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  • 'It's hard to say goodbye' to Kingsmill

    At least the burial was proper. Anheuser-Busch InBev could have terminated the LPGA Tour's seven-year run at Kingsmill with a faceless press release — in Dutch even — or an awkward teleconference. Instead, brewery officials summoned...
  • Nancy Silverton and Mario Batali may open a Mozza in O.C.

    Nancy Silverton and Mario Batali may open a Mozza in O.C.
    Nancy Silverton and Mario Batali's Mozza restaurants have been a huge hit in Los Angeles, and now the duo hopes the concept will have the same success overseas -- and possibly in Orange County. In a recent interview, Batali said he and Silverton, with...
  • North Haven Distributor Works At Gauging Trends In Wines, Liquors

    North Haven Distributor Works At Gauging Trends In Wines, Liquors
    Slocum & Sons, a wine and liquor distributor based in North Haven, has thrived by adapting to changes in what people are drinking. In the 1970s, the company sold mostly spirits, or hard liquor, but as America's drinking tastes began to shift from...
  • Hotel gift shops go glam

    Hotel gift shops go glam
    The days when taking home a souvenir from your favorite hotel meant a bad logo T-shirt or golf visor are long gone. How about a Rebecca Minkoff bag? The W Hotel's stores have one in an exclusive shade of turquoise. A pair of Band of Outsiders pajamas?...
  • What's the Catch?

    What's the Catch?
    It was during my first year in L.A., toward the bottom of my third glass of wine, as my office clock passed 10:30 a.m. and the writer leaned forward, blouse largely unbuttoned, to pour me a fourth while continuing to propose her TV series about the wine...
  • Dark days for Cult Cabs

    Dark days for Cult Cabs
    Is the Cult Cab dead? The current economy has created ominous rumblings in the market for Napa Valley wine. Demand for high-end super-premium Cabs, even so-called cult wines, has weakened considerably with the recession. Sales are stagnant, inventories...
  • Cut your car costs

    When gas prices fluttered around $4 a gallon, the grumbling of consumers could be heard far and wide. Now that it's back down below $2 for regular, the volume of complaints has lessened considerably. But gas is far from the only expense involved in...
  • Review: Sepia -- 3 stars

    Sepia *** When a highly regarded restaurant loses its chef, we tend to hold our breath. The better the restaurant, the deeper we inhale.It's a reflex. We tend to think of a chef and his restaurant (even when it's not "his" restaurant) as inextricably...
  • Tragedy in Madeira stirs memories of paradise

    News reports of the horrific flooding on the Portuguese island of Madeira refer to it as a popular tourist destination, and it is -- if you happen to be British or German. It is not so well known here, even among Americans affluent enough to take...
  • Wine roads ramble along the Missouri River

    Wine roads ramble along the Missouri River
    A two-day exploration of the wineries along the lower Missouri River began in the ancient cellars of Stone Hill in Hermann, where wine began aging 150 years ago, and ended on the crowded party deck of Chandler Hill near Defiance, where the first vintage...
  • Brewery Tours of San Diego