Seldom ever have so many films among those nominated for “Best Picture” at the Oscars been set against or directly dealt with so many momentous historical events and realities of the recent past.
My introduction to eggnog came at about the age of 7 in the form of my grandmother’s do-it-yourself kit: One egg, an 8-ounce glass, a spoonful of sugar, a little bottle of vanilla extract and a fork.
On the 30th anniversary of his assassination, a true American civil rights hero has finally been introduced to a wide national audience with the release of the outstanding, Oscar-worthy film, “Milk,” in theatres this week.
Biopics are tricky things. Filmmakers who undertake them are required to balance narrative flow with documented real-life experiences.
Families are seeing more than just a copy of the News-Press delivered to their doorstep these days. Thanks to one neighborhood newbie’s efforts, residents are getting milk sent straight from the farm to their front porch.
“We have a lot of flavors to work with imparted from the grains, but also from the hops,” said the 45-year-old beermaker, flavors like caramel, coffee, and chocolate that result from the roasting of the barley; grassy, tangy, and citrusy flavors from the hops; and banana and clove flavors, among […]
The Costa Verde Restaurant, meaning “Green Coast” in Spanish, is true to its name and as fresh as if it was situated along the South American shoreline, overlooking the ocean. The Arlington restaurant specializes in Peruvian cuisine and offers a colorful assortment of seafood, as well as meat, potatoes, rice, […]
In a small strip mall diagonal from the Fairview Parkway exit on Lee Highway, there sits a humble Burmese restaurant simply known as Myanmar. It is one of only two Burmese restaurants in the entire metro area to serve authentic Burmese food.