Here’s the best news you’ve had in the past few weeks: New York City chefs have made a bold gesture to demonstrate that they support immigrants who live in this country, and created a way for people who are devastated by the election results to get involved in resistance. It’s a really simple idea that can… Continue reading Mange La Résistance: How NYC Chefs Are Fighting Back Against Trump
Earlier this week, 147 leaders from around the world arrived in Paris for the long-anticipated climate talks, also known as COP21, a series of meetings in which these powerful men and women will discuss carbon emissions, fossil fuels, solar power and some way to actually move forward. The event is nothing short of historic and… Continue reading How Do You Say “Power Lunch” In French?
There was a pivotal moment when I realized that wine was more than just a beverage. Being an agricultural product, wine represents a confluence of politics, history, language, and economics; it was this multidimensional nature of wine that pulled me in, along with its ability to knock you out with a particularly ethereal bottle. On… Continue reading Communism In A Bottle
I reported on an informal coalition of wine (and spirits) industry pros, mostly based in Philly, who are giving the State Legislature a piece of their minds about Pennsylvania’s archaic liquor codes. Read the story on Eater Drinks. Anything like this going on in other states across the country? Other unique cross-sections of politics and… Continue reading Wine Pros On The Attack In Pennsylvania!