Great news clip on accessibility through one East Village resident’s eyes. (via Former Ms. Wheelchair America Struggles with East Village Curbs and Steps)(Source: http://download.macromedia.com/)
Philanthropic Bartenders Making Waves in Communities
My latest article on Huffington Post highlights an amazing group of bartenders making a huge impact in their local communities. It was a privilege for me to hear their stories and be able to write this piece. Philanthropic Bartenders Making Waves in Communities
This is one of those (rare) times when I wish I lived in DC. Fingers crossed that this smart new bar makes its way to NYC soon!(Source: http://www.youtube.com/)
A few nights ago, I went to a bar with a friend, and while we were sitting and chatting, this guy dressed in a red and black plaid shirt, tattooed arms, and those round earrings that stretch your ears sat down near us. He was an inebriated talker with a small amount of charm. He… Continue reading On beliefs
This is why I love my neighborhood.
Thoughtful philanthropy + awesome drinks + fun places. Brian Floyd, bartender at The Vanderbilt, has come up with a pretty awesome method of showering local charities with much-needed gifts. Through his initiation, a loose group of NYC bartenders–The Barman’s Fund–pick specific shifts, often their first of the month, to donate all their tips to a… Continue reading This is why I love my neighborhood.