Back in 1981 I got a giggle out of a movie called “Body Heat,” wherein Kathleen Turner and William Hurt steamed up the screen in a sweltering Florida town that didn’t appear to have any air conditioning.
A short time after the Chicago restaurant Maple & Ash opened late last year, sommelier-in-residence Scott Tyree got the coldest shoulder of his career from a customer. According to Tyree’s recounting of the incident on Facebook, it went like this:
An 11-year-old native of Barbados had just participated in a Florida Panthers hockey clinic in her country, it was her first exposure to hockey, and she met Florida Panthers defensemen Alex Petrovic and Ian McCoshen.
Young girl in Barbados became Florida Panthers biggest fan
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