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[Official Wine Tasting Site] YOUR WINE CELLAR located at 8385 Pearl Rd in Strongsville, Ohio provides you with the opportunity to learn how to make wine .You have your choice of making Red, White or Island mist wine .
[Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7] LeBron James getting rest after elbow injury flared up during ...: LeBron's postgame media snub costs him $25,000LOS ANGELES ” NBA commissioner David Stern says LeBron James has been fined $25,000 for skipping the postgame news conference after Cleveland lost to Orlando in the Eastern Conference finals. Stern said Thursday night that he spoke with the Cavaliers star on Wednesday and that James admitted he was wrong to not congratulate Orlando's players and coaches after the loss.
[Suite101: Food & Drink Articles] Wine Inspired Quotes from Homer, Samuel Butler: The Works of Homer ...: Even though Butler wasn’t as well known or read as some of his contemporaries, he did have several well know works, including his translation of Homer’s The Iliad and The Odyssey. Butler's reflective and philosophical nature is apparent in his writings and include many reference to wine drinking.
[wine me, dine me] News and Tasting: Palace Restaurant at the Cincinnatian Hotel ...: Second, they now have a really fantastic bar menu. As a fairly frequent business traveler, I get really frustrated with bad bar menus at restaurants. If I’m traveling alone, I will generally sit at the bar, make friends with the bartender, and have dinner that way. The last trip I took, I ended up in the bar several nights in a row, and my oh-so-fabulous choices included wings, spinach and artichoke dip, and a burger. If I got there at the right time, I could get some (so-so) sushi. Abysmal! Seeing a bar menu that ranges from munchies like house made kettle chips, fries and deviled eggs, to appetizers I could make a meal out of (country pate, a Cuban quesadilla, or hummus) and substantial salads, sandwiches, and some entrees– this is great news for the business traveler.
[Untitled] » Blog Archive » SXSW 2009 - Day 3 - Swagger Rules!: Now THIS (as opposed to the church) was a cool place to see this band. I’d never seen Camera Obscura, but I love all the songs I hear Roy and our friend John play on KDHX, so I was psyched. When the band walked on stage, I was very amused by the twee pastel vintage 80s dresses worn by lead singer Tracyanne Campbell and the keyboard player, Lindsay Boyd. No similarities to anything in my vintage closet, but all girls who wear vintage a-okay with me. Fashion commentary aside, Camera Obscura were great, and did some new songs from their upcoming album (”My Maudlin Career”) as well several older and more familiar. Tracyanne’s voice is amazing and kind of precious (in a good way), and combined with the band’s orchestration, lifted the music way beyond what I’d ever gotten from listening to their records.
[Mamuje's Tattletale Diaries] Update + New baby!: Someone walked into the shop and asked me how I felt and I replied "I feel like a mother hen who is protective of her chick?" I am planning a formal opening and wine tasting event in a few weeks. A small intimate gathering of my family and friends.
[brady6851736] Crush It!: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Passion Review ...: After taking over his father’s local liquor store, Shopper’s Discount Liquors, and building it from a $4 million business to a $50 million one, he created the wine-tasting blog Wine Library TV and discovered the power of the Internet for driving sales. This book shares his experience and step-by-step advice for using Twitter, Facebook, etc., and suggestions for monetizing an online persona, reiterating that the Internet makes it possible for anyone to make serious cash by turning what they love most into their personal brand.
[My Understanding of the Truth] Yo Homeboy, Come Over Here for a Second: The next day, we headed to Old Town Alexandria in Virginia to go to Restaurant Eve. It’s this restaurant that supposedly grows their own produce and stuff. They have an executive chef who is in the Food and Wine hall of fame and a pastry chef who worked at French Laundry. Normally, a meal here would cost an arm and a leg, and require, as with many fine dining establishments in D.C., a jacket and a tie. Buuuut, they have a lounge/bar area which serves a lunch special called the “Lickity-split” special –
[Schaefer's Blog] Great Books and Wine: Announcing My E-mail Newsletter: Below is a copy of an e-mail I sent out to several friends and family this weekend announcing the e-mail newsletter I’m creating covering great books and wine. Since I don’t have a lot of your e-mail addresses and I know that I missed a lot of people in my initial round of e-mails, here is my attempt to reach everyone.
[dayanara7340115] Crush It!: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash In on Your Passion-Retail ...: After taking over his father's local liquor store, Shopper's Discount Liquors, and building it from a $4 million business to a $50 million one, he created the wine-tasting blog Wine Library TV and discovered the power of the Internet .
[Entertainment Daily] Oscar-nominated directors, long a white boy's club, is an ...: director James Cameron is Bigelow’s ex-husband), the possibility of the youngest ever best director winner in 32-year-old Jason Reitman (”Up in the Air”) and a quiet, soft-spoken fellow by the name of Quentin Tarantino (”Inglourious Basterds”).
[Anthony Bourdain] The Snowman's Revenge - Anthony Bourdain's Blog: it seems like a million years ago I was in Panama. Since then, it's been Istanbul, Prague, Ecuador, .
[Addicted To Vinyl] The Monday Morning Mix - Three Legged Dog Daze - 8/3/09 | Addicted ...: Four score and several beers ago, ReventÃ³n found himself charged with the mission: The mission to ROCK the planet, using music blogs worldwide as his weapon. And so B-Rev found his way to my digital doorstep, armed with news about some particular musical project that I can't remember now. All I know is that it rocked, and I lost hearing. My memory loss is no doubt due to the ill-advised yet completely necessary banging of the head that occurred while listening to Ry Cooder. That's another story for another day.