The recipe took off, and the Lantz brothers soon found themselves searching for a bigger facility to produce their grandmother's recipe.In 1964, their search took them to Beatrice, Nebraska and the current facility, nestled in America's heartland.(Click here to learn more about Normcore.) “Old person” style and lifestyle have been hip for a while.Back in 2013, Senior Planet pointed to this: And a Google search brings up a myriad Pinterest boards and Tumblrs devoted to the idea of “hipster grandma.” But, like, WTF (as your favorite Millennial might text) does that even mean?The Nebraska bakery changed names and ownership several times before becoming nationally known as Beatrice Bakery Co in 2002.
According to one Millennial we know, grandparents are the coolest because they’re don’t even have to work at Normcore.She tells stories from her youth in Havana with her 4 siblings, and likes to watch Fox news on the maximum volume.She met my grandfather, Bernie, not long after coming to the states; they married, had three children and raised them in New Jersey. He is a tall army veteran from New Jersey who still works as a pharmacist a few days a week.Mc Clanahan said the grandmother simply was "driving the car and was taking her grandson shopping when the incident occurred." Police said they were looking for an older black Chevrolet Impala that was being driven by a tall black man; there was no further description.Last month, a 2-year-old girl was killed when a car drove by and someone fired into her vehicle; the shooter in that case hasn't been captured.