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MAP: What Country Drinks the Most Alcohol?

MAP: What Country Drinks the Most Alcohol?

It might sometimes feel like you are the only one in your neighborhood with empty bottles or beer cans on recycling day. If you live in Moldova or Belarus, however, that’s actually pretty unlikely. Those two countries drink the most alcohol per capita worldwide, according to data collected by the Global Information System on Alcohol […]

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The Road to Prohibition Was Due North of the Gulf of Wretchedness, According to These Maps

The Road to Prohibition Was Due North of the Gulf of Wretchedness, According to These Maps

Temperance maps are among America’s most curious creative legacies. Missionaries, sobriety activists, and similarly minded reformers used cartography to promote teetotalism in the 19th century, 100 years prior to nationwide Prohibition. An unsubtly proselytizing precursor to infographics, these elaborately imagined maps visualized the benefits of abstinence from alcohol. Among their architects was Rev.

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The Definitive Guide to Oregon’s Willamette Valley (INFOGRAPHIC)

The Definitive Guide to Oregon’s Willamette Valley (INFOGRAPHIC)

The Willamette Valley put Oregon on the wine-drinking map. This 120-mile-long region, flanked by Portland and Eugene, is responsible for 72 percent of the state’s wine production and all of its most revered wineries. As the region’s reputation has soared, oenophiles have championed the particularities of the region as a whole, as well as the appellations […]

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