Archive for the Tag 'Los Angeles'

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How Legal Plant Medicine is shaping Culinary Arts ~ The Herbal Chef

Posting from a press release… This isn’t in the future, anymore. It’s our present, and I endorse the health benefits of marijuana. All images have been borrowed from The Herbal Chef, Christopher Sayegh‘s Instagram page. (I’ve only edited the following, as I use the Gregg Reference Manual, in my writing.) CANNABIS CUISINE, A CEREBRAL EXPERIENCE […]

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Some Feet Not Meant for Shoes ~ Pamela Klein

So, I know that my feet have never been meant for shoes, and it’s a great day when I meet someone else with the same joie de vivre. I first met Pamela Klein on Facebook, through our mutual friend Nancy Weil Brown. Pamela and I instantly clicked as twin sisters from other mothers. In many […]

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New Book – Wine Trivia

Wine writer Dick Rosano has finished writing and has published another wine book. Author of other these previously released wine books: Tuscan Blood: A mystery set at a winery in Tuscany Hunting Truffles:A mystery involving the grant theft of truffles in Alba, Italy Wine Heritage: The Story of Italian-American Vintners And now, Wine Trivia: In […]

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PR gone awry, horribly so

Those who accepted the trip were told that there was no room reserved for Monday night, so after a long day tasting, they were told to make their our way home.

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Cork … It’s what’s for dinner

Did you know even that it’s an oak tree that has this bark? From the mighty oak, comes the cork, besides the nuts.

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Devo Tour 2014, after Gerald Casale launches his new wine brand

Devo Tour 2014 Devo Tour 2014, comes right after Gerald Casale launched his new wine brand this past May 28, at the McLoughlin Gallery, in San Francisco, called The 50 by 50. Devo, an American rock band formed in 1972, is made up of members from Kent and Akron, Ohio. The band included two sets […]

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Jack Roberts + Ray and Eleanor Heald (Jack passes away, the Healds are retiring)

Some days you just don’t want those Emails to come in. On March 3, I got this one from radiojack:

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Earliest History of Grape Growing in Suisun Valley

The earliest history of grape growing in Suisun Valley can be traced back to Mae Fisher Purcell. Mae wrote for the Eighteenth Anniversary Edition And All County Chamber of Commerce Atlas of Solano County, Information-Section 4-1935, in a story entitled, “Claus Mangels Renowned Solano Winery and Notable Estate is Beauty Spot of Suisun Valley: When […]

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Top 10 Marketing Contributions to the Success of PS I Love You’s 10 Years

Top 10 Marketing Contributions to the Success of PS I Love You’s 10 Years of existence… It’s been 10 great years as the founding executive director of PS I Love You, Inc. It’s also been, without a doubt, the most challenging and rewarding job of my professional life; although being the director of a school, […]

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10 years old, and *The Petite Engine That Could* is still chugging along ~ spreadin’ the love for Petite Sirah

September 19, 2012 is PS I Love You’s 10th anniversary. On this date in 2002, Kent Rosenblum – then of Rosenblum Cellars, now of Rock Wall Wine Company – sent a check that helped to begin a Website. This contribution also helped to launch an advocacy group, and give us the definitive starting date of […]