Blog Posts - Vineyard



Obama golf video: He can't even do that right!

Barack Obama plays so much golf that you would think a 3-foot putt would be a gimme!But, as with everything this President touches, he can't even do that right!So while the world is burning down around us, Obama fails once more, this time on the golf...
by The Political Commentator on Aug 10, 2014

Absentee President Goes Golfing on His Vacation

George Bush stopped playing golf because of the bad optics but, this has not stopped the current golfer-in-chief from doing so. After all, it's not like the military has existing operations underway in Iraq or there's a war going on in Afghanistan.
by Fire Jim Moran on Aug 10, 2014

Obama Golf Video: He can't do anything right!

Barack Obama plays so much golf that you would think a 3-foot putt would be a gimme!But, as with everything this president touches, he can't even do that right!So while the world is burning down around us, Obama even fails at golf! And while he finds...
by The Political Commentator on Aug 9, 2014

Obama: Less Bread, More Circuses

Obama is going to make some last minute remarks before embarking on a two week long vacation to Martha's Vineyard, home to not a few of the "1%".Back in 2011, Obama made a statement before leaving for Martha's Vineyard, that he would lay out his plan...
by Proof Positive on Aug 9, 2014

Wine tasting in NZ

Vineyards and olive trees stretch into rolling green hills. Before me sit four empty wine glasses, and one that still holds nearly half a glass of pale amber sauvignon blanc. I may as well be in a New Zealand tourism ad. But, this is real life, and I...
by Marie Away on Aug 7, 2014

On the Easel-Martha’s Vineyard Landscape

On the easel right now is a new landscape from Martha&# […] The post On the Easel-Martha’s Vineyard Landscape appeared first on P.J. Cook Artist Studio.
by P.J. Cook artist on Aug 6, 2014

The look of our wartime President!

Come Saturday Barack Obama will be in the playground of the rich and famous, Martha's Vineyard!He will be vacationing while global turmoil is at a level not reached in a long, long time.As an American citizen I can say that I am embarrassed to use th...
by The Political Commentator on Aug 5, 2014

A Girlfriend Getaway to Martha’s Vineyard

If I was missing the island life after leaving Maui, the sensation didn’t last long. A week after landing back on the East Coast, I was on my way to the new family retreat on Martha’s Vineyard. This was a super exciting weekend for me ...
by Alex in Wanderland on Jul 31, 2014

Pietratorcia wine cellar

The cellars of Pietratorcia among the best Italian wine producers, were born in Forio, on the western side of the Island, thanks to the efforts of young enthusiasts who wanted to continue to enhance the traditions of old island fa...
by Ischia Apartments on Jul 25, 2014

Daytrip from Senigallia: Corinaldo Italy

The last weeks, you’ve probably read a few things about my trip to Senigallia on the coast of Italy, but besides a visit to the beach and looking at the old city, you might want to see a bit more of the surroundings? In that case, I can recomme...
by The Travel Tester on Jul 10, 2014

Brokenwood

You can find the original of this magnificent post here This Magnificent Life By the usual measures the Hunter Valley, a couple of hours north of Sydney, is not perfect for vineyards. It is bordering on too warm in summer and the rains often come at...
by ThisMagnificentLife on Jun 24, 2014

Cognac Vines Ravaged by Freak Hailstorms

“They buy Porsches and Ferraris, apartments in Royan or Miami…  And when the hailstorms arrive they shamelessly cry for aid,” so says Alain Philippe, the former director of the BNIC via Facebook on June 10, 2014. I wish I’d read...
by Cognac Expert, the Cognac Blog on Jun 17, 2014

The Calling Wine (A Tribute to Fathers)

“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Dad Central Consulting for The Calling Wines. I received a product sample and promotional item as a thank you for participating.”The Calling is a joint venture between Deutsch Family Wine and Spirit...
by Midwest Multisport Life on Jun 11, 2014

Casa d'Ambra - a Taste of Ischia through the generations

The Casa D’Ambra vineyard and production complex sits in a natural amphitheatre overlooking the bay of Citara in Forio d’Ischia.Renowned as one of the foremost wine producers in Ischia, with awards and DOC ratings fo...
by Ischia Apartments on Jun 10, 2014

Photo of the Week 156

Greetings from Martha’s Vineyard! I was beyond pleased to find that when I arrived back from my whirlwind of press trips last week, summer had arrived on the East Coast. I spent just under a week in Albany — catching up on work, hitting s...
by Alex in Wanderland on Jun 8, 2014

Child Trafficking-Exploitation Activist in Laconia

 Rob Morris will be speakingat a Lakes Region church Sunday. Rob Morris, the president and co-founder of Love146, an international nonprofit organization working to combat child trafficking and exploitation, will be speaking in the Lakes Region...
by Lakes Region of New Hampshire on May 21, 2014

Pietratorcia wine cellar

The cellars of Pietratorcia among the best Italian wine producers, were born in Forio, on the western side of the Island, thanks to the efforts of young enthusiasts who wanted to continue to enhance the traditions of old island families, Iacono, Regi...
by Ischia Apartments on May 19, 2014

DIRECTOR SPIKE LEE IS SUCH A HYPOCRITE THAT IT’S HILARIOUS!

SPIKE LEE RANTS ABOUT GENTRIFICATION IN BLACK NYC NEIGHBORHOODS ACTOR MICHAEL RAPPAPORT, A DEESE DEM AND DOSE SPEAKING “ACTOR” and I’m using that word loosely when I speak about Rappaport; has criticized the almighty moron LEE. Spik...
by Bonjukianpatten.com on May 12, 2014

3 Award-Winning Resorts Celebrating Mom with Mother’s Day Brunch

Mother's Day 2014 will be here sooner than we think. When it comes to finding ways to celebrate the day, travel and culinary pampering are gifts that never go out of style. At these three award-winning resort hotels, you and Mom can enjoy some outsta...

Things to See in Florence Italy – Attractions and Sights

There are so many things to see in Florence Italy. The attractions and sights you find in this stunning city are among Europe's finest. Florence is the largest city in Tuscany, and it is most well known as the birthplace of the Renaissance. Florence...
by Solo Italia on Apr 8, 2014


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