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Sober October is a challenge of 31 days of sobriety that was created across the pond in the UK in 2010 and has gained popularity in the United States over the last decade. Personally, I think October is the best month for abstaining from alcohol […]

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You might be over the National food holidays of 2022, but getting FREE coffee on National Coffee Day is too hot to pass up! Here are a few options you can pour over in your brain on Thursday, September 29th.  The Coffee Bean & Tea […]

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The last remaining Banksy mural in Los Angeles is for sale, and it comes with a building! For most of us, a 30 million dollar price tag for a building with a work of art by famed British artist Banksy is a bit out of […]

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When planning a perfect foodie day in San Francisco, you have to keep in mind the rich and delicious history of the city. During the Gold Rush, Irish immigrants made up the majority of the working class, according to FoundSF, and also Italian immigrants made […]

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There’s a new Fogo de Chão in Pasadena, and on a recent media visit, I found out there are many ways to fogo without having to always go full-on all-you-can-eat churrasco, although that’s what they are known for. Here are some insider tips to make […]

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Jenn Harris, Food Columnist at The Los Angeles Times, knows her dumplings; so much so that she’s got an entire YouTube series, “The Bucket List: Dumplings,” where she profiles at least 30 different dumplings. I sat down with Jenn during a media event and got […]

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