Farha Ternikar

author, 'Brunch: A History'

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Professor of sociology at Le Moyne College and author of Brunch: A History

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McDonald's is catching on to something Angelenos are well aware of: People like brunch. A lot.

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McDonald's is catching on to something Angelenos are well aware of: People like brunch. A lot.

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