Probably the biggest news this week is that the SFC Markets (Downtown and Sunset Valley) now have a fishmonger! Yvonne Cavazos of Concha’s Salsas has been driving to South Texas every week to get tomatoes and peppers for her salsas. She realized what a great opportunity she had to swing by the coast and get fresh seafood to sell while she was there. She will be bringing mostly shrimp, but also other seasonal seafood to the two markets, with the lion’s share going to Sunset Valley.
Morris Martick, the colorful restaurateur who ran a landmark French restaurant on Mulberry Street for nearly four decades, died of lung cancer Dec. 16. He was 88. However, a wicked servant girl, milking the parent cow, struck the beast and cursed her. The animal turned to the other two and lowed to them, sorrowfully, and the three moved off to the sea. Eventually, a witch took a sieve and milked her dry.
Basic treatments: Il Ritiro massage, 17,000 for 50 min; Armani Ceremony 62,000 for 180mins. Relegated by society, Nepal’s below caste members get a helping hand from Himalayan Healers, an organisation that trains them to heal others through various kinds of massage, while empowering them to heal themselves of low self esteem, and rescuing them from generations of the worst kind of drudgery. A truly uplifting experience for everyone concerned.
James M. Lawson Jr. And others into Room 307 at the Lorraine Motel to discuss a restraining order King had just received barring he and his aides from leading another march in Memphis without court approval. As a dancer, Tzveta has been part of Ed Tyler, Sara Pearson/Patrik Widrig and David Dorfman Dance companies, and has performed in works of Mark Haim, Nancy Bannon, Maurice Fraga, Zoltan Nagy, Joshua Bisset, Netta Yerushalmy, and Colleen Thomas, among others. Her work as a choreographer has been presented at CSPAC (MD), Dance Place (DC), Kennedy Center (DC), Test!0 (Croatia), NBU (Bulgaria), Judson Church (NYC), Dixon Place (NYC), Mulberry Street Theater (NYC), Artomatic. She received a Metro DC Dance Award (2008), the Prince George’s Arts Council grant (2009 and 2012) and Maryland State Arts Council Award (2010 and 2011).
Look for soft acidity and firm, not heavy, tannins on the finish. In order to obtain the high quality grapes needed to make exceptional wines, Louis Bernard holds long term contracts with about fifteen growers. Loaded with fragrant aromas of sweet raspberry, kirsch, strawberries, spice box, leather and smoke, the palate is well structured with its rich flavours of black and red fruits, spice, garrigue, soft acidity and firm tannins.