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July 2018

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SoCal’s Mindblowing Milkshakes

By Dustin Clendenen   California isn’t known for its dairy industry, but as the unofficial foodie mecca of the United States, we know how to spruce up classics with delicious twists. Milkshakes are an American staple, but some of these recipes are purely SoCal. Here’s a roundup of the best milkshakes in the region worth coming to the yard for.   Brian’s 24 828 6th Ave., San Diego, 92101 (619) 702-8410 Hailed the restaurant that…

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The Best Hikes in Los Angeles

By Benny Haddad   As spring moves into summer, hiking season gears up into full swing. People come from around to enjoy our famed Mediterranean climate, and what better way to decompress and enjoy the sun than to hit the trails. Surrounding the bustling Los Angeles metropolitan area are a plethora of canyons, woodlands, and tall peaks with stunning vistas, and following this winter’s El Niño rains, they promise to be extra lush. Here are…

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Creating Art for Charity: How this Entrepreneur Spends His Time Giving Back

Tom Liguori is a San Diego-based entrepreneur-turned-artist, who creates innovative large-format cell and holographic art and donates 100 percent of the proceeds to various charities. He started selling his art in March 2017 and it’s currently on display online and at Dimensions Gallery, located in San Diego’s Seaport Village. Tom Liguori is reinventing what’s possible in the art world through his innovative large format cell and holographic pieces. He grew up in the Bronx, New York and graduated with…

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Drink Up on National Daiquiri Day

By Maria del Cisne Vital   “When life gives you lemons, make a daiquiri.” This common phrase used in the South is a motto to live by, since July 19 is National Daiquiri Day. Made with rum, citrus juice and any sort of sweetener, a daiquiri is bound to make your summer day better. SoCal brings this sweet drink to life with different, colorful variations, adding a twist to the classic drink. Gather your closest…

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Top Ten Brunch Spots in Southern California

By Sabrina Gibson   There are so many yummy brunch spots in Southern California and let’s admit … who doesn’t love Brunch? We in SOCal are especially fond of brunching because in addition to trying some of the best restaurants in the country, many come with a bonus view! Check out our faves just to get you started.   Bottega Louie (700 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90017) Located on 700 South Grand Avenue…

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National French Fries Day

By: Jessi Soporito   French fries are tired of being a lousy side dish— they’re ready to be the main course. With all sorts of options — curly, nacho-ed, waffle-cut, chilli cheese, sweet potato, etc. — there’s no wrong way to celebrate National French Fry day on July 13. Whether they’re your guilty pleasure or a full sized meal, there’s a recipe out there for everyone to fall in love with. Check out some of…

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