TAIL AND TWO CITIES Represent!
Coke vs. Pepsi. Kennedy vs. Castro. Heidi vs. L.C. Epic yet minor rifts when compared to the timeless power struggle between New York City and Los Angeles. In the name of settling this battle royale, each week Ed. except for last week. Not a damn thing happened last week. Radar will take stock and determine which city truly holds the competitive edge.
This week: No tigers were harmed in either New York City or Los Angeles, but a mess of squirrels were rendered infertile. What might this portend for the new year? Read on, gentle coast-dweller.
L.A.: In hopes of curbing its randy squirrel population, Palisades Park will begin injecting the nut-nibblers with a contraceptive vaccine.
NYC: Gotham's squirrels and chipmunks are left to procreate freely ... for now.
L.A.: Partying at the Olive Garden on Westwood Blvd: Price unclear. Hostess Carmela, who promised "excellent service" when she answered the phone, hung up on us when we inquired.
NYC: Partying at The Olive Garden in Times Square: $250 per person. Bottomless salad bowl and a flute of chef's special Alfredo sauce at midnight: Priceless