Out of 20 million people in America who watched "Dancing With The Stars" this week, only 700 of them were lucky enough to be in the ballroom studio audience. I was one of them. Published October 20 2011
Italian wines, winemakers, red wine, food, how to taste the land and its history in the wine. Published October 17 2011
This weekend, the nearby WV spa and arts town hosts an inexpensive, fun weekend of arts, crafts, food, festivities, and family fun just two hours from metro DC. Published October 7 2011
Leonard Nimoy is finally hanging up his Vulcan ears in retirement. But is this really goodbye, Mr. Spock? Star Trek fans say, "no!" Published October 7 2011
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