Monthly Archives: March 2011

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Cask: The Modern Beer Drinker’s Heaven on Earth

If Britain is currently enjoying a Renaissance in Real Ale, then Cask is perhaps the Leonardo da Vinci of its rejuvenated pubs. (This may be a mixed metaphor, but we’re...
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I Witness: The Thin Line Between Winter and Spring

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The New British Indie Scene: Beer to Swear By

British drinkers of my generation grew up knocking back gaseous, industrially produced, primarily foreign lagers. I should know; I was amongst them. God knows why; perhaps because everyone else was...
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Saugerties This Sunday

This Sunday, March 27, at 3:30pm, I’ll be joining my good friends and fellow music authors HOLLY GEORGE-WARREN and WILL HERMES at the INQUIRING MIND bookstore, 65 Partition Street in...
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I Witness: The “Winter is Far From Over” Edition

Six-year old Noel prepares to tackle Hellgate, his first ever black diamond, on Hunter Mountain, Saturday March 12th. (Yes, he fell, but only once, and he bounced right back up....
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London at Night(life): The Long Weekend

Welcome to the Front Room at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Friday February 26. They didn’t put on nights like this when I was a kid. (Well, they didn’t have nights...
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