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  • Maryland Wineries Association to host mead and cider event

    Maryland Wineries Association to host mead and cider event
    This could be the big summer of cider. We've fallen hard for the crisp dry hard ciders coming out of Millstone Cellars in Monkton, which are so refreshing for hot-weather dining. The Maryland Wineries will host Locapour - Drink Local, a tasting event at...
  • Dooby's to open The Hatch on new space in Mount Vernon

    Don't worry, Dooby's will be here soon. That's the word from Dooby himself. Dooby's is the long-long-awaited Mount Vernon cafe from Phil Han, the Gilman alumnus whose childhood nickname is now plastered on the Park Plaza building, which has been without...
  • Five great places to drink craft beer in O.C.

    Five great places to drink craft beer in O.C.
    The craft beer scene in Orange County is thriving, and besides the great bars and restaurants highlighting craft brews, there are a dozen breweries serving the thirsty crowds from Seal Beach to San Clemente. Here are five tasting rooms at Orange County'...
  • Elmer T. Lee dies at 93; distiller helped revive bourbon industry

    Longtime Kentucky bourbon maker Elmer T. Lee, who introduced a single-barrel bourbon brand that helped spark the industry's comeback, has died. He was 93. Lee, who held the title of master distiller emeritus at the Buffalo Trace Distillery, died Tuesday...
  • City Link Happy Hour Guide 2010

    City Link Happy Hour Guide 2010
    America's Backyard (photo by Beth Black) During tough economic times, when the unemployment rate reaches double digits, corporations lay off employees like fat guys lay off salads, and the American dream loses touch with reality, people more readily...
  • Brewski Couture: Hop online to check out this six-pack of cool beer accessories

    Brewski Couture: Hop online to check out this six-pack of cool beer accessories
    It’s hard to imagine that when ancient civilizations as far back as the 5thmillennium BC created the first incarnations of the frothy delight we now call beer that the billion-dollar brewing industry today would also give rise to some nifty adult...
  • Go swimming with the turtles in Barbados

    Go swimming with the turtles in Barbados
    BRIDGETOWN, Barbados — Turtles, rum and glistening white-sand beaches. A toast to sun-splashed Barbados and three of its biggest attractions. Turtle snorkels in Barbados are very popular. Tourists on a boat don snorkels and masks and quickly enter...
  • Virgin Islands mansion preserves 250-year-old way of life

    Virgin Islands mansion preserves 250-year-old way of life
    FREDERIKSTED, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands - The Estate Whim Museum provides a look at what life was like 250 years ago on a sugar-cane island. It includes the plantation house, slave quarters, outlying buildings, a towering windmill and the remains of...
  • New spirit infuses historic Mount Vernon

    New spirit infuses historic Mount Vernon
    MOUNT VERNON, Va. — If it looks like scotch whisky, smells like scotch whisky and tastes like scotch whisky, then it must be scotch whisky, right? Well, sort of. When it's made in the United States, specifically at George Washington's Distillery...
  • Simply delicious

    Simply delicious
    Not everything has to be complicated, says Todd Leopold, co-owner and founder of Leopold Bros. distillery. His artisan liqueurs boast distinct, pure flavors that anyone can enjoy. That doesn't mean there isn't a place for libations such as wine or...
  • Ravenswood a neighborly 'hood

    Ravenswood a neighborly 'hood
    Cartographically speaking, Chicago is pretty neat. There exists a grid of streets occasionally bisected by diagonals to create six-cornered intersections -- the proverbial root of the Chicago "hard left" versus the "soft left." There are abandoned...