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Liberalized drug laws are on the rise, with Chicago decriminalizing marijuana possession, the Illinois House approving pot for medical use and two states legalizing the substance altogether. But those are baby steps compared with the drug policy adopted...
Born and raised in Iowa, Nora Kirkpatrick is enjoying quite the career. Besides her role as Rainn Wilson's girlfriend, Esther, on "The Office," she performs comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade and is part of the folk group Edward Sharpe and the...
Special to Tribune NewspapersOf all the wines that work well with cold weather at the top of the list must be port. The history of port alone is a winter's tale, a story best told at the fire-lit hearth. Port is the only wine to have been invented by mistake and political intrigue....
Tags: England, Honey, Grapes, Dining and Drinking, United Kingdom
Financial TimesA thick mist descends on London as I make my way to Mayfair to meet Africa’s richest woman. It seems apt. Isabel dos Santos’s name is more widely known since, earlier this month, Forbes declared her the continent’s first female...
Los Angeles TimesHey, Justin Bieber, One Direction has your back. In a turn of events that surely has every teeny-bopper and tween heart aflutter around the world, members of the British boy band have backed up the Biebs after a trip to their homeland pretty much rocked...
LISBON, Portugal (AP) - Portuguese authorities say they have seized 79 metric tons (87 U.S. tons) of beef products containing traces of horse meat in recent days and opened criminal proceedings against five local companies. Horse meat has recently...
Jordan Peck found at: Vinted Wine Bar (West Hartford) What's a good wine to pair with chocolate? Portuguese wines pair naturally with chocolate, especially dark chocolate. Everyone knows Portugal for dessert wines. I would suggest Colheita Quinita Do...
A fellow used to tell me that "every January, my wallet gets muscle cramps." Year-end spending can best the best of us; to be frugal in the new year is an easy resolution. But the table wants its wine in times both bull and bear. So, today, some tips...
Tags: Downton Abbey (tv program), Italy, Chile, France, Rome (Italy)
Skipping senior year and moving on to the future is easier than it seems. Turns out, four years is not necessary to obtain 24 credits. Sagemont School junior Daniel Cardamone made the decision to graduate early because he would prefer not to waste a...
Is the weather outside frightful? Well, what's inside the wine is delightful: warming flavors of dark red fruits — as in a berry pie steaming from the oven; chalky, chewy tannins to give the jaw both a workout and a sense of purpose; and often...
Tags: Italy, Chile, France, Wines, Maurice Sendak
Is one of your plans for 2013 to retire somewhere your retirement income will stretch the furthest? Or are you just beginning to scout out retirement options? In any case, you might well want to check out one or more of the most highly recommended...
Tags: Real Estate, Uruguay, Italy, Dominican Republic, Thailand
This month, the Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center plays host to more than 40 paintings documenting James Parsons' travels throughout North America, Russia, Portugal, Italy, France and other countries. The paintings are in oil, acrylic and...
Tags: U.S. Marine Corps, Italy, Travel, Russia, Fine Artists
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