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The Best Bottles to Buy from the Bottom Shelf, According to Experts

“John McDonald, CEO of Mercer Street Hospitality, recounted to me the rise of premium vodka during his days running MercBar in the 1990s—first Absolut’s explosion onto the scene, then the rise of Stoli’s flavored vodkas, and ultimately Grey Goose “crushing everybody.” But when I mention to him that everyone I know who’s been to Russia has returned with a supreme loyalty to Russian Standard ($16), McDonald is effusive. 132 more words

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Guest Chef: A Dinner with Chris Bianco

I am pleased to announce that on July 26th, my good friend and chef Chris Bianco (Pizzeria Bianco / Tratto) will be taking over the controls at Sessanta, working with our new Executive Chef, formerly of Vetri, where the two originally met years ago when he was chef at Vetri under Marc. 92 more words

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Getting back on the wagon... reluctantly.

In which I reluctantly reignite the fire in my belly ahead of another fucking election. 1,372 more words

Opinions My Own

Sunday, 4/16/17

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Fishing Report:
Happy Easter to everyone. It is a beautiful day on the Outer Banks and fishing continues to be more than fair. 230 more words

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Eva May McDonald and William Angus Croft

Today I added a headstone photograph to the page of Riverside Cemetery, Moser River, Halifax County, NS.


Eva M. Croft

1888- 1966

her husband… 122 more words

Riverside Cemetery Moser River

Block Members attended the New York Civil Liberties Union's Day of Action in Albany

Two members of The Block Center’s Social Justice Team attended the NYCLU’s Day of Action in Albany today. The purpose of the event was to give community members an opportunity to speak directly with their state representatives about issues effecting our rights as New Yorkers. 43 more words

Quoddy United Cemetery; John McDonald

Today I added a page for the United Church Cemetery at Quoddy, Halifax County, NS. In all my years travelling the eastern shore, I’ve never seen a church on the property, only the cemetery. 371 more words

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