March 21, 2001
When Tom Gilmore first arrived in Los Angeles and asked for directions downtown, he got four different answers.  This is LA's identity crisis -- where is the heart of a city with no center?  Gilmore, a developer, wants to fix that problem, giving LA a real, living, working downtown...

The restaurant business has changed since the 1940's.  Menus now appeal to all tastes by including a range of ethnic foods. Chef Patric Kuh talks with Todd about the culinary arts, the rise of popular restaurants, and how traditional American foods were combined with dishes from other countries.  His book is "The Last Days Of Haute Cuisine: America's Culinary Revolution".

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