Titus Perkins: Inspiring Success

Titus Perkins, Executive Kitchen Manager of the Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group, receives the distinguished “Faces of Diversity Award” from the National Restaurant Association. With a disabled grandmother as his only guardian, Titus Perkins was forced to become the leader of his household at a very young age. “I was cooking […]

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Willa Jean: A Parking Story

Not to sound like a snot, but growing up around a major metropolis like San Francisco has taught me a few solid rules to follow when parking in the city. First, never park illegally or you will most definitely be ticketed, booted and/or towed. Second, never ever leave anything inside […]

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Hanging out in The Backyard

In general, I am not a huge fan of kids. While I realize people have all kinds of arguments to refute this particular point of view, nothing has been said or done to change my mind. Kids are invariably messy, selfish, smelly, sticky, noisy, irritable, ornery, time-consuming, aggravating, angsty little money […]

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