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Dining@LargeSome of you may have read Rob Kasper's column awhile back about the "miracle fruit," Synsepalum dulcificum. The West African berry temporarily alters tastebuds, so bitter and sour taste sweet. Intriguing, but like many intriguing things, not quite worth...
L.A. NOWCharles Lee Clark, 74, has been charged with one felony count of murder, and was brought back from Beavercreek, Ore., where he had been living, according to a joint statement from the Orange County district attorney's office and the Tustin Police...
L.A. at HomeFarmworks: At a gathering of Los Angeles community gardeners, the nonprofit group Farmworks spreads its idea of giving at-risk youth a shot at the restaurant industry by giving them an appreciation for how food is grown, harvested and brought to the...
L.A. at HomeJoan Grabel: Joan Grabel, the designer behind Park Slope Design, makes over the landscape around a Los Feliz house whose owners wanted a sustainable plant palette, a new swimming pool, dining and sitting areas and barbecue. Bonus: a water wall that...
Company TownMovie palaces: The opulent movie palaces and vaudeville halls of downtown Los Angeles may be monuments to a bygone era, but they are still keeping their ties to Hollywood....
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelThe guests will be state Rep. Scott Randolph, a Democrat; former state Sen. Lee Constantine, a Republican; Dan Peterson and Doug Doudney of Coalition for Property Rights; Charles Lee of Audubon of Florida; and Ann Hellmuth of the League of Women Voters of...
Taking Names the Blog - Orlando SentinelTalk of drilling in the Everglades seems to be all the rage nowadays. As I mentioned last week, the idea isn’t really new at all. Florida has done it before. And John Mica has been talking for decades about doing it again. It’s just that,...
Taking Names the Blog - Orlando SentinelKirby Green, the head of the St. Johns Water Management District had a “My Word” piece this morning, urging Floridians to work on their water conservation. Maybe it's just me, but ever since the district gave the Niagara bottled-water...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — The 2011 lawmaking session isn't over yet, but the canned scorn from affected unions and conservation groups is filling up the inbox. Here's a sampling, with a rare dose of praise from Associated Industries of Florida: “This...
Central Florida Varsity the Blog - Orlando SentinelMontverde Academy dropped a 41-40 overtime decision to Huntington (W.Va) Prep Friday night in a semifinal game of the eighth annual Montverde Academy Invitational Tournament. The loss means that the Eagles will not get an opportunity to win their own...
L.A. at HomeLearn about architecture, real-life cowboys, pioneer families, steam trains and which celebrity was a popcorn girl at the El Portal Theatre when the Museum of the San Fernando Valley hosts a historic walking tour of North Hollywood this Saturday. "The...
The Daily MirrorSouthern Lawyer Still Fights for Son Charles Lee Guy Jr. is a man who takes disappointment with a minimum of emotion. I learned that 2 1/2 years ago, when I met him for the first time. Guy, a lawyer, had just arrived in California on a unique and...
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