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  • Wine tasting, free Wi-Fi planned for updated Grand Central Market

     
    Downtown Los Angeles' re-imagined Grand Central Market may soon have wine tasting, free wi-fi and couches – kind of like "downtown's living room," one consultant said....
  • Warning: Celebratory gunfire for New Year's could land you in prison

     
    Los Angeles leaders on Thursday warned that anyone discharging a firearm into the air to celebrate the new year won't only risk killing someone but could also face a lengthy sentence....
  • L.A. city official hands new victory to Chinatown Wal-Mart

     
    A high-level official in the L.A. city planning department has handed a key victory to Wal-Mart, rejecting a request to throw out building permits for a hotly contested grocery store in Chinatown....
  • K Restaurant hosting Halter Ranch food and wine tasting

     
    Chef Kevin Fonzo and his team at K Restaurant Wine Bar in Orlando's College Park is hosting a Halter Ranch Vineyard food and wine tasting Monday March 11. the cost is $75 per person excluding tax and gratuity. The historic Halter Ranch winery and vineyard...
  • Food, wine tasting, music: Event will help support SpayNSave pet clinic

     
    Spay and neuter — it's so¬† imperative to do this to stop pet overpopulation and save animals from helpless, hopeless lives of abuse, neglect and tragedy. And Central Florida is fortunate to have the SpayNSave affordable spay/neuter clinic in...
  • Water, wine — Arizona?

    Water, wine — Arizona?
    COTTONWOOD, Ariz. — Wine, kayaking, Arizona. The initial concept seemed to be something of an oxymoron. The parched landscape surrounding the Phoenix airport added to the impression that this was far from the usual wine-growing area. And the...
  • Hoofing it

    Hoofing it
    First, we drank a glass of sweet fermented bernache, pink and bubbly, with our lunch appetizer of warmed chestnuts. Then a local Cotes de Bourg, to accompany the chicken, salad and pate. As we moved on to the cheese course, another Cotes de Bourg...
  • Touring the Biltmore, on horseback and foot

    Touring the Biltmore, on horseback and foot
    ASHEVILLE, N.C. - From the back, the Biltmore House appears sleeker and taller than it does from the front. Built into a hillside, the back side is six stories tall, rising majestically from its stone facing to its French Gothic spires, while the front is...
  • California hotels hosting culinary classes and events

    California hotels hosting culinary classes and events
    Hungry for a change of pace? Eat, drink and indulge your need to escape during a foodie weekend, a tasty trend sweeping the hotel industry. You can compare flights of wine, learn how to make sushi or whip up a classic French dessert. Then retreat to...
  • Southern California Close-Up: Santa Barbara County wine country

    Southern California Close-Up: Santa Barbara County wine country
    About 20 miles beyond the red-tile roofs of downtown Santa Barbara, it begins: the rolling blond hills that go indecently green in spring, the massive estates and miniature horses, the sprawling vineyards and "Sideways" scenery, the dude ranch with 10,000...
  • Experience grand vistas as Amtrak's Empire Builder travels through Montana and the Rockies

    Experience grand vistas as Amtrak's Empire Builder travels through Montana and the Rockies
    NEAR WAGNER, Montana - The train rolls past distant hills - mountains, an easterner would call them. But it's just a tease. Out here is mostly prairie and thin wire fences and undulating gray moguls of land, mysterious for what lies beneath, all...