Bruce Springsteen Admitted To Drinking Two Shots Before Dwi Arrest, Court Document Says

The officer who arrested Springsteen said he saw him take a shot of tequila before getting on his motorcycle.



After decades of thinking that alcohol liberated them, increasing numbers of women are wondering if it actually created new prisons.


Washington Taps Starbucks For Help With Covid Vaccine Rollout

The coffee giant has committed a team to work full time on expediting its home state's vaccine distribution.


A Former Nba Executive Is Leading Napa’s Businesses Through Crisis After Crisis

Napa Chamber of Commerce CEO and president Travis Stanley has helped Napa's businesses through wildfires and earthquakes. Now he's leading them through a pandemic.


Experts Recommend The Best Rum To Enjoy On National Rum Day

Celebrate National Rum Day with expert-recommended bottles of rum, as well as rituals and cocktail inspiration.


As Starbucks Locations Reopen Nationwide, Workers Question Why They Should Risk Their Life ‘for A Frappuccino’

?We?re not forcing anyone to come back, but it is a managed risk,? said one manager. ?We have no idea which customers have been following procedures or who has been in hospitals.?


In Gordon Ramsay’s Lucky Cat, An ‘asian Eating House’ Embroiled In Controversy

Chef's new London eatery is the latest Asian restaurant owned by a non-Asian restaurateur to attract criticism.


Climate Change Gives English Winemakers ‘harvest Of The Century’

"Growing grapes here is a really stupid thing to do. There are better places to grow grapes, so if you can do it here you can do it anywhere in the world."


Wine Tasting Can Work The Brain More Than Math, According To Neuroscience

But you?ve got to slow down and savor what you?re drinking.


Government Shutdown Is Brewing Trouble For America’s Craft Beer Makers

'The damage of this situation is going to be really hard to calculate and far-reaching,' said one brewer of the inability to get government approvals.

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