Land of the Free, Home of the Brave

September 21, 2012

On September 21, 1814, a young lawyer penned a poem describing what he witnessed during the Battle of Fort McHenry in the War of 1812. That young man was…

Soda In Vogue

September 20, 2012

Given recent developments in New York City, we here at Sip & Savor think it’s safe to say that our industry is not very popular in the eyes of Mayor…

A Moment of Silence

September 11, 2012

Eleven years ago today, America suffered the most destructive terrorist attack in its history. We here at Sip & Savor would like to take a moment to honor…

Artistic Recycling

September 7, 2012

We recently came across this artist’s innovative use of bottle caps to create a portrait of First Lady Michelle Obama, and thought we’d share it with…

Looking Back to the 1800s

August 24, 2012

With the Republican and Democratic National Conventions almost underway, there’s a lot of attention around the future inhabitants of the White House…

End of the Olympics, Not the End for the Olympic Spirit

August 13, 2012

Sunday marked the end of the 2012 London Olympics.  Over the past two weeks, there were historical displays of athleticism and talent from all countries…

Curiosity: The Mother of Innovation?

August 6, 2012

Last week, millions of people around the globe watched gymnasts land their routines in their fight for Olympic glory.  On Sunday at 10:32 p.m. PDT, the…

An Olympic Feat of Recycling

August 3, 2012

The much anticipated and hotly discussed large tangle of red steel inside London’s Olympic Park has caught the attention of critics and art lovers alike…

Advancing Women Leaders

July 18, 2012

Yahoo’s new CEO, Marissa Mayer, is one of the hottest search trends on Google this week. The 37 year-old self-proclaimed “geek” is the nation’s…

Kick the Superstition with a Treat

July 13, 2012

For some, Friday the 13th is viewed as unlucky, while for others it is just an ordinary day. Whether your “bad day” is connected to superstition, coincidence…