gabrielle nicole pharms

journalist // copywriter

austin, texas || usa

gabrielle nicole pharms

entertainment, booze, and travel writer.


The Best Of Black Stories On Netflix

When the array of companies – ranging from technology to F&B and beyond – boast diversity and equity, sometimes the verbiage doesn’t match action. However, Netflix got it right. The inclusion of the Black Stories category on Netflix showcases a variety of TV series, documentaries, originals, and movies that highlight Black talent.
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A Fresh Start and a Texas Wine Country Dream

It took a while, but the passionate and enthusiastic Sheila Adams knew it when she saw it: three acres of land in Spring Branch set squarely in the heart of the Hill Country. She and her husband Donald “D” Adams had been looking for the right place to start a winery together since she’d retired from the military after 24 years of service.
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Growing the Hill Country Wine Tradition

In 1973, recently married and stepping into their careers, Susan and Ed Auler took a life-changing trip to France in search of cattle for their sprawling ranch in rural Tow, Texas. The couple, who married shortly after graduating from the University of Texas, had planned to take the trip to research new cattle for Ed’s ranch, where he worked in addition to his law practice.
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Karin Gist On The Universality Of Her New Show, ‘Our Kind Of People’

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Is Fort Worth the Next Great American Booze City?

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Basil Hayden is the Super Premium Bourbon for Your Evening Nightcap

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The Magnificence of Chance the Rapper

Life as an artist in the not-so-roaring 2020s hasn’t been easy. With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic causing tour postponements and cancellations, the music industry has truly taken a hit. However, 2021 has one silver lining: Filmmakers and musicians are still creating, even if they can’t always hit the road to promote their work.
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Drink This, Not That: The New Classic Cocktails

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The Founders Of Elements Talk About Remaking Their Festival Community During Covid

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Siponey’s Amanda Victoria On Launching A Drinks Business From Scratch

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Explore East Africa's Underground Music Scene In SoundCloud's "SCENES" Series

East Africa’s rising underground music scene is not only impacting the continent, but also expanding its influence across the globe. SoundCloud's latest episode of their "SCENES" music discovery series introduces viewers to some Ugandan, Kenyan, and Tanzanian artists shaking things up. “SCENES: East African Underground” (watch below) comes with companion album Music for the Eagles, released via famed Kampala-based label, Nyege Nyege Tapes. Link to Story

Listen: Kamasi Washington Drops Alluring Cover Of Metallica's "My Friend of Misery"

With their new album 'Nowhere Generation,' rockers Rise Against sought to create a rallying cry for younger generations—and anyone barred from the American Dream. When Rise Against's Tim McIlrath talks to his fans and teenage daughters, a troubling throughline emerges: how difficult it is to achieve the American Dream. Link to Story


gabrielle nicole pharms

published in:

- mixmag
- travel + leisure
- w magazine (online)
- imbibe magazine
- bourbon+
- uproxx
- texas monthly (online)
- houstonia magazine (online)
- the bourbon review
- byline houston (formerly free press houston)
- vinepair
- tidal
- teen vogue (online)
- jay z's life + times
- good magazine
- artist direct
- beatport
- outdoor technology
- vice sports
- insomniac
- wonderland magazine (online)
- vibe magazine (online)
- dj mag
- runway magazine
- billboard (online)
- ily magazine



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