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Many Napa Valley wineries are beginning to welcome visits from families, and they're making a serious effort to keep the kids engaged. Lest we forget, wineries are farms, and in many cases they have farm animals, game birds, fish ponds, picnic grounds and...
'Hey Bartender,' the movie: The cocktail documentary "Hey Bartender" opens Friday for its weeklong run at Sundance Sunset Cinemas. The film is an ode to mixology and follows a former Marine bartender shaking his way toward stardom at New York's...
Online food purveyor New York Mouth is now simply Mouth. The Brooklyn-based company, which sells local goods from indie food makers located across New York's five boroughs, has recently expanded its online shopping platform to also include handmade,...
Tags: Honey, Brooklyn (New York City), Thyme
To some, a Mother's Day getaway means a don't-look-back, tires-screeching hall pass for an escape with girlfriends. To others, it means an amorous sojourn with a husband or partner. Then there are those who want to take along their kids or even the family...
Fifty miles north of San Francisco, straddling U.S. Highway 101, sits Santa Rosa, former home of Charles M. Schulz and the gang from "Peanuts." From the highway, as you boom past at 70 mph, Santa Rosa appears to be just another somewhere on the way to...
That bottle of Bordeaux you put aside may become even rarer in the next few decades as climate change could reduce wine grape production in traditional parts of the world and move it elsewhere, researchers say. Danish Cabernet, anyone? Wine grape...
SACRAMENTO — As the national firearms debate reaches a crescendo, a Northern California congressman is proving that you can be both a gun lover and a gun controller. Rep. Mike Thompson of St. Helena, a moderate "blue dog" Democrat who represents...
Strawberry nachos in Oxnard? Playing dress-up in your finest big-band-era garb for a weekend of music in Ventura? Toasting Mother Nature at an Earth Day festival in Santa Barbara? Take your pick. The Central Coast is ripe with plenty of escapes this...
If the recent spate of below average temps has you singing the winter blues in Los Angeles, it is time to leave the city behind and hit the open road. A weekend in the country exploring vast vino landcapes is just what the doctor ordered. The Santa Ynez...
When I was in Solvang a couple of weeks ago for the Garagiste Festival: Southern Exposure, afterwards I headed to Full of Life Flatbread in Los Alamos for dinner. The place is only open Thursday through Sunday and I’d never happened to be up...
The international auction house Christie's opens bidding for the first of their spring online-only wine auctions. Interested collectors have until Feb. 26 at noon Eastern time to place their bids for Signature Cellars IV. You, too, can bid on a mix of ...
Tags: Auction Service, Italy, Wines
New York restaurateurs are a generous lot: Witness the way the city’s chefs and restaurateurs pulled together to feed 9/11 workers a decade ago. Now, Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group and wine director and Master Sommelier John...
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