Feed the Beast: Grubstake in San Francisco [VIDEO]

When we used to think of after-hours eateries in America we mostly think of 24 hour breakfast diners, but if you really look around, there are plenty of places that offer more culturally diverse offerings. A new show “Feed the Beast” highlights some of these places. Check out a Portuguese diner that has become THE destination in San Francisco. Read More

McDonald’s Not Connecting with Millennials

Most people think of the younger demographic in many of McDonald’s newest ads, however according to a top list of fast food the golden arches didn’t come across as a favorite for the influential demographic. Why not? Read More

Dreaming of Healthcare [VIDEO]

A California based campaign looking to ensure healthcare for undocumented youth, whether of Asian, Latino or other origin. Watch their video now, campaign details after the break.

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Experience a Passover Meal in Public or Learn to Cook One via LA Weekly

We just shared with you the info about the Persian New Year so it’s only fair that we shed some limelight on another cultural tradition coming up: Passover. If you wan’t to experience the culture but aren’t sure how to there are two ways in Los Angeles that will help you out. You can learn by going to a restaurant that is sharing the tradition or learn how to make a meal yourself. Hit the jump for the details. Read More

How a Sardine Surplus in India May Change Our Daily Diet

Ok so not directly, but this article below highlights how changes in the world are allowing a “redrawing” of global resources. With climate changes, more places around the globe are seeing an abundance in some foods and opportunities to grow other new foods. Hit the jump to see some of these connections. Read More

Serious Drinking: What is Cognac For? via LA Weekly

Cognac, the name you hear related to the popular drink Hennessy and other similar spirits. But what does it speak to? Some think it’s a drink for rich, privileged white men, others think it’s the cool thing that rappers drink at festive occasions, being a pompous nightclub or a porch in the projects. Rooted in different ways in American culture, an article we found breaks down it’s history and how it became the symbol it is now. Ideally giving an idea who and what the spirit is for. Hit the jump to read. Read More