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  • A delicious debut Napa's new Oxbow Public Market

    A delicious debut Napa's new Oxbow Public Market
    The fiddlehead ferns looked like fashion models, curved and slender, on display beside the blushing beets and round-bottomed fennel bulbs. Customers gushed. Photographers clicked pictures. Not since Adam ate the apple had so much fuss been made over...
  • Planning your trip to Napa Valley

    Planning this trip THE BEST WAY From LAX to San Francisco, American, United, Southwest and Virgin America have nonstop service. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $128. To Oakland, Southwest, United and Delta have nonstop service. Restricted round-...
  • World of change in winemaking

    World of change in winemaking
    Chicagoans are thirsty. Whether it's an $8 glass of 2006 Brooks Riesling from Oregon raised in a toast at Webster's Wine Bar in Lincoln Park, a $15 bottle of French ros� named the "Pink Criquet" and tossed back on an Oak Park porch, or a $2,125 bottle...
  • Eco-friendly lodging firmly taking root

    He's no Al Gore, but Kermit the Frog may have summed it up best: "It's not easy being green." Just a few years ago, hotels that encouraged patrons to use linens and towels for more than a day -- and the guests who did so -- were applauded as being...
  • Napa Valley's Oxbow Public Market redefines shopping

    Napa, Calif. You say you want to know more about where your food comes from and how it is prepared? At Napa's new Oxbow Public Market that opens this weekend, the butcher and the baker will do their work behind windows that will allow you to observe...
  • Flier bill of rights in works

    It's a question asked by thousands of desperate airline passengers every year who end up trapped onboard grounded planes for hours on end, waiting for a takeoff that sometimes never comes: Why can't the plane just return to an airport gate so passengers...
  • Getting juiced at wine tastings

    The man did not seem to be a serious student of wine. Disheveled, unshaven and reeking of booze, he demanded a glass, rested his head on the tasting-room counter and loudly moaned. Knocking over a "wet floor" sign and lurching into displays, he stumbled...
  • 2nd night free at some West Coast inns

    Buy one night, get a second night free at a string of 11 inns in Northern California and Washington. Or check into a couple of Southern California coastal inns, where you'll pay for one night and get half off the second night. The deal: The offer is...
  • Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld names new executive chef

     
    Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld has named John Janucik as executive chef of the 781-room property. The award-winning chef will oversee the five distinctive dining outlets including the signature restaurant Mist Sushi & Spirits as well as the banquet...
  • The Capital Grille master wine series runs through Sept. 5

     
    Wine fans will love the two one-of-a-kind master wine tasting sessions at The Capital Grille showcasing a collection of remarkable wines hand-selected by master sommelier George Miliotes. Sampling will include well-known vintages plus insider wines from...
  • Orlando’s 10th Annual Wine for Whiskers July 22

     
    The Sonesta Hotel in Downtown Orlando is hosting the 10th Annual “Wine for Whiskers”6-8 pm Thursday, July 22, 2010. Tickets are $40 in advance (must be purchased by 5 p.m. Monday, July 19, 2010) and $45 after July 19 or at the door....
  • Healdsburg: For foodies, a new northern star

     
    In the not-too-distant past, the best dinner spot in Healdsburg, Calif., was a red-sauce Italian joint next to the highway, and the only option for picnic goodies was the Salami Tree Deli. But then Napa got crowded, Sonoma wine developed......