Night Market is slated to open by the end of Ferrone previously served as vice president, eastern region for the wine and spirits importer. Tubis formerly served as the director of sales for the Brooklyn-based producer of organic frozen cocktail mix. The recently-formed partnership will provide consulting to wineries, importers, distributors, and regions, with an emphasis on brand positioning and oenotourism.
Rahl, formerly of the Four Seasons, has created a list of signature cocktails for the bar, located inside the Fareground food hall. Beer and wine will also be available when Ellis opens June He will offer an extensive gin and tonic menu, along with a selection of Spanish wines, when MAD opens June The brothers are collaborating on the project: John Graves owns a pair of vineyards in California, and the venture would largely showcase his efforts, along with other hard-to-find bottlings.
The Tasting Room is set for a summer opening. Newton, who also owns the cocktail bar Twelve Mile Limit, worked with bar manager Luis Zepeda on a program featuring wines from cans, boxes, kegs, or corkless bottles in an attempt to minimize waste. The Domino is now open. Ornstein oversaw sales strategy for a range of brands for the beer behemoth, including spiked seltzer and energy drinks. The Saint Louis-based company has not yet announced a replacement. Marold has been with the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay producer for four years; she previously served as head of its direct-to-consumer and marketing programs.
Kinkade, formerly the assistant winemaker at Lewis Cellars, will work with winemaker Steve Ledson on the more than 70 wines that Ledson Winery produces each year. Antinao, formerly of Bakai Wine Bar, will focus on a mix of local Monterey County wines as well as offerings from Spain, Portugal, Chile, and Argentina, along with a selection of craft beer and cider.
Blackened is made in partnership with rock band Metallica. Rouse, the chief executive officer of Braxton Brewing Co. Braxton Barrel House is set to open fall Kennedy, founder of Component wine company in Napa, and formerly the head sommelier for acclaimed chef Eric Ripert, will be focusing on wine distribution in the new venture, including the soon-to-be-released wines from Gagnon-Kennedy Vineyards, made in collaboration with winemaker Marc Gagnon.
Estrin joins the acclaimed producer of Willamette Valley Pinot Noir after serving at associate winemaker at Littorai Wines. He will work with winemaker Steve Doerner on all aspects of viticulture and wine production. The trio are collaborating on the newly-opened tiki bar, which features a wide range of riffs on classic tiki drinks, along with draft cocktails.
Lewis, formerly the sales manager for Adventures in Wine, will oversee staff training and public-facing education for the sparkling wine producer. Turner will focus on Greek and Mediterranean wines and spirits at the upcoming restaurant, set for a June 17 opening. The cousins will focus on Irish spirits like single malt whiskey, liqueuers, and gin as well as vodka and bourbon at a space adjacent to the existing Surly Brewery. The Martinez is now open. The couple, owners of fellow Seattle bars Rob Roy and No Anchor, will focus on natural wines selected by sommelier Bryn Hagman, with a wide selection of wines by the glass and affordably-priced bottles, along with a selection of cocktails.
The duo will team up with Ping Ho, owner of the Royce and Marrow, on the wine program for their new venture, a small wine bar also offering beer, sake, and cider, which will also feature a menu heavy on appetizers. Mink is schedule to open September Ibarra, currently of Celeste, will focus on spirits and cocktails from Latin America at her upcoming bar, which will also feature a menu based on street food from Mexico City.
Ibarra is hoping for a late summer opening for Barra. Gaston, formerly of Clive Common and Pepe Le Moko, will focus on natural and sustainable wines at her wine bar, which will also feature small bites and craft cocktails. Bar Diane is scheduled to open August Rosenstiel, formerly director of marketing at Round Pond Estate, will assume the newly-created position to oversee all marketing, branding, public relations, and social media efforts on behalf of the family-owned winery. Monti and Waller, former school teachers turned home brewers, will feature 20 rotating taps as well as a home brew shop at their new taproom, slated to open May Kaplan, formerly of Sake Bar Decibel in New York, partnered with chef Charles Namba to focus on sake at the new bar and restaurant, which features a wide range of sake available by the glass and bottle.
Ototo is now open. Gabbett has been with the brewery for a decade, most recently serving as head of the barrel, brewing, and cellar program. Pollock launched the distillery with her brother and parents, and the new tasting room will offer a full bar along with space for classes and other events.
It opens May The duo replaces outgoing vice president of national sales Bridget Lasda. Rigler, formerly the retail director for the wine and spirits wholesaler, is replacing retiring president Jim Howard in overseeing operations in Indiana. Demarville, currently the cellar master at Veuve Clicquot, will take over from the retiring Michel Fauconnet at the Champagne house at the end of No replacement for Demarville has been announced.
Ferraro, formerly of Fazeli Cellars, will work with the Bien Nacido Estate and Miller Family Wines to both market and sell the wines, with a particular focus on the direct-to-consumer market. Both Oyster Oyster and Estadio Charleston are slated for summer openings. Devine, previously with Covert and Fantesca, will oversee those departments at the acre property founded in The bar and music venue will feature a range of craft cocktails, along with a selection of draft beers and wines. Bartender Leo Gutierrez will run the bar program.
Valencia Room opens May McCartney oversees the wine program for the combination restaurant and retail shop, which also includes space for wine classes and cooking demonstrations. Lead bartender Derek Hoch is overseeing the cocktail program. The duo will open the wine and amaro bar in the historic Ingraham Building in downtown Miami in fall The Cabinet is now open. Friedman, also the president of Philly Wine Week, will oversee the category for the restaurant company. Her newest project is the upcoming charcuterie bar and pizza restaurant Alimentari, set to open in June Harris, formerly the head bartender at Gramercy Tavern, has focused on tropically-inspired cocktails that take cues from s-era drinking culture at the new Manhattan bar, which is now open.
Bei Lounge is now open. Pearce, currently the head bartender at Aba, will look to create new takes on classic cocktails while also emphasizing waste reduction. Her husband, Jonathan Meyer, will serve as head chef when the restaurant opens this summer. Kobrew is set to open June The new facility, set to open on May 25, will allow the brewery to produce up to four times as much beer as their initial facility, which opened in In addition to a core roster of four beers, the new tap room will feature guest beers and a selection of cocktails, along with a full kitchen.
Wall, previously the assistant winemaker at the Applegate Valley estate winery, will now oversee winemaking and viticulture, as the winery pursues Demeter biodynamic certification. Willers has focused on house-made canned cocktails for the newly-opened bar atop the Jacquard Hotel, as well as beer and wine.
The bar will serve as a companion to her Italian restaurant centro, and will emphasize a wide selection of amari, with being available as well as heavily featured in house cocktails. Bar centro opens May Fredricksen will offer a wide range of beer styles at the taproom, which will also contain a live music space. Thesis Beer Project is aiming for a July opening.
The trio, who own and operate several restaurants and bars in Paris, have focused on cocktails that draw from French aperitif culture, New Orleans history, and Caribbean influences, as well as a mostly French wine list dominated by natural and organic bottles. Bar Marilou is now open. Parker, who founded the Wine Advocate in and eventually and became the most influential wine critic in the world, has slowly ceded his review and editorial duties this decade.
Cross, formerly the wine director for Culinary Lab restaurant group, will now oversee the wine program at the restaurant, which is located inside Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles. The duo will focus on bourbon and rye whiskey when the combination distillery, cocktail bar, and event space opens in summer , followed by vodka, gin, and rum.
McCrea, the longtime winemaker at McCrea Cellars, will focus on local wines, including wines from Spanish varieties he produces under the Salida label. La Vida Wine Bar opens May The duo will center the cocktail program at the new bar atop the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg around fruity, low-alcohol cocktails inspired by Italian aperitivo culture.
The duo, who have been brewing their range of mixed fermentation sours in a small facility nearby, will open the taproom with a range of sour beers on May The new space will also allow Dirty Couch Brewing to expand production. Fuller was previously with Accolade Wines, and will look to drive growth for the Sydney, Australia-based subsidiary of Pernod Ricard, which produces wines in the United States, Europe, and Oceania.
The new wine bar will offer 1, wines by the bottle when it opens in fall Carlin Karr will serve as wine director while Carla Klein will be the lead sommelier, focusing on off-the-beaten-path wines from both the Old and New World. Rosa, who also operates two locations of the bar and bottle shop Pint Sized, will also offer a small selection of spirits and craft beers along with a range of wines.
Luther will focus on a mix of classic cocktails and original creations at the 11th-floor bar, which is slated to open atop the Conrad Hotel on May Emborski, a long-time sommelier in the coastal and northern Virginia region, will oversee wine operations at the three restaurants on the property: Grain, Saltine, and Varia. Cafe Cancale is now open. Fowle, who will be based in London, will aim to help the auction house, which currently focuses on wine in the beverage alcohol world, expand into the spirits realm through single-cellar sales, direct consignments, and live auctions.
Sparrow opens May The move comes as former chief executive Rich Lindsay departs the brewing company best known for the Smuttynose Brewing brand. Broom is the owner of Runnymede Investments, which purchased Finestkind in March Sammons, who also owns wine bar 13 Celsius, will aim to make this new wine bar more approachable to patrons who might find wine bar culture intimidating. How to Survive on Land and Sea is scheduled to open July Ramos, formerly of The David Burke Organization and Bobby Flay Restaurants, will oversee the food and beverage programs at the convention center.
He will oversee all aspects of winemaking for the family-owned winery in Rutherford, which focuses on Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Gong, also the owner of fellow cocktail bar Copycat Co. Astoria is now open. The Sylvester is now open. Cristal will oversee sales for the wine company in East Coast states and the District of Columbia. He was previously an account manager at Vintage Epicure in New York. Ember is slated to open May Schlegel, a former sommelier, will focus on wines from his newly-purchased vineyard in Piedmont, Italy at the new venture.
Schlegel is also the co-founder of Snooze, a chain of 37 breakfast-focused restaurants throughout Colorado, California, Arizona, and Texas. Attimo is targeting a Fall opening. Gordon, who founded the craft brewery along with partner Dean Biersch sold a large portion of his stake in the company in , but is now heading an investment group that has acquired a majority share in the company.
Morrow will oversee the wine programs on site, including a selection of more than wines from France and the U. Both restaurants are aiming for a June 6 opening. Wood, who has spent 15 years with the winery, was previously an assistant winemaker, but with the promotion of Steve Peck to director of winemaking, Wood will now oversee all red wine production for J.
Tilbury, formerly the Pacific regional sales manager for Hope Family Wines, will oversee sales for the spirits importer in 12 western states. Shearin, formerly the California sales manager for Golden State Wines based in Van Nuys, will now oversee sales for the estate winery. McNeill will focus on wine service, food, and sales education for the McDonough, Georgia-based full-service beverage distributor, which has wholesale operations in Georgia and Alabama.
Jahnke is focusing on original cocktails with house infusions at the royalty-themed bar, which will also offer weekly cocktail classes. King of Cups is scheduled to open on May 9. Mahaffey, formerly of Diageo and Treasury Wine Estates, will oversee wholesale sales on the west coast for the wine producer, which has wineries in California, Oregon, and Washington.
Eisenberg will oversee the bar program at the rooftop bar, which is scheduled to open in downtown Detroit in late May. The Monarch Club will feature craft cocktails along with wine, beer, and small plates. He will oversee brand management and digital marketing for Ste Michelle. The equestrian-themed bar emphasizes sustainability and zero-waste principles. The beverage menu offers riffs on classic cocktails and a selection of organic, biodynamic, and natural wines.
Run for the Roses is now open. The move comes after Signorello announced the retirement of its longtime winemaker Pierre Birebent. French previously worked at Dalla Valle Vineyards in Napa. She is joined by fellow new hires Celia Welch, the consulting director of winemaking, and Steve Matthiasson, the consulting viticulturalist. The duo will convert their former restaurant, The Garage, into a beer-focused bar and bottle shop with over 30 taps.
Shine Beer Sanctuary is slated to open July The location will be the third for the distillery, based in Union, Maine, which focuses on using local ingredients in their gin and other spirits. The tasting room is schedule to open May Blaney, previously the director of brewing at Mason Ale Works, will oversee recipe development and day-to-day operations for the upcoming brewery and event space, which is scheduled to open summer Fein, previously with Constellation Wines, Jackson Family Wines, and Banfi Vintners, will focus on developing and managing major on and off premise retailer programs for the company, which produces wine from a number of different California appellations.
Dempsey, a long-time and award-winning home brewer, will offer a range of beers for the new venture, scheduled to open summer They aim to feature over wines by the glass and bottle. Coast and Valley opens May 1. Pilcer-Pitman, formerly director of retail development and strategy for the longstanding craft brewery, will replace the outgoing Bryan Simpson, who spent 21 years with the brewery, effective May Italia is slated to open May 2.
Jones, formerly a wine representative at International Wine and Craft Beer in Birmingham, Alabama, will aim to increase New York metro area sales for the wine importer. The new venture, set to open fall , will also feature a restaurant incubator and test kitchen. The duo will focus on agave-based tiki cocktails at the new venture, which is slated to run at least six months, and will also feature house made syrups and juices. Tropical Thunder opens May 2. Kownacki will focus on grapes from Michigan for his urban winery, along with mead and cider production. Tasting flights and glass pours will also be available.
Detroit Vineyards opens to the public May 3. Colliau, formerly the bar manager at Long Now, is focused on technical flourishes at the new cocktail bar, stirring drinks with digital thermometers to measure dilution and hand-cutting ice, as well as offering a range of in-house-made canned cocktails. The couple launched the urban winery and tasting room in support of their wines, previously made at a custom crush facility.
The new venue will support tastings and bottle purchases, along with hosting live music and other evening events. Coomber Craft Wine is now open. Hanson, formerly a member of the board of directors, has resigned from that role in order to take charge of the wine and spirits division starting on June 3. Hanson was previously the chief executive officer at John Hardy Global Limited. Prifold, previously a hotel consultant, replaces the outhgoing Brandon Anderson in the role.
Roquette is scheduled to open late summer DeHass, along with her husband David Fritzler, is focusing on natural wines and craft beers and ciders at the newly-opened restaurant and retail shop. Chacon-Rodriguez, formerly the director of operations at Safe Harbor Wines in Napa, California, will oversee crush operations and wine production at the university, as well as instruct students and assist in wine research and trials. Hoover, who serves as director of beverage for Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, will focus on domestic and French wines at the newly-opened Del Mar SoCal Kitchen, while she will emphasize sparkling and white wines at Lincoln Social Rooftop, which is slated to open April The Vault is now open.
Burns, who previously served as brewer at Garage Project Brewing in Wellington, New Zealand, joins the Idaho brewery as it prepares to open a new barrel brewing system, with a focus on European beer styles. Maniace, who also oversees the wine program at sister restaurant Che Fico, will offer over bottles , which can also be purchased and taken home, with an emphasis on hard-to-find Italian wines from smaller producers. Che Fico Alimentari is set to open April The upcoming cocktail bar and Vietnamese restaurant, slated for a winter opening, will feature a list of cocktails with elaborate recipes and presentations, often calling on obscure ingredients and Asian influences.
The new restaurant and bar from restaurateur Teddy Sourias will focus on natural wines and cocktails to pair with the menu, which is inspired by street and comfort foods, with 8 cocktails on draft to go along with 20 beer and cider taps. Blume opens on April Vann is focusing on natural wines at the new spot from restaurateurs Bobby Heugel and Justin Yu, which is now open.
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Bennett will oversee the drinks program at the newest venture from restaurateur Danny Meyer, housed in the newly-opened Hudson Yards development. McKee assumes the new role while former master distiller Pamela Heilmann transitions into serving as master distiller emerita and distillery manager Matt Bell replaces McKee as distiller. The moves will take effect May Rouben will explore different presentations, ages, and temperatures for beer service during the course tasting menu. The Dining Room is set to open summer Gilla, the founding winemaker at Forgeron Cellars, will focus on Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah at the new winery, which is set to open to the public on April 27 and is owned by Spanish wine company Bodegas Valdemar.
Ghost Hawk Brewing Company is now open. Hobbs, a former sommelier, will eventually offer around wines at the newly-opened wine shop, along with a selection of wines by the glass and small plates. Stevens previously was vice president of wine in the state of Georgia for the wine and spirits distributor.
Klus, co-owner of La Moule and the original curator of spirits at Multnomah Whiskey Library, will offer a wide range of spirits in addition to beer and wine. Scotch Lodge is set to open May 2. Tatum joins the bourbon distillery, owned by Stoli Group USA, after serving as vice president and director of portfolio innovation at Brown-Forman. The rooftop bar, offering cocktails, beer, and wine, is now open. Gorsky, previously the vice president of marketing for Pernod Ricard, will now oversee sales in Washington, D.
Velvet 49 is scheduled to open on May 3. Seven Reasons is now open. The deal becomes official on April The pair of homebrewers will offer a wide range of beers, including multiple stouts and IPAs. They are aiming aiming for a late May opening. The expansion, which took four years to complete, allows the bourbon distillery to produce double the quantity of spirit it was previously capable of, as well as to expand its offerings of higher-proof bourbon.
The new facility is now open to the public. Coronado will oversee the bar program at the third D. Colada Shop is scheduled to open in fall Debeaulieu, formerly of 00 Wines, will oversee winemaking at the new winery from Beck Family Wines. The property consists of 60 acres of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines and a state-of-the-art winery still under construction. Abbott Claim will release its first wines in early The newly-opened spot features 50 wines by the glass and over by the bottle. Schwenk has focused on unique takes on classic cocktails, like a cream soda old fashioned or a Cosmopolitan made from all recycled ingredients.
Ball, owner of the cocktail bar Garage, next door to the upcoming modern Mexican restaurant, will be designing the cocktail program, which will offer Mexican-inspired twists on classic cocktails. No opening date has been announced for Comedor. Stewart, formerly vice president of marketing at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, will assume the same role at the craft brewery, overseeing marketing strategy as well as planning new product launches.
The new tasting room will allow guests to taste and purchase the honey wines the duo produces, as well as try various mead-based cocktails. Recolte Meads is now open. Batch Brewing is scheduled to open in June Cocktails and wines by the glass will also be opened. Saint Vincent is set to open in fall Mitchell, who formerly worked at the wine-focused neighborhood restaurant, will now oversee operations, with a continued emphasis on affordable European wines as well as a wide selection of Champagne. Dudley Market is now open. Jacobs will work with national sales manager Justin Taliaferro as a part of the newly-created national sales team for the newly-launched division of Thornhill Companies.
The new venture will focus on tiki drinks and frozen cocktails to compliment the large rooftop deck. Ramirez, a long-time Milwaukee bartender, will split his cocktail menu between classics, remedies, and a rotating selection of themed cocktails. The Mothership will also feature draft beer. It is scheduled to open April Teubner, formerly vice president of U. Notre Vue also named Daniel Charles as viticulturist and Kirk Tomiser national sales and marketing manager. The Conservatory is slated to open late spring Linsey Weinstein, formerly of Rebel Rebel and Wine Bottega, is overseeing the wine, amaro, and spirits program at the new bar focusing on whiskey-based cocktails and natural, organic, and biodynamic wines.
The Quiet Few is now open. Wiznitzer, formerly of The Seamstress and Dead Rabbit, will design the cocktail program for the 13th-story bar atop the soon to launch The Kixby hotel in Manhattan, which is slated for a May opening. Mondavi will now serve as director of chains off-premise, west for the family-owned wine company. Additionally, Spencer Tirschek has been promoted to director of national accounts on-premise, and the company also added Christopher Mouriski, formerly director sales operations for Treasury Wine Estates, as sales vice president, west.
Carnes joins the craft brewery after serving as east coast regional manager for Chicago-based Revolution Brewing. The brothers, owners of fellow Dallas restaurants Veritas Wine Room, Boulevardier, and Rapscallion, will be offering a dozen local beers on draft along with a curated wine list and a full cocktail list emphasizing popular classics like the Aperol Spritz and Boulevardier. Hillside Tavern is now open. The new space within the hotel will allow for private dinners and wine tastings, with an inventory of over 30, bottles of wine. The Cellar is now open. The new facility is slated for a June opening.
Eagle, formerly the wine buyer at Wine Club in San Francisco, will offer coffee and wine at the newly remodelled space, with a limited food menu to come. Zaremba, beverage director for Boka Hospitality Group, is emphasizing classic cocktails at the new seat bar inside the Hoxton Hotel. Lazy Bird opens April 4. Quimby is overseeing the bar program at the newly-opened rooftop bar situated on top of the Virgin Hotel in SoMa. His cocktail list features unique creations with an emphasis on larger-format cocktails. Everdene is now open. Comfort joins the California winery association and promotional body after having previously founded The Artemis Group, a planning and consulting firm for the wine industry.
Meisler, who joined the spirits importer in , previously served as sales director. In his new role he replaces outgoing chief operating officer John Eason. Coursey has been with the fine wine importer since , starting off as northeast division manager. Vargas, one of several partners in the new modern Mexican restaurant and bar, has created 20 different margaritas for the bar, which will also offer a range of Mexican and craft beers. Peso is set to open mid-April Munroe, formerly of Ben Milam Whiskey, is overseeing the soon-to-open distillery, which will focus on whiskey but will also produce gin and beer.
Maverick Whiskey is scheduled to open later in Poulsen was on board when the winery launched in , but left in to serve as director of winemaking and executive manager at Acumen Wines. Current winemaker Jean Hoefliger will transition into a role as consulting winemaker. Lopez, who along with her family owns the Oaxacan restaurant Guelaguetza in Los Angeles, will feature a wide range of tequilas, mezcals, and agave-based cocktails when Mama Rabbit opens in late July In her new position, she will oversee daily administrative operations for the producer of Schlafly Beer, as well as managing company-wide financials.
Baladi, who previously served as chief operating officer for the spirits producer and distributor, has been with Beam Suntory for eight years. He replaces Matt Shattock, who is now the chairman of the board of directors. Abraham oversees the beverage program at the recently-opened cocktail bar, contained within the loft of larger D. The cocktail program features on classics, with some custom riffs on classic formulations. The Ella Grace is now open. The wine program at the relocated steakhouse offers a similar, but smaller, set of selections at the new Upper East Side location, with the same emphasis on California Cabernet, Bordeaux, and Burgundy.
The new venture from Chetiyawardana replaces his award-winning Dandelyan, which will feature a list of seven core ingredients that guests can choose from to assemble a cocktail. Lyaness is now open. The venue is scheduled to open May Sara Fowler is on board as winemaker. Adam Duley, a longtime home brewer, will serve as master brewer for the new venture, which is currently offering other local beers on draft. The bar, opening on March 28, will offer a combination of tiki classics and custom riffs on those classics.
Donnally previously operated the tiki bar Drift Lounge in Scottsdale from Lysyj joins the brewery after serving as the U. The bar will have a special focus on sustainability efforts, such as minimizing waste, and ethical business practices that revolve around inclusive employment and competitive wages. Morris, formerly of The Pontiac in Hong Kong, is designing the cocktail program. The proprietors are hoping for a late April opening for Expo. The wine bar will feature 30 wines by the glass from around the world, as well as a selection of bottles for retail purchase and a menu focused on pizzas and charcuterie.
Whim Wine Bar is scheduled to open in June Day, previously the global chief sales officer at Diageo, will oversee operations for the large beer distributor. Outgoing chief executive Raymond Guerin will continue to serve as chairman of the company. The move, set for April 1, comes after Bacardi Ltd. Green previously served as global chief of staff for the international craft beer company. BrewDog also announced the promotion of Tanisha Robinson to chief disruption officer. Ungureanu will oversee the beverage program at the acclaimed Spanish restaurant, with an extensive, all-Spanish wine list.
Szot and Schor are looking to launch Dorothy in summer The venture, located in an Atlanta suburb, will focus on distilling gin and vodka at first, while also serving as a modern art exhibition space. Watson intends to eventually add whiskey and liqueurs to the product line at the Distillery of Modern Art, scheduled to open fall Sloan will focus on local wines at the upcoming venue, which will also feature a full bar and craft beer.
Bloom is targeting a late spring or early summer opening. The duo have been working on the project for four years, with seven beers on draft to start and Detroit-style pizza based on a recipe that Johnson, a Detroit native, perfected. Assembly Brewing opens March Sourias is targeting an April opening for Blume. Taylorton Station is now open. Lowe will oversee the wine program at the Italian and Polish restaurant co-owned by baseball manager Joe Maddon and chef Tony Mantuano, while Ken Pritz will run the cocktail program.
The couple, Portland bar industry veterans, will focus on beers on draft, with a particular emphasis on oak-aged beers, though a full bar will also be available. Tulip Shop Tavern is slated to open May Ragonese will seek to bring stability to the struggling company, which has seen a decline in market share and the departure of several executives over the last few years. The team behind the bar Sundry and Vice will offer a combination of craft cocktails, coffee, and a co-working space at the new venue, which will feature two different bars, with larger-format cocktails and wines being more central to the menu.
Comfort Station is scheduled to open summer Flug joins the alcohol e-commerce company after serving as general counsel to the New York State Liquor Authority in hopes of allowing Drizly to continue to expand its reach and offerings throughout North America. Sundh joins the acclaimed bakery as it adds dinner and wine service to its offerings. Gallagher will succeed the retiring chief executive, Clay Gregory, effective May 1, taking over operations at the tourism marketing organization. The new venue will offer over 20 beers on draft, as well as classic and frozen cocktails and a wide selection of wines.
Louisiana Purchase opens March Wood has been with the wine company since , when he was hired as vice president of operations. Mayeux will focus on approachable cocktails and beer at the music-themed bar, which will also offer record raffles and have an extensive record collection on hand.
Long Play Lounge opens March Bell, an accomplished home brewer, will open the brewery and tap room inside the former Exeter Sun-Gazette warehouse with an emphasis on blonde ales and IPAs. Bell Craft will open later in Weston will oversee the rooftop bar, and will be partnering with chef Chris Ono. Sorra is targeting a summer opening. Rae, previously the assistant wine director at Union Square Cafe, and the head sommelier at Chefs Club, will now oversee the wine program at the brasserie, which focuses on classic European wines and unique domestic offerings. It will also feature a tasting room and distillery museum.
No opening date for Kith Fermenations has been announced. Asimont has spent over 20 years in the California wine industry. Paper Daisy is now open. Sullivan, a veteran of the New England restaurant scene, will operate as the metro Boston sales representative for the Italian wine importer and wholesaler, maintaining existing accounts while seeking to open new ones. Stewart, previously the area sales director, Asia Pacific for Delicato Family Vineyards, will look to develop the global export market for the winery, particularly in Asia.
In the job, Lukic will work with proprietors Georges and Daniel Daou in overseeing all sales channels. Wilson, founder of the Austin-based Wine for the People, will use the new space as a tasting room for her wine brand, as well as it serving as wine bar, bottle shop, and education space. Citizen Wine is targeting a opening. Buenaventura, formerly of Knee High Stocking Company, is focusing on a range of cocktails from classics to original creations, with a robust selection of dessert cocktails. Currant Bistro is now open. Chattan will replacing the retiring Dennis Hill, who founded the winery in Hill will remain a consultant to the winery.
The two co-owners previously worked together at Trifecta Tavern, and will focus on affordable cocktails in a casual setting, aiming to strike a balance between craft cocktails and a neighborhood bar. Pierce and her husband Luke will focus on unique and creative cocktails and unusual wines, with a particular emphasis on orange wines, at the upcoming bar. No opening date has been set for Law Bird. Peachey joins the wine producer and importer after serving as vice president for brand strategy and direct-to-consumer marketing at Kosta Browne.
She will oversee the newly-formed and growing fine wine division at Fetzer. Andrew Brooks serves as the brewer for the new venture, which will mix classic beer styles with more experimental brews and barrel-aged beers. Talking Cursive Brewing Co. The new iteration of the bar, called Magpie, will offer a range of lower-proof cocktails along with a few stronger drinks, and will keep later hours than the previous incarnation which opened in late Magpie is set for a March 15 debut.
Berg, formerly of Wicked Wort, is partnering with Dan Herman and Andy Rutledge on the new project, which will produce a wide range of beer styles available in the taproom. Falling Knife Brewing Co. Baldivino will create a small, global list of affordable bottles along with a reserve list of more special wines. Mama is scheduled to open June Brewery Extrava will open summer The distillery will produce a range of spirits, from vodka and gin to bourbon and blended whiskey, as well as beer and wine. Quick will oversee guest experiences at the distillery, slated to open summer Rodil will join the restaurant company as it prepares to open three new restaurants in Houston in Bartram, who was previously the fine wine strategic account manager, central division for Delicato Family Vineyard, will oversee national off-premise account sales, as well as regional wholesale in the southwest.
The two long-time home brewers and brothers-in-law will focus on split-batch brewing, aiming to offer 15 different beer styles. Rush, formerly a regional sales manager for the winery, has been promoted to director of off-premise national chain accounts, while Mowforth will now be director of on-premise national accounts. Steiner, who also is co-owner of Himitsu, and Bran-Leis, owner of Taqueria Del Barrio, will emphasize a Latin vibe and women-owned products at the upcoming cocktail bar and wine garden, slated for a late April opening.
Montgomery previously served as vice president of business to consumer sales at Nespresso U. Gerber assumes the newly-created role within the wine importer and distributor after his departure from the New York distributor he co-founded, Martin Scott Wines. Farrell will oversee the cocktail and wine bar titled Show of Hands housed within the larger dining venture, where he will focus on lower-proof drinks featuring housemade spirits like limoncello, vermouth, and absinthe. The Roost is scheduled to open fall Pape, who has been with the Italian wine importer since , most recently served as senior vice president, national sales manager.
Pape is being replaced in that role by Steven Menter. Lamaii is now open. Parliament is scheduled to open spring The duo have been operating the brewery on a contract-brewing basis for the last two years, but through crowdfunding intend to open a physical brewery and taproom in early Ketelhut is partnering with Jacques Driscoll on the punk rock cocktail bar, which will feature a selection of classic cocktails as well as a few originals.
Bagley Central is slated to open April Weinstein, along with her husband Joshua, will emphasize natural, organic, and biodynamic wines at the comfort food-focused restaurant, along with whiskey-based classic cocktails and amari. The Quiet Few is scheduled to open March The couple, along with their son Kai, focuses on European wines served in a casual, living room-style setting.
Arline will compile a list of approximately wines from around the world to compliment the food of chef Eric Bost, as well as offering beverage pairings to go with the multi-course menu. Auburn is scheduled to open March Porter intends to triple brewing capacity for the upstate New York brewery, both by purchasing the Gilded Otter in New Paltz, a brewery and restaurant, as well as building a new facility in Pine Island, New York.
My Yard Live is scheduled to open June The couple, owners of two other Charleston restaurants, will emphasize Spanish wine and food at the new venture, slated to open on March 5. Laubner was 87 years old. Lockwood Station, which will focus on mid-century classics, will operate inside the food hall for one year before seeking a permanent home elsewhere in Houston. The duo opened the bar with minimal fanfare last week, with an emphasis on straightforward cocktails, sherry, and draft beer to compliment the selection of housemade charcuterie.
Nommo is now open. Hammond will serve as head distiller at the soon-to-open distillery and farm-to-table restaurant. Pacific Coast Spirits is set to open spring Whelan, previously of New York-based Skurnik Wines, joins the direct-to-consumer wine platform to attempt to grow their portfolio of small-production wines. The bartending duo, originally from Los Angeles, will focus on Caribbean-inspired cocktails as well as classics, with nods to tiki as well.
Salazar spent over two decades at New Belgium Brewing in Fort Collins, Colorado, where he was instrumental in introducing wild ales and wood-aged beers to American consumers. Miller also serves as the vice president of sales and marketing for Santa Maria, California-based The Thornhill Companies, which farms grapes throughout the Central Coast appellation.
She will look to lead the company through an anticipated high-growth phase. Quimby, formerly of Michael Mina Group, will oversee the bar program at the soon-to-open rooftop bar in the newly-launched Virgin Hotels SF. Everdene is set to open March Bamforth is a brewing and malting scientist who retired from the University of California-Davis in In the newly-created role he will evaluate all aspects of beer production as well as provide staff education and training. Mingers will oversee operations and planning for the international wine and spirits trade fair, which now also has iterations in China and southeast Asia.
Mingers previously served as senior project manager at ProWein from McCoy joins the iconic winery after previously serving as wine director at Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado. Breslin joined the Victor, New York-based beverage alcohol giant in , most recently serving as vice president, digital marketing. While avoiding the natural wine label, the bar will focus on natural wines and other wines with interesting stories at the wine bar, slated to open in spring Jazayeri and partner Joshua Lewin will be teaming up on their second restaurant, with Jazayeri running the wine program with an emphasis on smaller producers from Italy and Spain, along with other Mediterranean selections.
Lost Hours opens February Piotrowski will launch the brewery and taproom with six different craft beers in a space intended to foster community engagement, with an outdoor beer garden and commercial kitchen to follow. Delta Beer Lab is slated to open in late February McGrew served previously as the vice president, corporate communications for the Victor, New York-based beverage alcohol company.
The Bamboo Room will have 22 seats and will focus on tableside service of cocktails and more technically demanding and time-consuming drinks. The Bamboo Room opens February The couple will launch their brewery and taproom on February 16 with 20 taps, including five of their own beers, with the rest featuring breweries from around Florida. Tucker is a recent wine school graduate who will serve as head vintner at the new project, which will work with grapes from Texas, California, Oregon, and Washington.
It will also feature a large tasting room and smaller tasting lounge. Decant Urban Winery opens February Massar previously served as eastern regional sales manager for Cuvaison Wine Estates. In her new role, she will be responsible for on- and off- premise sales for the producer of estate-grown Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. The small oyster and wine bar will offer a selection of beer and wine to go along with oysters from both the West and East Coasts when it opens this summer. The couple, who also own the gastropub Hopfields, have launched the Latin American-inspired cocktail bar along with general manager Pedro Carvalho, with an emphasis on in-house ingredients and responsibly sourced products from Central and South America.
In the newly-created role, he will look to expand the reach of the year-old winery. They will offer collectable and back-vintage wines with an emphasis on Bordeaux and Champagne. Stasinowsky, along with his parents, sister, and brother-in-law, are renovating a year-old church to house the wine lounge, which will offer a proprietary wine list app as well as iPad menus to facilitate education. Kidd serves as head distiller for the newly-launched distillery, which current offers two different kinds of vodka and gin, with bourbon and American single malt whiskey to come later.
The space also features a cocktail bar and kitchen. Storyhouse Spirits is now open. The couple will offer 40 wines by the glass at the soon-to-open wine bar, which will also offer craft cocktails and local beers. Pfriem, who serves as brewmaster and is one of the co-founders pFriem Family Brewers in Hood River, Oregon, will oversee the construction of a new production and warehousing facility in nearby Cascade Locks.
This second location will allow for higher production capability as well as the installation of a canning line. Both are longtime members of the San Diego craft brewing scene: Mark Saldivar spent twenty years working for the San Diego Brewing Company, and Rebecca Saldivar has worked in numerous breweries in the area. The Hop Stop will be a kid- and pet-friendly beer garden and kitchen scheduled to open spring Slingsby will serve as head brewer for the aviation-themed brewery.
The new brewery and taproom will feature an airplane fuselage as a key part of the decor, and will feature a dozen beers from the brewery on draft. FlyteCo Brewing is scheduled to open on March 2. Burns was previously the associate winemaker at fellow Willamette Valley winery Brittan Vineyards.
Sullivan and bar director David Fisher are preparing to launch the coastal Italian restaurant with Australian restaurateurs Jason Scott and Robert Marchetti. He becomes one of the two board members appointed by AB InBev as a component of their minority ownership of the beer company.
Chabert will compete on behalf of the U. Walsh was previously the vice president of commercial strategy and on-premise for Treasury Wine Estates. In her new role, she will oversee all marketing efforts for the winery. The two will oversee the beverage program at the restaurant, cocktail bar, and cafe development coming to the office park in the San Diego suburb. The venue will also feature two acres of outdoor space with fire pits and bocce ball. The Florence is set to open March The space is slated to open to the public summer Patricia and Grewal will partner on the wine and craft beer bar and retail shop.
Racine is overseeing the wine program at the newly-opened restaurant within the Metropolitan Museum of Art. De Ranieri is partnering with chef Brian Burns on the Spanish-themed restaurant, which will focus on the cuisine and beverages of coastal Spain, with classic Louisiana influences as well. Costera opens February 6.
Tours and tastings will also be available. Mueninghoff will manage major wine states and target new retail and restaurant accounts for the importer of French wines. Bar Sirenis is slated to open spring Seay most recently owned a vineyard consulting business focusing on Central Coast wineries, but will now oversee grower relations and grape acquisitions for the Cabernet Sauvignon-focused winery. Finnigan was formerly the brewing manager at Avery Brewing Co. Perlman, along with partners Jason Vincent and Ben Lustbader, will focus on Asian cocktail ingredients to fit the Chinese-American theme of the bar, along with a range of wines that pair well with spicier food.
Kass is set to open February 1. The couple, who also own the bar Bang Bang next door, will focus on a mix between conceptual cocktails in addition to new takes on classics like the Manhattan and the Negroni. Wonderly is set to open on February 1. Shannon Berndt will oversee sales in the southwest region, while Pat Hiley will cover the southeast and Bryan Schoen will handle the midwest for the Willamette Valley producer of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Snapp, who is the beverage director for multi-state restaurant group Fox Restaurant Concepts, will feature a range of custom cocktails which combine unusual ingredients at the casual American eatery slated to open February Niku Steakhouse is set to open in early February. Pronovost will convert Curio Coffee into the natural wine bar several nights a week, focusing on Old World, cooler climate offerings to pour by the glass.
She had previously held an advisory role at the estate. Keyes, who previously served as president, North America at Brown-Forman, joins the spirits importer, which is the importer of Jose Cuervo Tequila, and is a subsidiary of Grupo Cuervo. The hiring is effective February 4.
Berkey is also a marketing wine director with Vintage Wine Estates, while Byrne is associated brand manager with Etude Winery. The two will oversee the efforts of the promotional organization for the American Viticultural Area shared between Napa and Sonoma Valley.
The two bartenders previously collaborated at the Teardrop Lounge, and will focus on seasonal ingredients and preserved items at the upcoming cocktail bar, which is slated for a late summer opening. Davis will also serve as general manager at the combination wine bar, retail shop, and coffee shop. She will focus on organic and biodynamic offerings, with approximately bottles for sale and 10 pours by the glass, as well as offering vermouths, amaros, and other spirits. Dumbauld will offer whiskey and gin that are made with ingredients derived from hemp. SoNo is set to open on February 3.
The winery has also added Michele Martindale to replace Guerguy as western sales manager. Young American is set to open on February 1. There will also soon be small plates available and monthly wine dinners. Prima Materia is now open. Cerio joins the wine company after serving as vice president of operations for The Wine Group.
He will oversee vineyard and winery operations for Terlato Wines in both California and Washington, as well as logistics and supply chain planning. In her new role, she will oversee shareholder engagement and corporate governance efficiency. Virgilio, one of the co-founders of AleSmith Brewing Company, collaborated with head brewer Tommy Kreamer on the new project, which launched with 13 different house beers offered at a large-scale brewpub, along with a selection of collaboration and guest beers. Gravity Heights is now open. Lanzalone will focus on carefree and easy-drinking cocktails, many featuring products from local rum distillery Cotton and Reed.
Coconut Club is now open. Keenan, also the lead singer for Tool and A Perfect Circle, will open the tasting room to showcase his northern Arizona wineries, Merkin Vineyards and Caduceus Cellars. Keenan launched Caduceus Cellars in , and the new tasting room is slated to open in March. Cafe La Trova opens on January Woodley joins the vodka-specific distillery after managing national sales and exports for Walla Walla, Washington-based Woodward Canyon Winery.
He will oversee the national and international sales teams for the distillery. The casual bar will focus on classic cocktails and macro beers in an attempt to be a neighborhood bar. An opening date has not been set. Gorski had previously served as winemaker for the Woodinville, Washington-based winery. The promotion comes as DeLille Cellars readies to move into a new, much larger facility that was formerly the site of Redhook Brewing at the end of January. Peterson joins the marketing and promotion organization based in Paso Robles, California from Firestone Walker Brewing Company, where he served as marketing manager.
White joined the Chico-based brewery in from MillerCoors, and most recently served as chief operating officer. He is replacing brewery founder Ken Grossman in the role, though Grossman will remain on the board of directors. The renovated distillery will utilize a distilling system that dates to , and will also feature a cocktail bar run by head bartender Sevan Araneda.
The Fort Nelson Distillery is set to open on January Case joins the St. Helena, California-based fine wine importer after serving as vice president of sales, southeastern U. Jacques is joining the brewing giant on February 4 from The Kraft Heinz Company, where she serves as the global head of brands and capabilities.
She will look to bring a fresh perspective to marketing and customer engagement for the Chicago-based company. His responsibilities will be assumed by deputy chief operating officer Tim Ford effective immediately. Doucette will focus on simple cocktails and natural wines at the lunch-focused restaurant, which will serve breakfast and coffee as well. Dandy is slated to open in February September 21 — Sailing, I hear pirates in the news. This news also reflects on how much hostage taking has dropped since various Navies have put armed military protection on ships along that coastline.
Muriel predicted people would be told to stay inside. Predicted June for September EEE virus fears warn people to stay inside at dawn and dusk. September 19 — Warmth coming from below. Steam on rocks, hot boiling water. Waves crashing and a bleached seal washed up with its overheated skin.
Another Stand Your Ground tragedy as man arrives home from a trip and kills three young teens planning to break into his home. Stand Your Ground state law may be questioned. September 19—Predictions coming true about seas being too hot for fish to survive:. Climate scientists Not exactly a psychic prediction but a hypothesis that climate scientists postulated back in which I felt would become a major issue in the future. Now it has been shown to be unfolding on the eastern seaboard. Predicted in Predicted June 6, for September A crack just occurred in the financial markets.
September 18—The Arctic ice hits all-time low. Latest Arctic report shows all time low in Arctic ice melt reached in July. September 18—I felt Florida was hot, but no hurricane. Hurricane Dorian misses Florida in spite of growing concern. September 18 —A rising thunder, a growing storm, there is a feeling, a breaking point. As if we are about to step onto a sink hole. Andrew Posey. September 18 — Orangutan baby in the news. Lovendures Predicted June 6, for September September 18— Big black rain umbrellas opened over a lot of people. This prediction had originally been attributed to the rainy DC July 4th parade, but it also fits the black umbrella protest movement that has been ongoing in Hong Kong.
Predicted again in , , , and This prediction has not come true. September 16 — Kavanaugh will be investigated. Bin Predicted June 6, for March But her story is being corroborated in some ways by others who say they also heard about the incident. September 15 — Middle east prominent in the news. Major Saudi Arabia oil facilities hit by drone strikes. September 14 — Major cancer break through. Scientists may have discovered a cure for the deadly glioblastoma brain tumors that have taken so many lives. S cientists discover new breakthrough in cancer hair-loss treatment.
September 11 — There is blood in the streets in Dallas. Andrew Posey Predicted June for September Although the murder rate is down in Texas there is a rise in murders in Dallas. September 11 — Saw a grey destroyer type ship from the U. Lionelle Predicted in June for September US destroyer challenges maritime claims to South China Sea. September 10— Recently my mind has been on natural disasters. I see lots of water, mudslides and flooding. Mel Predicted in the comments on this page on August 22 for the following week or so.
On the following day, Dorian reached category 5. Mel Predicted August 22 on this page in the comment section for the ensuing weeks. September 10 —I see a train or subway train burning. Train wreck? Illinois train derails and catches fire forcing evacuation. September 7— Walmart will have to rethink its business. Walmart will also stop selling handguns in Alaska, the only state where it still sells handguns. They are also pulling violent video game from their shelves.
September 6 — Arctic circle — There is something going on close to Greenland. After a string of nuclear incidents, Russia just launched a floating nuclear power plant. Is it safe? September 5 — Horse racing in the news — too many injuries. Baba Predicted July 25, There have been two fatal accidents with jockeys in Australia in the last week. September 4 — A young female pop star dies. Predicted in June for September As democracy is being eroded and climate change is escalating, light workers are rising beneath the headlines.
Collective morale will hit its lowest point in late , and in I have seen visions of an economic downturn. People will be sad, angry and frustrated with the government. People will also feel the pain of those who have become the scapegoats of this party. The deteriorating climate will also bring people down, but it will also spur action and a profound respect for our earth. In a meditation, I first saw an economic downturn that would occur near the end of or beginning of Then I saw a full recovery by and the rise of two progressive women in charge of the country.
It will cause people to finally let go of an old paradigm that has been harming us and the world. The economy returns and women are more in charge. There also is a rise in spirituality and the feeling that we are guided by the highest energies. Democracy will not die, though it will take a beating. Washington will become a ragged shell of its former self and will need repair. The decline of Washington will coincide with the rise in power of states and localities.
California will become as close to an independent country as it can without seceding. Other progressive states will follow suit. Rise of New Generation of Progressives. They are multicultural, iconoclastic and anti-establishment. They pursue sustainability, fairness to the working person and middle class, and hard work.
They will show toughness and courage in the years ahead. Many are spiritual, but not religious. They are determined to make America truly the land of the free and empowered. During this period in U. Heroes will be borne. Let us know if any come true. Predictions that come true are put in bold and placed here with a news story link.
July — Predictions that come true are put in bold. Explanations are in brackets. September Predictions are in bold if they are coming true. February Predictions that come true are put in bold. Go here to find links to corroborating news stories. March Predictions that come true are put in bold when we can. See here for corroborating news stories that connect to these predictions. April — Predictions that come true are put in bold when we get around to it.
Go here to see links to corroborating news stories. May Predictions that come true are put in bold when we get around to it. A year of challenge and big shifts that will eventually lead to positive change:. This section shows predictions by year. Positive visions show the light that is expanding beneath the headlines.
Please let them fill your being. Then read on to see the monthly regular predictions further down. The regular predictions are usually more transitory. The positives fell into the following categories:. Women in the U. People seem gentler. A lot of meditation. Jeanne Predicted in October Trouble hits.
Animals in Africa are too hot. Giraffe is heating up. Automobile is funny. Looks like a space ship. Very flat, like a stingray. More happiness. Robots everywhere. Local farming, rooftop gardens. New method of transportation. Faster and more efficient. Julie Mugabe or Zimbabwe in the news, something stirring there, riots, change, uprising, people are fed up.
Problems with penguins due to climate change I see them drifting on the ice. Alien influence. Metal is back. Waking up as if from a bad dream. A man rises up from lying down position. Makes me think of Shakespeare, rising from the dead. Banana shortage. Lisa P.
Predicted in October Railroad change…safety regulations. The ocean is contaminated with sewage somewhere, perhaps the result of a disaster. Audree Market extremes, which means large swings from low to high and back again. Jeanne I see a peace pigeon in my inner screen which I believe represents a greater peace in the collective. Jeanne I am seeing a restructuring underway in the U. Julia An elephant is crying. Republicans are suffering a big loss.
They are a dying party. Jeanne A fish is scaled and hung upside down. This is a symbol of loss of power. Jeanne It is disconnected from the rest of the country. A nuclear explosion to block the heat of the sun? Peaceful scene of village in forested mountain region. Homes high in the mountains. Look like tree houses. Looks like ancient Japan. Are these villages that have found a hospitable climate? A peaceful feeling. Artificial trees with white feather-like fronds gather C02 from the atmosphere.
They flow in the wind, are considered beautiful. RunestoneOne Society is mosaic, smaller in scale, but very complex and colorful. RunestoneOne Adequate nutrition for pregnant women, will continue to be a major gateway problem. Miriam Robots integral to our lives. Jo Aliens are now our neighbors, helping us farm. Assisting in technologies. Meghan N Igloo, penguins, Inuits. Bin LIght, sunny. Sophie Foggy… air quality much worse. Elvera Small communities scattered.
People huddled more together in small communities. Alaska fully settled, and northern Canada too. Rainy, very rainy in the northern latitudes. Jeanne New York City only in history records, underwater building did not work. Tracy World population declining. Christopher Population much smaller. Animals precious. We are not alone. Space travel normal. A devastation occurred which destroyed so much and woke us up completely. Toi Lynn There is some kind of protective bubble over the earth, protecting our atmosphere, protecting us from global warming.
Bluebell Forests starting re-grow. Christopher People are not seen. In homes that are made of cold, steel color. NJF Personal spacecrafts, new ocean vessels accessible to everyone. A symbiotic relationship between nature, humans, and tech. Graciela There is more respect for animals living among humans. I see a small monkey, the body is about a foot long, in a jungle setting near a house. People are adapting their home surroundings to include the habitat necessary to support wildlife. We are all living together. Audree Feels more matriarchal, but definition of masculinity feels renewed, different.
Meghan N Flying cars, holograms, instant connect with people by thinking about them, almost robotic humans or maybe they are robots. Diana Most of Florida covered in water, has become a sailboat playground. If only Rick Scott were around to see this. Jeanne I see a map of the U. New weather patterns. There is a wind or weather shift more northeast to southwest, then the other way around. Jeanne People more in tune with their intuition. Bluebelle Eastern seaboard of the U. Jeanne Mayell U. Jeanne Mayell Huge migration to Canada. Jeanne Mayell Palm trees and a vast plain.
Svetlana I see light, small flying vehicles that have replaced cars. They are very safe transportation. There maybe no guns at all. Food is more controlled, cleaner, better healthcare, and there are fewer people in the whole world. Pollution is cleaned up nearly almost entirely, and white bears roaring large like angels in white icy snowy light. There is a focus on growing food. Everyone knows how to grow food. There is also an emphasis on the development of each individual.
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Ming Most of the planet is without people. Andrew I see a girl with a broad straw black hat. Smiling, lovely. Jeanne Mayell France is still here. Jeanne Mayell New language being spoken. Julie Rural lifestyles. Much migration from India. China is a major world power. Regrowth for the planet through artificial means, which helps recovery.
Donna I see an image of a family in , back to a simpler time. However he turned it all in once the documents were requested by congress. Another Trump scandal. Another day of yet more law-breaking by Trump.
First he denies it. Then he admits it. Republicans cower and let him get away with it, and Democrats strategize. The reasons for that are listed below: 1. There are growing signs that we are heading to a global recession. It will not be felt all at once, as it was with the Crash. Rather, it will be a snowball affect as more and more people start feeling the affects as prices go up on consumer goods, making people stretch their dollars still further.
On top of this, we will be getting news about a poor Christmas shopping season as more people save to prepare for the upcoming slowdown. Also, with people really beginning to feel the affects of the trade war, people will be filing for taxes around this time, and the public will once again feel resentment about the fact that the ultra-rich got a tax break which they are saving as opposed to making new jobs or increasing wages while they are actually losing money. He will probably pull money from projects or cut funding again, which will just cause more chaos.
Finally, the US Supreme Court announced that they will take the Louisiana case involving abortion rights this term, and it will likely have a decision in spring of But I believe that the predictions made on this site are real and based on visions given to the gifted few among us, I also believe there are other reasons to make this prediction realistic. Remember that the U. Supreme Court blocked a similar case that came from Texas a few years ago that is almost identical to this new case, with a vote.
John Roberts, a conservative-leaning judge who was appointed by Bush, voted with the four liberal-leaning judges on that case. This will ensure that females will fall in with the Democrats for at least one generation, while Republicans become increasingly disheartened and thus will be unlikely to support Trump as much. Neither do I hate those who are pro-life, because I believe most are sincere in their desire to protect life. But I feel that the way that the pro-lifer movement has moved to criminalize the mothers and the doctors and yet have done nothing as to the fathers who, all too often, coerce a woman to have an abortion, are not similarly targeted.
But enough with me getting on my soapbox. I firmly believe that Pelosi knows what she is doing. We will see if I am right or not. I agree with you on the economic front as Randi Rhodes made similar statements on her show recently. I would be more alert when viewing their videos. The problem with the pro life movement is the fact it is focused on pre birth. After the child is born however, you are essentially in sink or swim mode as it becomes social Darwinism. Hi , I am constant viewer of this website and have fun reading your predictions.
I want to know more about International predictions in coming decade. What geopolitical shifts will occur and where our global politics will move. Will America continue to dominate or some other player will come into global picture? Can our psychic predictioner please make separate prediction list year with for International politics for next decade or century with detailed predictions of global power shifts. Maybe you know this game?
Where there is a line of chairs, one less than the number of people. Everyone has to keep walking around the chairs while the music plays and as soon as it stops, you race to the closest chair you can find. One person is left standing. This is what the global situation feels like to me.. We have several maniacal, erratic leaders out there making chaotic choices. Oil and gas is starting to lose its relevance in the auto industry and will continue to. So many changes that will impact international alliances.. But I was not able to see in what ways. It will be Nexus of 1.
This global shifts is not good though in our years of history China , India and south east Asia was much dominant in population and economy. NATOs disintegration is not good and it may create fear and even individual arms race in Europe with Asian giants in it too now. Only America will be responsible for disintegration if it happens. To me it meant that some members may leave and others may join. If you scroll through all of the many years of predictions above you will see International categories in each year and decade..
There is also an international category in the Forum, so you can join that and start a new thread. Although most of the predictions are focused on the US since we are in the middle of a very painful and epic battle for the heart and soul of our country that is now accelerating daily. Another thing you could do is participate and invite some friends to join you in the next Read the Future Night. Because of where you live, you will be able to bring in a whole new set of predictions that relate to your city, region, and country.
Although I recently posted about a psychic moment I had, while outside yesterday I suddenly remembered another one from a few years ago that should have clued me in sooner about this ability. I crossed a large street intersection on my way home from a nearby bus stop. Checked to see if anyone needed help, but everyone thankfully was OK. Some folks on this site have talked about the importance of meditation. When I stop, my abilities fade. I think Jeanne has a guided meditation on this site, and maybe classes as well.
I found even 10 minutes a day made a huge difference. Thank you, Lynn. I meditate at the beginning of every reading with a client. And continue going into and out of meditation throughout the reading. When I do a future reading, like the kind we do to make predictions on this site, I always stay in meditation the whole time. Close your eyes. Go into your senses. Then ask a question and, continuing in meditation, see what comes to you. Walking slowly in the woods among the trees also works like a meditation, as long as you focus on experiencing your surroundings through your senses.
Smell the air, feeling the sun and the breeze and gaze at the trees and sky. Then ask your question and see what whispers or knowing or even visions come. Yes I have done meditations, but my psychic skill for whatever reason just comes naturally. I do owe a lot of credit to my friend Charlene who exposed me to all of this a few years ago. Most of the visions I have had over the past few years involved some combo of healing, saving others, energy work or angels being among them or being one.
In fact it was because of one named Debra, that I found out that I was an empath. I have no idea how she knew, but now I take it on as a badge of honor. This secret DNC server holding the transcript with the phone call with Ukraine is not connected to any network and could well be lock in a closet like a IT vault. She said that they had papers hidden in a vault. There was also something about cables.
Thanks, Adora, that is correct. I saw back in there was a closet that was locked and even disguised as something else or an effort had been made to hide it and in the closet were damning documents. But I have always felt there were many more hidden documents. I also read back in that there was a direct computer line, like a fax line, between Trump and The Kremlin going back a way. There a story published back in or 16 of some academic geek professors who discovered signals going from the Kremlin or a Kremlin friendly bank to Trump tower.
They did not know what kind of signals they were — but thought they were emails. They posted it on a geeky online discussion board. Soon after that the signals stopped. And I never heard about it again. Here are two predictions about a locked closet with hidden documents that I made for September You can find them in the Predictions listed in the menu below the current predictions.
September Predictions: A man tries to retrieve something that was hidden. This is about Trump and his family and team who have been hiding evidence in a boarded or locked closet. He seems to believe that Trump has nothing to hide. McGhan disagrees and is keeping some documents locked away. I see a bank vault and Trump. If Trump sought assistance from foreign countries to help him in the election you would think he likely did the same thing with respect to the election. We could have a totally unprecedented constitutional crisis on our hands with damning proof that Trump never won the election.
He simply lied, schemed, and cheated his way into getting the electoral college votes he needed. Russia is not necessarily the only foreign government involved. After reading your comment it got me thinking… lets say you are correct, what happens with not only the election it self but everything after. Does the prediction that democracy takes a beating flow from this partly? Sham presidency, national security and intelligence weakened or compromised, and elections being secure, fair, and legitimate?
Trust is eroding away from the federal institutions and maybe shifts back to stronger communities, local control and oversight. I think this was also a prediction. And yes, what about the supreme court and appointments? Yes you are correct there were predictions made by Jeanne in both areas you mentioned, but I forgot where they are at the moment.
And as we know national defense is both sacred as well as a great place for grift. This is exactly what Trump has enabled. According to Randi Rhodes that transcript is incomplete as there are segments that have been either deleted or altered. I want to inform you that the complete whistleblower report is out, but is somewhat redacted according to Thom Hartmann.
I would suggest checking out free speech TV to catch up on his show as well as Randi Rhodes. Of course you could go to their own YouTube channels as well. Are there any predictions about the young people like specifically Greta Thunburg, the young Swedish climate activist. Yes, thanks for asking. I saw for this time period in a meditation done at least a year ago that the young people were going to take over and change things especially with the climate. I will try to find it when I have time.
Big change. People rejoicing. Something good is happening politically in the US. Graciela Predicted in December Luminata —Young people feel strong, robust, beautiful! Working on the land. Jeanne Mayell —The youth do not want to play the old corporate game any more. Jeanne Mayell —Many youth are leaving corporate world Jeanne Mayell —A lot of chanting, meditation, sit-ins, protests, people are determined. We shall overcome. Jeanne Mayell —People are tired but not giving up. Jeanne Mayell —People continue to wake up and become more aware of their power. Charisse —Big movements formed.
Determined to take back the planet and the country. Jeanne Mayell —Florida starting to demand climate action. Jeanne Mayell —A maypole. Focus on the children of the world and their health, safety, food, and overall well being. Jan —More peaceful protests. Feels like the sixties with people singing. Hi Jeanne, thanks for posting these. It does give us a little hope in these otherwise grim times, this younger generation of activists—Greta Thunburg, The Sunrise Movement, the students from Parkland Florida, and all the others.
They face decades of entrenched neo-liberalism but they are inspiring. Now with 10 new entries! The Empaths survival Guide by Judith Orloff. Another day in Trump country, where our predator-in-chief spends the day going on twitter to insult children whilst reports surface showing that he withheld aid to a country and refused to budge until the country agreed to call an investigation into one of his political opponents. No doubt the next few months will be filled with one scandal after another on a daily basis while Trump continues to rob this country blind. All he needs to do is start another controversy.
And then another. His behavior alone is the driving force for bringing down the country in both body and spirit. Because Trump will do whatever it takes to save himself, and the Republicans will let him. When you guys do another sitting, please try to see whether the Republicans ever decide to break from Trump. Even if they are completely wiped out in the election, they will not see it as the rejection of their policies and try to change their ways.
I am truly curious as to what it will take to make them change their ways. Hundreds of children in ICE custody dying from neglect and lack of flu shots? Billions of farmers and workers losing their homes when the economy goes under? A liberal terrorist who gets pushed to the limit and decides to mow down Fox News or a Trump rally in a hail of bullets? Trump shooting and killing someone in broad daylight? Trump raping someone and it being caught on tape?
Trump raping a child and then forcing the child to abort her baby? Seriously, I would love to know where the limit is! Surely there is some point when Republican politicians realize they have gone too far. It is a shift that we have not seen before. It will take time to unfold, but it is an encouraging sign. Nobody in the republican party who is remaining will speak out against him less he be primaried or have his dirty secrets exposed ala Valerie Plame.
Someone in Trumps orbit must be holding contromat on every republican as leverage. But they are thinking only in terms of how they can best keep their own jobs and maintain their existing power. I expect to see the Republicans continue to stoop lower and lower when it comes to lying to protect Trump against accountability for his crimes. I expect to see Republican-leaning pastors continue to stoop lower and lower when it comes to making God a partisan political cheerleader who is completely blind to the deplorable morals of Donald Trump.
I expect to see Mitch McConnell stoop lower and lower to prevent votes in the Senate that would make Trump accountability for all the evil he has done. That is why they say nothing even though it goes against their own persona. Can someone tell me what happened? This is far from the first time something like this has occurred with me. Sean it was with little moments like that that I first experienced my gift. It is as if you suddenly had a portal open up and you could see what was going to happen.
Take it as a sign of your gift. Hi Sean, This happens with me too. My daughter who is 23 and my son 25 as well. My daughter said to me the other day, am I psychic or did I manifest that? We just know stuff. So I wrapped the baby in the light without capturing the stroller.
My first psychic experience was in the first grade, when I was in the school cafeteria on my way to turn in my tray. Seconds later I tripped and fell. Stuff like this has happened my whole life. When it does I feel such joy. Embrace it Sean! Someone cool from the other side it communicating with you! Embrace it you say? I go around doing chores, and have noticed fewer bugs, I only saw two ladybugs, two or three june bugs.
Same with bees. What was really weird, though, is the dead cicada that I found. Cicada are always the same size, and this one was smaller. Let me ask… have you noticed something like this before? Oh yes. The population has been down for three or four years. A person should have the right to defend themselves and their property from robbers or any other threats. Something about the downturn in economy causes more theft.
People taking higher risks to feed themselves and family. Am I wrong? This could just be a feeling but I was certain I read it here. Regardless, I believe the only solution is to give more to our neighbours to help them out of poverty. I believe the mindset needs to shift from fear thy neighbour to love thy neighbour. There are safer less violent ways for people to protect themselves than by packing loaded guns and being told they can just stand there and shoot someone they have decided is a threat.
There have been tragic abuses because of those laws which end out allowing people to murder with impunity. If you or anyone wants to discuss further, how about opening a thread on the subject in the forum? Hi friends, I am seeing these predictions from last 1 year and especially predictions for India during Modi regime and I noticed that something will happen in India in I saw some predicting light coming from India in I once got same message from spiritual master from Himalayas about India and Modi and he said that India will leave her last remains which held her transformation.
Is this same prediction done by first Indian spiritual leader who landed on soil of America , Swami Vivekananda that India will become spiritual leader in world. I want to know. May peace prevail in world. Moscow Mitch gave a speech yesterday about how the democrats are going to pack the courts with their judges when it is the republicans that have been doing that. What are they hiding? The repubs have a list of judges — all from the Heritage Foundation.
They outsource their recruiting to them. I just want to say something. While I despise Trump and many of his supporters for the damage being done to American democracy, I know that Republicans are just people like me doing what they believe to be right, the same as Democrats. I have come to realize that Trump is purposely spreading hatred in this country.
He is turning Americans against each other over politics to distract us while he destroys our democracy. We all need to wake up to this! Trump supporters have indeed hijacked the Republican party and made it like a cult as Joe Walsh put it bluntly , but there ARE some Republicans who see Trump for what he really is and are ashamed that they supported him.
Instead of fueling the fires of hate that Trump is spreading we need to realize that we are all human and we all make mistakes, and liberals and conservatives both need to get over their differences and work together to take this country back from that monster, or else it might be too late.
We need to embrace love and not hate. Learning to embrace love and not hate is something I myself am struggling with too, but I know this to be true. You wrote… While I despise Trump and many of his supporters for the damage being done to American democracy, I know that Republicans are just people like me doing what they believe to be right, the same as Democrats. Correct, but you forgot to add the fact that after the parties in effect switch places. You also wrote… I have come to realize that Trump is purposely spreading hatred in this country.
Correct, but those republicans who speak out against Trump will be turned on by those who do support the president. I think things are going to get really bad. Trump is already targeting California for trying their hardest not to let his BS policies effect their state too. Things are bad now Grayson, but they will get better. California will sue Trump and win.
Or tie him up in court at least. In the meantime, we have to endure what is, but the upside is we can do it with cool people on this site, most of whom would never have interacted with one another had trump not been elected. Silver lining, right? Yes indeed, but I caution you not to make faulty decisions based on fear. Grayson, reading this reminds me how much I want to know more about Republicans like you. Thank you for your words. I agree with everything you say here.
This morning in my meditation it came to me how critical it is that more of us find common ground…. I could vote for either depending on whst issues I support because I believe they both have good ideas and bad ideas. But I know that there was a time in this country when members of both parties could agree to disagree and still get along because thry loved this country in their own ways. They were not as openly hostile towards each other over their differences as they are now and that is why the US is in such a mess.
They both have strong misconceptions about each other and they spend too much time fighting instead of working together to fix this country. That is exactly what Trump wants too. He is playing both sides against each other in his quest for power. Grayson, please believe me when I say that many of us sympathize with Republicans who have, for all intents and purposes, have had their party destroyed by Trump and his merry band of corrupt followers.
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My neighbors, my friends, my colleagues, are almost exclusively Republican. But the majority are decent people, and we tend to agree on most things. The few Democrats in my area tend to come from families that have been Democrats for generations and thus it is automatically assumed that I was a Democrat before I was even old enough to vote Note: Before , I was independent, but Trump firmly pushed me into the Democratic Party.
The sad truth is, we need Non-Trump Republicans to reach out to us too. For years, I suffered discrimination simply because of who my family is. I am a Christian too! And I am voting Democrat because no party monopolizes Christianity! We need non-Trump Republicans to reach out and help us vote the corrupt element of their party out of office! By refusing to support a Democrat simply because the person is Democrat…is it any wonder that most people my age are thoroughly disgusted by the Republican Party right now?
We Democrats are not asking you to jump ship and become Democrats! We need the Republican party! A healthy democracy needs multiple parties to function properly, and some of the ideas that have originated from the Republican party are great. I am being completely honest when I say that right now the Real Republicans need to take their party back!
And since their leadership will not listen to them, they may need to try to work with the Democrats so at least they get some say as to who will run against Trump in We will gladly join you. We want to include you! Sometimes, people need to consider reaching across the isle and working with their perceived enemies in order to save their country.
The Israeli-Arab population actually did that this week and helped the Blue and White party obtain more seats in Parliament, which makes it more difficult for the current Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, in serious danger of losing his position and thus clearing the way for local prosecutors to move forward with charges of corruption which he used his position as Prime Minister to avoid and has attempted to pass laws to protect him from future prosecution.
Also, the recent moves by Boris Johnson in disrupting Parliament in Britain in order to get a no-deal Brexit caused members of his own party to rebel and join the opposition in passing a law that would prevent him from doing that. There are many good, decent, patriotic, and religious people out there who are Republican and whom I am proud to call my fellow Americans. But right now we need the Non-Trump Republicans to use the leverage they have and help us get rid of Trump and his cronies least they drag the rest of the Republican Party and the country with them.
Instead of quietly disagreeing, they need to demand accountability of their elected officials or, should their pleas continue to fall on deaf ears, need to work with Democrats and Independents to vote them and Trump out. This is no longer the time to continue to engage in petty bickering and divisiveness. But the longer Republicans remain silent on their outrage and horror about what Trump is doing, the harder it will be to salvage any salvation for the Republican Party as a whole.
I hope they do so. I will be among the first to welcome them. I understand where both of you are coming from.
If you wonder why the ultra right has been making waves in our government for the last few decades, this is one of the reasons, but it is far from the only one. Oil shortages. Karen … a possible hit as oil fields set on fire by drone in S A yesterday. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.
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It is a great experience. Predictions that have come true in last 30 days, every day there is a new hit. Help us find more. October 3 — Rains and hurricanes are large in force and their destructive power hits not only the US but also parts of Europe. Solar panels destroyed. October 2 — The U. Capitol has a baseball bat on it.
October 2 — People on strike, a union meeting, hard hats. Strike has cost GM over a billion dollars.