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  • From Slovenia? Wild, wild wines

    "ANARCHIC" winemakers. Tiny ancient vineyards. Wines aged in clay jugs. Sacrilegious blends -- Merlot, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. In the ever-widening world of wine, Slovenia -- the Central European country bordered by Italy, Austria, Hungary and...
  • Paratrooper killed in Afghanistan by suicide bomber

    Paratrooper killed in Afghanistan by suicide bomber
    Before Blue Rowe went overseas, he always made sure everything was squared away at home. Just two days before he left for Afghanistan last August, the Army sergeant paid all the bills and helped his wife, Cindy, and 8-year-old son Andrew settle into a...
  • Chat with California Cook columnist Russ Parsons

    2007-07-26 13:02:38.0 Administrator2: Hello and welcome to the Food Chat with Russ Parsons! We'll begin in a moment; in the meantime, please feel free to submit your questions. You'll see them appear in the chat window once we get started. 2007-07-26 13:...
  • Underrated destinations recommended by Times readers

    Nature in the Eastern Sierra Nevadas. Art in a deep Polish salt mine. A friendly Wisconsin town. A hike with views of the Tasmanian coast. Readers have spanned the globe and discovered adventure, history and in many places, peace. Here are some of their...
  • Tours and cruises in the Rockies, Mediterranean and Thailand

    SAN DIEGO A museum sleepover Bed down next to the baby brontothere at the San Diego Natural History Museum. "A Day in Pompeii" Family Camp-In gives parents and kids after-dark access to the museum's new exhibition in its first West Coast appearance....
  • World of change in winemaking

    World of change in winemaking
    Chicagoans are thirsty. Whether it's an $8 glass of 2006 Brooks Riesling from Oregon raised in a toast at Webster's Wine Bar in Lincoln Park, a $15 bottle of French ros� named the "Pink Criquet" and tossed back on an Oak Park porch, or a $2,125 bottle...
  • Your Scene: Hanging out in Dubrovnik, Croatia

    The small chores that make up the fabric of life in other countries enrich a traveler's experience, as Doug Allen of Rancho Palos Verdes found out on his May trip to Dubrovnik, Croatia. In town because of a cruise, the 77-year-old and his wife, Gail, were...
  • Travel resources and deals

    --The new Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Dubrovnik, the largest resort on Croatia's Dalmatian coast, has opening rates starting around $210 a night. radissonblu.com/resort-dubrovnik --People planning to visit the historic old mining town of Mineral Point,...
  • U.S. accepting international help with gulf oil spill, State Department says

     
    The United States is accepting help from 12 countries and international organizations in dealing with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the State Department said Tuesday. The State Department said in a news release that the U.S.......
  • Around the world and back

    And to think it all began in Michigan. The spark for Good Eating's six-month, globe-girdling series of reports on wine regions both legendary and emerging was a sign alongside a Northern Michigan highway marking the 45th parallel. Winemakers on Leelanau...
  • Go native in Europe and Japan -- take the train

    Who rides trains these days? Europeans, for starters. And the Japanese, of course. And maybe you, if you're looking to discover new places and save some money while you're in Britain or Ireland, on the Continent or in Japan. Rail passes, savvy travelers...