Chilean Wines: Sometimes We Need to Embrace Discomfort to Promote Diversity

Chilean Wines: Sometimes We Need to Embrace Discomfort to Promote Diversity
When I first started learning about, and seriously tasting, wine, my universe centered around European regions. This is actually very common for people living in New York City. Our proximity to Italy, France and Spain, as well as the exposure to the …

Energy Geologist Turned Italian Wine Guru Brings His Flair to Texas
individuals who love wine as much as I do, who live to taste. You’ll appreciate their insight, and I hope you’ll learn something from them as well. A few months ago I attended a tasting party at a home in Houston that could have just as easily been …
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Sannino Vineyard 2014 Merlot is our Wine of the Week
If you’re a long-time Long Island wine lover, you may remember Ternhaven Cellars, Harold Watts’ old winery with tasting room in Greenport. Back in the mid-2000s, Watts sold his five-acre Cutchogue vineyard to Lisa and Anthony Sannino of Sannino Vineyard.


Tired of being single? You may need to leave N.J., new study says

Tired of being single? You may need to leave N.J., new study says
Being single in New Jersey appears to be tough. Yes, love is apparently more readily available in those metropolitan areas than New Jersey cities, like Jersey City (ranked 73rd best place for singles) and Newark (94th). So how did WalletHub, a personal …

Amazing Ways That ‘Star Trek’ Changed the World
The idea that Star Trek has changed the world might sound as farfetched as some of the USS Enterprise’s spacefaring missions, but the truth is that the science fiction series has directly or indirectly impacted both our present and future. It seems …
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Penn State Institute for CyberScience to Exhibit at SC17
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Press Kit Materials are Available at: About Penn State Institute for CyberScience The Institute for CyberScience (ICS) supports and promotes interdisciplinary research …
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Need recommendation for Thai food

Need recommendation for Thai food
Is there any Thai dish that tastes kind of like Indian food? My wife loves Thai food, but isn’t crazy about Indian. I love Indian food, especially Indian curries. But I have HATED every Thai dish that I’ve ever tried, ESPECIALLY the ones that contain …

10 Tips For Eating Thai Food For Weight Loss
Going for Thai food can be a great way to ensure you have healthy options. However, you know what they say about assuming. It can make what it sort of sounds like when you spell it; an ass out of you and me. There are a lot of recipes that are really …

SAP Thai Food: Slurp Up This Best Kept Thai Basil MAMA Noodle Secret At Amoy Street Food Centre
It’s 12pm and you’re standing in the middle of Amoy Street Food Centre, getting ready to pounce for the next empty table. After what seems like forever, you finally secure a table but now you have to pick ONE food stall amongst the hundreds to get your …


Vocalist Wanted: No Female Singers Need Apply

Vocalist Wanted: No Female Singers Need Apply
There are thousands are burgeoning bands putting ads in newspapers and online sites, desperate for a shot at the brass ring. Male vocalist wanted. What’s a girl to do? Rock singer Julia Preotu was not about to take no for answer. She had recently emigrated …
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Sex, Drugs and Feminism: For Brazil’s Female Funk Singers, the Personal Is Political
At first sight, there is seemingly nothing feminist about Carioca funk, the electronic dance music coming out of Rio de Janeiro’s poor favelas. Nearly all the songs sung by women are of the sexually explicit, sometimes violent funk putaria variety …
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Girl Singers of the Hit Parade – Great Female Vocalists of the 50s Tickets
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What You Need to Know About Eating the Mediterranean Way

What You Need to Know About Eating the Mediterranean Way
What is a “Mediterranean diet”? Over the past 50 years, what we think of as Mediterranean fare has changed. Many of us picture huge, three-hour feasts with multiple courses of pizza, lasagna, racks of lamb, long loaves of white bread, and endless …

The Mediterranean Diet or a Whole Food Plant-Based Diet?
A randomized controlled trial found that a Mediterranean-type diet can dramatically lower the risk of subsequent heart attacks. How does it compare with plant-based diet data? Recent studies have shown that higher Mediterranean diet adherence scores are …

Mediterranean Diet for Brain Health
New review concludes that those who follow the Mediterranean diet are less likely to experience cognitive decline and to develop Alzheimer’s disease. The Mediterranean diet has long been considered to be the best eating plan for a healthy heart by lowering …


10 Food Trucks You Need To Visit In Austin, TX

cusine10 Food Trucks You Need To Visit In Austin, TX
Austin has once again been taken over by South by Southwest. To the casual observer, it may appear that this is merely a music festival; however, look closer — with your stomach eyes –and you will realize that this is also an opportunity to showcase the …
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Meet the food trucks for the Fall Food Truck Showdown
Meet the food trucks for the Fall Food Truck Showdown The Fall Food Truck Showdown returns to the John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park on Oct. 7 with a lineup of food trucks ready to roll out their crazy cuisines. Check out this story on …
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UPDATE: Some food options available during brown water crisis
UPDATE 1:10 p.m.: Food trucks at the Student Center Circle Drive, Cougar Village I, beside Cougar Woods dining hall and at the Science Building will be available for both lunch and dinner, according to an email from Rosie Ashley, the manager for Auxiliary …
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The Case for Sturgill Simpson: Why Country Music Doesn’t Need Saving

musicThe Case for Sturgill Simpson: Why Country Music Doesn’t Need Saving
As with most things in life, wandering away from the glare of what’s most popular provides a glimpse of reality: country music is just fine. Call it the headline that launched a thousand think pieces. Over the next 12 months, there has been no shortage …
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Miranda Lambert, Sam Hunt Date Secretly Two Months After Blake Shelton Divorce
It looks like there might be a new country music power couple in the works. Cheating allegations were flying left and right during Blake and Miranda’s messy high-profile divorce. At this point, it is anyone’s guess which one of the singers was actually …
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Musgraves’ ‘ridiculously country‘ tour visits Royal Oak
As for making it “ridiculously country?” She says, “I love country music, and I feel like these days in country music, it’s kind of rare for the really country music boundary to be pushed. Country music sometimes isn’t super country these days. I just …
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If It Ain’t About the Money: Does HipHop Still Need Major Labels?

musicIf It Ain’t About the Money: Does HipHop Still Need Major Labels?
Do you express concern over dropping sales numbers, the harmful values propagated by club records, the hipsters documenting—distorting, even—the culture? Or are you excited about the state of hip-hop? Do you celebrate artists’ increasing independence …

Joey Fatts Discusses Being Homeless
“After Chipper Jones 2, I went out on tour with [A$ AP] Ferg,” Joey Fatts says in the interview that was published Wednesday (January 7). “That was hard for me. Like, I made a little money, but not enough to go pay rent somewhere, feel me? I started …
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Rage against the regime: The hiphop artists spearheading Egypt’s underground
Long before the Egyptian Revolution of 2011 sparked by protests in Cairo’s Tahir Square, local hip-hop artists had already been making music from underground spaces that rallied against the policies of then-president Hosni Mubarak and his regime.
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