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09/03/15

A barn that was once used to house cattle for embryo transfers now serves as a winery and tasting room in Mount Joy

09/03/15

"We're trying to have more events because there's not a lot in King Ferry ... We're trying to give people something to do"

09/03/15

While most of his peers head back to school next week, 16-year-old Flynn McGarry will be opening up a pop-up restaurant in the Village - charging $160 a head for his fine-dining experience

09/03/15

The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today announced the return of almost $2.4 million in licensing fees to 1,382 municipalities in which licensees are located

09/02/15

James H. Short Jr., 50, was the director of marketing and merchandizing for the state's 500 liquor stores. Short was in charge of recommending which products should be sold and which should be discontinued

09/01/15

Pennsylvanians can't get enough of Duquesne Brewing Company's Paterno Legacy Series beer. The brew, which honors late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, hit shelves last week, and the brewery is already preparing for a second run

09/01/15

What, exactly, makes a wine list great? Jon Bonné on the new tenets that define a successful wine program, and why he believes Gramercy Tavern is a perfect reflection of how we, at our best, drink today

08/31/15

The New York State Fair is famous for its over-the-top, gut-busting food. Then there are those treats that are, perhaps, a little less so.

08/28/15

Location in Williamsburg is coffee chain's first location serving wine and beer in New York

08/27/15

The summit is an all-day event that aims to be a forum for discussion about the current state of California wine, especially as it relates to the NYC market. The event is open to on- and off-premise trade and media only; space is extremely limited

08/27/15

Steve Morgan, wine director at Formento's in Chicago, came to this year's Wine Symposium of the Finger Lakes to teach and to taste. He did the latter - some of it, at least - at Friday night's Grand Tasting, sponsored by the Finger Lakes Times. The teaching came the next day, when he participated in a seminar called "What's so Great About the Finger Lakes?"

08/26/15

Empire Wine & Spirits general manager Adam Morey calls for support in the fight against obsolete regulations.

08/26/15

Being part of the prestigious event was 'a bit of an honor,' the owner of Sweetgrass Farm Winery and Distillery in Union says.

08/26/15

The fate of 1,404 bottles of rare wine seized from a private collector under Pennsylvania's strict liquor laws hangs on a judge's ruling next week on a loophole that may allow hospital "use" of forfeited liquor.

08/26/15

Caught in the middle of a legal battle between the state and Arthur Goldman is a wine collection -- valued between $150,000 to $200,000 -- that once sat in his Malvern, Pennsylvania, cellar

08/24/15

Per Se ("Through Itself") lives on the fourth floor of the Time Warner Center, a shopping mall at Columbus Circle, close to Central Park. It is by reputation - which is to say gushing reviews and accolades and gasps - the best restaurant in New York City. And so I, a British restaurant critic, commissioned to review the most extravagant dishes of the age, borne across the ocean on waves of hagiography, arrive at Through Itself expecting the Ten Commandments in cheese straws.

08/24/15

As reported by The New York Times, Petraske was found dead on Friday morning by his wife Georgette Moger at their home in Hudson, New York

08/24/15

But the company doesn't want you to get wasted during their "Evening Hours."

08/24/15

Pennsylvania is one of only eight states in the country that award citizens their driver's licenses and also sell them liquor

08/21/15

Owners Bill and Coreena Warner are proud of their Perry County roots. They certainly don't pretend to be sophisticated.

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