The month of March brings New Yorkers the Second Annual Sagrantino Month at Eataly, brought to you by the Montefalco Consortium. The association is responsible for coordinating with local producers and guiding them in both constant quality research and the promotion of the quintessential wines of their territory. Sagrantino Month is part of a year-long Sagrantino campaign. The Sagrantino promotion at Eataly will include a trade seminar, consumer classes, wine tasting, and wine by the glass at all of Eataly's restaurants. The promotion will continue across the country with virtual tastings, trade tastings, meetings, and a consumer awareness and education program. Sagrantino is the regional Umbrian wine and has quickly become a favorite in Italy. Now Sagrantino producers are attempting to expand its success to the United States. There are five participating wineries in the Sagrantino Month promotion, including Antonelli San Marco, Arnaldo Caprai, Perticaia, Scacciadiavoli, and Tenuta Castelbuono.
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For more than 16 years, Backstreet Boys have delivered the very finest pop music has to offer! They return to New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom on August 26. Go to Joonbug's Facebook wall and post your favorite Backstreet Boys memory for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the concert!
With the release of the single "Summertime" two years ago, New Kids On The Block kicked off their international tour. The pop group that was formed in the 1980s blasted to superstardom and rocked radio's Top 40 with "Please Don't Go Girl" and "You Got It." The tour that reunited the group came with a pact to pause their individual projects to give fans a paramount performance worldwide. For the first time, New Kids On The Block will perform on stage at New York City's legendary Radio City Music Hall beginning on June 17.
They may look like a picture perfect set of ceramic dolls, but when these ladies get started, their innocent features belie the hilarious comedy-folk songs they perform across the country. With an arsenal of provocatively titled songs like "Fuck You" and "One Night Stand," Riki Lindhome and Kate Micucci stun audiences with their down-home music and lyrics and back-to-the-future personas. While the pair also perform separately, they create a firestorm of hysteria when they come together under one roof - as they will on March 19th and 20th at Comix in New York City.
If I were the CEO of KFC, I would definitely not be a fan of Oprah. For those of you that don’t know, media giant Oprah Winfrey and chicken giant KFC recently teamed up together in some sort of national giveaway of chicken in order to give Americans a free meal. Yes, folks, you have read correctly- all around the country, KFC is giving away free chicken. FREE. CHICKEN.
Of course, there’s a catch. In order to receive your free chicken, you had to download a coupon from the KFC website, which according to some reports, was almost impossible to download. The coupon, which was for KFC’s new line of grilled chicken, was good for two pieces of the stuff, two sides and a biscuit- not bad at all in this horrible economy. Sadly, due to the obvious overwhelming response from like, everywhere, you can no longer download the coupon.