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Traditional treats trump trends

Traditional treats trump trends

By Jordan Mondell | Contributing Editor

July 18, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinions

It's a sweltering Friday evening in Oakland as I sit on my porch. I'm craving something sweet, creamy and icy. I pull up Google and dig into my recent searches — yes, this is a weekly occurrence — for "ice cream near me." The options abound. I could pay $8 for a fancy, not-so-fantastic double chocolate ...

Float on: Yuengling ice cream makes a triumphant return

Float on: Yuengling ice cream makes a triumphant return

By John Lavanga / A&E Editor

April 17, 2014


Filed under Archives

Yuengling is a staple of the local beer diet, occupying the space between “cheap beer” and “fancy beer” with unassuming ease. Flavorful enough to be worth paying for, but indistinct enough to fit just about any occasion, it’s the perfect fallback beer — be it a cookout, a wedding, a funeral ...

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