FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Chicago Drinks is the Chicago Reader‘s new feature and destination for discovering what the city and surrounding areas have to offer Chicagoans that are 21 years old and wiser. In print, readers find weekly drink specials and promotional content. At drinks.chicagoreader.com, readers come across a growing archive of video spots featuring bartenders, owners, bouncers and other interesting people that make drinking a culture. The site also features a weekly bar tab contest, more drink specials, flickr group, and a database of bars, clubs, restaurants, etc. Chicago Drinks officially launched June 12, 2008 in print and online!
For additional information or arrange interviews, contact Jane Hanna at jhanna (at) chicagoreader.com .
About Chicago Reader:
Published since 1971, the Chicago Reader is widely recognized as one of the leading alternative weeklies in the U.S. It specializes in features rather than news, with emphasis on urban issues and politics, arts and culture, and literary journalism that seeks to capture the spirit of contemporary city life. The paper has won numerous journalistic awards and honors, both local and national, and is well-known as a showcase for Chicago’s most talented writers, critics, photographers, and illustrators.
The Reader is also well-known for its indispensable guides to Chicago theater, film, arts, and music, and for an extensive classified advertising section that focuses on the needs of young urban adults. It is a controlled-circulation newspaper distributed primarily in city neighborhoods where young people live in high concentrations.