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Articles from August 6, 2010

A Family-Friendly Coalition of Fathers Imposes New Timetable on Whitehall
Byline: Paul Waugh Deputy Political Editor DAVID CAMERON and Nick Clegg have adopted "family friendly" working hours in a bid to combine fatherhood with ministerial office. In a big break with his predecessors, the Prime Minister starts work...
A Family-Friendly Coalition of Fathers Imposes New Timetable on Whitehall
Byline: Paul Waugh Deputy Political Editor DAVID CAMERON and Nick Clegg have adopted "family friendly" working hours in a bid to combine fatherhood with ministerial office. In a break with his predecessors, the Prime Minister starts work at his...
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UNDERTOW Cert 15, I00 mins IT CAN'T be easy being bisexual in a small fishing village in Peru, and Javier Fuentes-Leon's first feature tells us exactly why. The well-respected Miguel (Cristian Mercado) has a pregnant bride (Tatiana Astengo) and fusses...
America Leaving Unstable Iraq to Wolves, Says Saddam Henchman
Byline: Rashid Razaq THE former deputy prime minister of Iraq, Tariq Aziz, has compared Saddam Hussein to Winston Churchill and said his country was better off under the late dictator. In the first interview since his capture seven years ago,...
BALLET'S TOP BANANA; for His Entrance into London Society, New Oligarch on the Block Vladimir Kekhman Deployed Holograms, Ice Sculptures, Elizabeth Hurley and a Fortune Built on Bananas. He Shows Sasha Slater How Ballet Can Conquer the World
Byline: Sasha Slater Every so often, a new Gatsby descends on London, intent on making a splashy entrance into the social scene. First, we enjoyed watching the young Prince Azim of Brunei and his comet's tail of mature beauties, including Faye Dunaway,...
Billionaires and Their Blingmobiles; Middle Eastern Drivers Ship in Supercars Just for the Summer
Byline: Sri Carmichael Consumer Affairs Reporter NICKNAMED the "billionaire blingmobiles", a growing numbers of socalled supercars are being spotted in London this summer, amid an influx of shoppers from the Middle East. Motor industry experts...
Bobbies off Their Beat ... Half of Met Police Live outside City
Byline: Justin Davenport Crime Correspondent NEARLY half of London's police live outside the capital, new figures show. And most of those who do live in the city are resident in outer boroughs. It has raised concerns about the low number of police...
Boris Bike Docks Hit a Glitch as Record Numbers Saddle Up
Byline: Felix Allen BORIS JOHNSON's cycle hire scheme suffered its biggest problem so far when docking stations across the capital failed. Less than a week after the scheme was launched, the help line was inundated with calls from angry cyclists...
Busy City Gossips Prompt Extravagant Luminar Bid Talk; MARKET ROUND-UP
Byline: Rosamund Urwin TRADERS may have been twiddling their thumbs today, but the mouths of City's gossips were certainly busy. With the markets almost moribund -- trading volumes were light even by August standards -- it was left to the rumour...
Cameron and Zardari Agree Joint Deal to Fight Terrorism
Byline: Paul Waugh Deputy Political Editor DAVID CAMERON notched up his first foreign policy triumph today as he unveiled a new deal for Britain and Pakistan to jointly combat global terrorism. After days of tensions, the Prime Minister and Pakistan...
Cameron and Zardari Agree Joint Deal to Fight Terrorism
Byline: Paul Waugh Deputy Political Editor DAVID CAMERON notched up his first foreign policy triumph today as he unveiled a new deal for Britain and Pakistan jointly to combat global terrorism. After days of tensions, the Prime Minister and Pakistan...
Children in House Set Ablaze by Firebomb after 'Road Rage' Clash
Byline: Felix Allen A HOUSE where three young children were sleeping was firebombed and shot at in an attack that detectives are linking to road rage hours earlier. Police said a petrol bomb made from a milk bottle was thrown through a family's...
Chocolate Scorpion? Ugly Bugs Fly Offthe Shelves at Fortnum's
Byline: Benedict Moore-Bridger THEY may not be your typical hamper ingredient but edible spiders, scorpions and crickets are flying off the shelves at Fortnum & Mason. Scorpions covered in chocolate, ovenbaked tarantulas, Thai curry crickets...
Club 18-19 Where Older Teens Hang Out
Byline: Sophie Russell IT'S THE right time to be an older teenager in London. There is limitless entertainment and you don't need a Coutts account or backstage connections to enjoy the best of it. The city's nightclubs are plentiful. Newer hotspots...
'Depressed' Outlook for UK Economy despite Recovery
Byline: Hugo Duncan THE economy will remain "depressed" for some time, despite a strong recovery over the summer. A leading think-tank today said gross domestic product grew by 0.9% in the three months to the end of July -- slower than the 1.1%...
Donors Won't Make Up for Arts Cuts, Says [Pounds Sterling]5m Tate Philanthropist
Byline: Gideon Spanier ONE of the City's top arts benefactors told David Cameron today he would not pick up the tab for budget cuts. John Studzinski, who gave [pounds sterling]5 million to Tate Modern in 2007, warned the Prime Minister that the...
Fabregas Vows He's Staying at Arsenal; 'I'm 100 per Cent Focused on Gunners,' Says Skipper
Byline: Marco Giacomelli CESC FABREGAS insisted today he is "100 per cent focused" on playing for Arsenal next season but admitted he had considered leaving for Barcelona this summer. The Gunners skipper pledged his immediate future to the London...
FEN WEEKEND; North Norfolk Is a Place of Pilgrimage for Swallows, Seals and Eccentric Hedonists. Gavanndra Hodge Is a Barsham Broad
Byline: Gavanndra Hodge There is something magical and strange about Norfolk. One of the least populated parts of England, at the very eastern edge of our island, it specialises in grand halls, medieval churches, flat expanses of countryside cloaked...
FLASHBULB; Good Times at Goodwood and Crazy Nights on the Cote d'Azur
Byline: EDITED BY ANDY BARKER Mother Russia: Natalia Vodianova, in Omo Norma Kamali with a Cartier bag, and her daughter Neva at the Festival of Speed Eight seconds with Natalia Vodianova What is your favourite car? A Ferrari California. Who...
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Get It off Your TXT
Bad day at work? Baffled by Boris's latest move? Text us your heartfelt and hilarious London thoughts Enter ES TEXTS followed by a space then your message, name, address and postcode TEXT TO 65400 Texts cost 25p plus your standard network charge. Terms...
Global Mission Accomplished
Byline: NICK KIMBERLEY WORLD ORCHESTRA FOR PEACE/GERGIEV WITH the 150th anniversary of Mahler's birth this year, and the centenary of his death next year, there's no shortage of his music. The day after the BBC Scottish's Mahler 3 Prom, Valery Gergiev...
Gove Claws Back [Pounds Sterling]400m to Save School Rebuilding
Byline: Paul Waugh Deputy Political Editor SCORES of school rebuilding projects are to get the go-ahead from Education Secretary Michael Gove in a bid to reduce the public backlash against his cuts plans. All 33 pilot schemes for so-called "sample...
Gove Claws Back [Pounds Sterling]400m to Save School Rebuilding
Byline: Paul Waugh Deputy Political Editor SCORES of school rebuilding projects are to get the go-ahead from Education Secretary Michael Gove in a bid to reduce the public backlash against his cuts plans. All 33 pilot schemes for so-called "sample...
Hamptons Court; Gone Are the Bankers, in Their Place Are Lady Gaga and Gwyneth. House Prices Are Booming and Everyone's on Madge Watch. Helen Kirwan-Taylor Sends a Postcard from the New Hamptons
Byline: Helen Kirwan-Taylor You know you've arrived in the Hamptons (which, by the way, is a name only foreigners use; strictly speaking, you specify which Hampton you're talking about, and there are four main ones and five smaller ones) because...
HOT GOSSIP; Chace Crawford May Play a Spoilt Manhattan Philanderer in Gossip Girl, but in Reality He Is a Chaste, Church-Going Texan Who's on the Hunt for True Love. Hermione Eyre Falls for His Southern Charm
Byline: Hermione Eyre Strange things happen to young girls' faces when you mention that Chace Crawford is in town. They flush and goggle and look like they might cry from happiness. You can practically hear their little hearts beating faster. To...
Hughes Hopes It's a Weekend to Savour as He Eyes Double
Byline: Geoff Lester LEADING jockey Richard Hughes has set his sights on claiming a memorable win double over the weekend. Hughes is aiming to help the Irish team retain their Shergar Cup crown at Ascot on Saturday and then hopes to win the Group...
Hurdles Give Ennis Double Vision for London Olympics
HEPTATHLON champion Jessica Ennis will consider competing in the 100metres hurdles at the 2012 London Olympics. The 24-year-old beat Olympic champion Nataliya Dobrynska by 45 points in Barcelona on Saturday to add European gold to her world title....
Ibiza Taken Down a Sensible Route; Road Test
Byline: Mike Stone SEAT IBIZA ST 1.6 TDI CR Top speed: 117mph; Emissions: 112g/km; Price: [pounds sterling]14,430; Combined fuel consumption: 67.3mpg (claimed) THE Spanish marque Seat is meant to be the arm of the Volkswagen group which appeals...
I Kept Naomi's Blood Diamonds Secret, Says Mandela Charity Boss
Byline: Alistair Foster THE charity boss at the centre of the Naomi Campbell blood diamond storm today broke his silence and admitted he received "three small uncut" stones from the supermodel. Jeremy Ratcliffe, the former head of Nelson Mandela...
I Kept Naomi's Blood Diamonds Secret, Says Mandela Charity Boss
Byline: Alistair Foster THE charity boss at the centre of the Naomi Campbell blood diamond storm today broke his silence and admitted he received "three small uncut" stones from the supermodel. Jeremy Ratcliffe, former head of Nelson Mandela...
JAILED POLICE CHIEF IN CELL BRAWL; DIZAEI CLAIMS ATTACK BY FELLOW INMATE WAS 'RACIST' Dizaei Punch-Up Flared 'After Family Picture Was Defaced'
Byline: Justin Davenport Crime Correspondent DISGRACED police chief Ali Dizaei is being investigated over claims he assaulted a fellow prisoner, the Standard can reveal. The corrupt former Met commander is accused of attacking the inmate in his...
JAILED POLICE CHIEF IN CELL BRAWL; DIZAEI CLAIMS ATTACK BY FELLOW INMATE WAS 'RACIST'; Dizaei Punch-Up Flared 'After Family Picture Was Defaced'
Byline: Justin Davenport Crime Correspondent DISGRACED police chief Ali Dizaei is being investigated over claims he assaulted a fellow prisoner, the Standard can reveal. The corrupt former Met commander is accused of attacking the inmate in his...
Lay off Rooney, the Guy Deserves a (Fag) Break
Byline: Dan Jones IF there are two better stress relievers than a nice fag and a wazz up against a wall, then you'd better tell me what they are. If you've never tried either -- or, preferably, the two at once -- then I'm telling you kids, you've...
Life Class Catherine Blyth on a Good Argument Go to Theschooloflife.Com
As summer sinks into silly season, I miss the World Cup. The soccer stank but there were still delicious spectacles. Yes, Ronaldo's torso. Better yet was watching spoilt youths rage at referees (presumably 'No' is rarely heard if you're on [pounds...
London's a Real Dream for Teens; Last Weekend's Underage Festival Is Just One Event in the Capital Aimed Specifically at Teenagers. Jasmine Gardner Reveals How Big Brands Are Desperately Seeking the Facebook Generation
Byline: Jasmine Gardner ON PAPER, 10,000 teenagers descending on east London's Victoria Park would have looked like every parent's nightmare. But last Sunday morning, without their parents (who weren't allowed in) the hordes headed for this year's...
LOOKING GOOD IS ONE THING ... the Story of a Glamorous Affair Is Gorgeously Shot and Gracefully Told -- All It Wants Is More Drama
Byline: Derek Malcolm COCO CHANEL AND IGOR STRAVINSKY Cert 15, 118 mins *** WHAT happens when two geniuses fall for each other? Fireworks? Not in this film about Coco Chanel and Stravinsky, whose affair was said to have blazed briefly in the...
Luck of the Draw as Spurs Get Swiss; Redknapp's Men to Face Young Boys in Euro Clash
Byline: Marco Giacomelli TOTTENHAM today got the best possible draw when they were paired with Swiss side Young Boys in the Champions League play-off. Harry Redknapp's team could have faced tougher teams in the shape of Sampdoria, Dynamo Kiev,...
Mackay's Still Searching for Premier Fringe Players to Help Watford Cut It
Byline: Ian Gibb CONNECTIONS always help when a Football League boss wants to borrow a top-flight player but Malky Mackay thinks it is more than just good links which have helped Watford land some of the most promising Premier League talent on loan....
MERCEDES THINKS IN ADVANCE; When David Williams Decided He and the Family Ought to Travel to Europe in Practical Style, One Vehicle Was the Automatic Choice ROAD TEST
Byline: David Williams MERCEDES E250 CDI BlueEfficiency Avantgarde Estate auto Top speed: 143 mph; 0-62mph: 8.1 seconds; Emissions: 163g/km; Price: [pounds sterling]34,755; Fuel consumption on test: 41.2mpg (autoroutes and London, fully laden) LIKE...
Morison's Office Days Make Him Work Harder
Byline: Marc Isaacs JUST five years ago Steve Morison was at the lowest ebb in his career. Having left Northampton Town to move to non-League Bishops Stortford, the striker combined playing with working in an office at a paper-shredding company....
Mother of Suicide Girls Devastated as Drugs Claim Her Third Daughter
Byline: Kiran Randhawa A MOTHER who lost two daughters to suicide is today grieving for a third who died from an apparent drugs overdose. Kate Borau was said to be "completely heartbroken" after finding 26-year-old Emily dead. The tragedy...
Must a Man Hang Because He Is Accused of Being Gay?
Byline: Peter Tatchell EIGHTEEN-year-old Ebrahim Hamidi has been sentenced to death by a court in the Iranian city of Tabriz, on charges that he sexually assaulted another man. His accuser has since withdrawn the assault claim in a sworn affidavit,...
My London; Actress and Musician Charlotte Gainsbourg Buys Her Cashmere at Brora, Her Cheeses at Partridges and Was Once Scared of the Bears in Chelsea
Byline: CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG Home is... Saint-Germain, Paris. Where do you stay in London? When my grandmother was alive, I used to stay at her house in Chelsea. For a long time she was my only reason to go to London. But since her death in...
Mystery over Booker Snub to Martin Amis; Londoner's Diary
CRUELTY, thy name is Booker! Martin Amis failed to make the Man Booker Prize longlist once again this year even though his latest book, The Pregnant Widow, was hailed by one critic as a "return to form". Now rumours are being whispered as to whether...
Mystery over Booker Snub to Martin Amis; Londoner's Diary
CRUELTY, thy name is Booker! Martin Amis failed to make the Man Booker Prize longlist once again this year even though his latest book, The Pregnant Widow, was hailed by one critic as a "return to form". Now rumours are being whispered as to whether...
Pakistan Have No Defence as England's Attack Runs Riot; Tourists' Batsmen Suffer Nightmare Start to Second Test at Edgbaston as Their Hopes of Squaring the Series Look Almost Over
Byline: Tom Collomosse Sports Correspondent PAKISTAN were humiliated by England at Edgbaston this morning as the tourists' inability to cope with the swinging ball made them lose six wickets for just 37 runs before lunch. Stuart Broad claimed...
Penn: Wyclef Jean's Bid to Be President of Haiti Is Obscene
Byline: Alistair Foster RAPPER Wyclef Jean's bid to become president of his native Haiti has come under attack by film star Sean Penn. The actor, who runs his own Haitian charity in the capital Port-au-Prince, criticised the musician's "obscene"...
Pop
Byline: DAVID SMYTH SKY LARKIN Kaleide (Witchita) "I KNOW there's potential," sings Katie Harkin on the opening track of her group's second album -- and she's correct. Kaleide is the sound of a band on the verge of brilliance. The Leeds trio aren't...
[Pounds Sterling]40m Graff Jewels Raid Ringleader Is Jailed for 23 Years
Byline: Paul Cheston Courts Correspondent THE ringleader of the [pounds sterling]40 million Graff jewellery robbery in Mayfair was jailed for 23 years today. Aman Kassaye, 25, was told he had inflicted "life-long trauma" on the store staff --...
RBS Scrapes a Profit as Boss Warns of 'Marathon' Ahead
Byline: Nick Goodway TAXPAYER-controlled Royal Bank of Scotland scraped into profit during the first half of the year, making just [pounds sterling]9 million. The bank, which unlike its rivals reports every three months, said it swung from losses...
Rothschild Supports Our Campaign; the Dispossessed
ONE of the world's oldest banks is the latest big donor to the Evening Standard's Dispossessed campaign. Rothschild joined hundreds of readers in backing the fund. The City investment bank, which traces its roots in banking to the 1760s, is supporting...
Santander Faces Extra [Pounds Sterling]180m Bill from Branch Buy
Byline: Lucy Tobin SANTANDER hailed its [pounds sterling]1.65 billion purchase of the 318 Royal Bank of Scotland branches in England and Wales as a massive deal that would hugely accelerate its growth plans, but the shine was wearing off today when...
Sports Groups Still Waiting for Share of [Pounds Sterling]15m Olympics Fund
Byline: Matthew Beard Sports News Correspondent BORIS JOHNSON'S flagship Olympic scheme to boost sports participation and train hundreds more coaches has hit major delays, the Evening Standard can reveal. Community sports clubs and charities...
Stars
Byline: PREDICTED BY SHELLEY VON STRUNCKEL Leo 22 July - 22 August Currently, everybody's life is in upheaval, not least yours. While some developments are welcome, others are more worrying. Instead of acting swiftly, invest time in meditating...
Stars
Byline: SHELLEY VON STRUNCKEL Aries March 20 - April 18 No matter how long you've known someone, there's always something new to discover. This is especially the case now, because frequent and often disruptive changes are forcing decisions to...
Strauss Hopes England Can Rectify That Empty Feeling; All We Can Do Is Play Positive Cricket, Says Skipper as Lack of Sales for Second Test at Edgbaston Continues Summer's Worrying Trend
Byline: Tom Collomosse Sports Correspondent ANDREW STRAUSS has called on his team to help bring back the crowds to Test cricket during the rest of the summer after the disappointing response to Pakistan's tour. The capacity of Edgbaston, venue for...
The Bells Ring Out
GIGS OF THE WEEKEND DAVID SMYTH SLEIGH BELLS This free Saturday night show by one of the most hyped American bands of the year is sure to cause a road block (they've already sold out The Lexington on Monday). Derek Miller and Alexis Krauss could be...
The Big Apple Comes to Covent Garden; iPhone Maker Opens Largest 'And Best' Store
Byline: Mark Prigg Technology Editor IT IS set to become London's most lucrative store when it opens tomorrow, with takings that could top [pounds sterling]60 million a year. The new Apple shop in Covent Garden was today described by the computer...
The Dispossessed Rothschild Supports Our Campaign
ONE of the world's oldest banks is the latest big donor to the Evening Standard's Dispossessed campaign. Rothschild joined hundreds of readers in backing the fund. The City investment bank, which traces its roots in banking to the 1760s, is supporting...
The Ground Zero Mosque Would Heal Old Wounds; Building a Place of Worship for Muslims near the World Trade Center Site Sends the Right Message to Extremists
Byline: James Fenton VIEW FROM AMERICA GROUND Zero mosque supporters," tweeted former Alaska governor Sarah Palin the other day, "doesn't it stab you in the heart, as it does ours throughout the heartland? Peaceful Muslims, pls refudiate." And so...
THE KNOWLEDGE; Spies, Sondheim and a Naughty Italian
A London fairy tale Enjoy a Grimm night out at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre's revival of Stephen Sondheim's 1980s fairy-tale musical masterpiece Into the Woods. Follow the adventures of Little Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, the Baker and his...
The Merry Friends of Windsor; Our Young Royals Gather Friends Wherever They Go, from the Polo Fields of Cowdray to the Dusty Plains of Africa. Illen Rowe Charts Their Madding Crowd
Byline: Illen Rowe PRINCESS BEATRICE Olivia Perry, 23 aka 'Bubble'. Chelsy's flatmate and Bea's NBF Hugo Taylor, 23 Eugenie's wild ex. Old Harrovian and Courtauld graduate [pounds sterling] Sean Brosnan, 26 Pierce's budding actor son and...
THE PROTECTION RACKET Sun Creams
Byline: EDITED BY EVEIE LONGDON From left to right, top to bottom: NIA 24 100% Mineral Sunscreen SPF 30 is a light, oil-free lotion that absorbs easily, [pounds sterling]37 for 75ml, at spacenk.co.uk Chantecaille Firming Sun Cream SPF 30 prevents...
The Realities of London Poverty
YOUR piece on low-paid workers featured among others Ramon, a cleaner at University College London. His daily six hours' work is split between early morning and late evening, for which he is paid a poverty wage of [pounds sterling]6 per hour: well...
Tiger Targets a Fightback after Sinking to New Low at Firestone; American on Recovery Mission as He Hits Worst Score in 41 Rounds at a Course Where He Has Won Seven Times. by David Smith
Byline: David Smith TIGER WOODS could face further humiliation today after vowing to play himself back into contention for the Bridgestone Invitational. The American was set to come out for the second round at the Firestone Country Club in Akron...
TOP FUN; at 48, Tom Cruise Just about Still Has What It Takes to Play an Action Hero -- and Certainly Knows How to Deliver a Popcorn Movie; FILM OF THE WEEK
Byline: David Sexton KNIGHT AND DAY Cert 12A, 109 mins *** THE main thing I've learned over the years is that the MacGuffin is nothing," Hitchcock told Truffaut. "It doesn't matter what it is." Just as well. In Knight and Day, the MacGuffin is...
Urban Hunting Is a Small Test of the Big Society
Byline: Sebastian Shakespeare UNTIL this week I never really understood what Dave Cameron's Big Society was all about. It's vague, abstract and vacuous and Boris Johnson's rival notion of a big society, as in obese society, is far more comprehensible...
WELCOME TO THE WEIRD WORLD OF BABY DEE; Everything in the Life of the Transsexual Singer Has Been Extraordinary -- So a Candlelit Gig with the Elysian Quartet in a Spitalfields Church Is Par for the Course; SOUND CHECK
Byline: David Smyth BABY DEE's journey from A (working-class Irish Catholic childhood in Cleveland, Ohio) to B (prestigious commission to perform as part of the Frieze Art Fair's music strand this autumn), has taken in every other letter of the...
Wembley Win Would Give Ancelotti the Psychological Advantage; No Points at Stake but Community Shield Success Can Help Chelsea Stay on Top of Their Main Title Rivals. James Olley Reports
Byline: James Olley SUSTAINING superiority over Manchester United is a feat very few clubs have achieved since the Premier League began but Chelsea have an opportunity this weekend to signal their intent to do precisely that. Since losing the...
West Ham Must Sell Players to Fund [Pounds Sterling]12.5m Deal for Striker Remy
Byline: Ken Dyer WEST HAM'S hopes of signing French striker Loic Remy from Nice look doomed unless they can sell at least two players to help fund the deal. Remy, who made a flying visit to England yesterday to talk to Stoke, has said that he...
We Still Need to Call the Banks to Account
WHEN a bank that is 83 per cent owned by the taxpayer makes an operating profit of [pounds sterling]1.1 billion in six months, up on [pounds sterling]15 million a year ago, the taxpayer should be the first to rejoice. The news that RBS has made this...
When the Cuts Start Hitting Home, the Going Will Get Tougher; COMMENTARY
Byline: Tim Montgomerie DAVID DAVIS called it the "brokeback coalition" in recognition of the political romance between Nick Clegg and David Cameron. More accurately, it's been called the "breakneck coalition". Despite the gentlemanly working...
When the Cuts Start Hitting Home, the Going Will Get Tougher; COMMENTARY
Byline: Tim Montgomerie DAVID DAVIS called it the "brokeback coalition" in recognition of the political romance between Nick Clegg and David Cameron. More accurately, it's been called the "breakneck coalition". Despite the gentlemanly working...
White House Calling: Please Will You Make a Coat for Mrs Obama
Byline: Rob Parsons A YOUNG London fashion designer has been commissioned by US First Lady Michelle Obama. Bunmi Olaye, 27, who runs Bunmi Koko with her partner Francis Udom, was given the honour after sending a prospectus of her designs to the...
Win a Wine Tasting Experience; Codeword
Courtesy of Buyagift.com, the UK's leading gift experience provider, this Vinopolis grapevine package has been designed with the beginner in mind. Included is a self-guided tour of the extensive premises, five regular wine tastings, a Bombay Sapphire...
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