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March 27, 1994 | SCOTT GLOVER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Sometime in January, Mark VanLeeuwen began drinking on the job. "I drink more beer than I used to," the 33-year-old entrepreneur admitted on a recent afternoon as he knocked back a malty pint of Railroad Porter ale. He paused, and said, "But around here, we call that quality control." VanLeeuwen recently scrapped a thriving insurance practice to open Santa Clarita's first micro-brewery. He said the move was more a calling than a whim.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 1994 | SCOTT GLOVER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Sometime in January, Mark VanLeeuwen began drinking on the job. "I drink more beer than I used to," the 33-year-old entrepreneur admitted on a recent afternoon as he knocked back a malty pint of Railroad Porter ale. He paused, and said, "But around here, we call that quality control." VanLeeuwen recently scrapped a thriving insurance practice to open Santa Clarita's first micro-brewery. He said the move was more a calling than a whim.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 1994
A no-host business luncheon for Lancaster City Council candidate Deborah Shelton will be held at noon today at Cifarelli's restaurant, 43953 15th St. West, Lancaster. Reservations: (805) 946-1393 or (805) 942-3975. A fund-raiser for James H. Gilmartin, who is running in the 25th Congressional District Democratic primary, will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. and from 6 to 7 p.m. today at the Santa Clarita Brewing Co., 20655 Soledad Canyon Road, Canyon Country.
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April 1, 1994 | RAY BENNETT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Ray Bennett is a frequent contributor to The Times
He has punched cows for a living, been a construction worker and driven a garbage truck. On the whole, Randy Rich would rather play the blues. * Randy Rich and the Ravens (drummer Pete Gallagher and bass player Brad Vance) have gained a substantial following in the San Fernando Valley area over the last three years with their hard-driving mix of blues and rock 'n' roll. They can be heard regularly at the Santa Clarita Brewing Co.
SPORTS
January 26, 1997 | DAVID WHARTON
There are what seems like a million sports bars in the naked city. Today, nearly all of them will be pouring beer at discount prices, serving various forms of seared animal flesh and raffling doodads such as football jerseys and commemorative glasses. Here is but a sampling: * Bobby McGee's 107 S. 1st St., Burbank (818) 841-1935. A Buffalo Bills' hangout, so you'll have plenty of sympathizers if your team loses. Drink specials. Raffling jerseys and an NFL football. Opens at 1 p.m.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 14, 1995 | JAMES E. FOWLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jimmy O doesn't know why they call it "cry-in-your-beer" music, the blues always makes him feel good. "It's a very uplifting kind of music, very healing," he says. "The blues is not sad, it's supposed to make you feel better." Jimmy O, who's playing at the Classroom in Northridge this Saturday and at the Santa Clarita Brewing Co. next week, is a born and bred Valley blues man. "I was born in the same hospital as Willie Dixon died, St. Joseph's in Burbank," Jimmy says.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 1997 | JAMES E. FOWLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dave Hole is a slide blues guitar player and singer from Down Under. The Australian has been on tour promoting his new album in the U.S. for five weeks now. So far, he's done New York, he's done Boston, he's done Indianapolis, and by Sunday morning, he will have done L.A., for the first time at B. B. King's in Universal City. Hole, 49, is one of those overnight sensations whose evening lasted more than 20 years. For years, Hole played clubs in his hometown of Perth.
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