A recently published study has found that intoxicated men are more likely to be described using terms such as “hammered” or wasted,” while women under the influence of a large quantity of alcohol are more commonly referred to as “tipsy” or “buzzed.”
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ A Guilford man has drawn prison time for a drunken boating accident that killed a childhood friend. The New Haven Register reports that Arthur King Hall was sentenced in New […]
By Dani Frank On the singular holiday of the year based in the celebrations of a saint, but ultimately celebrating painting the town green, Saint Patrick’s Day is beloved for its history of indulgence and […]
Blankets are comforting and a seat in front of the hearth is cozy, but for the chill of a Connecticut winter night, sometimes a little more heat is necessary to take the edge off. To get your internal body temperature going, a warm libation is just what you’re looking for. Paul Rich, an expert on all things intoxicating, has served more than a few warm mugs of alcohol-infused delicacies in his 16 plus years as a bartender, manager and bar owner, and he is generous enough with his knowledge to keep you thirsty readers sated.
A former Killingly teacher and cheerleading coach who is accused of hosting an underage drinking party at her home has applied for a special form of probation that could clear her criminal record.