The Blind Pig: Off-Broadway

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 3, 2013
My buddy Chris and I are old-school: Instead of Twitter or Instagram, we still text food pictures to each other. Random times during the week, our phones will chime on receipt of another sumptuous food shot of what the other was eating at that...
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