- — LA Times City Beat (@LATimescitybeat)Wed, Oct 24 2012 20:45:58For my next City Beat, a place of thick waffles and mourning -- the Hawthorne diner where Filimon Lamas spent his days.
- — LA Times City Beat (@LATimescitybeat)Wed, Oct 24 2012 21:30:09Chips diner was Lamas' hope for the future. He wanted to buy a house. He wanted a better life for his family.
A man shot to death, a diner in mourning
Filimon Lamas, 33, was one of the owners of Chips diner on Hawthorne Boulevard. He was shot in his Inglewood home, trying to protect his wife and children from a gunman.
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