The New York Times
– Jul 21, 12:02 PM
SHANGHAI — The mind-reading headsets won't read minds. The fire-detecting machine has been declared a safety hazard. The robot waiter can't be trusted with the soup. China is ready for the future, even if the future hasn't quite arrived.
Jonathan Gold, the restaurant critic whose curious, far-ranging, relentless explorations of his native Los Angeles helped his readers understand dozens of cuisines and helped the city understand itself, died on Saturday in a Los Angeles hospital.
The Washington Post
John Hudson, Josh Dawsey, Carol Leonnig
– Jul 21, 3:22 PM
When he emerged from his summit with Kim Jong Un last month, President Trump triumphantly declared that North Korea no longer posed a nuclear threat and that one of the world's most intractable geopolitical crises had been “largely…
Los Angeles Times
– Jul 21, 6:00 PM
Jonathan Gold, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Los Angeles Times restaurant critic who richly chronicled the city's vast culinary landscape and made its food understandable and approachable to legions of fans, has died. He was 57. Gold died of…