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  THE FLOWING BOWL - PUNCH   (BARTENDER Fall 2008)
  MOST REPUTABLE SPEAKEASY IN NEW YORK  (BARTENDER Spring 2008)
  HAIR OF THE DOG - BEST BLOODY MARY  (BARTENDER Fall 2007)
  HOW TO TREAT A LADY  (BARTENDER Summer 2007)
  HAPPY HOUR  (BARTENDER Spring 2007)
  VODKA: THE UNTOLD STORY -PART II  (BARTENDER Fall 2006)
  VODKA: THE UNTOLD STORY -PART I  (BARTENDER Summer 2006)
  THE BIRTH OF THE TEQUILA SUNRISE  (BARTENDER Spring 2006)

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