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Since its birth, the United States has remained a proud melting pot of influences from all corners of the world. Despite the nation’s cultural differences and vast ancestral influences, one tradition remains highly celebrated: food. Whether your stomach grumbles at the very thought of juicy barbecue, you salivate at the smell of spicy street tacos, or live for long courses of authentic Japanese sushi, America offers a mouthwatering meld of century-old recipes blended with new-age cooking techniques for truly diverse dishes that can be found all across the nation.
Every band has a story of how they first met, and it is almost always an unexpected one. No matter how it happens, bands always seem to form out of some sort of inevitable fate, destining them for musical greatness. For The She’s bandmates, their stars aligned a lot earlier than most, bringing these four musicians together at the age of five.
Like most chefs, Matt Christianson prides himself on his delicately prepared dishes. However, chef Christianson not only dedicates endless care and attention to his meal preparations, but also places great value on the well-nurtured relationships he possesses with local farmers. Christianson currently holds the title of executive chef at the Urban Farmer Steakhouse in Portland, Oregon, where he excitedly shares his many years of experience learning how to unite his “love of working with farmers and local product with his affinity with for urban environment.”
Historic gem, Clifton’s Cafeteria is located on Broadway between 7th and 8th streets in the Historic Core of Downtown LA since the 1930s. Dormant for years, the iconic establishment is about to crack open its re-furbished doors after years of construction and palpable anticipation.
Following four years of detailed remodeling and months of intricate interior and exterior design by acclaimed Londubh Studio, the cafeteria-style eatery has reached completion. Clifton’s invites Angelenos to take a trip back in time and dine on savory dishes while relishing in the surrounding iconic decor, antique photographs, and decades worth of memories.
Your Ugly Sister. Adult Books. Froth. Drinking Flowers. These are not titles of raunchy adult films nor are they the names of Hollywood’s latest swanky lounges, but rather the unforgettable names of some of the first bands to work with LA’s most iconic indie record label, Lolipop Records.