How fun are the vino-vending machines at the Brea bistro? Very!
Wanna see something completely pointless but utterly cool? A Portland man has spent an entire "0.04 years" perfecting an Oreo separator. David Neevel, who is apparently a physicist, has created the contraption using aluminum scraps, wood, a hatchet, a CNC router table and dental floss, to perform on ... More >>
In the center of the wine and olive oil laboratory known as La Escuelita (but officially as la Estación de Oficios de El Porvenir) stands a wooden building with mattress springs for walls. Inside is a brown clutter of detritus: a Christmas tree made of upturned wine bottles stands anachronistically ... More >>
OC's first such event featured everything from singing robots to fighting robots—and more!
[Hole In the Wall] This Costa Mesa coffeehouse can convert anyone into the cult of coffee
Despite promise in its pizza-boy premise, the film plays it too safe
John GilhooleyYesterday, we called Jeff Duggan a coffee geek. This, it turns out, was not 100% accurate; he is really more of a coffee mad scientist, the Dr. Emmett Brown of java, except, you know, with better hair. On the Line usually features a recipe from the featured chef on the third day; si ... More >>
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