Lunch at Bec à Vin Restaurant in Uzès and tasting rosé wine at Domaine de la Mordorée in Tavel. I love well made, chilled, crisp, dry rosé wines at any time of the year. Generally, I find Tavel wines to be too serious, heavy, not crisp and refreshing like those from Côtes de Provence, Coteaux d’Aix-en-Provence, or Bandol. So when I tasted the Domaine de la Mordorée rosé at lunch that day, I wanted to go to the winery. So off we went; conveniently it was on the way back to Sablet.
bernadette – Kung Gusto mong pumunta ng schengen countries and may anak ka dun na may work or may asawa na foreigner and sila ang kukuha ng visa sayo don’t worry kahit wala kang pera sa bangko kasi family member mo ang magiging garantor mo na kaya nilang sustentohan ang pagtour mo sa schengen countries.
Right now, my online life consists mostly of midterm status updates and the occasional outdoor run (come on Tavel — you can do better than that!). There is more going on (I promise!) but it’s time to keep some of that stuff to myself. Despite the obviously less appealing blog material, I am very much excited about where I am going, although slightly impatient to finally get to the part where I have a job again (2.5 more years…!). As I bury my head deeper into my anatomy books and force my feet to stay grounded on the familiar NYC pavement, I still feel surrounded by exciting possibilities. At some point, I guess I just decided to share less of them with the world.
The U.S. is in the third-longest economic expansion in post-war history. There are more jobs, but wages have been a sore spot: since the financial crash, the typical American’s earnings have barely grown when you account for inflation. To track this dynamic over time, I worked with Jed Kolko, chief economist at Indeed, who analyzed U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data and projections on which this animated chart relies. Sector by sector, the chart follows employment and wages since 2006, just before the crash.
A further exploration into brand-name vs. house-brand or private label foods. Some surprises are in store-no pun intended. Painting tips for homeowners who enjoy D.I.Y. projects. Basic information for first-time painters. Axios Science Alison Snyder delivers the most important news from the frontiers of medicine, space, neuroscience, physics and more.
The White House is engaging CEOs across the country, looking for them to hold town halls, do media appearances, and write letters to their employees explaining the benefits of tax reform. They want members to return to their districts in August and hear from business leaders and other influential constituents about why tax reform needs to get done.