Christopher Olin

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Ever think of drinking a Martini out of wood instead of glass? Or champagne out of a ceramic cylinder?

“Crafting the Cocktail:” Handmade Objects for Modern Libations/Brandyn Tepper Talks

Ever think of drinking a Martini out of wood instead of glass? Or champagne out of a ceramic cylinder?

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This weekend, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory held its annual open house, inviting the public to explore the grounds of the La Canada-Flintridge facility for two days. This was…

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