of custom made Bloody Marys.

Starbucks Launches a New Lunch Menu
Beginning June 5, select Starbucks across LA will be offering a new lunch menu featuring grab and go sandwiches, salads and sides. LA is only one of five cities to debut the new menu.

NIXO Offering Soft Shell Crab Quesadilla
At downtown’s Nixo, Chef Ben Diaz is cooking up a giant soft shell crab quesadilla through the end of June.

Sofitel Los Angeles Hosts Pop Up Cattle & Claw
The Sofitel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills has launched Cattle & Claw, a new burger and lobster pop-up.

Ketel One Launches Limited Edition Arnold Palmer Bottle
Ketel One is now offering a limited edition bottle featuring golfer Arnold Palmer. The bottle sells for $24.99

SweeTARTS Launches Tangy Strawberry Soft & Chewy Ropes
SweeTARTS has launched its new tangy strawberry soft and chewy ropes just in time for summer. Made with no artificial colors, the new chewy sweet treats are available in retail stores nationwide.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


2021 Israel-Palestine conflict explained: What's fueling clashes that originated in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM -- Some of the worst violence in years broke out between Israelis and Palestinians, an eruption of unrest that began a month ago in Jerusalem.

For weeks now, Palestinian protesters and Israeli police have clashed on a daily basis in and around Jerusalem's Old City, home to major religious sites sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims and the emotional epicenter of the Middle East conflict.

Jerusalem has been the scene of violent confrontations between Jews and Arabs for 100 years and remains one of the most bitterly contested cities on earth. The latest clashes began a month ago with an Israeli move to block some Palestinian gatherings at the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, already a time of heightened religious sensitivities. After those restrictions eased, tensions over a plan to evict dozens of Palestinians from an east Jerusalem neighborhood continued to fuel confrontations.

Most recently, rockets streamed out of Gaza and Israel pounded the territory with airstrikes Wednesday, with dozens killed and no resolution in sight.

The death toll in Gaza rose to 43 Palestinians, including 13 children and three women, according to the Health Ministry. Israeli airstrikes have leveled two multistory apartment towers in the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived

Here's a look at why Jerusalem always seems to be on edge -- and what set off the latest round of violence.


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