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Tuesday, May 21st, 2013 by Lindsay Higel
Jamey put together for us a class that he offers….Wine Tasting 101. Our group of 12 wandered down the stairs to the Bistro area. For those of you (I hope none) that have not been to WIneStyles, the atmosphere is comfortable and relaxing, yet offers a posh lounge area that has Old World Charm. You truly feel transformed when you walk through the doors.
Tuesday, May 14th, 2013 by Courtney Malone
With this beautiful weather approaching, it can only mean one thing, The Barn Festival will soon be open! A destination for crafty people throughout the state, The Barn is located out on Marian Road, just south of Hastings a mile. Made famous for its Barn Candles, this great getaway is a shopper’s paradise as the place is filled with thousands of handcrafted home decor items, jewelry, yard art and plenty of gourmet food products!
Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 by Courtney Malone
I grew up in the small town of Palmyra, where a majority of my summer was spent at my Grandparents’ farm. My sister and I showed pigs each year at the Otoe County Fair. Though my Dad tried to get me to help with all the chores and gardening around the farm, I always found myself disappearing to my Grandmother’s kitchen.
Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 by Lindsay Higel
Thank you Hastings for welcoming me back to the Hword. I have missed you, and look forward to sharing my “foodie” experiences with you again, but for now, here is an update on what has been going on in my life.
Wednesday, May 1st, 2013 by Linsey Martin
Grapes that taste just like Sour Patch Kids candy!
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 by Cash Mob Hastings
The Hastings Area Chamber of Commerce is supporting local business by holding a CASH MOB! Everyone wins at the Cash Mob…the business get a bit of an economic stimulus and you get the satisfaction of making a difference in your community.
Monday, April 1st, 2013 by Amanda McKenzie
The mission of Do The Brew is to bring great taste of craft beers to Central Nebraska and raise funds for the Hastings Community Arts Council. This year there will be over 100 different craft beers from more than 40 different state, regional and national breweries. If beer is not your thing, WineStyles of Hastings will be providing a selection of wines at an additional cost.
Wednesday, March 13th, 2013 by theHword
This may have been my “sweetest” case yet…..Say hello to Barista’s of Hastings! I’m still savoring the sweet and salty taste of my divine salted caramel mocha from Barista’s one day later! On a brisk winter day, I’m convinced it’s the perfect drink to indulge in. Creamy and delightful, it was good to the last [...]