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Written by Evan Embree There are many reasons why someone may convert to a plant-based diet.  Aside from animal welfare, one of the most pressing issues for vegans is the state of our environment.  The book The Meat Crisis: Developing More Sustainable Production and Consumption, edited...

Written by Jessica Knisley, Bar Manager Whether you've been offered it at a coffee shop, or here at the café with your unsweetened tea, most people are familiar with simple syrup: a liquidy sweet compliment to so many tasty beverages. The ratio to make it is 1...

Written by Evan Embree When switching to a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle, it is easy to rely on pre prepared frozen meat “imposters” as a way of satisfying that protein craving.  From meatless hot dogs to frozen “chicken” nuggets, there are a plethora of options to...

Grooving along to the funk/jazz band that has audiences tapping their foot and performing “a blend of ‘Funky Jazz and Voodoo Grooves’”, Zen Groove Funkestra joins us this Saturday, March 24th. The members are Dillon Partin (Bass), Scott Jones (Drums), Eric Earley (Sax), Chris Tomazic...

   Written by Alix Vo, Irregardless Cafe Music Scene Blogger These guys are as humble as their beginnings at the restaurant, Humble Pie. Peter Lamb and the Wolves have been together since the first inauguration of Obama in 2008 when Peter was tasked to assemble a...

Spring Gardening Essentials By Morgan Malone, Garden Manager Spring is almost here and it is time to start planning your garden! Here at the Well Fed Garden, we have been busy all winter prepping our soil and planning for spring and summer planting. Here are some tips...

With so many different food allergies and sensitivities in our diets today, one may become discouraged from eating out and enjoying wholesome, delicious food that doesn’t trigger any of these annoying sensitivities. This is especially true for lunch-time foodies who want to sit down and indulge in a...

Giacomo Gates has always been interested in music. He began playing guitar as a young kid and got turned on to more music than just the pop music of his generation. Born in 1950, he began taking guitar lessons in 1958/1959, but he was listening...

  Written by Bar Manager, Jessica Knisley Beer can be a very refreshing end to a long day or it can be a complicated decision. As someone with a true aversion to an incredibly hoppy tasting beer I am incredibly grateful for the many other options I have....

As the EXCITEMENT becomes manageable and you have gotten used to that beautiful ring on your finger, now it is time to think: What’s next? ‘Who should be invited? What should I wear? How will I manage my new in-laws?’ Since you only do this once (hopefully!)...