Thursday, February 28, 2013
Jamaica Plain Patch got an answer to the questions posed earlier this week.
The doors are locked at Café Society, formerly a women’s clothing store at 606 Centre St., and though readers had plenty of suggestions for the new business, it turns out there’s already one planned for the space: a men’s clothing store. Caramelo Clothing will open at the space sometime in late March, according to owner Carolina Tejedor-Meyers, but it could be sooner. “We have a countdown clock on the website,” she said in a phone interview, “It’s nerve wracking.” She said the store will specialize in men's clothing and accessories. Tejedor-Meyers is a first-time clothing storeowner, but a long time Jamaica Plain resident. She lives just down the street from the location, and has been in Jamaica Plain for 12 years. She is originally from …
Thursday, February 23, 2012
The first three non-dairy flavors debut on March 6.
Vegans rejoice. You no longer have to just drink coffee while your friends enjoy ice cream at JP Licks. The JP-based ice cream cafe will offer its first three dairy-free ice cream flavors at a free tasting on March 6. The flavors are: According to a company press release, "all of the flavors will be non-dairy, gluten-free, vegan, Kosher certified and sweetened with brown rice and agave syrups." In April, J.P. Licks will debut dairy-free hemp-based ice cream. Tokers shouldn't get too keyed up, though. As Boston Inno points out, hemp, though related to marijuana, lacks THC. In June J.P. licks plans to introduce dairy-free soy ice creams.
Monday, December 26, 2011
Each Monday Video Underground shares their most popular rentals (plus a staff recommendation).
Here are the top ten rentals of the past week from Video Underground in Hyde Square. Numbers in parenthesis are rankings from last week: 1. Rise of the Planet of the Apes (1) 2. Cowboys & Aliens (9) 3. Super 8 (3) 4. Bridesmaids (4) 5. Conan the Barbarian  6. The Debt  (6) 7. The Hangover Part II (2) 8. The Help 9. Horrible Bosses (5) 10. Our Idiot Brother (10) Josiah's Pick of the Week “Detour” dir Edgar G. Ulmer, 1945 Where to find it: Classic/Chippy One of the defining film noirs, "Detour" unravels the trials of Al Roberts' journey to Hollywood to join his girl, Sue. Roberts catches a ride with a sketchy gambler who's got plenty of scars to show off, but when the man mysteriously dies Roberts panics and his choices lead him …