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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Frank Morgan
Let's return to the Land of Oz and learn about one of the most beloved films in the history of cinema.
Starting with Hurricane Irene, Virginia's winemaking region has become drenched during the last months of grape-growing season — the time when vintners most hope for drought to concentrate the berries' flavors.
Even with modern technology, Virginia's grape growers have to work harder than their competitors in Napa Valley, Calif., and the Bordeaux region of France, said Frank Morgan, who blogs about wine at drinkwhatyoulike.wordpress.com.