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Kippered, a bar focused on bubbles and tinned fish, to open downtown

Downtown will soon have a new neighborhood bar from the team behind DTLA Cheese. Its focus is on items that have taken the city by storm (or, at the very least, a steady drizzle) in recent years — sparkling wine and tinned fish.Lydia Clarke and Reed Herrick are opening Kippered in the space formerly occupied by Bernadette’s at 361 S. Broadway near 4th Street, on the same block as Grand Central Market.Clarke said the goal was to ope...

Downtown will soon have a new neighborhood bar from the team behind DTLA Cheese. Its focus is on items that have taken the city by storm (or, at the very least, a steady drizzle) in recent years — sparkling wine and tinned fish.

Lydia Clarke and Reed Herrick are opening Kippered in the space formerly occupied by Bernadette’s at 361 S. Broadway near 4th Street, on the same block as Grand Central Market.

Clarke said the goal was to open a casual local bar in the vacuum left by Bernadette’s, which Jim VanBlaricum opened in 2017 and closed in October.

“When we saw our friend Jim was closing … It was like, ‘What? No!” she said. Clarke and Herrick, who opened DTLA Cheese in Grand Central Market with Clarke’s sister in 2013, discussed taking over the space.

“We didn’t want to let the space go,” said Clarke, who has also lived downtown with Herrick for nearly nine years. “I love our little block of downtown, and it’s been through so much.”

Kippered will act as a kind of expansion of DTLA Cheese, which occupies a space near the Hill Street side of the market. It will serve as a commissary for the new bar, which will be just a few hundred feet away.

Herrick emphasized the fun of learning about different food products — for both the customers as well as him and Clarke. “We want to talk about the fish, talk about the wine and beer,” he said. “Where it comes from and why it is the way it is.”

The opening menu will feature about 50 types of tinned fish. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Clarke and Herrick expanded their tinned seafood collection, falling in love with the colorful packaging and pairing them with various beverages. There will also be cheese (naturally), charcuterie, salads and a few beers and still wines. Herrick, who was on the opening team at a number of restaurants in Northern California, including Cindy’s Backstreet Kitchen and Azzurro Pizzeria, will serve as chef.

The menu will be distinct from that at DTLA Cheese, however — don’t necessarily expect a grilled cheese sandwich and a cup of tomato soup, long a mainstay at the Grand Central Market shop. One night you might have a tin of Ramón Peña sardines with padrón peppers in olive oil. The next, you might enjoy some Comté ribbons alongside a package of spiced mackerel from José Gourmet.

Clarke said prioritizing sourcing and showcasing producers will be of importance. “It’s more than putting something on a plate. We get to learn about how and why things are done, and celebrate them,” she said.

Clarke and Herrick aim to open Kippered the third week of April. The opening times, subject to change, will be from 4 p.m. until midnight, with the eventual goal of staying open until 2 a.m. It will be closed Tuesdays.

The Grand Resort plans dinner featuring California winery

WARREN, Ohio – The Grand Resort is holding a dinner featuring Gregory James Wines on Thursday, March 24.Winery co-founder Jim Demuth will guide the dinner, which is 6 to 9 p.m. The wines come from California’s Sonoma and Napa Valley vineyards. The winery was created in 2013.To be served• Viognier, Russian River, Sonoma• Chardonnay, Hawk Hill Vineyard, Sonoma Coast• Pinot Noir, Bacigalupi Vineyard, ...

WARREN, Ohio – The Grand Resort is holding a dinner featuring Gregory James Wines on Thursday, March 24.

Winery co-founder Jim Demuth will guide the dinner, which is 6 to 9 p.m. The wines come from California’s Sonoma and Napa Valley vineyards. The winery was created in 2013.

To be served

• Viognier, Russian River, Sonoma

• Chardonnay, Hawk Hill Vineyard, Sonoma Coast

• Pinot Noir, Bacigalupi Vineyard, Russian River, Sonoma

• Zinfandel, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma

• Cabernet Sauvignon, Beckstoffer Georges III Vineyard, Napa Valley

The wines will be paired with small plates from executive chef Eric Arblaster.

Space is limited; reservations are required. Cost is $85. Call 330-856-1900.

The Grand Resort’s own wine collection totals more than 600 bottles covering a range of prices. It also offers a wine-dispenser preservation system.

The Grand Resort / Avalon Golf and Country Clubs is at 9519 East Market St., Warren.

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Dennis Cartier joins forces with Aurelios on eclectic new track ‘Ven Pa Ca’: Listen

Dennis Cartier and Aurelios join forces once again on their new track ‘Ven Pa Ca’. The two have previously teamed up to create tracks such as ‘Voy A Bailar’ which is currently sitting nearly over one million streams across all platforms, and they’ve collaborated on another track entitled ‘Take Me There’ which is also a dancefloor killer.With influences like Chocolate Puma...

Dennis Cartier and Aurelios join forces once again on their new track ‘Ven Pa Ca’. The two have previously teamed up to create tracks such as ‘Voy A Bailar’ which is currently sitting nearly over one million streams across all platforms, and they’ve collaborated on another track entitled ‘Take Me There’ which is also a dancefloor killer.

With influences like Chocolate Puma and Alesso, Dennis Cartier is a Belgian DJ and released his first EP back in 2010 entitled ‘Chapter One’ but really put his name on the map when he was discovered in 2018 by Fedde Le Grand which led him to release the feel-good track ‘Final Night’. The DJ/producer also fronts his own label ‘Cartierecordings’ which was founded back in 2020 to which he released his first pop single ‘Don’t Let Me Go’. Since then he’s released ‘Jungle Queen’ on KSHMR‘s label Dharma Worldwide and most recently, ‘Closer’ with Mexican DJ/Producer Broz Rodriguez.

Aurelios comes from Italy and has got his start at an early age. From age fourteen, he began producing and creating EDM and has found support from major superstars such as Hardwell, Laidback Luke, and Lost Frequencies. His solo releases include his massive remix of ‘Che Le Luna‘ and ‘I’ve Had Enough’.

‘Ven Pa Ca’ is a fun tune that’s the perfect track for festival season. From the start of the song, we’re roped in with Spanish-speaking vocals that sit sweetly on top of the horns that weave their way throughout the beat which gives this track the ultimate feel-good vibe. “Ven Pa Ca” which translates to “come over here” is a guaranteed ear-worm that is made for the dancefloors.

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Disneyland adds ‘sparkle and shine’ during Club 33 refurbishment

Disneyland’s secret and private Club 33 is undergoing a monthlong refurbishment that will add “sparkle and shine” to the New Orleans Square hangout for the rich and famous ahead of the 55th anniversary of the members-only club steeped in mystique.The Club 33 refurbishment will keep Salon Nouveau closed through April 15 – with the cocktail lounge reopening on April 16.Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what&...

Disneyland’s secret and private Club 33 is undergoing a monthlong refurbishment that will add “sparkle and shine” to the New Orleans Square hangout for the rich and famous ahead of the 55th anniversary of the members-only club steeped in mystique.

The Club 33 refurbishment will keep Salon Nouveau closed through April 15 – with the cocktail lounge reopening on April 16.

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The Court of Angels that serves as the entry courtyard for Club 33 members is also undergoing refurbishment. During the courtyard closure, members must enter through the gate next to Le Bat En Rouge and use the club elevator to reach Le Grand Salon and Le Salon Nouveau.

The Grand Salon — the club’s main dining room — remains open Wednesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner during the refurbishment of the Salon Nouveau lounge and Court of Angels entry courtyard.

Salon Nouveau has been closed for several weeks while Disneyland crews refurbish the elegant lounge. Past refurbishments have added new carpeting and draperies.

Disneyland bills Club 33 as exclusive, world class and shrouded in mystery. Club 33 was inspired by the VIP lounges Walt Disney experienced at the 1964 New York World’s Fair where It’s a Small World and Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln first debuted. The private Disneyland club opened in 1967 a few months after Disney’s death in late 1966.

Club membership costs $25,000 to join and $10,000 annually, according to Eater. The membership waiting list numbers in the hundreds and it can take more than a decade to receive an invitation. Tom Hanks, Christina Aguilera and Elton John — all of whom have professional Disney connections — are reportedly among the celebrity club members, according to Eater.

The second-story club takes its numerical name from its New Orleans Square address: 33 Royal St. Club 33 was famously the only place alcohol was served in Disneyland before Oga’s Cantina opened in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in 2019. New Orleans Square neighbor Blue Bayou began serving alcohol in May 2021 after a year-plus COVID-19 pandemic closure.

Club 33 underwent a six-month renovation in 2014 that completely reimagined the main dining room and added the Salon Nouveau cocktail lounge.

Napa Rose chef Gloria Tae and Club 33 chef Clint Chin switched places in February — making Tae the first female chef de cuisine at Club 33. Tae oversees the menus in Le Grand Salon and Le Salon Nouveau as well as the adjacent 21 Royal private dining experience.

Grand opening of Tesla’s new gigafactory kicks off in Del Valle Thursday

The grand opening of Tesla’s new gigafactory for electric vehicles will kick off in the Austin area Thursday afternoon.About 15,000 people are expected to attend the event in Del Valle, which starts at 4 p.m. CT. Traffic concerns resulted in Del Valle Independent School District closing early.When it was ...

The grand opening of Tesla’s new gigafactory for electric vehicles will kick off in the Austin area Thursday afternoon.

About 15,000 people are expected to attend the event in Del Valle, which starts at 4 p.m. CT. Traffic concerns resulted in Del Valle Independent School District closing early.

When it was first announced in 2020 that the $1 billion factory was going to be built in Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott said it would create at least 5,000 new jobs.

Now, it could be thousands more.

“They’re looking at reportedly hiring about 10,000 workers fairly quickly and ultimately about 20,000 workers making several different models as well as some battery accessories and that sort of thing at the plant,” said Ray Perryman, president and CEO of Waco-based Perryman Group, an economic research firm.

Perryman believes the economic impact will be far-reaching not just for Austin, but Texas as a whole.

“We think the ultimate impact of the first round of hiring could be as much as 35,000 jobs across the state of Texas, and also, about $3.5 billion or so in annual gross products,” he told The Texas Newsroom. “So, these are very, very significant numbers that this facility could bring.”

While the grand opening is exciting for the Austin Chamber of Commerce, Bryce Bencivengo, the chamber’s director of public relations and media, said it’s not just about the number of jobs it will bring to the region.

“It’s also the secondary and tertiary things that we're going to see that pop up around an investment like this, where other businesses and suppliers and industries that help something like a Tesla gigafactory operate are also going to be brought to the region and are going to be able to expand local businesses that serve those folks or relocate new business here,” he said.

Bencivengo added, what excites the Austin Chamber most is how a new, large employer in the region could also “invigorate” these different types of businesses.

“Everything,” he said. “All the way down from janitorial service, all the way up to EV [Electric Vehicle] car parts.”

Both Bencivengo and economist Perryman told The Texas Newsroom that Tesla’s gigafactory could be a catalyst for growth in the state, with Perryman adding it “really gives us a presence in a newly emerging industry.”

“It also tells us — as the automobile industry diversifies as we move more and more toward more climate sensitive solutions to things — that Texas is going to be a part of that aspect of the industry, much as it has been in the more traditional side,” said Perryman. “From both a strategic standpoint and the sheer magnitude of this, this is a significant location for Texas.”

Perryman noted Tesla and its CEO, Elon Musk, have made other significant investments in Texas.

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