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Sunday Shakedown - Holiday Wine Pairings, Murders, San Diego and More!!

Sunday Shakedown - Holiday Wine Pairings, Murders, San Diego and More!!

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OH HEY, LAUREN'S BACK


Hi everyone! I’m so happy to be here again and stoked I get to tell you about my two favorite things: wine and food. Thanks in advance for your time, I hope you like this article and maybe even find it helpful. I studied really hard for a long time to be qualified (I got a certificate and a pin to prove it!) enough to tell you what the article reveals about food and wine pairing, but also bear in mind everyone’s palate is different and you might find a badass pairing that you love even more. So I hope this sparks a little gastronomic experimentation and beverage related fun- life, after all, is too short to not have fun! Happy holidays, friends!! Thanks again for your time!
 

Holiday Wine Pairings


 
 
(Besides copious amounts of wine)
 
 

He Helped Build an Artists’ Utopia. Now He Faces Trial for 36 Deaths There.

By New York Times Magazine

 


 
Max Harris did chores and collected rent at the artists’ warehouse where he lived. Now he faces trial for the deaths at a concert there — including some of his close friends.

Harris has lived in this jail in Dublin, Calif., for 18 months now. Before his arrest, he lived in Oakland, in a 10,000-square-foot warehouse filled with artists. There, near his bed, in his live-work space, a spider built a nest. He named the spider Norbit, and when Norbit’s eggs hatched he named the babies Hexbit, Drillbit, Babybit and so on, and he let them stay too. In the warehouse, Harris believed that he found, for the first time, a true home for his artistic dreams, a place that sanctified creativity as he felt it should be sanctified. And he did find beauty there. But he also found a darkness blacker than anything he could ever have imagined.

  

San Diego

Quick work trip to California for some client success management. Jake loves traveling with me. 

New hair style. Going for the whole Ace Ventura look. I know, I know - I look good.

This was the exact moment Cooper knew that he fu*ked up.
 
 


"You are not entitled to anything. Nobody respects you just because you have a title. They might be a little bit afraid of you, but they don’t really respect you in any deep way. You have to EARN it."


― Robert Greene, Author of The Laws of Humans Nature


 

  

Tito's Grand Adventure

By Private Island


Private Island is a southern California band that I've followed for the last few years. I was originally drawn to them after going through a bad breakup in college. Their song, 'Bear Hands', was played about a million times and it helped me get through the pain I was experiencing. This song is more upbeat and can be listened with or without a breakup. Enjoy!
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The Innocent Man

By Netflix

 
Two murders, four convictions, and a town full of secrets. Based on John Grisham's only true crime best-seller, The Innocent Man, an old case that shook the small town of Ada, Oklahoma in the 1980s is re-opened with unbelievable evidence that has everyone questioning if the right men were charged, or if the killer is still out there. The Innocent Man is streaming globally on Netflix December 14th.

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