Dateline: Kate Shea Kennon
A freelance culture and tastes writer, look for me in the last row mezzanine, obsessing on good theatre, television, and mixology, always looking for mad skills on stage and behind the stick. Contributor to Westchester Magazine, Gannett newspapers, Curtain Up, Theater Inform, shaking cocktails after deadline.
"You're special and you're going to get us out of here. All of us."
"Imagine how different my life would be if that alarm had gone off."
I'm sorry. I'm not that man anymore. Okay. Maybe I am.
Sake is good for the skin — and other joys of Japanese cocktails.
What if the skeletons are us?
The Man in Black: knocking the island off the scale.
Prends soins de toi: A toast to Mardi Gras!
Northern Ireland in the 1970s: On the road to nowhere.
"A gift from the heavens for scotch lovers" has been kept on ice for over one hundred years.
Previously on the Speakeasy: "Fate has thrown us together like two drinks at the airport bar."