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1 hr ago | BusinessWeek
The love affair began one night in the 1940s when Frank Sinatra asked his pal Jackie Gleason to recommend a drink that would get him "smashed."
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5 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
On March 13, Sidebar will host a four-course dinner to celebrate Wild Turkey's master distiller Jimmy Russell's silver anniversary.
9 hrs ago | Miami New Times
Pappy Van Winkle. You've heard about it, read about it, and seen Anthony Bourdain tweet about it.
10 hrs ago | The Leaf-Chronicle
Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey has named Marc Dibernardo of Clarksville, Tenn., as the winner of the 2014 Rare Life Heroism Award.
10 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
You may remember the "Thumbs Up for Lane" photos that went viral on social media with names like Johnny Depp, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Kevin Durant and Tim Tebow tweeting photos of themselves giving a thumbs up in support of Lane Goodwin.
14 hrs ago | Asheville Citizen-Times
Kathleen Purvis, Charlotte Observer food writer and author, will talk about one of her passions this weekend: bourbon.
Each lunch includes a three-course lunch with dishes like fennel soup and housemade scones.
A bourbon maker and a police officer who says he was fired for being gay were at the Kentucky State Capitol Wednesday asking for a ban on workplace discrimination against gays.
Beam Inc CEO Matt Shattock is in line to make US$40m if his company's proposed takeover by Suntory Holdings goes ahead.
New York has had an absolutely brutal winter, with more snowstorms and bitingly cold air than just about any other in recent memory.
Remy's Kitchen & Wine Bar offers a lot more than wine. Drinking is encouraged, though, by both the plethora of bottles behind the bar and the murals on the wall.
One of life's finer pleasures: sipping a $6 in front of the fireplace at Original Joe's.
While legislatures debate whether to implement the Common Core State Standards. the beast that is troubling practitioners is the obligation to somehow test students, not on so much content as before but on the harder-to-measure ability to think.
Mardi Gras has been an iconic and honored holiday in the city of New Orleans since the 1720s, but did you know that the celebrations haven't always included the elaborate parades and floats to which we've become accustomed? It wasn't until 1856 that an anonymous group paraded down the streets of the city with uniquely crafted floats.
Cooking with spirits is nothing new: Julia Child recommends cognac in her recipe for traditional French pate, and vodka has a home in pasta sauce.
During a recent tasting of the components that make up the newest bottling from Irish whiskey Redbreast 21 , Brian Nation was thrilled about his new position as Master Distiller of the Midleton Distillery.