Monthly Archives: May 2015

Lincoln: Six Glasses of Wine With Dinner

I’m thinking it would have been pretty cool to be a friend of President Abraham Lincoln. But not for the obvious reasons. After viewing a small display of wine glasses at the Richard Nixon Library and Museum (see yesterday’s blog),

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A Surprise at Nixon Library: A Wine Glass Display

To honor my future father-in-law, as well as a cousin on my mother’s side — both of whom served in the Vietnam War — my future wife, her daughter and I wanted to do something on Memorial Day besides firing

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Brunch and Wine in the ‘New’ Las Vegas

When I was a kid, most of our family vacations were to Las Vegas. My folks loved the downtown area, and it was perfectly safe and acceptable for one teen (my brother) and one pre-teen (me) to stand by the

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3 Wine-Focused ‘Trips of a Lifetime’

If the long three-day weekend got you thinking about taking a longer vacation later in the year, we have a few ideas to share. In its May issue, National Geographic Traveler features a story called, “50 Tours of a Lifetime,”

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