Melissa Mora Hidalgo

Dr. Beer Butch columnist for LA Taco, and author of “Mozlandia: Morrissey Fans in the Borderlands”

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Allegations of sexism, harassment, and toxic work environments in the beer industry have recently come to a head.

MeToo movement reaches craft beer industry as Modern Times CEO resigns

Allegations of sexism, harassment, and toxic work environments in the beer industry have recently come to a head.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Breweries and wineries in LA County recently got the green light to reopen. But that green light comes with a lot of red tape.

Want to grab drinks at an LA brewery or winery? Here’s what to do

Breweries and wineries in LA County recently got the green light to reopen. But that green light comes with a lot of red tape.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Some fans' love for Morrissey is wavering after the musician made questionable statements about race, such as “everyone ultimately prefers their own race.”

Morrissey’s politics divide his LA fan base

Some fans' love for Morrissey is wavering after the musician made questionable statements about race, such as “everyone ultimately prefers their own race.”

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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