The mission of InncerCity Entrepreneurs, which is based in Boston, is to promote job creation, wealth generation and community development by helping a diverse group of urban entrepreneurs strengthen and grow their existing small business.
“Women In Wine”
move is on. Increasingly more and more women are playing an important
role in the wine industry. This truly long overdue evolution and
revolution finds more women entering and becoming acknowledged in the
wine world as winemakers, sommeliers, negotiants, writers and
merchants. From the way they purchase wine to the way they taste and
evaluate it women have made a lasting impression on this once male
dominated industry. It’s a great time to enjoy the fruit of the vine.
So please join me for this special series that highlights a number of
remarkable and talented women who want to share their wine experiences
Segment 1. Sunday January 25: Tilar Mazzeo, Author of “Widow Clicquot” and “Back Lane Wineries of Sonoma”.
Segment 2. Sunday February 1: Mary Ann Vangrin, Director of Public Relations, Clos Du Val Winery Napa Valley, California.
Segment 3. Sunday February 8: Gina Gallo, Winemaker, Gallo Wines, Sonoma County, California.
David O'Toole, President of Labor Cost Control in Worcester, talks about controlling labor costs in a tough economy.
Michael Covino, principal of Niche Hospitality Group and chair of the Canal District Business Association talks about running three local, independent restaurants in a tough economy.
Drawing on previously unknown sources, unpublished letters, and
unprecedented access to all the key figures, author and journalist
Philip Norman gives us the most complete and revealing portrait of John
Lennon that is ever likely to be published.
Jeff Hunter of Assumption College & Robert Thomas of the Martin
Luther King Jr. Business Empowerment Center. They'll talk about fighting poverty and giving hope with a college education.
ANYONE WHO HAS WALKED BAREFOOT ACROSS A PARKING LOT ON A HOT SUMMER DAY
KNOWS THAT BLACKTOP IS EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD AT SOAKING UP THE SUN'S
WARMTH.NOW RESEARCH HAS FOUND A WAY TO USE THAT HEAT SOAKING PROPERTY
FOR AN ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCE.THROUGH ASPHALT,THE RESEARCHES ARE
DEVELOPING A SOLAR COLLECTOR THAT COULD TURN ROADS AND PARKING LOTS
INTO AN INEXPENSIVE SOURCE OF ELECTRICITY ANS HOT WATER. More Information at: http://pavement.wpi.edu/Research_Heat.html
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