Editors' pick

Cocktails Without Borders


Editorial Review

If there's an emergency situation in some far-off country, it's a safe bet that Doctors Without Borders will be there. Pakistan, Somalia and Bangladesh are among the places where free medical care has been made available to refugees and civilians in recent months. Doctors Without Borders -- also known by its French name, Mdecins Sans Frontires -- may have won the Nobel prize for its work, but praise doesn't pay to keep vital services flowing. That's where you come in. Cocktails Without Borders at Josephine is a fundraiser for the organization; a $20 cover charge ($10 in advance) and a percentage of the bar sales will go straight into the coffers. In return, attendees receive drink specials from 6 to 11, including $4 shooters, $5 bottled beers, $6 mango mojitos and house cocktails, and $7 Glenfiddich drinks. (The first 200 folks through the door also get a free glass of champagne.) DJ M provides dance music.