Monthly Archives: March 2019

A Young Haydn Mystery

Did the baker’s boy kill his master? Haydn thinks he did not, but will the young composer find a way to save the boy from the gallows? “The Baker’s Boy,” a young Haydn Mystery, was first published in Kaye George’s … Continue reading

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Wine Demystified!

This past weekend we visited the San Antonio Winery in Los Angeles. The winery is 101 years old and produces 87 different types of wines. Initially the grapes came from vineyards in the surrounding areas—Pasadena and Burbank. These days they … Continue reading

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