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  • Winter Garden's wine weekend

    Wine weekend in Winter Garden If developers have their way, Winter Garden may have a microbrewery and taproom at the proposed Plant Street Market in the historic downtown district. Although that project is a ways down the road, we may get to preview...
  • Car Severs Pole, Hits Wine Shop In Middletown, Police Say

    Car Severs Pole, Hits Wine Shop In Middletown, Police Say
    MIDDLETOWN — Police are trying to find out why a car went off the road and smashed into a wine shop late Wednesday. The crash happened about 11:30 p.m. at The Wine Cellar, 346 South Main St., at Pameacha Avenue, Officer David Godwin stated in a...
  • Shuck and awe at new oyster restaurants

    Shuck and awe at new oyster restaurants
    Chicago's love for oysters dates back to the mid-1800s, when trains from the East Coast made oysters accessible to rich and poor alike. Today, specialists such as GT Fish & Oyster and Shaw's Crab House shuck thousands of oysters each week, and oysters...
  • Side Dish: Titanic dinner at Weaversville Inn

    Take a culinary trip back to a legendary time April 12 and 13 at the Weaversville Inn's Dinner on The RMS Titanic. For the fourth year, the Northampton restaurant will serve up a modified menu of the original 11-course menu from the First Class Dining...
  • Rockville Man Charged With Sexual Assault Of A Minor

    Rockville Man Charged With Sexual Assault Of A Minor
    VERNON — A Rockville man is facing charges for allegedly exposing himself to a sleeping teen and abusing another girl over several years, police said. Daniel Wine, 45, is facing 17 charges for the two assaults, including four counts of first-degree...
  • Solvang's Garagiste Festival features some hidden treasures, but you'd better act quick

    Solvang's Garagiste Festival features some hidden treasures, but you'd better act quick
    The annual Garagiste Festival: Southern Exposure is one of the most relaxing and low-key wine events of the season. But when you taste something you like, you'd better jump on it. You may not get a second chance to buy.  This year (the second), it...
  • Howard County dining: The Ale House

    Howard County dining: The Ale House
    Unless you’ve been held hostage in a Loire Valley vineyard for the past several years, you’re aware that beer these days enjoys much of the cachet that used to belong only to wine. Indeed, boutique breweries abound on these shores, and it...
  • 'Special is standard' at Bethlehem's Sweet Indulgence Cafe

    'Special is standard' at Bethlehem's Sweet Indulgence Cafe
    It was no joke and all business when Bethlehem's newest eatery, Sweet Indulgence Cafe, opened on April Fools' Day. The 50-seat restaurant at 216 E. Broad St. serves everything from rotating soups and quiches to a large variety of tapas, including...
  • Around Town

    Around Town
    FUNDRAISERS Fine wine and animal care Taste some wine, save a pet, go home with an auction item. The Seal Beach Animal Care Center is hosting its eighth annual wine tasting fundraiser April 12 and has coordinated with the San Clemente Wine Co. to...
  • Zesty wines for an oil-poached fish

    Zesty wines for an oil-poached fish
    Delicious food and wine pairings almost always factor such individual elements as fat, salt, acidity, sweetness, tannins and alcohol in either the wine and food, then knowing how well (or poorly) these elements play together. In this recipe, you'd think...
  • Rioja: 'brand' or 'land'?

    Rioja: 'brand' or 'land'?
    Too much kerfuffle about Rioja these days. Not enough ka-ching. The flak in the air is whether "traditional" or "modern" Rioja is the better wine; whether Rioja's aging regimens destroy a sense of place in the wines; whether "terroir" should be more...