Monthly Archives: February 2011

Featured writer: Andrew Gottlieb

I’ll let you figure out for yourself which section of his book this week’s featured author will read on March 1. Andrew Gottlieb is a comedy writer who has churned out a variety of sitcoms, feature scripts, and books including … Continue reading

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Meet the Sponsor: Templeton Rye

I’ve mentioned this before, but it bears repeating:   Drink.Think is a FREE event. That’s right, no cover charge, no 2-drink minimum (though we’d love it if you’d order drinks from the bar at Jimmy’s No. 43!) And to help defray some … Continue reading

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Featured writer: Annia Ciezadlo

Perhaps you’ve already seen the stellar write-up in The New York Times about Annia Ciezadlo‘s new book. No?  Then perhaps you read her article about cooking with Iraqi refugees in Beirut in Best Food Writing 2009. No again? What, are you living under … Continue reading

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Meet the Sponsor: Sonoma-Cutrer

As you may already know, Drink.Think is a FREE event. That’s right, no cover charge, no 2-drink minimum (though we’d love it if you’d order drinks from the bar at Jimmy’s No. 43!) But to help defray some of the … Continue reading

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Featured writer: David Wondrich

 I’m beyond thrilled that cocktail historian David Wondrich is among the roster of stellar writers you’ll hear at Drink.Think on March 1. Here’s his official bio:  David Wondrich is the James Beard Award-winning author of Imbibe! as well as his latest … Continue reading

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Featured Writer: Dania Rajendra

So you think we only include established authors in Drink.Think?  No way – this is also a showcase for up-and-coming Bright Young Things, like this week’s featured writer, Dania Rajendra. Dania identifies herself as a writer, a culinary student, and a Brooklynite, … Continue reading

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