Bruce Levenson is a well-known and successful businessman with many accomplishments. Bruce was born in Washington, D.C. but he grew up in Maryland. He attended law school and during this time his career in journalism started. He graduated from American University with a Law Degree. He also attended Washington University where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts Degree. He is a philanthropist. Bruce is one of the co-owners of the Atlanta Hawks. He helps to operate the Atlanta Hawks basketball team and the Phillips Arena. Since 2004, he has served on the NBA Board as the Hawks Governor. He is also the Atlanta Hawk’s managing partner. In 1977, he co-founded the United Communications Group. Bruce has written for the Washington Star and Observer Publishing. He is now currently on the Board of Directors for his public trades in various media companies like IT Industry.
Bruce participates attentively in philanthropic organizations, and Forbes recently profiled him so people could get a closer look. He has worked for different foundations one that helps low income children by aiding in higher education. He helps with the U.S. Holocaust Museum. He funds the Museum’s Bringing the Children Home program. This program teaches children about the Holocaust. They can also sign up to be tour guides at the museum. Bruce and his wife have encouraged others by teaching them how to run non-profit organizations. They also teach people how to run non-profit organizations and how they are helpful to the community. Bruce has donated too many charities throughout the years. He is an outstanding role model for communities everywhere. He has been the President of the I Have a Dream foundation. His hard work and dedication is what makes him a distinguished business leader.
When paired with delicious food, a good wine transcends a simple libation and becomes something more. It complements the meal and makes it that much better. A full bodied red, or a crisp white, can make eating simple food an experience. But pair the wrong food with a red, a blush, or a white, and it simply becomes something you do to exist. And who wants to simply exist?
Why does merlot go better with duck than with gazpacho, for instance? Because of quite a few things, actually. First you must know how much sugar, acid, and fat is in the food. Also, know how the wine tastes by itself. Does it have a smoky aftertaste? Or is it sweet? Alfredo goes with white wine better because the light, fruity wine pairs well with the creamy thick sauce. A good cut of steak goes well with cabernet sauvignon because the meat’s proteins and fats lessen the tannins and help the underlying flavors of fruit and berries to come out, which plays well with the smoky flavor of the steak.
Knowing how the wine tastes beforehand is very important, so go to a few wine tastings. This saves you from having to buy a bottle and find out it’s not to your tastes. The Antique Wine Company has wine tastings that are famous the world over, so if you can, attend one. Learn from the Masters, literally. Antique Wine Company employs some of the most knowledgeable sommeliers in the business. In one tasting you can go from knowing nothing about wine to pairing melon salad and Prosecco like a pro.
If you’ve ever spilled something on yourself while eating, you may have had someone jokingly tell you, “You look good in what you eat.” However, Olivia Mears is a young lady who takes that phrase even more literally. She is the artist and costume designer behind the dress that will be featured in a new Taco Bell ad coming out this Sunday. (No, it isn’t that black and blue or gold and white dress this time). Alexei Beltyukov has read that Mear’s dress is of interest to Taco Bell, because it is completely fashioned out of food wrappers from the fast-food chain. Click Here. You might even say that she looks “good enough to eat.” Groan if you want to, but Mears won first place and a trip to Los Angeles for her efforts in a contest that was totally up her alley. How much better does it get than to have fun, to use your giftings, to win a prize, to get a trip, to star in a TV advertisement, to do something you love, and to take a stand for something you believe in?