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Faugères is one of the smaller appellations of the Languedoc, and yet it punches above its weight for the diversity of the origins of

If the heel of the Boot, Apulia -- Puglia in Italian -- has long lagged behind other Italian regions in terms of modernization, parts

Ask a New York history buff about Dorothy Parker or Chief Gowanus and you might hear a discourse on the legendary writer and wit

Call it the ideal summer quaff for India Pale Ale lovers: This beer packs hop flavor, yet you can drink a few at a

"Oysters are the canaries in the coal mine," a fourth-generation oysterman once told me as we slogged across the mud flats of Willapa Bay

In the past few years, Denver -- joined by its deluxe alter ego, Boulder, Colorado -- has been at or near the top of