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  • Herbert Hyman dies at 82; founder of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf chain

    In 1968, decades before "latte" and "barista" became everyday terms, Herbert Hyman and his wife, Mona, opened a small store in the tony Westside district of Brentwood to sell coffee — not the tasteless grounds of uncertain provenance that supermarkets sold by the can, but whole beans in one-pound bags that came from places like Costa Rica, Colombia and Kenya.
  • Second new I-95 travel plaza opens in Maryland

    Second new I-95 travel plaza opens in Maryland
    A second newly constructed travel plaza along Interstate 95 in Maryland opened early Tuesday morning, about six weeks ahead of schedule, according to the Maryland Transportation Authority. The opening of the new $26 million, 30,000-square-foot...

    Bruxie introduces Irvine location

    Forget bread on sandwiches, the people want waffles. The gourmet waffle sandwich chain, Bruxie, is opening its sixth Southern California location Tuesday at the Heritage Plaza Center in Irvine, according to a news release. The chain, which first...

    New assistant city manager is jack of all trades

    Huntington Beach's new assistant city manager is bringing a range of expertise to the position. Ken Domer, who has held a similar position in Placentia, believes that his ability to oversee multiple departments — such as economic development and...

    Peet's Coffee & Tea sold for nearly $1 billion, but not to Starbucks

    Peet's Coffee & Tea sold for nearly $1 billion, but not to Starbucks
    Peet’s Coffee & Tea Inc., the Bay Area-based cafe chain, is going private for $977.6 million – but it’s not being sold to Starbucks, its giant Seattle rival. Instead, German conglomerate Joh. A. Benckiser will shell out $73.50 a share...