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Mr. Brian O. Hill

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Professional Diversified Flooring Inc
4 Vanderbilt, Suite A
Irvine , California 92618
United States

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Chef Brian Hill ..., 14 July 2014 [cached]
Chef Brian Hill
The Daytona Beach News-Journal, 19 Mar 2005 [cached]
If the Legislature repeals a much-hated tax on liquor by the drink, "it would be alcohol independence day," said Brian Hill, owner of Brian's Bar-B-Q in DeLand and former chairman of the Florida Restaurant Association.
July is when the legislation would go into effect.Casual drinkers may be unaware, but anyone who has ever ordered a mug of beer, glass of wine or a cocktail at a restaurant or bar may have noticed an alcohol surcharge on their bill.
Hill said customers, especially tourists, "can't believe it.You mean the government is taxing my beer?"
While the Legislature has already reduced the tax by two-thirds, it is still noticeable to some drinkers since alcohol is taxed by the ounce.
"If it's a large party and they order a couple of bottles of wine and cocktails, it can add up to a few dollars," Hill said.
Rules are so arcane that restaurants and bars must keep track of spilled alcohol, Hill said.A customer is not supposed to be taxed on a new drink if his original drink was spilled.
Untitled Document, 10 Feb 2011 [cached]
Mr. Brian O. Hill, curator of the Trenton City Museum awarded 14 awards to exhibiting members.
Trenton Downtown Association, 30 Jan 2009 [cached]
Brian O. Hill of Trenton, director of The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, also is known to thou sands of children as Santa Claus. About this time of year he dons his trademark red suit (no fake beard necessary) and begins making ap pearances as the jolly old elf. But year 'round he has another talent, which won him first place in this year's Holiday Pie Contest sponsored by the Trenton Downtown Association. Full Text
En route to his museum ..., 6 May 2008 [cached]
En route to his museum directorship, Brian Hill has been artist, craftsman, athlete, musician -- event Santa Claus.
Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Executive Director Brian Hill with a selection of the pottery he's made atop the dining room table he crafted.Behind him, a china cabinet he made from a gun case he'd previously made for his brother.
AFTER 36 years of marriage, Brian Hill's wife, Linda, still admires his aesthetic: "Brian can set a fork on the table and it becomes a work of art," she says in the dining room of their Trenton home.
Mr. Hill, marking his 10-year anniversary as director of the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, is something of a Renaissance man.He has played in a band, excelled as a fine woodworker, been a sculptor and ceramic artist, and restored an historic building.As such, his path has not always been a straight one.And yet all the side trips have served to enrich his life experiences and add to his talents as a museum administrator.And yes, Virginia, there really is a Santa Claus â€" his red pickup truck is parked in the back of the museum.
Visitors to Ellarslie, admiring the spring gardens, may stop to chat with the man laying the mulch, only to discover he is the very same gentleman in the tux who greeted them to that last art opening.Regulars to the museum have seen him do everything from painting the walls, directing interns, organizing concerts, making house calls to artists, meeting with board members and giving opening night speeches.He even answers the phone when you call the museum.
Mr. Hill has had close relationships with many of the artists he's exhibited, and their artwork is displayed in his home: Bronze figures by Kate Graves, paintings by Thomas Kelly, cartoons by Michelle Post, watercolors by Tom Malloy and ceramics by the late James Colavita.He even has the sketch for the portrait painter Mel Leipzig made of him.
But the artist whose oeuvre is most represented in his home is Brian Hill.There's a ceramic pot self-portrait on top of a china closet he made, and the dining table is made from quarter-sawn mahogany with traditional style legs and brass feet.
When his brother died, Mr. Hill repurposed it.
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