Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/31/22

Open Hand Atlanta encourages the community to dine-in and give back for Dining Out For Life, April 27

 Annual fundraising event Dining Out For Life returns April 27 to support Open Hand Atlanta. Atlantans are encouraged to dine-in at one of the more than 50 participating restaurants or enjoy take-out, curbside pick-up or delivery.

Since 1993, Atlanta-area restaurants have joined together in raising over $3 million in support of Open Hand’s mission to provide community members with healthy meals and nutrition education. Every year, thousands of supporters have dined out for breakfast, lunch and dinner with the knowledge that participating restaurants would donate a portion of their bill to help Open Hand provide nearly 5,000 nutritious meals daily and support their neighbors battling chronic disease and disability to live healthier, more independent lives.

With recent hardships that continue to affect Atlanta’s food service industry, Dining Out For Life’s generous partner restaurants may not be able to give 25% as in years past, but they are committed to giving what they can to support the cause. With this in mind, restaurant-goers are encouraged to consider making a donation of their own on the restaurants’ behalf. This year’s restaurants include Atlanta favorites such as Guac y Margy’s, The General Muir, Local Three, Max Lager’s, Agave and more. A full list of participating restaurant partners can be found here.

This year, Subaru— a longtime supporter and presenting sponsor of Dining Out For Life— and the national Dining Out For Life leadership has selected Atlanta as a spotlight city. National Dining Out For Life spokesperson Mondo Guerra from Project Runway will be in town to promote the local program and spread awareness about the importance of volunteerism.

Ways to Support Open Hand:

For more information on Dining Out For Life and Open Hand, as well as to stay up-to-date on events and volunteer opportunities, please visit www.diningoutforoh.org and www.openhandatlanta.org or connect via FacebookTwitter and Instagram.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/29/22

John A. White Golf Course

Saturday, April 23rd from 11 am to 3 pm

Seltzerland is a one-of-a-kind immersive experience as you spend the afternoon tasting 100+ unique hard seltzers. Indulge in mouthwatering munchies, tons of Seltzer swag, and you better plan on busting out the gram for an epic photoshoot.

Tickets are sold in 10-minute increments starting at 11:00am and ending at 4:00pm. Ticket prices range from $35-$55. Here’s the ticket link.


  • You’ll sign-up for a time slot with your seltzer squad and walk in a one-way path to each hole along the greens.
  • The time slot you select is your arrival time. It takes between 2 and 2 1/2 hours to complete the tasting trail. No one will be admitted past the last check-in time (4:00pm).
  • The fairways will be lined with your favorite hard seltzer brands for you to sample and explore.
  • It’ll be a party with plenty of music, photo ops and games throughout the course.


GA (12:30pm – 4:00pm)

  • 100+ hard seltzer tasting across the course
  • Photo ops, games, and activities
  • Food for purchase on-site

VIP (11:00am – 12:20pm)

  • 100+ hard seltzer tasting across the course
  • Premier time slots w/ less attendees
  • A full can of seltzer
  • Specialty cocktail
  • A commemorative iridescent Seltzerland tasting cup
  • 10% off merch
  • Photo ops, games, and activities

A portion of proceeds from all Seltzerland events are donated to Forage Forward, a national organization dedicated to supporting local and national non-profit organizations, with a specific focus on social justice, food banks, food sustainability and food education.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/29/22

Saturday, April 30

11:30 pm and 2pm sessions

Atlantic Station

The Atlanta Grilled Cheese Festival is coming BACK in 2022 for our cheesiest fest yet on Saturday, April 30th! Join us to celebrate #NationalGrilledCheeseDay a little late this year with restaurants from all over Atlanta serving up bites of melty, cheesy goodness for your tasting pleasure.

Try a few or try them all and cast your vote for Best Grilled Cheese in Atlanta!

General Admission Tickets include admission to the festival, your first (3) grilled cheese samples, event koozie plus live music, and access to our Game Zone and Bloody Mary Garden. Tickets are $35.

SOLD OUT! Cheese Lover’s Tickets include admission to the festival, your first (6) grilled cheese samples, event koozie, souvenir sunglasses and (2) beer/wines, plus live music, and access to our Adult Game Zone and Bloody Mary Garden


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/28/22

Explore Endless of Vacation Destinations Open for Travel Now,  Meet With Travel Experts to Plan Your Next Trip, and More
Guest Speakers to Include Patricia Schultz, Peter Greenberg and More
The nationally acclaimed Travel & Adventure Show is returning to Atlanta this Spring and its original location, Cobb Galleria Centre, on Saturday, April 23, and Sunday, April 24, 2022. Attendees will have an opportunity to discover over 200+ vacation options open for travel now, plus meet with the destination experts who are on-hand to answer questions, customize itineraries, and give you updated destination-specific information. They will also attend dozens of educational seminars with renowned experts designed to provide the audience with real-time travel advice on maximizing their travel experience.
Featuring two theaters, including the Savvy Traveler and Destination Theater, guests will have the opportunity to interact with travel celebrities, including New York Times’ Best Selling Author Patricia Schultz, Emmy award-winning investigative reporter Peter Greenberg and more.  
Advance sale tickets are available starting at $11 for a one-day pass and $18 for a two-day pass. Children ages 16 and under can attend free. In addition, active men and women in the U.S. armed forces are invited to present a military identification prior to the event or at Will Call for free admission for up to four members of their family. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit travelshows.com/shows/atlanta/.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/28/22


Events include Atlanta’s Green Market Fair, Georgia Forestry Foundation Exhibitions, SustainAble Home Goods’ “Sustainable Switches” Free99Fridge Donation Drive & More

 In the spirit of Earth Day on April 22, Ponce City Market is hosting a series of green initiatives and events with an environmentally-conscious focus during this year’s Earth Week, in addition to its ongoing green initiatives throughout the year. The lineup includes:

  • Atlanta’s Green Market Fair (Sat., Apr. 23, 9am-6pm) – Atlanta Green Market Fair will host over 40 local “green” businesses in a pop-up style market at Ponce City Market to celebrate Earth Week! Complete with live music and a full day’s schedule of educational environmental programming, including speakers, panels, workshops and more, the one-day event will double as a fundraiser for local environmental non-profits and feature early-stage environmental entrepreneurs, sustainability-focused academic programs and green jobs. Activities will kick off on Saturday, April 23 at 9am with Yoga on The Yard. Following, the market will be open from 10am-6pm.

“Everything needed to actually solve the environmental problem already exists,” says Atlanta Green Market’s lead organizer Tyler Thompson. “Those who are able just have to start adopting better alternatives to polluting goods and services. It goes far beyond the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra; it’s about leveraging consumer power to advance market-based solutions to environmental decline. The Atlanta Green Market Fair is a start on how to do that. Come and discover a better way of packaging, building furniture, managing waste, consuming electricity, commuting, eating and so much more.”

Following Earth Day weekend, Atlanta Green Market will host ongoing, weekly pop-up markets around Atlanta featuring many of the same brands slated to attend the fair, including:

Atlanta Green Market is a subsidiary of The Environmental Solutions Store (TESS) based in Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 2021, TESS aspires to become a trusted consumer marketplace for non-polluting/low-polluting alternatives to polluting goods and services. Atlanta Green Market Fair is a volunteer-led event sponsored by Greencom and inspired by the writings of TESS co-founder and long-time ecology and business writer, John Thompson – author of The Environmental Entrepreneur: Where to find the profit in saving the Earth (1992). John’s 30-plus years of research, ponderings and writings inform the science-based labeling methodology used to define what “green-business” really means.

  • Georgia Forestry Foundation Exhibitions (Sat., Apr. 23, 10am-6pm) – Georgia Forestry Foundation will be celebrating Earth Day at Ponce City Market by bringing awareness to the benefits our state’s forests provide to clean air, clean water, wildlife habitat and sustainable products. Stationed in the third floor trestle, the breezeway connecting Ponce City Market to the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, they will showcase exhibits from partners at Chattahoochee Nature Center, Georgia Audubon, Georgia Conservancy, Georgia Forestry Commission, Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Virtual Reality Lab, Trees Atlanta, Trust for Public Land and Georgia Tech’s Digital Building Lab. Plus, visitors will be able to experience forests through virtual reality Oculus Go headsets, interact with live animals from Chattahoochee Nature Center, hang out with Smokey Bear, enjoy music and family-friendly activities, and learn about eco-friendly product alternatives made possible through sustainable forestry.

  • SustainAble Home Goods’ “Sustainable Switches” Free99Fridge Donation Drive (Fri., Apr. 22 – Sun., Apr. 24) – Throughout Earth Day Weekend, SustainAble Home Goods is hosting a “Sustainable Switches” event, where customers can bring items to donate to Free99Fridge – an Atlanta-based grassroots organization committed to fighting for food justice and addressing the needs of our neighbors through mutual aid – and get 10% off their purchase. They will be collecting non-perishable pantry items, pet food, personal hygiene products, personal protective equipment like gloves and masks, individually wrapped plastic utensils, sandwich bags, meal prep containers and baby food, formula and diapers. All items should be sealed, pre-packaged and ready to be donated.

  • Ponce City Farmers Market 2022 (Wednesdays, 4-8pm) – Ponce City Farmers Market opens for the season on Wednesday, March 30 and offers locally grown and made produce and goods! Farmers use organic practices (some going even beyond organic) to help steward the earth while producing some of the freshest and most nutritious food available in Georgia. Now located in the third floor trestle, the market is open seasonally, late March through October, on Wednesdays from 4-8pm. Each week, it will feature produce and goods from urban farmers and artisanal food makers as well as chef demos, live music, unique crafts for purchase, like candles and jewelry, and more. Plus, it will offer monthly yoga sessions by Stephanie Germann. The market will offer a number of Earth Week happenings at their April 20 market.

  • Madewell’s Pre-Loved Jeans Program (Ongoing) – Madewell practices circularity year-round by allowing customers to turn in any brand of “pre-loved,” old denim to receive $20 off a new pair. If a certain quality standard is met, pre-loved Madewell denim will be sold online through their resale platform, Madewell Forever. Other branded denim is sold on thredUP.com and if the product is unsellable, it is sent to Cotton’s Blue Jeans Go Green™ program to be recycled into insulation.

  • Marine Layer’s Re-Spun Program (Ongoing) – Marine Layer’s Re-Spun Program helps to keep textiles out of landfills one tee at a time. All year long, this program encourages customers to donate tees, which are then turned into new products, and this month is the perfect time to celebrate this! Customers receive a $5 store credit per tee, up to $25 off per person. Read more about Marine Layer’s sustainability efforts here.

  • Allbirds – Allbirds, a certified B Corp and Public Benefit Corporation that believes in making shoes and apparel in a better way, opened a new retail store and community center at Ponce City Market in October 2021. The brand is on a mission to prove that comfort, design and sustainability aren’t mutually exclusive by making premium footwear and apparel from renewable materials, designed for everyday life. It is the brand’s first store in the Atlanta area and 30th globally, with locations across North America, Asia and Europe.

  • Mangata at Citizen Supply – Framed by a design language that sounds in femininity, minimalism and global design, Mangata is an ethically-crafted home decor brand founded by Francie Lowman in the spring of 2020. After spending a few years in the furniture industry and having a strong desire to center design around sustainability, Francie founded Mangata as a way to create a more eco-friendly home. Mangata offers a range of homegoods such as furniture, light fixtures, ceramics, pillows, curtains and more at Citizen Supply, and all products are locally and thoughtfully created using eco-friendly materials, sustainable methods and fair traded products such as organic cotton, natural vegetable dyes and sustainably harvested wood.

  • Emblazoned at Citizen Supply – Emblazoned has been making statements and artwear in Atlanta since 2019 with their unique collections of handmade, reclaimed and ethical accessories, including earrings, necklaces, rings and more. Inspired by travel, Emblazoned produces small-batch designs made from sustainable and ethical materials sourced from artisans in nine different countries. Owner, Designer and Atlanta local Em Clarke Arnold set out to celebrate global artistry and tradition by investing in fair trade partners and forging connections across the globe. All of Em’s designs seek to honor the tradition of handmade techniques. Emblazoned aims to bring exposure to the rich history of communities through materials like recycled glass from Ghana, repurposed bone from India and Tagua seed from Guatemala. Visitors can shop Emblazoned’s beautiful designs at Citizen Supply at Ponce City Market or online here.

  • Dragon Denim at Citizen Supply – Born out of a love for thrifting, Dragon Denim sells custom jean jackets, hoodies and t-shirts made with up-cycled and reworked materials. Sparked by painting an old jacket in 2018 and selling it on Instagram, Owner and Designer Rayna Parks’ unique pieces quickly grew into a one-of-a-kind brand. Parks’ most popular items, lace denim jackets, are created by reworking parts of the jackets with lace pieces embroidered with delicate designs, including flowers, stars, butterflies, snakes and of course, dragons, setting a classic grunge tone. Dragon Denim’s intricate pieces can be purchased here or at Citizen Supply in Ponce City Market.

Designed with sustainability in mind, Ponce City Market is committed to employing green practices throughout the property and has been awarded numerous accolades such as LEED Gold Certification, the Urban Land Institute’s Global Award for Excellence, BOMA International TOBY Award, PEDS’ Golden Shoe Award and ULI Atlanta’s Project of the Year, among others. With a focus on building community connections, Ponce City Market incorporates a pedestrian network, public green spaces and access to the Atlanta BeltLine corridor—all within the revitalized historic property. Ponce City Market also encourages the use of alternative methods of transportation for residents, office and retail employees, local neighbors and guests, providing hundreds of bike parking spaces to visitors traveling to the market using Atlanta’s BeltLine trail, which runs adjacent to the building. A complimentary shuttle bus to and from MARTA is also available for office and retail employees and FLATS residents. Additionally, the property partners with ride-share services such as Uber and Lyft to offer convenient, designated pick-up and drop-off locations on-site, as well as Zipcar car-share vehicles.

In 2020, Jamestown made a formal commitment to achieve net zero operational carbon emissions portfolio-wide by 2050 and adopted all 17 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Additionally, Jamestown has committed to the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), pledging to reduce its Scope 1 (property-generated) and Scope 2 (landlord-generated) greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030, from a 2018 base-year, and to measure and reduce its Scope 3 (third party-generated) emissions.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/20/22

Saturday, April 30 


Next month, the City of Atlanta is hosting the first Ale Trail Brewery Tour in Atlanta’s Upper Westside neighborhood, and Second Self is on the route! The event will start at The Works (1295 Chattahoochee Ave NW), and each ticket includes transportation between all the participating breweries on the Atlanta Beer Bus, an Ale Trail Passport Book to get stamped at each brewery, one sample-size beer at each brewery and a 2022 Ale Trail commemorative pin. Other participating breweries include Atlanta Brewing, Bold Monk, Dr. Scofflaw’s, Fire Maker, Monday Night, Round Trip, Steady Hand and Urban Tree. 


Early bird tickets are available here for $45 for the first 65 people and include a custom Upper Westside Ale Trail glass. Regular tickets are $50, and custom glasses can be purchased for $10 each and picked up at check-in. This year’s tour is in support of the Upper Westside Community Improvement District, a local organization focused on investing in Atlanta’s Upper Westside’s transportation network, connectivity, safety and experience.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/19/22


Tickets Available Now at SweetWater420Fest.com

SweetWater Brewing Company, LLC (“SweetWater”) and Happy Ending Productions Present the return of SweetWater 420 Fest from April 29 through May 1 in Atlanta, Georgia.

The festival announced its entire lineup, including headliners OysterheadTrey Anastasio Band (2 sets), and The String Cheese Incident (2 sets).

Additional artists include Umphrey’s McGee (2 sets), Snoop Dogg, Joe Russos Almost Dead (2 sets), Goose, Dirty Heads, Snarky Puppy, JJ Grey & Mofro, Lotus, Turkuaz with Jerry Harrison and Adrian Belew: Remain in Light, Spafford, Big Something, Too Many Zooz, The Movement, Doom Flamingo + Queen is Doomed (2 sets), Badfish, Boombox Feat. Backbeat Brass, Town Mountain, The Nth Power Feat. Jennifer Hartswick, Tropidelic, Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, Karina Rykman, Kitchen Dwellers, Neighbor, DENM, Little Stranger, Kanika Moore & The Psycodelics, Hedonistas, Butcher Brown, Sexbruise?, Certainly So, Joslyn & The Sweet Compression, KrisBs Midnight Railroad, Bird Dog Jubilee, The 4 Korners, The Stews, Pressing Strings, The Broadcast, and the Taylor Scott Band.

NEW in 2022, SweetWater 420 Fest is thrilled to announce the first kickoff pre-party concert on Thursday, April 28 at noon in Centennial Olympic Park, featuring two sets from headliner The String Cheese Incident supported by moe., Oteil & Friends, and Empire Strikes Brass.

Founded 18 years ago, SweetWater 420 Fest continues to deliver an eclectic musical lineup, singular in its ability to bring some of the most prominent jam band names in the industry alongside cutting-edge acts and some of the most revered artists on our playlists.

Returning experiences include three stages, heady concoctions ​​from SweetWater Brewery featuring handcrafted signature drinks, cocktails, and craft beers, served throughout the festival, and memorable band collabs and panels at the festival favorite ‘SweetWater Experience Tent.’

Additional features include a local craft & artist market, an expanded food court with a variety of food trucks, the Planet 420 eco-village, an ongoing collaboration to help educate and raise awareness to our festival-goers on how to become more eco-friendly, our non-profit village, and the newly added Thursday pre-party concert in the park with general admission (GA) and VIP upgraded experiences for purchase.

Furthermore, this year’s festival will include the renowned 420 Fest 5K on April 30, a USATF Certified race, and Peachtree Road Race Qualifier, which concludes with everyone’s favorite beer at the finish line. 5K race & festival ticket packages available. Participants can register at sweetwater420fest.com/420-fest-5k.

“We are more than excited to celebrate not only the return of live music but the return of SweetWater 420 Fest and our festival community to Centennial Olympic Park in 2022! Furthermore, to add to the excitement, and for the first time in our festival history, we are announcing our full festival lineup in October with tickets on-sale on the 8th!” says President of Happy Ending Productions, Jennifer Bensch. “Plus! We added an extra day of music on Thursday with a kick-off pre-party in the park!”

Tickets are on sale now and selling quickly! Get’em while supplies last, and don’t wait to purchase! Tickets include a range of admission options, including three-day general admission tickets, three-day VIP Tickets, upgraded ticketing options, and an add-on ticket for our new pre-party in the park kickoff concert.

Purchase your 2022 Tickets here.



Trey Anastasio Band (2 sets)

The String Cheese Incident (2 sets)

Umphrey’s McGee (2 sets)

Snoop Dogg

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead (2 sets)

Goose, Dirty Heads

Snarky Puppy

JJ Grey & Mofro


Turkuaz with Jerry Harrison and Adrian Belew: Remain in Light


Big Something

Too Many Zooz

The Movement

Doom Flamingo + Queen is Doomed (2 sets)


Boombox Feat. Backbeat Brass

Town Mountain

The Nth Power Feat. Jennifer Hartswick


Brandon “Taz” Niederauer

Karina Rykman

Kitchen Dwellers



Little Stranger

Kanika Moore & The Psycodelics


Butcher Brown


Certainly So

Joslyn & The Sweet Compression

KrisB’s Midnight Railroad

Bird Dog Jubilee

The 4 Korners

The Stews

Pressing Strings

The Broadcast

Taylor Scott Band.

To purchase tickets or for more information, including lineups, event news, and the latest updates, go to sweetwater420fest.com and facebook.com/420fest and follow Instagram and Twitter at @420Fest.

The SweetWater 420 Festival is produced by Happy Ending Productions, offering promotion, production, event operations, and logistics management. Happy Ending Productions’ client list includes Festivals: Camp Bisco, Counterpoint, Bonnaroo, Hookahville, along with tour support services for Phish, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, and more.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/19/22

Deadmau5, Marshmello, Kaskade, RL Grime, Deorro, Dillon Francis, Ganja White Night, Zomboy, Steve Aoki, and More to Head to the Golf Coast this Spring
Tickets Go On Sale Wednesday, January, 26th at 12 p.m. EST


 Filling a void in the Gulf Coast, organizers of the inaugural Thunder Beats Music Festival have announced that the biggest EDM festival in the region will be taking place April 22-24, at Pensacola Interstate Fair Grounds in Florida. Presented by Thunder Ranch Entertainment Holdings, the lineup for the festival contains a veritable who’s who in the industry, including Marshmello; Kaskade; Deadmau5; Adventure Club; Dillon Francis; Ganja White Night; RL Grime; Zomboy; Baauer; Bonnie x Clyde; Cheat Codes; Deorro; Dr. Fresch; Habstrakt; Joyryde; Leah Culver, and special guest, Steve Aoki. 
Regional talent also announced includes Autokorekt b2b Weird Waifu; Airglo; Bobby Duque; Celo; Dannytime; Dirtysnatcha b2b Rico Act; Diskull; Drinkurwater; Eddie Gold; Freaky Kendoll; Kleøpatras; Mantis; Otica; Sam Wolfe; Silentknight; Teminite; Azella; Btwubz; Charlie B; Chozen; Deer Wolf; Diced-Up; Doc Roc; Drone; Grisly; Hydcvt; JD Farrell; Kvbm; Kaventg; Loaded Gunn; Neon Tiger; Noxious; Onnoitsdopug; Rest In Pieces; Reydex; Rippa; Rudashi; Saylindz; Unicorn Fukr; Wermzer, and Yokai. A second phase of the lineup will be announced in the coming weeks.
Thunder Beats will host over 100 artists across three stages throughout the weekend. There will also be a limited ticketed pre-party on Thursday, April 21, and nightly onsite afterparties, limited to 3500 attendees.
Three-Day General Admission weekend passes for Thunder Beats Music Festival go on sale Wednesday, January 26, at 12 p.m. EST starting at $300, plus fees. Three-Day VIP weekend passes will be available starting at $400, plus fees, and includes VIP access to the festival, VIP Entry, VIP-only restrooms, VIP viewing areas, VIP bar,s exclusive merch, VIP concierge, VIP lounge, snack sessions on top of all GA areas of the festival. Parking is complimentary for all VIP attendees and includes separate VIP parking lots with a special entrance to the festival grounds. Single-day passes, group packages, pre-party, afterparties, add-ons, and more options are available online at www.thunderbeatsmusicfestival.com. Thunder Beats Music Festival is an all-ages event on Friday and 18+ on Saturday and Sunday.
Thunder Beats Music Festival is produced by Thunder Ranch Entertainment Holdings. Visit www.thunderbeatsmusicfestival.com for the most up-to-date information.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/17/22

Atlanta Spring Wine Festival
Historic 4th Ward Park
Saturday, April 9, 2022, 1-5pm

Being held on Saturday, April 9 at Historic 4th Ward Park, Atlanta Spring Wine Festival has 50+ Wines, beer, Live Music, DJ Qtip, and more activations! Tickets include entry, entertainment, souvenir acrylic wine glass, and unlimited alcohol tastings.  Tickets are $45 Advance, $50 after March 31, $60 day of event.

21 and up event, no kids, no babies, no pets. Rain or shine event, no refunds. No outside food or beverage. Do not drink and drive, take Uber/Lyft or walk. Alcohol will cut off at 4:45pm. We reserve the right to cut off anyone at any time.


Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 3/7/22

Guests Will Gather to Toast New Flavors the First Tuesday of Every Month

Cattle Shed Wine & Steak Bar, the upscale Alpharetta eatery from Big Table Restaurants offering chef-driven, seasonal dishes, will host a monthly wine dinner starting April 5.

“Our general manager and sommelier Chris Reid will carefully pick each month’s wine offerings to offer our guests a unique experience,” says Sean Yeremyan, Big Table Restaurants owner. “Executive Chef Olivia Hurst has planned a perfectly paired menu of five courses – including salmon carpaccio, mascarpone ravioli, and a cowboy-cut ribeye – highlighting the season’s best ingredients.”

Cattle Shed’s wine dinners will take place on the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. and will include intriguing wine education throughout the evening.

The cost is $125 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Space is limited; guests can reserve a spot by calling 770-559-8749. Visit www.cattleshedwinebar.com for additional information.