Recommended (The Washington Post, 29 Feb 2012, PageE5)


Recommended

The Washington Post
29 Feb 2012

rrr exceptional rr excellent r very Good Prices are approximate. Check Winesearcher.com to verify availability, or ask a favorite wine store to order through a distributor. Having the word “Leap” in a winery’s name is no guarantee of quality, but these…read more…

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Introducing The Post’s Politics App for ipad (The Washington Post, 28 Feb 2012, PageA6)


Introducing The Post’s Politics App for ipad

The Washington Post
28 Feb 2012

The Washington Post Politics App for ipad is a visually dynamic, data-rich way of following 2012 campaign and political news. It offers breaking news, the latest analysis, deep polling results, a compendium of television commercials and extensive…read more…

Malbec is merely a gateway grape for Argentine reds (The Washington Post, 22 Feb 2012, PageE5)


Malbec is merely a gateway grape for Argentine reds
DAVE MCINTYRE PHOTOS BY DEB LINDSEY FOR THE WASHINGTON POST food@washpost.com Mc intyre blogs at dmwineline.com. Follow him on Twitter: @dmwine.
The Washington Post
22 Feb 2012

Mention Argentina and wine, and the first word that comes to any oenophile’s mind will be “malbec.” Argentina’s success with its signature red grape over the past decade has been astounding and could be a case study for marketing classes. Argentina’s…read more…

She’s ethereal, yet electrifying (The Washington Post, 18 Feb 2012, PageC2)


She’s ethereal, yet electrifying
BY AARON LEITKO
The Washington Post
18 Feb 2012

Under the name Zola Jesus, Russian American singer Nika Roza Danilova writes near-perfect rainy-day music — glacial, synthesizer-driven pop that matches primitivist rhythms to moody meditations on blighted romance. In person, it’s all a bit more…read more…

Ehrlich aide: Robocall decision â€�ended my career’ (The Washington Post, 17 Feb 2012, PageB5)


Ehrlich aide: Robocall decision â€�ended my career’
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The Washington Post
17 Feb 2012

A weeklong trial that ended with Schurick’s conviction late last year revealed that the robocalls had been placed to the homes of 112,000 voters in Baltimore and Prince George’s. The call was placed in the hours before polls closed, as Ehrlich appeared…read more…