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Mixology is an old term that is new again. That’s because cocktails are more than just a drink, they’re a work of art expertly prepared by mixologists. There’s a new place in Cambridge where you can find mixologists at work. We visit Blue Ruin on Race Street.

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Every Fiber Coffee opened up in Seaford a little more than a month ago. The owner says it’s about so much more than java and pastries, it’s about connecting community. DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli pays a visit to see what’s brewing.

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One of the advantages of living in a small town like Princess Anne, you can find just about everything you need within a few blocks. That includes fine wines. And, whether you are a fan of Riesling, Cabernet, or maybe Pinot Grigio, Junior’s Wines on Somerset Avenue has a selection for everyone and the expertise to help you get that perfect bottle.

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The 12th Annual Berlin Jazz and Blues, Wine and Brews Festival is next weekend. Sponsored by the Berlin Chamber of Commerce, the event is FREE to attend.  Enjoy 2 stages of live music, great food, shopping, art and beer for sale. Wine Tasting is $35 and includes unlimited tastings of wine from around the world. More than 60 different wines to choose from featuring 10 different wineries. Plus, you can take home your complementary tasting glass.

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Pinocchio the bear made his debut at the Salisbury Zoo with much fanfare last year, and his rock star status is not fading. In fact, Evolution Craft Brewing and the Salisbury zoo have created a beer in honor of the Andean bear. It’s called Pinocchio Pale Ale, and this weekend, the zoo is hosting a celebration of the collaboration.

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It’s time to vote for the best brewpub. Dogfish Head Brewing and Eats is one of 20 craft brewpubs around the country nominated as the best in the US by a panel of beer experts. You can vote once per day until the poll closes on Monday, March 25th at noon.

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Jennifer Layton, the Owner Of Layton’s Chance Vineyard and Winery is with us as we play “Flying Fruitcake Fun” and it’s all for an event with a good cause. The Flying Fruitcake Event is on Sunday, January 27, 2019, from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Drop, toss, heave, and play field games. There will also be Live music from Double Nickels! Entry is a donation to the Maryland Food Bank, non-perishable food items, cleaning supplies, or baby supplies.

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Kevin Clover, the president of the Delmarva Whiskey Club joins us to tell us more about the Burns Supper. It’s a time when Scotland celebrates the birthday of their greatest poet, Robert Burns, every 25th of January with a traditional dinner. For the 5th year in a row, the Delmarva Whiskey Club will host the Whisky Winter Golf/Scotch Dinner on Saturday, 26 January 2019 11:30 AM – 9 PM. The dinner is a pairing with Scotch whiskeys.

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Jennifer Brant is the chairwoman of the event and Elizabeth Dodge is a local student who will soon be traveling to Germany. They sit down with us to talk about the celebration this year.

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What does it take to make sure your patriotic party will be the talk of the town this Fourth of July? That’s easy! A quick call to DelmarvaLife’s Lauren Hitch will do the trick. We’ve enlisted her help this holiday. She’s showing us how to make patriotic windsocks, kid-friendly sparklers, sparkle bottles and a couple red, white and blue snacks.