Liquor stores in North Carolina are trying to keep shelves stocked as an alcohol shortage persists.
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Science and Sobriety: There are many behaviors and habits we’ve developed and continue despite studies having proven that they have adverse health complications - from smoking cigarettes and drinking too much coffee, to the overconsumption of processed food and skimping on exercise.
Maryland-based Total Wine & More has made its entry into Michigan, shaking up the state's market with its first stores opening in Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor this year and two more on the way for Novi and Sterling Heights.
More and more people are experimenting with cutting out alcohol from their lives — or at least cutting back. The Cali sober approach is creating a buzz among celebrities and regular people alike.
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Nearly 40 years ago the anti-drunk driving organization known as Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) was formed with the goal to stop drunk driving.
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak is reportedly planning to overhaul alcohol duty in next week’s Autumn Budget - a move which could slash the prices of products, such as beer and wine.
A mutual commitment to inclusion has fostered a strong partnership between the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) and Brock University’s Goodman School of Business.
TOPEKA – The to-go cocktails and longer liquor store hours adopted in Kansas during the pandemic could live on after the virus threat has passed.
During August nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew 2.2%, a perfunctory growth rate unaffected by an innocuous comp(1.8%), over same period sales last year.
AS OCTOBER USHERS in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the social media campaign Drink Less for Your Breasts stands out like a red flag against a cheerful tide of pink ribbons, especially the ones printed on labels of alcoholic beverages.