Dulan’s and Hotville Debut Partnership at EEEEEATSCON LA Food Festival

Two of Los Angeles’s most popular soul food restaurants, Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen and Hotville Chicken, collaborated to create a unique menu and dining experience for The Infatuation’s signature food festival, EEEEEATSCON Los Angeles,  at Santa Monica’s The Barker Hangar on June 8 and June 9.

Local Restaurateur Finalist for James Beard Award 

Dulan’s is a name synonymous with soul food here in South Los Angeles. For 50 years, the family-operated soul food brand has brought the community down home cuisine. So, it’s no surprise that he stands nominated for a James Beard Award for Outstanding Restaurateur. 

Dulan’s Soul Food Recognized as Best Small Business by U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Dulan’s Soul Food kitchen runs like a well-oiled machine. From sunrise to sunset, there is an ongoing preparation assembly line generated for the daily demand for the award-winning comfort food this legendary, Black-owned family restaurant has built its reputation on for decades. 

SoCal NOMA Prepares Young Students of Color to Break Barriers in the Architecture Industry

According to Reuben E. Jacobs, former events coordinator for NOMA’s southern California chapter (SoCal NOMA), it was about 12 years ago that the organization’s leaders decided that “they really needed to do something to bring the next generation into architecture and urban planning.” Thus was born Project Pipeline, a national initiative to introduce young people of color to the field. NOMA tasked its chapters across the country to organize camps with the purpose of educating youth on the basics of architecture.

Biden Continues Southland Fundraising Swing

Biden attended a midday fundraiser at the home of Pasadena City Councilman John J. Kennedy, former president of the local chapter of the NAACP. Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis was among those in the crowd.

Appreciation Not Appropriation

Once the native West Angelino learned about the plethora of celebrities that shop and dine on Crenshaw in Inglewood and Compton. “South Of Wilshire” was born. While some people may have had reservations about Levin, who’s Caucasian spearheading a series about black businesses, the show was meant to be a cultural melting pot that provides small businesses with national exposure. One of the restaurants that has benefitted from the attention is Dulan’s on Crenshaw where host, Adam Glyn, challenges the contestants to answer questions for monetary prizes.