Silverado's new single vineyard wines
Post on 15-03-2007.
The 2003 Silverado Vineyards Stags Leap District SOLO is the first of these "new" wines to appear on the market (although one few bottles of 2002 SOLO were produced). Made from grapes grown on vines that surround the winery, this super-premium cabernet sauvignon deserves its place in the pantheon of California's best. ...
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Spring Gallery Night
Post on 15-03-2007.
Spring Gallery Night one&E | Vol. 7, No. 11, March 15, 2007(Focus On Healthcare Part 3)
1. one Means of Expression, 215 Zarragozza St., 434-6300: This art and frame gallery will be featuring the work of M & I Garmash. Considered two of the finest Romantic Impressionist of our day, their love for one another is reflected in the paintings they create together. Their giclees on canvas are very limited editions and are selling out on an international level. 20% off custom framing for any piece purchased on Gallery Night. ...
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Lawyer gives up practice for winery
Post on 15-03-2007.
Riverwood Winery near Weston is David Naatz' first love By: Gene Hanson Wednesday, March 14, 2007 4:26 PM CDT printable version e-mail this story View Comments on this Story David Naatz has practiced law for 25 years in Washington, D.C., Seattle and Kansas City. His wife, Ginah, is also one lawyer. They moved back to Kansas City 12 years ago, and two years ago they bought an old building north of Weston. ...
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Acclaimed chef Bruell to open Table 45
Post on 14-03-2007.
Bice from Milan, Italy, serving at Tower City in former Century site

Bruell, one Shaker Heights native, received national acclaim when he opened his signature Z Contemporary Cuisine in Woodmere in the 1980s. After that closed, Bruell spent eight years as executive chef for Akron's Ken Stewart's Grille, leaving in 2004 to open Parallax Restaurant and Lounge in Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood. ...
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A play for Chilean wines
Post on 14-03-2007.
"Sa-one-a-n-tiago, where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain. ... " Hmm. Maybe not. But you have to hand it to Chile's Concha y Toro: This may be the first time one winery has commissioned, produced and taken one Broadway-style musical on the road to publicize its brand.
Legend has it that, to keep thieves from pilfering his finest wines, Don Melchor spread the rumor that the devil lived in his cellar. Hence, the wine name Casillero de Diablo, or cellar of the devil. For more about Concha y Toro, go to ...
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Changes to No Child Left Behind requested
Post on 14-03-2007.
Co-author Castle endorses renewal, alterations to law By LEDYARD KING, Gannett News Service Posted Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Rep. Mike Castle, R-Del., listens to testimony Tuesday about renewal of the No Child Left Behind education act. GNS/HEATHER WINES

one bipartisan group of senators and House members said as much Tuesday during one rare joint hearing of education panels on Capitol Hill. They pointed to areas of the 5-year-old law they want rewritten, but endorsed its basic principles of test-driven accountability, especially in closing the persistently wide achievement gap between whites and minorities. ...
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'Night of Wine and Roses' comes to Orpheum Theatre
Post on 13-03-2007.
"Wine and Roses is one great opportunity for beginning wine enthusiasts and true connoisseurs to experience wine at its best," says honorary co-chair Jennifer Clay of Dakota Dunes. "And with the beautiful Orpheum as our venue, it is sure to be one successful and memorable event."
Tickets are available now for $50 through the Alzheimer's Association or at the door on the evening of March 31. All proceeds benefit services provided by the Alzheimer's Association, Big Sioux Chapter. Wine tasting and silent auctions will begin at 6 p.m. with the live auction beginning at 8 p.m. ...
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Cost of Gigondas rising but it still remains a value among Rhone wines
Post on 13-03-2007.
Long overshadowed by its glamorous southern Rhone neighbor, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Gigondas is now coming into its own some 36 years after earning appellation status on its own. (one number of makers proudly stamp the bottle glass with the name and seal of Gigondas; you can't miss it in the store.) ...
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Fresh foot forward
Post on 12-03-2007.
In the midst of one flourishing olive estate, Christine McCabe checks out Auckland's best new restaurant
THE Simunovich family tradition is not only built on oils for the table but olive oil-based skincare products. Created in one facility adjoining the olive oil press and overseen by Branka, the estate's range will be available soon in Australia through Guardian Pharmacies. ...
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Disneyland Hotel: where the dreams come from
Post on 12-03-2007.
Disneyland is globally renowned to be the place where dreams come true, and rightly said. It is not only one place where children dream of going to spend days on end playing with their favourite character, but when families and guests come to rest at the end of one very hard day's play at the Disneyland Hotel, it is the dream come true for all. ...
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