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The "9-1-1" star recalled a night of vodka, pizza and gummy bears with the now-96 year-old actress on "The Late Late Show."
The Hunting Lodge Don't worry, it's really not about hunting these days, but the cabin that Absolut Elyx owns still has that
The room was unremarkable except that is had a big screen on the wall. I had been told I would be given Fentanyl and Versed
It's ELECTION DAY! There's so much going on in the media today that you might feel a little stressed. So I though why not
Spirits have traditionally played an important - although fraught and contested - role in Polish culture. Even during the
So refreshing you'll want to dive in and take a swim in it.
So refreshing you'll want to dive in and take a swim in it.
Before I started to plan a trip to Madrid in May, I had heard of this famous "market", built in 1983, that is located in the old quarter where you walk from vendor to vendor tasting different tapas.
Credit: Alex Lau Green Goddess Cocktail No need to buy preflavored vodka; we got great results making our own. GET THE RECIPE
"We like to show people just how special craft distilling is and what it means to be "craft". In a nutshell, it helps keep
Although I've always had an open dialogue with my kids about alcohol and drugs I've also known that my behavior would have a more lasting effect than my words. When my daughter and son learned in third grade social studies that alcohol was an addictive drug I found myself in the uncomfortable position of trying to explain why I often drank more than I should.
Spring is perhaps the most pleasant of the four seasons. It's when Mother Nature shakes off her mantle of snow and gets back to growing. New life is found all around us, and plants transition from the depressing shades of grey found in winter, to lush greens and pastels.
Kevin Bobal slid a tiny, nondescript plastic cup toward me. It has a sweetness, he told me, referring to the clear liquid
Pineapple is great on its own, but it is more versatile than you might think. And as spring approaches there really isn't
The first time I met Carmine Pikero, the man who would become my father-in-law, he was standing in the parking lot at Stamford (now Trinity) Catholic High School in my hometown of Stamford, Connecticut.