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Slow & Low Rock and Rye

Slow & Low Rock and Rye is a new way to enjoy a cocktail! Perfect for a picnic, camping, or a day on a duffy boat, Slow & Low Rock and Rye is a travel size in a 100ml can with an 84 proof, high quality cocktail on-the-go. Cooper Spirits took an 80 proof bar cocktail and made it portable, convenient and a novel size that will fit in any bag. Want to enjoy at home? Check out this recipe: Slow & Low...

Going Off the Grid in Joshua Tree

The beginning of the year is always a clean slate. Tyler and I decided after all the holidays, food, shopping, and running around, it was time to go off the grid (and start 2017 with fresh eyes). We headed to Joshua Tree the first Friday of the New Year for a weekend of camping, hiking, and some alone time. With heavy heat in the summer, January is a high traffic time of year to camp in Joshua Tree. It’s first...

Vail Summer

When you think of Vail, Colorado, you think of skiing, snow, and hot drinks by a fire. Well, it’s time to change your way of thinking about Vail. With the newly opened Epic Discovery, numerous hiking trails, and some of the best restaurants in Colorado, Vail Summer is giving Vail Winter a run for its money. Tyler and I landed in Denver for our “last getaway before the big day” and hopped on the Colorado Mountain Express to Vail. I had never been...

Weekend

Local Craft Beer Fest at Rock & Brews El Segundo Rock & Brews in El Segundo will host its fifth annual Local Craft Beer Festival. The family-friendly event will welcome more than 14 local craft breweries and will include a sampling of the area’s best micro-brews as well as fun, food and games. This year’s event will feature a brewer’s panel and you are invited to taste up to 10 beers in five ounce portions. To complement the superb local beer, enjoy...

Discover Claremont

I had never heard of Claremont before being asked to take a trip there. Now, I am obsessed. This cool little town on the border of LA County and Inland Empire (only 30 miles from DTLA) is often referred to as the “City of Trees” (25,000 city-owned trees) and they’re the first certified fair trade town in SoCal. Claremont encourages its merchants to support small producers locally and worldwide. Claremont was created by the Santa Fe Railroad in 1887 when they made...