Sunday Morning Coffee Reads, Vol. 176

From a fine dining chef's attempt at fast food to the story of The West Coast Get Down, LA's jazz crew, this week's Sunday Morning Coffee Reads has it all. Pour your coffee, grab a comfy seat and enjoy the reads.

1. COOKING LESSONS: DISILLUSIONED WITH FINE DINING, ONE OF THE WORLD’S GREAT CHEFS TOOK ON FAST FOOD. IT HAS BEEN HARDER THAN HE EVER IMAGINED.

By Daniel Duane | The California Sunday Magazine | 17 mins

2. ARABICA CAN’T PRODUCE UNDER CHANGING HEAT CONDITIONS, NEW STUDY SAYS

By Nick Brown | Daily Coffee News | 5 mins

Espresso coffee shot

3. “IPAS ARE LIKE FRAGILE BUTTERFLIES”: A CONVERSATION WITH BEER WRITER JOSH BERNSTEIN

By Matt Giles | Long Reads | 9 mins

IPAs beer

4. THE LIFELONG EFFECTS OF MUSIC AND ARTS CLASSES

By Tom Jacobs | Pacific Standard | 5 mins

Music Class

5. JAZZ IN 2017: THE MUSIC IS THRIVING, THOUGH SUPPORT IS IN PERIL

By Popcast | The New York Times | 40 mins

Jazz music