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Careful: Alcohol Linked to Heart Arrhythmias

Careful: Alcohol Linked to Heart Arrhythmias

Researchers in Germany conducted a study that has led them to the conclusion that getting drunk is correlated with heart arrhythmias, which are atypical heart rhythms. The researchers conducted the study in an atmosphere that was full of possible subjects to partake in such. “Basically we were sitting over a beer or two, ironically, and...

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Grand Ole Opry Expanding to NYC

Grand Ole Opry Expanding to NYC

Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. announced on Thursday that the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville is expanding to New York City. The venue, which is famous for country music, was first founded in 1925. For the first time in more than 90 years, Grand Ole Opry is branching out of Tennessee. The Grand Ole Opry aired...

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A Vineyard On A Rooftop

A Vineyard On A Rooftop

For the wine lovers of New York City and the surrounding around, there is a new kind of experience. When one indulges in a delicious glass of wine, they usually picture themselves in the Tuscan vineyards of Italy, or in the middle of the mountainous vineyards of Chile or California. One usually does not picture...

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Tim Burton Restaurant? It Exists

Tim Burton Restaurant? It Exists

When one envisions Tim Burton, they usually think of “The Nightmare Before Christmas”, “Corpse Bride”, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, and much much more movies. His fantastic world has captivated the minds of millions along with sending a message in his films. Now, New Yorkers are in for a treat. Another Tim Burton film? Not...

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A New Coffee In Town

A New Coffee In Town

New Yorkers heavily rely on their morning coffee in order to survive the bustling day that awaits them. Starbucks, Dunkin, Coffee Bean, you name it, all coming in with the best of the best coffees for locals and tourists. One of the thousands of coffee shops in Manhattan is re-inventing just the regular cup of...

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Sunday Funday is Becoming More Fun

Sunday Funday is Becoming More Fun

When one thinks of Sunday in New York, they think of sports, relaxation, and brunch. Three leisure activities that could all potentially involve alcohol. An old prohibition law, dating back to 1934, did not allow alcohol to be served until noon. This law was made in order to regulate the production, sales and manufacturing of...

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The Stonewall Inn Goes Monumental

The Stonewall Inn Goes Monumental

The Stonewall Inn started out as a gay rights movement in 1969 and now it became the first national monument for LGBT rights. In New York City 1969, the bar was there when the gay pride began.  It was the location where the gay community refused the status quo of oppression and started to stand...

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