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4th of July in LA – Gypset Magazine Style
Jul01

4th of July in LA – Gypset Magazine Style

For this week’s “journey” section, we decided to wander no further than our own front yard: Los Angeles. With 4th of July around the corner, there are plenty of reasons to stay home and celebrate the country’s 240th year of independence, with dozens of events happening all around the city. 4th of July usually means fantastical firework displays, BBQ’s and gallons of beer (Budweiser, of course!). For those seeking a little...

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The Light by J.D. Marin
May20

The Light by J.D. Marin

The Memorial Day weekend is filled with get-togethers and outdoor fun. What better way to celebrate the unofficial start of summer than with a fresh, delicious cocktail that welcomes the warmer weather? Created by Colombian mixologist J.D. Marin, The Light, will help kick-off the well deserved long weekend and summer season. The result is a crisp, pleasantly complex drink that is perfect to enjoy with family and friends while basking...

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Gastronomy in the Desert – Further Future festival unveils Chef & Mixology lineup
Feb18

Gastronomy in the Desert – Further Future festival unveils Chef & Mixology lineup

After an award-winning debut, innovative boutique festival Further Future returns this spring with a groundbreaking food and beverage lineup that features luminary chefs, renowned mixologists, and culinary experts. The highly-anticipated second voyage continues to distinguish itself as a forward-thinking and pioneering event, bringing visionary leaders in music, tech, wellness, and gastronomy for a lavish camping and guest-centric...

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San Antonio Winery our Sideways turn in the heart of Los Angeles!
Dec21

San Antonio Winery our Sideways turn in the heart of Los Angeles!

I love how wine continues to evolve, how every time I open a bottle it’s going to taste different than if I had opened it on any other day. Because a bottle of wine is actually alive —it’s constantly evolving and gaining complexity. That is, until it peaks —like your ‘61 —and begins its steady, inevitable decline. And it tastes so … good! Maya, Sideways (2004) Who doesn’t remember watching two men embark on a week long road trip...

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