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1930s Repeal 18th Amendment Lapel Pin

Isn’t this a great piece of vintage jewelry?

Darkness! Aged Bathtub Gin - - Macallan, Clynelish and Abelour

When I spoke to Ben Ellefsen (a close associate of Professor Cornelius Ampleforth) at a tasting last summer and he hinted that there were more innovative aged gins in the pipeline, I was excited. 457 more words

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My 3 Favorite Speakeasies in NYC

This is my favorite thing to write about- partly because I love speakeasies and mostly because I love a good cocktail. Speakeasies are alive and well in New York City. 262 more words

Prohibition: 10 Things to know

History.com: On January 16, 1920, scores of thirsty Americans took to the streets to buy their last legal drinks from liquor stores and saloons. The United States officially became a “dry” country the following day, when the 18th Amendment outlawing “the manufacture, sale or transportation of intoxicating liquors” took effect. 71 more words


Shhht there's a party going on!‏

Nowhere is the Prohibition-era glamour better maintained than in New York! While about 80 years ago the ban on alcohol was lifted, the “speakeasy” concept is still very much alive, keeping the thrill of secret passwords, false storefronts and its secretive spirit of the 1920s. 272 more words


Phish Song Illustrations VI

I’ve been on a roll lately with these watercolors.  It’s been fun playing around with watercolors as well as taking my time illustrating these songs.  Most of the original drawings used in my illustrated setlists were drawn, inked, and then scanned and colored digitally while the show was in progress (I was lucky enough to be able to stream a live show for all most of summer, fall, and the Miami tour). 111 more words


Travel Diary: Day 1 in NYC

This Thanksgiving I was back home in New England (my first time in two years! it felt magical!), and as part of the trip we decided to pop over to NYC for 3 days and two nights of adventures and fun time away from my family. 542 more words