Forbes (January 2014) »

"Our selected group of twenty-somethings -- from restauranteurs and sommeliers to entrepreneurs and small-batch food artisans -- is creating a food and drink scene that's bursting at the seams with flavor and verve."

NationSwell (November 2013) »

"Nothing says 'successful party' like a huge overflowing trash can full of paper plates and plastic cups. But ugh, so much waste. Brooklyn performance artist Emily Doubilet took this on as problem she could solve with a new business with a conscience. Her “Susty Party” products are eco-friendly, colorful and manufactured in the U.S. by an Ohio non-profit that employs visually impaired people."