Hangar 24 Beer Event
Total Wine & More, May 3
Having a passion for flying and good beer and conversation, master brewer Ben Cook was inspired to open Hangar 24 Craft Brewery in Redlands, Calif., during a friendly gathering of his flying buddies, where he broke out some of his home-brewed beer.
Whether you’re toasting a milestone, sipping on a date night or sealing the deal, raise a glass to your new favorite drinking spots
With free parking, an enormous bar, and indoor and outdoor seating, Atomic Liquors has few downtown competitors when it comes to throwing a party. But the joint’s spaciousness wouldn’t mean a thing if you couldn’t get a delicious cocktail or locally brewed beer when you want it.
From camping to glamping, we pick our favorite spots for seeing the sights of the West and beyond
From tent to trail: campgrounds with perks
Kaibab Lake Campground
Nobody likes campgrounds so cramped that the neighbor’s snoring ruins a star-filled night’s sleep. One cool thing about Kaibab Lake Campground is the spaciousness of the grounds, allowing ample elbow (knee and ankle) room between you and the next tent over.
A Utah congressman’s changes to the Tule Springs fossil-park bill might've unleashed a mammoth problem By the time Congressman Rob Bishop’s amendments to the Tule Springs Bill came to light, around noon on Feb. 26, the D.
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Large chest? You need a top that can do some heavy lifting, a style that gives you full coverage plus a banded bottom and/or underwire so there are no wardrobe malfunctions at the beach.
By turning homeless signs into art, Justin Lepper wants you to see the people we try not to see
Holding a piece of stained cardboard, the disheveled man jumps up, smiles, points at Justin Lepper like he’s just won something on a game show, and rushes to retrieve the rest of his collected works. Lepper had previously offered the man a few dollars to gather more pieces from his colleagues, and the man is excited that he has returned to collect.
As Carol Harter steps down from Black Mountain Institute, we talk with her about good writers, big money and the jerks who govern Hunter Thompson’s estate
Carol Harter affects a little comic vanity about the empty bookshelves in her soon-to-be-vacated office at the Black Mountain Institute. “Don’t get those in the picture,” she mock-urges a couple of times.
With New York confidence, Brooklyn Bowl mixes nostalgic fare with homegrown originals
Bemoaning the absence of good (insert regional specialty here) is a familiar pastime for overly proud native New Yorkers like me. For instance, I’ve stopped paying mind to any sign that advertises “New York-style” pizza; the vicious emotional roller coaster of high hopes and big letdowns is a ride I can no longer endure.
This four-day feasting extravaganza starring the world’s most acclaimed chefs also brings many events focused around libations such as wine, sake and cool cocktails. Events are scheduled at various locations including The Venetian, Aria, Bellagio, Caesars Palace and MGM Grand.
When it comes to sipping and snacking, raise your glass to bar food that pleases the palate
Do you ever agree to meet up with friends for a casual bite over drinks — only to leave disappointed and still hungry? You’ve got a case of the bar-food blues. If you’ve ever groaned at the sight of a nacho platter, complained of chicken finger fatigue or put up with an order of entirely forgettable hot wings, you probably suffer from this common affliction.
After all of these suggestions, you still drank on an empty stomach? For shame! While there’s no confirmed cure for hangovers, it doesn’t stop us from trying. When these three local chefs overdo it, they cook up some get-well grub whose curative powers they swear by.
It was in the jittery, tattered mental fog of New Year’s Day — visions of last night’s fizzing champagne cocktails and flowing wine still moshing before my frontal lobe, also sparkly novelty hats were involved and someone’s lost pants — that the proposition was put before me: Maybe, she said, between sips of seltzer water, we should go dry for January.
I can’t remember what my exact response was — in fact, I think I momentarily entered a psychospiritual trauma-induced astral rift and left my catatonic body behind or something — but she said it involved unearthly bleating and howls.
“The potency of mythic ideas”: That’s what artist Hooker says the eight red-neon text pieces in Pregnant Neon: A Tale of Conspicuous Devotion are about. Culled from his readings in mythology, the phrases are “potent with meaning, but somewhat subjective.