Hullabaloo’s Brett Hart and the Dimebag Darrell

Take Pinterest inspired recipes, a few words of advice from friends, and some stimulation from Instagram filters. Mix it all together and what do you get? An attempt at a “new” cocktail. However, there exists far and few that can create a cocktail unique that has never been completed before, despite various ingredients readily available at our greedy fingertips. Take, for instance, Brett Hart. Hart is the head mixologist at West Palm’s Hullabaloo and has worked at the gastropub for a little more than a year. The “Mad Scientist,” according to his business card, takes full advantage of the creative freedom and room to experiment that Hullabaloo grants.

The rest of this article was published online in the Atlantic Current and can be found here:

http://theatlanticcurrent.com/hullabaloo-brett-hart/

Mississippi Sweets

Making its finger lickin’ inception in Boca in 1991, Mississippi Sweets opened its doors to BBQ lovers all over town. What patrons received was delicious food at an affordable price, somewhat of a rarity nowadays in modern Boca. But if you’re craving BBQ and can’t make the drive to the Rat’s Mouth (Boca Raton), there are two additional locations. The location in Wellington has been there for 10 years while another the newest is located in Deerfield Beach, one block north of Hillsborough Blvd on A1A.

The rest of this article was published online in the Broward New Times and can be found here:

http://theatlanticcurrent.com/mississippi-sweets/

Eduardo Mendieta

When looking at graphic designer and artist Eduardo Mendieta’s work, you may be struck with awe. As cliché as that could sound for an artist, it resonates true in this particular situation. Characteristics drawn on his human subjects are extremely detailed, with emotion gleaming in their eyes and expressions that convey multiple moods at once. His art is so lifelike, you expect the subjects to walk right out of the canvas. His shading is so in depth, it appears as if you’re wearing 3D glasses. But alas, you’re not wearing any glasses and no one is walking out of the painting. It’s just Mendieta’s talent.

The rest of this article was published online in the Atlantic Current and can be found here:

http://theatlanticcurrent.com/eduardo-mendieta/