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Historic Fort Smith House Decks Out In Christmas Finery | Times Record

Acclaimed Florida artist Carol McArdle has solo show in Coconut Grove Gallery

Acclaimed Florida artist Carol McArdle has solo show in Coconut Grove Gallery Sixth St. Reservations: $50; call 783-3000 or visit www.claytonhouse.org . Reservation deadline is Tuesday. Those attending must be 21 or older.
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Don Cherry's Grapes of wrath: Much ado about nothing on Hockey Night In Canada | Eh Game - Yahoo Sports

Don Cherry is in the spotlight again. (Photo by Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images) Gelato contains only seven percent of fat, while ice cream has 25 percent. Therefore, Versace says you can indulge in the tasty dessert even more. "A cup of gelato has less calories than a Coca-Cola can," said Versace. "So don't feel guilty." The staff at Stefano Versace Gelateria and Italian Gourmet can make up to 100 different types of gelato.
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DeLille Cellars Celebrates 100 Years of Harrison Hill Vineyard -- WOODINVILLE, Wash., Nov. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

The process would cost, at the least, $5,000. My partner and I are trying to adopt a baby a human! and $5,000 gets us about a third of the way there. If that $5,000 could cure the cancer and restore Jacks full life expectancy, maybe wed do it. Maybe. It certainly would be a tougher choice.
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Gelato: The Italian way - NBC-2.com WBBH News for Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Naples, Florida

Carol McArdle will be at the Nov. 13 opening reception for her show at the Coconut Grove Gallery to meet the guests. I am looking forward to meeting some new art lovers at my first solo show at the beautiful Coconut Grove Gallery and I will be bringing some new paintings to exhibit there for the first time, McArdle said. In her bold and colorful oil paintings, McArdle captures the beauty of the fast disappearing natural Florida. She researches her subjects of native Florida species and unaltered, natural landscapes in the same places many of us go to escape the modern world national parks, state parks, wildlife refuges and other preserved areas. She has captured the hearts of her collectors and viewers with her beautiful work of the old Florida that takes our breath away. Especially popular are her roseate spoonbill portraits, waterscapes with mangroves or sea grapes, landscapes and her latest subject, water turtles.
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``Don has a theory about television and that's always leaving people wanting more," says Scott Moore, president of Rogers NHL broadcasts. ``The way he's done that over the years is by saying he doesn't have enough time, ``He may have done it a little more than usual on Saturday, but that's because he had a lot he wanted to get on. It was nothing more than that." Cherry said as much in an interview on Rogers-owned Sportsnet The FAN 590 .
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"Since 1992, our mission at DeLille has always been and continues to be to create special wines from the distinctively expressive land and dramatic warm and dry weather conditions in the grape growing region of the Pacific Northwest." Upchurch continued, "In the case of Harrison Hill, we are fortunate to have some of the oldest vines in the state. Grapes have been growing in Snipes Mountain AVA for 100 years, and Cabernet grapes have been at Harrison Hill for over 50. I love old vines, they're like old people. They don't produce too much and they don't move too fast, but in terms of wine, the yields are lower, they mature and ripen slower, which means the flavors catch up before the sugars get too high." "All of our wines represent our commitment to innovative vineyard selection and management," continued Greg Lill, DeLille Cellars President/CEO and Cofounder."From the beginning, we've looked towards the prestigious Red Mountain AVA as the foundation of our wines, using grapes from our own vineyards in combination with fruit from other top sites on Snipes Mountain and in the Yakima Valley. We are all exceptionally proud of the reputation our wines have earned.
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