October 2012

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Sounds of the City: The Tralf

Pastimes: Quilting resurgence merges art and craft

HOME: Modernist jewel for empty nesters

The Dirt: Flowers and plants in memoriam

HOME: Unlikely champions save Amherst landmark

Crash course in preservation

Media Watch: John Zach—from rock 'n' roll to radio

Album Review: "Gershwin"

TOPSPIN/10: A slow simmered platter of art

Get Outside: Horseback riding in WNY

On the Line: Chef Brad Rowell

Take One: Daniel's

In the Field: Painted Meadow

HOME: Color cues from the Hotel Lafayette

HOME: At home with Mike Andrzejewski

Edible History: La Tarte Tatin

Budget Crunch: Nette's Fried Chicken

At the Table: Where there's smoke there's fire

Album Review: "Polish Masterworks"

Onstage: A haunting October

Preservation Ready: 885 Niagara

Local wine resource guide

Calandrelli's Top Ten New York & Southern Ontario Wines

Ice wine—not just for dessert

One Sweet Day Along the Seneca Wine Trail

Southern Ontario—two roads diverge

Grape Guide

Ontario Wine Arrives

Burke's Top Ten New York and Southern Ontario Wines

Hermann J. Wiemer Vineyard: European Wine Nobility in the Finger Lakes

We'll Drink to That: Sparkling Wine Myths and Magic

In Vino Veritas

A brief timeline of winemaking in New York State

Criden's Top Ten New York & Southern Ontario Wines

Revolutionary Winemaking and its Aftermath

Talking Turkey

October 2012: Hot 5

October Food Events

Game On: Rick Jeanneret reflects

Peter Stephens in two parts

Buffalo Days: Struggling to comprehend the incomprehensible

Q&A: Kathy Hochul

Classically Speaking: Chamber music blooms

Sounds of the City: Heaven knows we're not miserable now

October 2012: Letter from the Editor

October 2012: Charity & Fundraisers

October 2012: Spree Insider

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