Weddings

Marvel Universe’s New Superhero: The Multi-Hyphenate

Hello, introduce yourself… Hi, I’m Charlotte Purser. Bar Professional and multi-faceted self-producing artist. Filmmaker, writer, actor photographer… and I have a podcast. All The Things! Yup What are you drinking right now? A beer *gasps with joy as Charlotte holds up a Corona Beer* Way to support! *Laughs* Other than enjoying a Corona during Corona,…

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Can Tall Lamps Help you in an Apocalypse?

Hello, please introduce yourself. Hi, I’m Leighton Samuels, bar professional, actor and fight director. Fight Director..tell me more. I choreograph violence for the stage.  That’s exciting. Do you think stage combat has prepared you for the quickly approaching Apocalypse? Sure, I have swords. And for those of us that don’t have swords… Baseball bat, Bottle…

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Neverland is in – Tribeca?

Once every four years, February gets an extra day, so it seems only right that Leap Day babies get an exceptional party. Keren Precel and her extraordinary team from Simply Perfect transformed Town Stages into Neverland and made this Peter Pan themed party soar!  Keren described to us the experience she created: Multiple rooms allowed…

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Crushing It at Home – The New Cocktail Trend?

Happy Thursday (it is Thursday right?) Introduce yourself, please. Hi I’m Brandon Tyler Harris, Bar Manager at Town Stages. Actor and Voice Over Artist. A man of many useful trades. Being a bar veteran, I assume you have a well-stocked bar and proper set up at all times, especially now. The local liquor store shut…

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Wedding Valet Actually Just Uncle Proving He Can Parallel Park

Janelle Barnes and her soon-to-be husband, Thomas Wright, did not hire a valet for their wedding last Sunday, but when Anne Marie Jacobs, 34, arrived at the ceremony, she was greeted by a middle-aged man telling her to “Just get out. I’ll do it.” The man, dressed in a Life is Good t-shirt and cargo shorts ended up parking nearly every car at the event and continued doing so well into the ceremony. “I don’t know why I just handed him my keys,” Jacobs, a cousin of the bride, told reporters. “He was—aggressively—friendly.” It wasn’t until hours later when Jacobs noticed the, now suited, man performing a striptease for a tent pole, that he probably wasn’t the valet.

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