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February 14, 2002
So you want to taste wine? If you're already a patron of a particular wine shop, start by finding out if they host tastings. It's to your advantage to become a regular somewhere. You'll get to know the staff and they you, as well as your likes and dislikes. Not all retailers offer tastings. But plenty do. A sampling of some of the more popular and established tastings around town follows.
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April 11, 2001 | PATT DIROLL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Los Angeles painter-sculptor Robert W. Jensen, even as he was being honored by the National Arts Assn. for his achievements as an artist, revealed yet another side to his 40-year career: He started on stage--as the young lover Lun Tha in a national tour of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical "The King and I." "Show biz wasn't precisely my cup of tea," Jensen said as he was being honored by the arts association at its April in Paris Ball on Saturday at Bel-Air Country Club.
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April 10, 2002 | MIRA ADVANI HONEYCUTT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
More than 20 years ago, Don and Sally Schmitt opened their dream restaurant in the then-sleepy Napa Valley town of Yountville. It was a small place they called the French Laundry. After running the homey restaurant for 16 years, they sold it in 1994 to Thomas Keller. Today it's among the most famous restaurants in the world--and the Schmitts are farming apples. This is hardly the comedown it might seem.
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February 14, 2002 | LESLEE KOMAIKO
Of all the tastings held at wine retailers around the city, the Friday night soirees at the Wine House are by far the biggest party. Brash and dimly lit, the affairs attract plenty of pretty women and hunky guys. By 6 p.m., there is usually a line of a hundred or so people snaking out the door and down the sidewalk waiting to get in. It's wine tasting gone MTV. Of course, crowd enough people into a room and there's sure to be energy, especially when you add alcohol to the mix.
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January 3, 2002 | PETER WHITTLE
If, as they say, night life is the best form of theater, then in bars, clubs and restaurants the city offers every kind of production, from the modern experimental to the operatic, from the thrown-together to the total design experience. Not that they can all be found on some great white way; the city's night-life theater is spread far and wide and caters to every taste, so perhaps it's useful to get a sense of what you're in for beforehand.
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