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May 20, 2013 (AFP) -Egypt's liquor stores are under growing pressure to stop selling alcohol, they say, not from the country's Islamist government, but from society itself. The shelves of Amir Aziz's central Cairo premises are stacked with beer, wine
Betsy Portman recalls the smell of fresh popcorn, the "click, click, click" of the movie reel turning on the projector and the cloud of cigarette smoke hanging overhead. Portman, 61, reminisced about Saturdays spent at the Muse Theatre, a popular
But state Sen. Mark Leno's legislation to allow municipalities to decide whether they want to extend the current alcohol-sales cutoff time from 2 a.m. to 4 a.m...Summarily discounting or blindly endorsing the proposal is dangerous...Detractors across
The University of Minnesota sold nearly $1 million of beer and wine at TCF Bank Stadium last year and lost money on the deal...But by the time the vendors took their cut and the university finished paying for security and startup costs, the
The University of Minnesota lost almost $16,000 last year on alcohol sales at football games, despite selling more than $900,000 worth of beer and wine. The school released the figures to The Associated Press after a records request. The university
A new study shows Americans are consuming alcohol in record numbers with the adult beverage industry reporting sales of nearly $200 billion last year. There are more people developing a taste for the hundreds of flavors among whisky, vodka, and beer.
Kentucky grocery stores are fighting a proposal in this year's state legislature that would block their longtime goal of selling wine and liquor alongside other groceries. Some stores are distributing flyers to customers, urging them to tell their
The Campus-Community Partnership on Dangerous Drinking may go as far as paying downtown bars to not serve alcohol on State Patty's Day on Feb. 23. Penn State's vice president for student affairs Damon Sims, who co-chairs the partnership with State
The chairman of an Indiana House committee says the panel won't vote on a bill that would end Indiana's longtime ban on Sunday retail alcohol sales. House Public Policy Chairman Bill Davis said Wednesday he's decided against conducting a committee
A statewide poll of Kentucky residents released today shows Kentuckians are strongly opposed to expanding the sale of alcohol products like vodka, whiskey and wine to retail outlets like truck stops, gas stations, dollar stores and grocery stores.