Monthly Archives: October 2018

October 30

Cocktails & Government: Should Atlanta Brand Its Nightlife? #LikeMiami #LikeVegas #LikeNewYork

 In the 90’s Atlanta and Buckhead were known for its clubs, bars, and restaurants, along with the crowds there.  However, since the fatal stabbing by NFL Player Ray Lewis, Atlanta’s first minority mayor and current president of the Buckhead Coalition, Sam Massell has seen the nightlife through the good and bad. We will discuss should […]

October 30

Former UFC Fighter Arrested For DUI

Las Vegas Sun Associated Press Stephan Bonner, light heavyweight UFC fighter, was arrested two nights ago on a DUI charge after allegedly driving recklessly in Las Vegas. Highway Patrol received calls about a Cadillac speeding and making illegal lane changes on an Interstate. When they went looking for the vehicle, it was sitting to the […]

October 30

Orlando Club Being Sued For Serving Alcohol To Minors

WFTV9/ ABC News Jason Kelly, Field Sutton Ono Nightclub, found in Orlando, Florida, is facing some trouble as two families are filing a wrongful death suit against the club and holding them responsible for the loss of their two family members. George Stephan and Gretchen Roberts were both 20 and 19 years old when they […]

October 30

Mexico City Explosion at Alcohol Factory

Daily Mail Kayla Brantley An explosion occurred at a local alcohol factory in Mexico City just last week. It was said that a tank exploded inside the factory, causing a massive fire that caused one injury to an older gentleman and 2,000 people to evacuate their homes if they were within a certain radius of […]

October 29

Weed and Wine: Will Liquor Stores Start Selling Marijuana?

Marijuana Moment Tom Angell As the United States still decides if marijuana intake should be considered constitutional or not (medically and recreationally), many are getting ahead of themselves, and the law, and starting their own dispensaries for the substance. However, there are some who are finding an easier, more cost-effective way for consumers to buy […]

October 29

Prohibition Party In Effect?

The Fix Victoria Kim When alcohol made its returning debut in 1933 as a legal substance in the United States, it sounded as if no one would ever hear of the Prohibition Party ever again. Now, 85 years later, America is now finding out it is still alive and attempting to become in effect all over […]

October 27

A Lift On Alcohol Deliveries

Justice Victoria Frederick September 30, 2018 U.S. online grocery stores hit a record high of 17.5 billion dollars in revenue this year and are said to rise to an estimate of 30 billion dollars by 2021. These grocery deliveries in most recent times have included liquor and alcohol… or at least it has tried. Cities […]

October 27

Racist Alcohol Ads

Justice Victoria Frederick It’s no secret that America’s foundation was built on part racism, as a way of showcasing one race being the superior race over every other minority. As much as people try to “make light” of the situation and this nation’s politics, some refuse to let up on laughing around the problems that […]

October 27

Cocktails and Mommies

Justice Victoria Frederick When it comes to parenthood, a mother will do all she can to keep her child safe as much as possible. She will take the vitamins, visit the doctor, and follow as many of the instructions given to her in order to carry the infant into a full term. One of the […]

October 27

Louisiana Teacher Arrested for Alcohol Storage

News 4/ NBC News It seems some teachers have found another way to get through a tough day of educating. Shannon Beran was a 43-year-old elementary school teacher at Buckeye Elementary School in Deville, Louisiana. During dismissal of her students, Beran was said to have been moving very slowly and awkwardly, back and forth between […]