[for take away]  A MAGAZINE FOR EVERYONE ABOUT PEOPLE WORKING IN THE SERVICE INDUSTRY

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BUTCHER'S BIKE

quick take with JOSH MELARA

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The gluten-free Berlin baker talks brioche.

WALKER ESNER from The Lantern Inn in upstate New York and his artists portraits from the Wassaic Project.

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with RILEY SANCHEZ
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by GB Absher
TAXIDERMA

with JENNY MORSE

interview by: Heather Alamilla

Heather gets a quick soundbite from the patriarch of her well-remembered Ventura favorite Cafe Zack.

The good ole' boy from Buffalo muses on the journey that brought him from just south of Niagra Falls to sleeping on the beach in Venice between kitchen shifts.

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SCHROEDINGER’S

Photographic mistakes with DEVON FISCHER

CALIFORNIA MAN OF MYSTERY

Quick take of MAX TAYLOR from Trinity County

THE ZINE WITH NO NAME

by CARLY JOHNSON

THE SLOW TRAIN TO AUSTIN

PART 1 :  ZION

DANKESCHöN

The eccentric soloist DANKE performs at the Zebulon Cafe

WORKING IN THE TIME OF CORONA

RYAN O reflects on the sudden changes at a beloved bakery

THE SLOW TRAIN TO AUSTIN

PART 2 :  BRYCE CANYON

FOXTRAILS

MICHAEL BRENNER and the boys show us their polished side

THE CHICAGO KID

NICKY LEACH is not sure what he wants in life; part introspection, part counseling assignment

THE SLOW TRAIN TO AUSTIN

PART 3 :  VALLEY OF THE GODS

PARC GUINLE

Journal of GB ABSHER from the small Laranjeiras park in old Rio 

OBSTACLES

MICHAEL ELSTON navigates the LA acting scene

THE GUATEMALAN CUTMAN

An eventual ride up the coast with JOSH MELARA

THE ENIGMATIC WISE MAN

 If he had to be called something, CHRIS HOLZ would be a drunk philosopher; one that likes a typerwriter speed.

EXPIRED FILM

Behind the eyes of JAIME MARTINEZ, photographer and Gjusta counterman

HER NAME IS NONA

The story of a motorcycle and destiny.

BLANCO NIñO

Delivery man KRIS MILLER joined the band last year; good music ensued.

THE AUSSIE PHOTOGRAPHER

MATTY CHATBURN is now a father of two and balancing work at Gjusta and a burgeoning photography career.