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When I was a boy, I was always the dirtiest kid on a camping trip. I was the one that searched through the forest for scraps of wood and pinecones to feed the campfire. I then spent the rest of the evening making sure the fire stayed lit. I was also the...
My kitchen smells like pot, but there's nothing going on here to concern the Police Department. Maybe the Fire Department. I'm taking a gizmo that looks like a toy gun, stuffing wood shavings into the top and lighting them afire. My motivation is not...
The Supreme Court of California ruled it's a violation of consumer protection law for stores to ask for your zip code. This came to light after a woman sued Williams-Sonoma for asking for her zip code. After she left the store, the woman went online and...
SAN FRANCISCO - The California Supreme Court ruled Thursday that merchants can no longer ask for the ZIP codes of customers who make purchases with credit cards because such requests violate a state consumer-protection law. The high court's unanimous...
Tags: Credit and Debt, Trials, California, Elections, Local Government
Daily PressStroll through shops in a town-like setting or escape to the comfort of an air-conditioned mall in Hampton Roads. City Center at Oyster Point. 701 Town Center Drive in Newport News. 230,000 square feet of retail shops and restaurants. Development began...
Chopped salad could well be described as a buttoned-down version of a tossed salad. For while the latter can be something of a leafy anarchy both in the tossing bowl and on the plate, the disciplined uniformity of size among the various ingredients in a...
Tags: Onions, Lettuce, Salads, Human Interest, Romaine Lettuce
Q: When I worked at Williams-Sonoma I first heard of a boiled frosting for cake. The manager made lots of jokes about it and with royal wedding cake on our minds, I am wondering about the origin, the history, the modern uses of a boiled frosting. My first...
Money & CompanyHere’s this week’s roundup of recalls announced by the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Magnetic maze boards About 18,500 magnetic maze boards made by Lakeshore Learning Materials of Carson are being recalled because the product’s plastic wand...
L.A. at HomeIt's that time of year when dinner hosts start obsessing over things like gravy boats and seating and stemware for 12. Give thanks that a new round of sales can help get that dining room in shape. Let's start with......
Money & CompanyWestfield Valencia Town Center on Thursday opened its Shops at the Patios, a new outdoor section of the shopping center that includes boutiques and restaurants in “an intimate upscale setting.” The $130-million investment brings 40 new open-air...
Money & CompanyAmazon.com says it isn't going to be one-upped in the holiday retail war. After Wal-Mart, the nation's largest retailer, said in a surprise announcement Thursday that it would offer free shipping with no minimum purchase or subscription fee for the......
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