The 1920s weren’t good times for people who loved to drink and be merry. They were trying times, what with the 18th Amendment to the United States Constitution, banning the manufacture, transportation, and sale of intoxicating liquor. We say trying because the U.S. federal and local governments had trouble actually enforcing the law and because people were generally up in arms against it. Relive those “trying times” this weekend by visiting ABV Cocktail & Absinthe Bar for their Prohibition Era Party, happening on October 28 at 10 pm. Step back into the age of Prohibition! Come in your best 1920s-inspired outfit and enjoy a welcome punch on the house! Be flapper […]
There is no guarantee that the idea of battling against the glorified regime of the late President Marcos would still be alive after a few years or even decades, but it is certain that there will be a glimpse of hope from the generations that saw the genuine effort of the people who have fought against the dictator.