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Arsenic In California Wines: Should Drinkers Be Concerned?

beverages | Mar 25, 2015

Arsenic In California Wines: Should Drinkers Be Concerned?

Posted by NPR Food

A recent lawsuit raised a red flag about traces of arsenic in some lower-cost California wines. But, by European and Canadian standards, the trace levels are acceptable.

Bay Area Bites Guide To 5 Movie Theaters Serving Food and Alcoholic Beverages

bay area | Feb 07, 2015

Bay Area Bites Guide To 5 Movie Theaters Serving Food and Alcoholic Beverages

Posted by Shelby Pope

Date night just got easier with this list of five local theaters that serve more than just popcorn and Junior Mints.

Sniffing Out Wine Bargains? Modern-day California Négociant Wines Can Deliver Big Tastes at Small Prices

bay area | Dec 13, 2014

Sniffing Out Wine Bargains? Modern-day California Négociant Wines Can Deliver Big Tastes at Small Prices

Posted by Susan Hathaway

A growing number of wine lovers are discovering delicious wines at pleasing prices made by a new generation of passionate winemakers who don't own vineyards or even their own winery. These "négociants" have found a way around the frightful startup costs of a California winery while still aiming high regarding what's in the bottle.

Café Underwood: North Oakland’s New Work-At-Home Café

bay area | Sep 01, 2014

Café Underwood: North Oakland’s New Work-At-Home Café

Posted by Kim Westerman

Café Underwood fills a community need for affordable public workspace, and serves up delicious food and drinks, too.

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