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Sherrie Perkovich
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Lives in Sonoma, CA
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It's Oktoberfest! There are many local festivals, so find one nearby and go get yourself a brat and a beer, enjoy.
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Google+ can be a great addition to existing business marketing strategies. But understanding the current social media landscape is essential to generating continued success.

Read more: http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/new-business-bytes/2013/sep/16/need-know-tips-your-google-marketing-strategy/#ixzz2f7w8smR6
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If you haven’t visited either the Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival or this beautiful historic community of Harper's Ferry, West Virgnia, this weekend might just be your best chance. Maybe we’ll see you there this weekend.

Read more: http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/entertainment-news-and-reviews/2013/sep/26/heritage-arts-and-crafts-festival-harpers-ferry-wv/#ixzz2g2PQbB1
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We all have those special recipes from our mothers and grandmothers that spell L-O-V-E and bring back pleasant memories of crisp Autumn days and warm meals that nourish our souls.

Read more: http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/feed-mind-nourish-soul/2013/oct/1/recipes-easy-autumn-comfort-foods/#ixzz2gVbiTxvI
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It’s time to get your “oompah” on. Munich, Germany’s annual beer bonanza known as Oktoberfest is set for two weeks of boisterous celebration for the 180th time during the final days of September and early October.

This year Oktoberfest begins September 21 and runs through October 7. Wundebar!

Read more: http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/travels-peabod/2013/sep/19/munichs-oktoberfest-germanys-ultimate-beer-festiva/#ixzz2fNRMrsOT #oktoberfest2013 +Oktoberfest 
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The Civil War: “The Hour of Peril,” the first plot to kill Lincoln: http://wtim.es/14ZeEK0 via @wtcommunities
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Writer, Washington Times Communities, Food & Travel
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  • The Grape Hunter
    Writer, 2012 - present
  • The Washington Times Communities
    Writer, 2011 - present
  • Perk Consulting
    Managing Partner, 2007 - present
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San Francisco, CA - Chicago, IL - Calumet City, IL - Lakeview, AR - Schererville, IN
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If its happening in around or about San Francisco, we are on it!
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Travel + +Wine + Food + Entertainment Writer for the Washington Times Communities
@OutAboutSanFran

Wine Travel Writer for The Grape Hunter
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Sharing the very best of San Francisco, San Jose, Napa, Sonoma, Livermore Valley, Lake County, Mendocino, Santa Cruz and all Bay Areas within driving distance of this fine city.  
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I may have been to more Northern California wineries than anyone I know
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  • Purdue University Calumet
    Marketing, 1990 - 1994
  • DePaul University
    Marketing, 1995 - 1997
  • Marian Catholic High School
    College Prep, 1986 - 1990
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Celebrate the Fourth of July in Philadelphia this year for America's 237th birthday.

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Nelson Mandela remains in serious condition as South Africa prepares for the worst.

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Hillary Clinton sends her first Tweet. What does it mean?

The Healthiest people on earth: What's their secret?
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Oldest man in history dies today at 116 years old in Japan
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The Four Seasons Hualalai takes upscale relaxation and tropical retreat to exotic levels of comfort and pampering indulgence.

Celebrate National Bourbon Day at DC's Jack Rose Dining Saloon
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Washington DC's Jack Rose Saloon offers uber-rare flights of Kentucky bourbon for National Bourbon Day