Chris Barth’s writing career began at the age of 6, when he penned the masterpiece Chris Is Book. While his work has yet to live up to the Dadaist brilliance of that first foray into literature, Chris continues to try on a daily basis, writing about everything from music to finance in a variety of publications. He also takes pictures of things, since he can’t draw. His scribblings and photographs have appeared on RollingStone.com, Forbes.com, Pretty Much Amazing, Melophobe, and The Stu Reid Experiment. The first sentence of the first story Chris wrote for a national publication contained the phrase "Unicorn Farts."
Justine Sterling has been drinking since day one. For reals. Having grown up on a vineyard, wine is in her blood. Over the years she has worked in nearly all aspects of the booze business - she has yet to actually stomp the juice out of the grapes. Brooklyn based, Justine makes her living serving, selling and writing about alcohol (with a little bit of food thrown in there as well). Her work has appeared in such publications as Meatpaper, The New York Post and Time Out New York. Once she made prison hooch. It's technical name is pruno. Ask her about it - it wasn't that bad.
At a corporate retreat Chris Harbour attended in 2009, his performance in the flag football tournament garnered the following reactions: rifle, cannon, like a pro, sick arm (this from an elderly member of the HR group), gun, laser, no arc, perfectly accurate, where did [he] play in college?, bullets, flawless spirals, unfair, massive, rocket, rocket arm, the kid with the golden arm. This list exists because he meticulously recorded everything people said to him at the time, to show to hot babes and potentially include on future drafts of his resume. Chris also enjoys playing the drums.