On storied Mount Veeder in Napa Valley, Segassia Vineyard’s cabernets have routinely scored a minimum of 93 points on Wine Spectator’s scale, meaning they’re in the “outstanding” or even higher … Read More
Small family wineries are being gobbled up by huge producers and most wine that is produced contains sugars, additives, pesticides and chemicals. Small family wineries are swimming upstream against the … Read More
Literally “fresh waters,” these fruit-forward, colorful drinks are commonly available in Mexican restaurants and some grocery stores. Popular flavors include cantaloupe, mango and watermelon. And when the … Read More
Nine years after earning his MBA at Rice’s Jones Graduate School of Business, Chris Campbell ’01 and co-founder Steve Williams teamed up to create Chameleon Cold-Brew in Austin. Cold-brew coffee’s … Read More
After majoring in studio art, Kathryn Dunlevie '74 has become known for her mixed-media narrative collages. Her richly-layered works will be exhibited at this year's FotoFest starting tomorrow and through May 9th.
Learn more about Kathryn's work here: http://ow.ly/5ei550yxz8U