Dr. K stopped by the Boomer & Carton studios Thursday to give listeners an idea of what to expect as they read about his journey from addiction to incarceration to recovery.
Was that really a Jack and Coke you had in New Jersey? It might not have been, but authorities in the Garden State are working to do something about it.
The toxicology tests were conducted as part of Adam Lanza’s autopsy by Connecticut’s chief medical examiner.
A northern New Jersey city may require bars and liquor stores to install security cameras and operate them continuously as a way to curb crime.
The days are getting longer, buds are blossoming and slowly, but surely, the mercury is rising. Help speed along your recovery from a long winter with these refreshing spring cocktails featured at an NYC bar near you.
Pretty soon, New Yorkers will be able to get a taste of the best whiskeys in the world. Lauren Mayer and Gabby Shayne, the “Whiskey Sisters,” are hosting the Single Malt & Scotch Whisky Extravaganza at the Roosevelt Hotel.
Some restaurants are ordering smaller glasses. Dunkin’ Donuts shops are telling customers they’ll have to sweeten and flavor their own coffee.
Police said Wednesday that alcohol might have played a role in the death of a Long Island teen whose body washed up on Lake Michigan, after he went missing from a party at Northwestern University outside Chicago.
Say “I love you” with Brooklyn’s versions of traditional Valentine’s Day gifts.
It’s time to put the finishing touches on your Super Bowl party planning — and we all know it’s not a shindig without some drinks.
There are plenty of things you should seek out during cold and flu season. The power of others, such as the hot toddy, are just mythical.
A huge liquor store opening in Fairfield County this week has smaller package store owners across Connecticut worrying that it could be a trend.
Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday rejected proposals by a health panel that would have increased taxes and regulations on alcohol, according to a published report.
Registered dietician and the author of Sass Yourself Slim, Cynthia Sass, joined The Couch Thursday morning to get you ready for the weekend by clearing up some myths about booze.
Mayor Marc Shrieks said he fears an insurance issue. Residents are mixed on the issue.
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