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Ice queens Natasha Case and Freya Estreller have helped to create an environmentally-friendly and interactive brick-and-mortar in Culver City.
The network is rolling up in its food truck and doling out free ice cream from Bassett's.
The new shakes come in a variety of flavors, and can be made sans booze.
But the tasting panel does sound a little Philistine when it comes to new-fangled flavors.
The thieves are clearly not amateurs, as stealing bees is never for the feint of heart.
It's hot alright, but Marc Summers can help you chill out.
Owner Brad Slatzman says the mall has no foot traffic or business, despite what he was promised.
You can try them both this Sunday at DomaineLA, with the vintages that inspired them.
Prepare to have your brain frozen.
The Franklin Fountain's brothers land in the pages of New York Times and Bassett's gears up to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
Their gay flavors including something called 'Two Tops Don't Make a Bottom.'
Also, the Upper Haight Whole Foods is almost open!
That's pronounced "en-doo-ya."
Suppositori Spelling is hosting, and the party's at Truck.
Also, there's an ice cream blog attached.