City Winery serves over 1,000,000 glasses of tap wine produced in New York City.
City Winery’s 4th location opens up in Nashville.
Lou Reed participates in his last Seder at City Winery, March 19th, 2013.
Writes embarrassing list of accomplishments for website.
Serves wine to Mayor Bloomberg and Paul Simon.
Awarded Humanitarian Honor by Young Audiences NY.
Produces R.E.M. tribute concert at Carnegie Hall.
Opens City Winery NYC.
Produce’s Israel’s 60th Anniversary Celebration at Radio City Music Hall.
Produces Bruce Springsteen Tribute Concert at Carnegie Hall.
Produces Grand Opening concert for 7 World Trade Center.
Produces Joni Mitchell Tribute at Carnegie hall.
Starts Tribeca Hebrew and makes first custom barrel of wine in California.
Resigns as Chairman and CEO of KnitMedia/Knitting Factory.
Delivers commencement address to alma mater - the Business School at Washington University.
Last Investment round in KnitMedia, Internet bubble bursts.
Knitting Factory Hollywood opens for business.
Sells co-ownership in DCN to fund Knitting Factory Hollywood.
Produces Bell Atlantic Jazz Festival.
Produces first Texaco NY Jazz Festival and presents a compilation CD to President Bill Clinton.
Writes business plan and co-founds Digital Club Network.
Closes first 3rd-party investment into KnitMedia, parent of Knitting Factory venues.
Produces Intel NY Music Festival and Plug-In Conference.
Produced first Downtown Seder at the Knitting Factory.
Moves Knitting Factory club to Tribeca, NYC. Lou Reed plays.
Produces first What is Jazz? Festival in NYC.
Produces first Knitting Factory Festival in Groningen, Holland.
Launches Knitting Factory Records and signs deal with A&M Records.
Opens the Knitting Factory on Houston Street, NYC.