Picture Credit: Grant Rickard
In what is arguably the second best news bit we've heard today - the first being the story about the drunken man fighting a panda - a reader emails details of the latest on Pinkberry's single location in WeHo, which continues to track masses of yogurt loving fools.
I don't know if you've heard, but the saga of Pinkberry goes on. Traffics remains an issue and every evening, the corner is strewn with napkins, spoons, and Pinkberry cartons, many of which still contain left over frozen yogurt. There were leaflets under the windshield wipers of all the cars on the street the other morning with bold letters demanding "KICK THEM OUT." Apparently the city council put off the Pinkberry hearing until November 6th. Which just so happens to be when the weather cools off and people will no longer be craving cool frozen yogurt. The fliers were left by a resident named Philip Hoskins and in his note he insinuates that the city council is corrupt. His solution is to form a block association to tackle the issue. He writes, "One of the things we need to do is organize to defeat each incumbent of the City Council." As for the Pinkberry enthusiasts, there are two apartments for rent right behind Pinkberry.
Thank you for this eyewitness account. We will continue to follow this story until the Pinkberry virus has infected every neighborhood.
· Pinkberry Fools Ruining A Good Thing [Curbed LA]
· Drunk fights panda and loses [The Sun]