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Joe Jost

  • Blogs

    January 23, 2014

    Long Beach Lunch: E.J. Malloy's

    The corner of Redondo Ave. and Broadway is a familiar intersection for Long Beach lunches. First, we were here for cheap Mexican grub out of a makeshift Baja shack attached to the Reno Room and, later, we came for the delicious sandwiches made by the sweet Chinese family next to Baddeleys. But it' ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 12, 2012

    Top Five Long Beach Dive Bars

    When it comes to dive bars, Long Beach has some of the best in Southern California.  An area stuck between Orange County and Los Angeles, Long Beach is truly its own city, belonging to no one.  An iconoclast.  A haven for cheap beer and wild stories.  And after spending many hour ... More >>

  • Culture

    October 11, 2012

    Jeremy Cross, Graphic Artist

    [Best Of 2012] The 'dark artist' on his favorite things about Orange County

  • Blogs

    June 23, 2010

    Design A T-Shirt, Win Bruery Stuff

    The Bruery​Bar t-shirts, once worn mostly by thirty-something men in adult baseball leagues, have come into their own. You can't walk down a street in OC without seeing at least a couple of people giving their favorite bars or liquor manufacturers some free advertising. The best t-shirts have stay ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 29, 2010

    Happy Hour at Bouchees Bistro

    Willy Blackmore​ The Place: Bouchees Bistro, 144 Pine Ave Long Beach; (562) 437-7700The Hours: 4 to 7:00 pm on weekdaysThe Scene: Downtown Long Beach is by no means a food Mecca, tending more towards gimmicky, corporate-type restaurants affairs than the food-forward spots we predominately prefer h ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 21, 2009

    Recipe of the Week: Joe Jost's Pickled Eggs Recipe

    Anaheim Street in Long Beach has a heavily Khmer-script-signed, mile-long stretch that is the epicenter of one of the largest Cambodian expat populations in the world. Approach the neighborhood from the west and you can quickly traverse a broad swath of the city's history, crossing ... More >>

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