It’s September, but it still feels like summer. On a recent Sunday evening, I had a hankering for some barbecue. So I went to My Father’s Barbecue on the corner of University Drive and Avalon Boulevard in Carson.
Sure, it’s a storefront in a strip mall, but welcome to Southern California, right? Welcome to barbecue. Even the most high end barbecue restaurants aim for a gritty ambiance, which is encouraging because it means they have everything riding on the barbecue.
“I would rather see that than a statement on Black Lives Matter, because Black Lives Matter is quite comprehensive in terms of what it aims to do and so selling products is really not part of Black Lives Matter’s platform,” Dr. Donna Nicol said.
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