Weddings Go On, With Or Without Power

Rolling blackouts in California have some couples scrambling on their wedding day as venues adjust to the uncertainty wind-driven fires are causing.

 

Hong Kong Protesters Are Targeting Starbucks. Apple Could Be Next.

Pro-democracy demonstrators have begun singling out companies that they consider enemies of their movement. Vandalism and calls for boycotts have followed.

 

20 Under $20: Minimal Effort, Maximum Pleasure

On those nights when you just need to flop, find a wine that?s alive, interesting, easy to enjoy and moderately priced. It is the reward you deserve.

 

What Should Young Children Drink? Mostly Milk And Water, Scientists Say

Infants and toddlers should not be given soda, chocolate milk or other sweetened drinks, according to strict new guidelines.

 

A Wheat Whiskey From Woodford Reserve

With its latest spirit, the Kentucky distiller now makes all four styles of American whiskey.

 

Death By Diet Soda?

A new study that links artificially sweetened beverages to premature death is prompting public angst. Some scientists say it has significant flaws.

 

A Portugal Of Pristine Beaches, Tiny Villages And Little Else

The country?s Alentejo region has the last unspoiled stretch of Atlantic coast in all of southern Europe, with 40 miles of nearly untouched beaches.

 

Pumpkin Spice Is Coming Early To Dunkin’ And Starbucks

It’s still summer, but the coffee chains are preparing to do battle with drinks, doughnuts and even lip balm infused with the flavor of fall.

 

Restoring An 1806 Home To Showcase Mexican Culture (and Tequila)

The owner of a liquor company envisions a place filled with contemporary Mexican art where he will host dinners featuring regional Mexican cuisine.

 

Albariño Finds Its Inner Beauty

This Spanish wine rode the first wave of the new diversity. Now, producers are exploring its expressive potential.

 
 
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