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Today, after what feels like years since the announcement the chicken master chain was coming to town, Chick-fil-A Hollywood has opened its doors to the public. I've never had Chick-fil-A but I do enjoy chicken and I hear good things so I'm pretty excited. Probably not as jazzed as the people who literally camped outside in tents to be one of the new location's "First 100" before dawn yesterday, but you know, moderately tickled. More»
The internet is ablaze today with rumors that east coast mega-franchise Dunkin' Donuts may finally be bringing their coffee-for-the-common-man routine to Southern California, as part of a planned major expansion. And though you've probably heard at least one east coaster speak in orgasmic tones about "Dunkie's", you may be surprised to find that opinions are more sharply divided among transplants than it might initially seem. More»
Cue the balls jokes: L.A. will add yet another mobile eatery to its ever-expanding list on Friday with Great Balls On Tires (a.k.a. G-BOT). The truck, as the names suggests, will serve meatballs and other "savory balls of food" for all of you ball-loving folks, as well as provide the city with rich source of endless puns and double entendres. More»
Salads! That's right, the culinary abomination that is the Double Down, bacon and cheese sandwiched between two pieces of fried chicken, has less fat, calories and sodium than the fast food salads out there for people who want to "eat light." More»
Objective: 100×100 In-n-out cheeseburger
Total calories: 19490
Show us your next move, NYC!
I don't mean to get all Tupac and Biggie on everyone, but the east coast west coast war lives on. In chains. That's right. I used to road trip every summer with cousins from New York and for some reason we found endless amusement in talking about the chains in each state. (See: You don't have DUNKIN DONUTS?!) No, NYC, we don't. But we hear you have Target now. Looks like you win this round. NYC +1 More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.