Paul Hodgins

Food trucks at EDC; Credit: Courtesy Insomniac Productions

EDC Food Vendors Cater to All Tastes

A team curated the restaurants and food trucks that were invited to Camp EDC, Thomas says. "We wanted to have cool things for our fans. A lot of them are age 18 to late 20s, so we wanted fun as well as healthy options."...
Greenbar Distillery co-founders Litty Mathew

Want to Do Something to Help the Hungry in L.A.? Buy a Cocktail

Greenbar, L.A.’s best-known craft distillery, has teamed up with restaurants and bars throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties for the Burrito Project to help feed the homeless. Each of the participating establishments is offering a brand new cocktail of its own making that includes Greenbar’s gin. Every time that drink gets ordered, a burrito is donated to help the hungry....
Everytable's Hoover store; Credit: Courtesy Everytable

Everytable Provides Healthy, Tasty Meals for the Same Price as Fast Food

Working with local growers and suppliers, Everytable creates nutritious and tasty meals for about the same price per serving as fast food. All of the Everytable food is prepared at a central kitchen by veteran chefs, then packaged in grab-and-go containers and distributed to its five stores in downtown L.A., South L.A., Baldwin Hills, Century City and Santa Monica....
Quonta Beasley and the cast of Actors' Gang's The New Colossus; Credit: Ashley Randall

L.A.'s Stages Play Host to Immigrants and Refugees

From the Actors' Gang's The New Colossus, bringing together refugee stories, to East West Players' Allegiance, the Broadway musical based on George Takei's experience in the WWII internment camps for Americans of Japanese descent, to the Soraya's performances exploring the immigrant experience, L.A. theater is tackling the timely issue....
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