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http://la.eater.com/archives/2013/11/11/hollywood_pies_serving_again_with_revamped_kitchen.php

I googled Hollywood Pies and got your article, and then turned my car around, but then found out they're still open/re-opened! :)
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Sadly I am naive, I had no idea angora is rabbit fur! How sad, the sweetest looking little animals shrieking as their fur is pulled off...maybe a video of that should go with each piece of clothing sold...poor lil animals! :(
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Also from $SBUX: Free coffee for military personnel on Veterans Day, $5 for $10 Groupon
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I just read Gabrielle Hamilton's "Blood, Bones and Butter" and was totally blown away by the depth of description and frank tone ... until the end, when it gets a bit sentimental and sappy. Thoughts, anyone?
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After 42 years spent buying Colombian beans, #Starbucks is opening its first café in the country in the first half of 2014. The giant Seattle #coffee company said it will launch in Bogota via a joint venture with Alsea – which operates more than 500 stores across Mexico, Argentina and Chile – and Grupo Nutresa. Starbucks also said it’s starting a 3-year, $3 million public-private partnership with USAID to increase Colombian coffee yields and boost the economic standing of the country’s farmers. “We are extremely respectful of the coffee culture here,” said Cliff Burrows, president of Starbucks’ Americas division, in a phone interview from Bogota. “Coffee is a part of everyday life here.” The company first opened in Mexico a decade ago and is now operating in a dozen Latin American countries.
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    Alternative Energy Reporter, 2007 - present
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Fast food and restaurants reporter, former green writer, vintage lover, fan of mash-ups and covers, big ol' nerd
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  • University of California, Berkeley
    English and Mass Communications, 2003 - 2007
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