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  • The holiday onslaught on the Wine Source's shelves has cleared them of any elf- or Santa-related beers

    The holiday onslaught on the Wine Source's shelves has cleared them of any elf- or Santa-related beers, but there are still some winter options to grab up before breweries start shipping out their spring seasonals, according to Wine Source beer manager...
  • Enjoy the best part of the holiday: leftovers!

    Between you, me, and my colleagues here at Baltimore's Hungriest Alternative Weekly's Eats & Drinks section, we could probably write the November food content for Major Media in our tryptophan-induced sleep. What'll it be: brined, deep-fried, or oven-...
  • Annex Theater's new play goes to the origins of Greek drama

    Two Suns over Thebes Translated and adapted from Euripides' Bacchae by Alex Hacker Through Nov. 10 at Annex Theater Greek tragedy, as far as we can tell, originated out of the dithyramb, a choral song to the god of tragedy and wine, Dionysus. And so...
  • Chesapeake Shakespeare Company's outdoor setting breathes new life into old vampire

    Dracula By Hamilton Deane, John L. Balderston, and Bram Stoker Directed by Scott Alan Small Through Oct. 31 at Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park Bring wine and cheese-or, you know, candy corn and Twix-to the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company's...
  • Bubbly deserves better

    The cachet associated with Champagne can cut both ways. Purveyors of fine sparkling wine demand a premium for its prestige and they get it-most of the time. On the other hand, its perception as a luxury product makes it vulnerable to the vagaries of...
  • Drinking Disasters

    Most of us have lived through drinking disasters. Sometimes it's the drinks themselves that survive catastrophe. The Titanic was infamously launched in 1912 with an inadequate supply of lifeboats-and without a traditional christening of Champagne...
  • Maryland gives tax breaks to lots of businesses, not just Kevin Spacey's

    As Governor MARTIN O'Malley prepares to sign controversial legislation handing out a total of about 15 million dollars to a successful subscription TV show, City Paper wanted to know: Who and what else do we deem worth of paying less taxes than mere...
  • Juice

    Juice
    Over the millennia, wines have become densely interwoven with Italy's regional cuisines. For Italians, arguably more than other people, wine and food are inextricable, and both constitute integral parts of life. Italian wine, food, and spirit all promise...
  • City Paper's 13th Annual Poetry Contest

    She smelled like Sunday Penance Communion Holy wine She talked like Show me your wrist Trust me There are bees in this hot church that The ceiling fans will aggravate Carve your name into the wooden pew Right below mine With Jesus fresh in...
  • Tony Foreman dishes on his favorite places to eat and slams D.C. dining

    No one has had a bigger impact on Baltimore dining than restaurateurs Tony Foreman and partner (and ex-wife) Cindy Wolf. The Foreman-Wolf team currently have five restaurants in Baltimore-Petit Louis, Charleston, Pazo, Cinghiale, and the latest, opening...
  • Pair of Choux, Grazing, and Local Pours

    Pair of Choux Susannah Siger made many women smile nearly a decade ago when she married the unlikely but oh-so-right coupling of shoes and chocolate under one retail roof. Now she's added another passion to the mix: authentic French pastries served up...
  • Chardonnay

    My wife has schooled me on the ABCs of white wine, ABC in this case standing for "anything but chardonnay." By all accounts, chard remains the most widely planted grape and best-selling wine-red or white-in the U.S. Cultivated throughout the wine world,...