Plow & Gun Coffee's Ian Riley and Daniel Kent had an idea: Carbonate their cold-brew, add cardamom and piloncillo and create a coffee soda to sell alongside their beans and cold-brews at their stand at the Altadena Farmers Market.
And yet, even if such a drink would be perfect for the summer weathe ... More >>
Arugula, whole grains, and heirloom apples may be going the way of paved roads and clean water. Last week, the California Healthy Food Initiative dropped like a sack of sweet potatoes on Gov. Jerry Brown's desk. One sweeping John Hancock away from becoming law, this statewide bill claims that publ ... More >>
Ask any potential restaurant or bar owner what the most shudder-inducing phrase is and you can bet they'll say, "We're waiting on our liquor license."
Can getting a liquor license really be so hard?
Deborah StollBar Keeper's Drunkard Window
Adam GropmanFieldy: Every Dreadlock is numbered, like every grain of sand
By Adam Gropman
Last Thursday night, some of the gnarly, tattooed, hard-rock world often associated with the western Sunset Strip invaded the higher-brow literary/intellectual world of Strip oddity Book Soup. Korn bassist Fi ... More >>
Okay, so I actually cried tonight. Not sobbed, not wept, not got all blustery and snotty. But about five songs into Le Loup's remarkable, thrilling set at Emo's IV Lounge, they hit upon a combination of chords and chorus that, coupled with my joyful mood and the feeling of how lucky all of us asshol ... More >>