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German winemakers are seeing benefits from climate change, reports the New York Times. “As exceptional as 2018’s harvest looks, it’s also a sign of how much conditions have changed and are changing for the German wine industry. “We are the big winners from climate change,” said Dirk Würtz, a vintner and wine journalist. “I know it’s disgusting to say, but it’s the truth.””
Danielle Bauter share details about a Brazilian chapel made out of wine in Atlas Obscura. “The tiny chapel features an altar made with wine barrels, and the exterior is outlined with wine-red paint. But the very mortar holding the bricks of the church’s walls together is made of wine: a testament to the creativity of the local Italian immigrants when faced with a debilitating drought. Wine created a solid foundation for their building, and for their new home in the Vale dos Vinhedos.”
In Wine-Searcher, Janice Fuhrman explores how Argentina’s success with Malbec is reinvigorating the grape’s spiritual home, Cahors. “There is a new dynamism in Cahors…thanks to Argentina’s success, a smaller market among the French as they consume less wine than their parents, and a younger generation of winemakers and proprietors making their marks with modern methods.”
In Wine Enthusiast, Kara Newman looks at the rise of airport tasting rooms.
Tim Atkin celebrates the power of wine’s collective spirit. “Wine production, like a good rock band, is a team effort that begins with long hours of drudgery in the vineyard and ends with someone flogging a bottle to the end customer.”
In SevenFifty Daily, experts discuss the role of sugar in wine.
In Sprudge Wine, Naomi Tomsky offers a guide to where to drink natural wine in Montreal.
In Medium, Alyssa Giacobbe ponders the future of wine: no corks, no vintages, and maybe no grapes.
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The Comedy Nest is an inclusive comedy open mic with a focus on encouraging female and female-friendly comedians. Half of our open mic spots will be reserved for self-identifying women. The Comedy Nest isn’t only an open mic show, it is also a place where you will get to see up and coming comics working on their longer sets. The night closes out with a featured comic doing a longer set.
The Improvised Man is performed in the style of Ray Bradbury. Bradbury was a known for his “Twilight Zone-type” work in science fiction, dystopian fiction, horror, and his pulp fiction stories (Fahrenheit 451, The October Country, I Sing the Body Electric!, Something Wicked This Way Comes). Each show consists of three stories tied together by a single theme from YOU, the audience, but otherwise unrelated, all framed by a host.
Jobrani can currently be seen starring in the CBS sitcom “Superior Donuts”, opposite Jermaine Fowler, David Koechner, Katey Sagal and Judd Hirsch. Maz’s first original Netflix standup special “Immigrant” was filmed at the Kennedy Center and is currently available for streaming.