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Holding onto summer with an Italian drink that got a little dirty

It’s a malleable recipe that invites improvisation, which leads us today to the Dirty Bicicletta.

California’s Long Meadow Ranch Live Fire Chef series showcases local food, wines

It is a location that reaps the benefits of the Long Meadow Ranch business model to source the finest organic wine and foods.

SFUSD celebrates Latinx Heritage Month

When you watch TV or read a book you might feel particularly…

Merlot month helps restore respect to a legend

Not all problems with merlot were caused by the “Sideways Effect.”

Into the SF urban wild with Lieutenant Ellie Sadler

On the verge of turning into the Bill Murray character in Caddyshack, I finally called the experts.

Identifying liability in an officer-involved accident

This week’s column focuses on a recent incident about which we have…

SFUSD alumni leading the Bay Area

The year 1979 was important for San Francisco. I graduated from high…

Birds, belugas and bears, oh my

Manitoba’s Winnipeg and Churchill region offer amazing cultural and sub-arctic wildlife experiences

Racist email to beer writer leads to #IAmCraftBeer Twitter response

Then she made her most crucial decision: She posted a screen shot of the exchange to Twitter.

Bricoleur Vineyards opens a new retreat in California

They are either following an aggressive business plan to turn their 40-acre estate into a hospitality retreat or willingly flying by the seat of their pants.

What responsibility do schools carry for cyberbullying?

This week’s question comes from Michelle P., who writes: Q: “My daughter…

Meg and Dia take second chances

Duo on tour with comeback ‘Happysad’

Salesforce, SFUSD partnership proves it takes a village

There’s a well-known African proverb that it takes a village to raise…

The Iconic Bordeaux wine region is coping with climate change

Although still the premier Bordeaux red varietal, merlot is being scrutinized as a potential future victim of rising temperatures.

An American dream realized in Paso Robles: DAOU Vineyards & Winery

Brothers Georges and Daniel Daou’s passion, dedication are absolute

Kathy Peck spares musicians and their fans from hearing loss

Kathy Peck is a Texan who arrived here just in time to be among the first wave of ‘70s punk musicians

How sea anemones feel the pinch of climate change

The climate crisis throws many things into disarray — in tidepools, a tiny yet crucial relationship is strained.

Community partnerships make education meaningful

We know that a child’s family is their first and most influential…

Whiskey with a Texas flair

Their homegrown Fort Worth brand known as TX is now on its way with August’s sale to Paris-based Pernod Ricard.

Beer politics and random brew questions

In the current campaign cycle, Big Beer backs Republicans while smaller breweries tilt Democratic.