Good Food, Good Drink, And A Good Cause…

I’m passing this along…  PS Science is an excellent cause that I personally support.  I’ll see you there!


Looking for some post Halloween fun? Celebrate Día de los Muertos with us! Please join PS Science for an amazing night of fun to support exceptional science education in low-income elementary schools. Proceeds will go toward bringing the PS Science program to children in schools where science is otherwise rarely, if ever, taught.

Enjoy unlimited craft beer, wine, and tasty tacos as well as rocking music, science explorations, and bar games 
At Boomtown Brewery in the Arts District of downtown LA!
21+ only
Parking limited – ridesharing encouraged
Up to $25 cash back reward on your Uber to the event through Freebird Rides
Tickets available at
General admission $75 Admit one
Lab Partner $300 Expedited entry for 2/exclusive 7pm Brewmeister tour and tasting
Quantum Partner $500 Expedited entry for 2 with VIP access to food and bar/exclusive 7pm Brewmeister tour and tasting
Can’t attend? Support us by donating at

Now an independent non-profit organization, PS Science began as a project of the Crossroads Community Outreach Foundation with critical seed funding from The Lemelson Foundation and the ongoing financial and operational support of Crossroads School.


Dunkin’ Donuts Opening Tuesday… Panic Ensues… Updates!

It’s official:  According to the signs posted in the window over the weekend, LA’s very own Dunkin’ Donuts is set to open at 5:00am on Tuesday, September 2nd at 1132 Wilshire Blvd. (corner of 12th) in Santa Monica.  This will be the first outpost of what appears to be a major expansion into the West Coast.   Look for a menu of breakfast and lunch sandwiches, fetish-inducing coffee, and, well… donuts.



By 8:00pm Monday evening a line began to form…


And by 7:00am Tuesday morning, panic breaks out…News cameras, traffic jams, lines around the block!




Rojas Eatery, West LA

Rojas Eatery recently opened in West LA.  Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the “Mexican infused” menu is designed to be fresh, healthy, locally sourced, and mostly organic.  Everything is made from scratch daily and the food is prepared when ordered right in front of you.  Look for  healthy breakfast items, a variety of sandwiches, soups, salads and clever plates such as 3 potato tacos in corn tortillas with mozzarella, queso fresco, sauce, lettuce, and light sour cream, Even the desserts (such as flan tres leches, various cupcakes, and banana bread) are made on the premises. 

Rojas Eatery, 11901 Santa Monica Blvd (at Armacost), LA 90025
 (310) 477-7410  Open Monday-Saturday 7am-7pm, Sunday 10am-7pm

Manager Gricelda Peratta

New Year’s Eve at Street

Susan Feniger’s Street is throwing a New Year’s Eve bash complete with a special menu that promises to “explode all five” of your senses… plus one more!? (Hmmm)  Actually the sixth sense is a surprise to take home with you.  Entitled Essence of the Senses, the themed night boasts a 5 course menu of exotic bites from around the globe including such enticing treasures as ear of corn tamale with fresh corn, roasted poblano chiles, pumpkin, and huitlacoche and Indian sev puri crisps with spiced potatoes, two chutneys, yogurt and cilantro water. See entire menu here  And, you can soothe your aching head at their brunch the following day provided you can get out of bed.  For more info or to make a rezzie, call 323.203.0500 or check out