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The Vault @ Milroy's of Soho: Cocktail bar hidden behind a whisky shop bookcase on Greek Street - a great speakeasy-style date spot | Recommended by HYHOI.com | Have You Heard Of It? tried & tasted bar & restaurant recommendations

The Vault @ Milroy's of Soho: Cocktail bar hidden behind a whisky shop bookcase on Greek street Unusual and rare whisky at the shop to purchase by the bottle

Art Deco wedding invitations. These pretty black and gold 1920s wedding invitations would be perfect for a great Gatsby inspired wedding. Includes Invite, Save the Date, RSVP, Belly Band and Envelopes with matching inserts.

These pretty black and gold wedding invitations would be perfect for a great Gatsby inspired wedding. Includes Invite, Save the Date, RSVP, Belly Band and Envelopes with matching inserts.

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Fresh Ideas for Foyers and Entries

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I don’t have a date for this shot of the Venice Pier but it’s probably circa 1910s or 20s. On the right we can see the Ship Café, which opened in 1905 by Baron Long. It wasn’t an actual floating boat, just built to look like one—hey, this is Hollywood, after all. During Prohibition, it became a very popular speakeasy, and is where Alla Nazimova was first introduced to Rudolph Valentino. At the time, she dismissed him a “that gigolo” but later cast him in her production of “Camille.”

I don’t have a date for this shot of the Venice Pier but it’s probably circa 1910s or 20s. On the right we can see the Ship Café, which opened in 1905 by Baron Long. It wasn’t an actual floating boat, just built to look like one—hey, this is Hollywood, after all. During Prohibition, it became a very popular speakeasy, and is where Alla Nazimova was first introduced to Rudolph Valentino. At the time, she dismissed him a “that gigolo” but later cast him in her production of “Camille.”

I.W. HARPER 15 YEAR BOURBON I.W. Harper bourbon has been unavailable in the U.S. for over two decades, but the distillery has a history that dates back to the 1800s. It might be owned by Diageo now, but they got their start with Isaac Wolfe Bernheim and the Bernheim Distillery–one of the few distilleries that was allowed to keep producing bourbon during Prohibition for “medicinal purposes.” We can get on board with that.

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Anthony Peter Riela (August 22, 1896 – date of death unknown) was a former member of the Rockford crime family who became a capo in the Bonanno crime family‘s New Jersey faction. Riela was born in Terranova, Sicily. Upon his arrival in the United States he first resided in Illinois where he became a close associate of Antonio Musso, founder of the Rockford crime family, with whom he worked closely during Prohibition in the 1920s and remained connected with even after moving away from…

Anthony Peter Riela (August 22, 1896 – date of death unknown) was a former member of the Rockford crime family who became a capo in the Bonanno crime family‘s New Jersey faction. Riela was born in Terranova, Sicily. Upon his arrival in the United States he first resided in Illinois where he became a close associate of Antonio Musso, founder of the Rockford crime family, with whom he worked closely during Prohibition in the 1920s and remained connected with even after moving away from…

OUR HERITAGE EDWIN COE IS A CRAFT DISTILLERY IN NORTHEASTERN INDIANA. WE TAKE GREAT PRIDE IN PROVIDING THE BEST SPIRITS AVAILABLE. DISTILLING LOUISIANA SOUR MASH GOES BACK NEARLY 90 YEARS IN OUR FAMILY, DATING TO PROHIBITION. It all started with Joseph Edwin DuPuis, a Cajun who lived and distilled in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. His friends …

OUR HERITAGE EDWIN COE IS A CRAFT DISTILLERY IN NORTHEASTERN INDIANA. WE TAKE GREAT PRIDE IN PROVIDING THE BEST SPIRITS AVAILABLE. DISTILLING LOUISIANA SOUR MASH GOES BACK NEARLY 90 YEARS IN OUR FAMILY, DATING TO PROHIBITION. It all started with Joseph Edwin DuPuis, a Cajun who lived and distilled in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. His friends …

Blue Clues ... Part II of The Izetta Effect  A circa 1918 Washington Post article posited that "demoralization" could result from the, “wandering and aimless crowds filling the streets on Sundays, with no place to go and few amusement places open for them." Naturally, Izetta Jewel, her sister Hazel and mother came up with a plan to help. More about that in tomorrow's installment.  Of "Blue Laws"  Stephen Johnson Field, wrote in Hennington v. Georgia, 1893 "Its requirement is a cessation from…

Blue Clues ... Part II of The Izetta Effect A circa 1918 Washington Post article posited that "demoralization" could result from the, “wandering and aimless crowds filling the streets on Sundays, with no place to go and few amusement places open for them." Naturally, Izetta Jewel, her sister Hazel and mother came up with a plan to help. More about that in tomorrow's installment. Of "Blue Laws" Stephen Johnson Field, wrote in Hennington v. Georgia, 1893 "Its requirement is a cessation from…

Blue Clues ... Part II of The Izetta Effect  A circa 1918 Washington Post article posited that "demoralization" could result from the, “wandering and aimless crowds filling the streets on Sundays, with no place to go and few amusement places open for them." Naturally, Izetta Jewel, her sister Hazel and mother came up with a plan to help. More about that in tomorrow's installment.  Of "Blue Laws"  Stephen Johnson Field, wrote in Hennington v. Georgia, 1893 "Its requirement is a cessation from…

Blue Clues ... Part II of The Izetta Effect A circa 1918 Washington Post article posited that "demoralization" could result from the, “wandering and aimless crowds filling the streets on Sundays, with no place to go and few amusement places open for them." Naturally, Izetta Jewel, her sister Hazel and mother came up with a plan to help. More about that in tomorrow's installment. Of "Blue Laws" Stephen Johnson Field, wrote in Hennington v. Georgia, 1893 "Its requirement is a cessation from…

Grow Your Own: Understanding, Cultivating, and Enjoying Cannabis

Grow Your Own: Understanding, Cultivating, and Enjoying Cannabis

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