Monthly Archives: October 2007

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Life From A Window: # 2 in an occasional series

I’ve been working out of the upper floor office in our new house for almost three months now, and have endured some serious mid-summer heat and a few days and...
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Free Blood on the Manhattan-Brooklyn divide

“In New York you [used to have] two kinds of parties,” former !!! percussionist/vocalist John Pugh told Pitchforkmedia last week, “a Manhattan party and a Brooklyn party. “A Manhattan party...
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Music That Matters

Today I give praise to Cheryl Waters of KEXP for her continued impeccable taste. I listen to Cheryl not so much via her mid-day show on America’s best music radio...
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Is Virginia For Wine Lovers? Pt 5: AmRhein Wine Cellars

From Tuscany to Germany in under thirty minutes: following my illuminating tasting at Villa Appalaccia, in southwest Virginia, I drove further up the Blue Ridge Skyway to AmRhein, which translates...
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Palace Get Warnock

No surprise, given the media reports that Palace chairman Simon Jordan was making approaches last week, while Peter Taylor was still nominally in charge, but now it’s official: Neil Warnock...
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Semi-featured Wine: Virginia Cabernet Sauvignon

From my post, Is Virginia for Wine Lovers? Part 2, about West Wind Farm’s 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon: “I ending up buying a bottle, which I’ll give a year or two...
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Another Year, Another Failed Coach

Yes, it’s musical chairs time again at Selhurst Park. Simon Jordan has just said goodbye to the seventh manager in his seven years as the Eagles chairman. (It’s been that...
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Show Time!

The eighth annual Woodstock Film Festival kicks off this Thursday, and it looks like being a good one. In the past, although some movies have been shown up in Hunter,...
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