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  • Howard County Briefs

    Parenting workshop The Columbia Association hosts a 1-2-3 Magic Parenting Workshop, led by Lacey Tsonis of the Howard County Office of Children's Services, at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the Columbia Association Columbia Gym, 6151 Daylong Lane in...
  • Wine and Wag Happy Hour this Friday

    Wine and Wag Happy Hour this Friday
    The happiest of happy hours include our pets, and the one scheduled on Friday at the Maryland SPCA promises to be great fun for all.  To benefit the homeless pets in their adoption center and to help save more pets’ lives, the Maryland SPCA will...
  • Ruth's Chris hosts Robert Mondavi wine dinners

    Ruth's Chris hosts Robert Mondavi wine dinners
    June 18 is the 100th anniversary of the pioneering vintner Robert Mondavi's birth. On Thursday, Ruth's Chris Steakhouse locations nationwide, including Baltimore's Inner Harbor and Pikesville locations, are hosting a Robert Mondavi 100th Birthday Wine...
  • Wine Find: 2011 Vina Borgia Garnacha

    This is one of the best boxed red wines on the market, and it's in wide distribution at good wine retailers. Spain's garnacha, known in France as grenache, is a red wine varietal that combines full body with soft, lush, easy-to-drink fruit flavors. This...
  • Iron Bridge Wine Co. makes good on bet with Aida Bistro

    Iron Bridge Wine Co. makes good on bet with Aida Bistro
    On Thursday night, the wait staff at Columbia's Iron Bridge Wine Co. will be wear bright pink T-shirts declaring, "I'd rather be eating at Aida Bistro & Wine Bar." The unusual endorsement is a make-good on a fundraising challenge issued by Iron Bridge...
  • At Jack's Bistro in Canton, a strong case for creativity

    At Jack's Bistro in Canton, a strong case for creativity
    Now in its seventh season, Jack's Bistro has settled into a fine groove. The small Canton restaurant is essentially doing today what it was doing from the start — exactly what it wants to do. If that makes Jack's sound arrogant, you don't know...
  • Restaurants are filling glasses with Maryland wine

    Maryland Wine Week is back. The 11-day celebration of the state's wine industry begins Friday and runs through June 24. Organized by the Maryland Wineries Association, the third annual promotional event has restaurants and wine shops throughout the state...
  • If you're bringing the wine, think 'little black dress'

    Is there a little black dress of the wine world? The little black dress. Most everyone has one. Even gentlemen have the equivalent — the blue blazer. These clothing items dress up or dress down to suit and they are totally respectable for almost...
  • Wine Find: 2011 Francis Ford Coppola "Director's Cut" Pinot Noir

    Wine Find: 2011 Francis Ford Coppola "Director's Cut" Pinot Noir
    From: Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, Calif. Price: $18 Serve with: Grilled chicken, seared tuna steak This intensely flavorful red wine continues Coppola's role as one of the best celebrity vintners — offering value as well as star...
  • Eat your way through Baltimore Beer Week

    Eat your way through Baltimore Beer Week
    The 10-day Baltimore Beer Week schedule is overflowing with food-related events, ranging from five-course dinners to pumpkin pancake breakfasts. There are tastings of beer with charcuterie, chocolate and cheese. Many of the dinners have limited seating...
  • Wine Find: 2010 Peachy Canyon "Incredible Red" Zinfandel

    This zinfandel is incredible fun, but it's really not a great food-pairing wine. Yes, it's dry and one can serve it with food, but it's likely to overwhelm anything but fairly simple fare. In fact, it's delicious all by itself. Some good bread, manchego...
  • Mead and cider make a comeback in Maryland

    Mead and cider make a comeback in Maryland
    Make room for cider and mead. In Maryland, cider was last popular in Colonial times. Mead never has been. But a new generation of mead and cider makers, with their feet planted firmly in Maryland soil, are rethinking these age-old fermented...