Mike Ginn

Husband, father, craft bartender, writer and content creator.

The Interview: Tessa Blanchard (@Tess_Blanchard)

For every Trish Stratus, there are many more males superstars like Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan. When it comes to second and third generation wrestlers, the gender gap is even larger. There are many more Randy Orton and Roman Reigns than Natalya and Charlotte’s. But that gap is closing and with the rise Read the full article…

Classic Cocktails Every Bartender Should Know: Negroni

The Negroni is an Italian classic. Invented in 1919 in Florence Italy by Count Camillo Negroni, the gin based apéritif has long since been many bartender’s favorite drink to make. The story goes that Count Negroni asked his favorite bartender, a gentleman named Fosco Scarselli, to make his favorite drink the Americano a little stronger. Read the full article…

A Crack in the Shield

Do you feel that? No, that is not an earthquake in the traditional sense but the proverbial nature of the shaking is rocking the NFL and it’s owners to it’s core. Maybe this Christmas the National Football League and it’s commissioner Roger Goodell can send Ray Rice a thank you note full of coal, because Read the full article…

The Interview: Roxane Hayward (@RoxaneHayward)

Roxane Hayward has accomplished quite a bit in her 23 years on this planet and is just scratching the surface. From television to movies, this young South African beauty already has a feature film to her credit and is knocking hard on Hollywood’s doors. From stage to camera and even the soundbooth, Roxane Hayward is Read the full article…

From the Vault: Gangs of New York (2002)

As the films says… “America was born in the streets.” Martin Scorsese’s epic 2002 film adaptation of Herbert Asbury’s 1928 book “Gangs of New York” was set in the Five Points district of Manhattan, where poverty and newly arrived immigrants tried to make their way and achieve the American dream. Where gangs ran the city Read the full article…

The Tasting Room: Corzo Tequila (@OfficialCorzo)

Hailing from highlands of Jalisco, Mexico and named after the high battleground town of Chiapa de Corzo, Chiapas. Corzo has a tropical flavor to it that is a combination of the distilling process and the earth that it comes from in the highlands of Mexico. The tequila is made with only 100% Blue Weber Agave. Corzo Read the full article…