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Fishing for History features Art in the Age

10/18/2011
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The Age of Mechanical Reproduction Fishing Exhibit

My friend Ron P. Swegman, noted fly angling writer and author of the great book "Small Fry: The Lure of the Little", recently was invited to participate in the recent The Age of Mechanical Reproduction in Philadelphia on October 7th, 2011.

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Citypaper.com features Mavea & Art in the Age

10/17/2011
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Win tickets to Massimo Bruno's Supper Club at Cook

Chef Massimo Bruno, well-known for his spirited Italian supper clubs held in his kitchen studio in downtown Toronto, is headed south to Philly next week to put on a show at Cook (253 S. 20th St.). Scheduled for next Thursday, Oct. 27, the multi-course meal will highlight the cuisine of Bruno's home region of Puglia, with plenty of educational breaks sprinkled throughout. (Get a taste of the chef's jovial style above.) The dinner, which is being put on in partnership with Art in the Age (handling cocktails), Teaspoons and Petals (after-dinner tea) and Mavea Inspired Water (each guest will leave with their filtration pitcher), is a private affair, but Meal Ticket's landed a pair of seats that we want to give away to a hungry and deserving reader.

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Foodista.com features SNAP

10/17/2011
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Hot Toddy Redux with SNAP, Roaring Dan's and Royal Rose Syrup Autumn Plum

I'm a fan of dark plums.  They are richly flavored stone fruits that take to liquor or your lips as easily as they are folded into a piping hot fruit tart.

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LeafMag features RHUBY

10/17/2011
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Leaf Magazine Flavor: Grilled White Peach Rumble
Leaf’s Inaugural video!  We hope you enjoy a Rumble…

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Tempered Spirits featers ROOT

10/15/2011
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Back to my ROOTs

Not too long ago, Jason Wilson wrote an article about a curious liqueur named ROOT (I’d prefer that it was simply “Root,” but Art in the Age seems rather fond of the all-caps title). I was very intrigued, but not by the fact that he described as an American amaro based on the predecessor of root beer and birch beer, but because of its Pennsylvania-Dutch origins.

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Drink Me Mag features Hendrick's Gin and Narragansett

10/14/2011
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