It was a long weekend for the LBC, but on Friday, friends, family and fans flocked to New Hope Church in Long Beach for West Coast legend Nate Dogg's viewing. On the following day, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, The Game, Warren G and others helped pay tribute at a memorial service held at the Queen Mary Dome. On Thursday, one of our favorite chefs around, Dee Nguyen of Break of Dawn, guest chefed at The Crosby. And on Sunday, people stuffed their faces with as much sushi as possible at RA Sushi for their chance to win free food for a year.
On a cloudy Saturday morning, friends and family of the legendary Nate Dogg gathered to say their last goodbyes at the Queen Mary Dome. One thousand fans were also allowed the rare chance to attend. Click here to see photos from outside the memorial service.
On Friday, family, friends and fans alike flocked to New Hope Church in Long Beach for the viewing of West Coast hip-hop pioneer and legend Nate Dogg, born Nathaniel Dwayne Hale. Click here to see images from outside the memorial. (And click here to read our Nate Dogg archives.)
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RA Sushi in Huntington Beach held another round of Maki Madness on Sunday: 27 contestants attempted to outgorge one another on giant portions of tempura California rolls. The champ, who may look familiar if you checked out last year's contest, took home the grand prize of a year's worth of free sushi. Click here for the slideshow.
Chef Dee Nguyen (of Break of Dawn in Laguna Hills) guest chefed at the Crosby in Santa Ana on Thursday night. Reservations were all filled, and it was a busy, busy night. Verdict? Glorious. Click here to read our recap and click here to see even more tasty images.