Journal

  • October 14, 2015

    As you well know, good journalists are trained to ask relevant questions, dig deep for facts, and check the reliability of their sources. For Columbia news anchors (and avid health enthusiasts) Dawndy Mercer Plank and Alicia Barnes, these skills come in handy as they explore a plethora of information associated with the benefits of a plant-based diet.

    Dawndy, Co-anchor for WIS News 10, and Alicia Barnes, Co-anchor for ABC Columbia, are regular customers at Good Life Café. Their passion for healthy eating has inspired us for a long time, so we asked if we could report on them for

  • January 9, 2015

    We are excited to welcome back Brenda Cobb and Jane Holmes from the Living Foods Institute in Atlanta, Ga.  They will lead you through 3 days of seminars and workshops, teaching about self healing, detoxification, cleansing, and emotional healing. These seminars will empower you to heal your body, mind and spirit, and will teach you exciting, new easy-to-prepare Organic, Vegan, Raw and Living Foods recipes to rebuild your health and give you a new lease on life.

    Brenda Cobb founded the Living Foods Institute in Atlanta, Georgia in September 1999 just seven months after she was diagnosed with breast and cervical

  • March 20, 2014
    3 different dishes. Photo by Daily Gamecock.

    Sarah Ellis from The Daily Gamecock  writes about fresh, vegan eating in South Carolina, with a highlight on Good Life Cafe.

  • March 12, 2014
    Photo by Jonathan Sharpe

    Jonathan Sharpe reviews the Nori Mushroom Wrap at Good Life Cafe’s new location at 1614 Main Street, Columbia.