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Restaurateur Could Go to Jail for Ruining Cops’ Underage Beer Sting
Nebraska police say he compromised two 17-year-olds’ identities by tweeting their photos.
Choosy Teen Drinkers Choose Bud Light
They like getting wasted on the brand names, a study says.
Red Stripe Markets Raspberry Beer to Young Women
It’s not called “Hot Pink Stripe.”
Xfinity Live Parties a Little Too Hard; Serves Minors
Fans are leaving stinking drunk, and some aren’t even old enough to drink.
West Roxbury’s Corrib Boots Waitresses for Underage Boozing, Says They’re Sorry
Last month, a man emerged from the bar coated in blood.
NYPD Sued for Overblown ‘Sting Operations’ at Bars Serving to Minors
Talk to Los Feliz.
Blockley Busted For Bussing In Underage Drinkers
As many as 40 underage drinkers were caught in the bar last night.
Booze You Can Use
Attention, Underage Drinkers: Buy Your Beer in the Bronx
Pretty much any deli will sell booze to an underage kid.
Police and L&I Shut Down Grey Social
The Old City bar’s closing is connected to a raid by police and L&I over the weekend.
Mother and Daughter Sue Staten Island Bar for Underage Drinking Slipup
Does that seem fair?
PLCB’s Wine Kiosks Stoke the Ire of Liquor Store Employees
The union alleges that the state’s liquor control board is too closely connected to the liquor industry to fight underage drinking in a meaningful way, especially when its puts a wine dispensing machine on a college campus.
Tabloids Determined to Ruin It for Underage Drinkers
Plus, where the topless rooftop party at?
NIMBYs, Worrywarts, and Killjoys Crack Down on Trucks, Gardens, Underage
The busybodies are out in full force.
East Village Spots Close (and Openly Serve Minors)
The latest doings on the East Village nightlife circuit.
SLA Head Promises Stricter Enforcement, Elimination of Application Backlog
The SLA’s new chairman, Dennis Rosen, updated the New York State Assembly on his progress yesterday.
Pour One Out
The alcoholic energy drink is no longer.