‘Wine & A Bite’ offers interesting experiences


Thursday, July 25th, 2013
Issue 30, Volume 17.


‘Wine & A Bite’ offers interesting experiences - Malary Greenwood photo. - Nancy Schrimpf and Steve Todoruk gaze with interest at the skateboard art on display at Brazen Arts Gallery during the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk event on July 19.
Nancy Schrimpf and Steve Todoruk gaze with interest at the skateboard art on display at Brazen Arts Gallery during the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk event on July 19.

‘Wine & A Bite’ offers interesting experiences - Malary Greenwood photo. - Kathie Richards of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce pours tastes of wine at the Brandon Gallery for people to drink while they browse through the gallery and view the art on display at the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk in historic downtown on July 19.
Kathie Richards of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce pours tastes of wine at the Brandon Gallery for people to drink while they browse through the gallery and view the art on display at the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk in historic downtown on July 19.

‘Wine & A Bite’ offers interesting experiences - Malary Greenwood photo. - Kathleen Morgan crafts her artwork by piecing together fabrics inside She She La women’s consignment store for participants to view during the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk event on July 19.
Kathleen Morgan crafts her artwork by piecing together fabrics inside She She La women’s consignment store for participants to view during the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk event on July 19.

‘Wine & A Bite’ offers interesting experiences - Malary Greenwood photo. - Steve Steinberg paints an image of Buzz Aldrin during the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk on July 19 so viewers can see his technique.
Steve Steinberg paints an image of Buzz Aldrin during the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk on July 19 so viewers can see his technique.

‘Wine & A Bite’ offers interesting experiences - Malary Greenwood photo. - Debbie Nevis receives a sweet taste of Italy - chocolate chip gelato - from Fabio Peraro at Tutto Dolce during the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk event.
Debbie Nevis receives a sweet taste of Italy - chocolate chip gelato - from Fabio Peraro at Tutto Dolce during the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk event.

‘Wine & A Bite’ offers interesting experiences - Malary Greenwood photo. - Local musician Frank Alves (of Frankie & the Invisibles) treats people participating in the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk to some classic rock and roll at the Village Square in downtown Fallbrook. 
Local musician Frank Alves (of Frankie & the Invisibles) treats people participating in the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk to some classic rock and roll at the Village Square in downtown Fallbrook. 

‘Wine & A Bite’ offers interesting experiences - Malary Greenwood photo. - Fallbrook Chamber member Katie Toppin hands Bob and Charlene Mann wine glasses to begin the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk in downtown Fallbrook.
Fallbrook Chamber member Katie Toppin hands Bob and Charlene Mann wine glasses to begin the ‘Wine & A Bite’ Art Walk in downtown Fallbrook.


 

10 comments

Comment Profile ImageLee
Comment #1 | Friday, Jul 26, 2013 at 9:41 am
This is exactly what Fallbrook needs: more culture!

More culture equals less guns.
Comment Profile Image@Lee
Comment #2 | Friday, Jul 26, 2013 at 2:47 pm
Fallbrook has had this event for yearly, along with the San Diego Pops and Last year San Diego Symphony - these aren't new...always had the culture.
Comment Profile ImageSeriously??
Comment #3 | Friday, Jul 26, 2013 at 3:42 pm
@Lee: Fallbrook has always had culture. Art is a big deal here. Where have you been? What guns are you talking about? If you are talking about about gang bangers, I seriously doubt they would be going to a social event like this anyway.
Comment Profile ImageWrenchers
Comment #4 | Saturday, Jul 27, 2013 at 1:00 pm
The Arts are a major component of the culture of this community.

Along with the culture of the area itself. There are also very few still remaining agricultural communities similar to Fallbrook in SoCal as many of them have been chopped, diced, and sliced up to feed the need for more homes. Fallbrook has still (for the most part) managed to rise above all that.

The first comment made above is indicative of the need of something for someone to say, whether it is valid or not. It often also indicates the validity of the individual who makes said comments.

Guns and gangs are merely distraction talking points which are capitalized upon to taint what is otherwise a very special area of San Diego county.

Show me some of the most beautiful areas of this country, and it will still contain it's guns and gangs... And comments such as above.
Comment Profile ImageFor a Free America
Comment #5 | Sunday, Jul 28, 2013 at 7:52 am
I propose that all future cultural events require a gun theme.

More gun culture equals fewer Lee's moving to town.
Comment Profile ImageLMAO
Comment #6 | Sunday, Jul 28, 2013 at 9:49 am
@Comment #5. Thanks. You made my day.
Comment Profile ImageLee
Comment #7 | Monday, Jul 29, 2013 at 7:06 am
@ #5 & 6

Thank you so much. You two are such lovely human beings.
Comment Profile ImagePink
Comment #8 | Monday, Jul 29, 2013 at 8:35 am
Do the people get to vote on this? Oh wait, that's Lee's line.... LOL
Comment Profile ImageDR DR
Comment #9 | Monday, Jul 29, 2013 at 10:05 am
I finally have to comment on the threads!

CULTURE: For religious beliefs, my family heirs were in the military, but did not carry guns so they didn't kill people, but were medics, administrative and etc. However, we all had guns for our natural provision and still do for this purpose: Hunting season (October) provides elk, deer, bear, moose, etc. for families to survive. You may think cattle and chickens would allow the means - wrong! We do butcher cattle, 1 or 2, but they have to reproduce and are expensive to raise. Raising cattle are to sell so you get to eat steak!! Milk cows are for milk, bulls are to be a bull. Chickens do not survive the winters. This is culture with guns.
Comment Profile ImageQueen
Comment #10 | Monday, Jul 29, 2013 at 5:01 pm
Does anyone know if Tutto Dulce is open on a regular basis?

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