Bartender

Express your grievances at the passenger’s Seinfeld-inspired Festivus bar

Passenger Tom Brown poses in front of a Festivus aluminum pole and cutouts of Seinfeld figures. Photography courtesy of Tom Brown. Many bars are embracing the Christmas spirit this year with tons of garlands, wreaths and eggnog. The Passenger in Shaw, however, is celebrating the anti-vacation season with an all-Festivus …

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Which cocktail goes best with which glass?

It can be difficult to match the experience of a cocktail served in a large bar. Beyond the moody lighting and lively atmosphere, the drinks just taste better. One of the secrets lies in the glass, the advantage of which is much more than aesthetic. Whether you’re making the cocktails …

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Galva temporarily modifies its liquor license

A minute of silence was observed at the start of Monday night’s city council meeting for former Third Ward councilor Wayne Buck for all he has done for the town of Galva. Wayde died on November 1 after falling from a roof at his residence in a Peoria hospital. The …

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Discovery Star credits Whoopi Goldberg for success

Sonequa Martin-Green, who plays Michael Burnham in Star Trek: Discovery, credits Whoopi Goldberg for paving the way for black women in the series. Star Trek: Discovery star Sonequa Martin-Green paid tribute to black women of Star Trek while speaking with Whoopi Goldberg. From Discovery season 4, Green became the first …

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Seasonal Spirits: Welcome winter with these eight bartender-approved bottles

As we keep our rosé by the pool and our Aperol ready for the spritz until next summer, it’s time to bring out more seasonal bottles: spirits and homemade liqueurs to thaw our chilly souls and transport us. until spring. Think of them as the alcoholic equivalent of a cable-knit …

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Tre Gaston-Ellis, siblings adjust to life after losing mother to COVID

Eulalia Gaston was not supposed to leave so early. The mother of six had work. Besides being the spirit of steel support system that kept her family together after her 27-year-old marriage ended six years ago, she had a new grandchild to care for. With the pandemic spreading across the …

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8 Ways to Deliver a Milwaukee Experience

Clothing, jewelry, kitchen gadgets – these are all great gifts, but sometimes the gift of experience is more precious. If you have someone on your list who enjoys going out and doing cool things in the city, this guide is a good place to start. 1. Cocktail & candle making …

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Marcella C. Dickey 1955-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN – Marcella C. “Marcie” Dickey, 66, died Thursday morning November 18, 2021 at St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital. Marcie graduated from Chaney High School in 1973. Soon after, she began her career as a bartender, bringing smiles and joy to the faces of many customers daily. Marcie was known as …

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Try “All on Red,” the pomegranate cocktail that won The Public House a prize of $ 10,000

BAY CITY, MI – The Public House menu now features an award-winning pomegranate cocktail. The bar, located at 811 Adams St. in downtown Bay City, recently won a nationwide cocktail competition and a $ 10,000 prize for bartender Matthew Mitchell’s creation. “Matthew Mitchell, one of our bartenders, told us that …

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Man gets life in prison for road rage and gunfire in soldiers

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) – A western Montana man who responded to a diesel exhaust plume with murderous rage was sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday without the possibility of parole. Johnathan Bertsch, 31, d’Arlee pleaded guilty in June to intentional homicide and three counts of attempted voluntary homicide for …

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