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New York Restaurant Honors the Wine, Food of Alsace

Alsatian wines offer a wide range of grapes and styles.

A New Wave of New Orleans Restaurants Has a Global Flair

The city known for its butter and sauces is embracing different types of cuisine. Shaya and Kin feature three of the most innovative chefs in New Orleans.

Toklas Cookbook Describes High Times in France and the U.S.

The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook offers great recipes and makes frequent references to famous people and places of the early 20th century.

Napa Valley Winemakers Go a Different Way to Add Subtlety, Character to Cabernet Sauvignon

Napa Valley wine makers Cathy Corison and Christopher Howell create wines that differ from the muscular cabernet sauvignons for which Napa is best known.

FTC Spars With Staples Over Market Boundaries

Government expert Carl Shapiro and Staples' Diane Sullivan square off at legal challenge to Office Depot acquisition.

Absinthe: New Interpretations on an Old Spirit

The Brooklyn restaurant Maison Premiere offers 28 absinthes and has been nominated for a James Beard award for Outstanding Bar Program.

Great Vegan Dishes at a Philadelphia Restaurant and Wines to Pair With Them

The Philadelphia restaurant Vedge offers Philadelphia's only all-natural wine list, which means no artificial irrigation or fertilizers.

'For Love of Wine' Recounts Author's Odyssey Through an Ancient Wine Culture

The Republic of Georgia may have the world's oldest wine history, one that includes the Georgia-born dictator Joseph Stalin.

Donald Drapkin, Former Ronald Perelman Protege, Dead at 67

The M&A lawyer, one of Ronald Perelman's closest associates until a falling-out in 2009, died of injuries suffered while skiing in Aspen.

Scalia's Death Leaves Several Major Cases Hanging in Balance

Potential for a split court changes the calculus on key litigation before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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