Category Archives: Educational News

November 12

Residents in Georgia Have Voted on “Brunch Bill”

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Maya Prabhu It has been nearly a week since the midterm elections that took place last Tuesday. Outside of the debacle of our future leaders of the state and of the world, Georgia had the opportunity to vote on a bill that lets county residents drink alcohol during restaurant’s brunch hours. Counties such […]

November 05

Who Pops the Most Bottles? The Western US Said to be the Biggest Drinkers

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 31 October 2018 Results of a recent study have shown that United States citizens have been dedicating a bigger amount of their paychecks to alcohol in current years. The Journal of the American Medical Association has statistics proving that America’s alcohol consumption has increased more than 7% since the beginning of the 21st […]

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

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 […]

October 23

OU’s Push For Beer

Oklahoma’s News K. Querry Many colleges and universities here in the United States often search for their dollar in tuition, housing, and for the good teams, sports events. However, this time next year, the collegiate stadiums may be singing a different tune. The President of Oklahoma University is currently drafting with the Athletics Department and […]

October 23

Cocktails & Homecoming: Is It Fun Without Alcohol? #DryOnTheYard

ABSTRACT:  Tonight on 100-Proof we will discuss can homecoming be fun without alcohol? Like prom, a homecoming is an event that many teenagers believe should include alcohol.  This weekend is the SpelHouse Homecoming, which is Spelmand and Morehouse. It’s helpful for parents to be realistic about the fact that older teenagers especially may be in […]

June 29

ATLANTA’s WESTSIDE BELTLINE TRAIL’S FIRST BREWERY…

Two additional beer establishments, Monday Night Brewing and Wild Heaven, are set to join Lean Draft House on the Westside Trail. The Westside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine celebrated its first business opening last week: a pub. Lean Draft House, located in Historic West End, is serving 20 local beers on tap, tacos and a […]

June 24

Best Bars In The World To Be Honored At Tales Of The Cocktail…

Written by bathchronicle.co.uk A Bath bar puts the city on the map for cocktail making with its nomination in two world-class categories. The Dark Horse is in the running for best international cocktail bar in the Spirited Awards. Meanwhile Blackbird, its atmospheric two-room annexe which used to be owner Louis Lewis-Smith’s office, is nominated for best […]

May 19

Thinkstock FOOD & DRINK>DRINK TRENDS Beverage experts share their biggest career lessons Get immersed in your field, support your peers and never burn a bridge, these professionals say… Written by David Flaherty, National Restaurant News | May 17, 2017 What if we could go back to the start of our careers, when we formed the roots […]