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The Orlando SentinelWhat shall we wear today? Our seaweed T-shirt and bamboo jeans? Or our organic-cotton skirt, fair-trade silk blouse and sweater of merino wool from free-range sheep raised in the Southern Alps of New Zealand? For eco-fashionistas, the green choices are...
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Let's be clear about one thing: They were a great band. I thought so wholeheartedly in 10th grade. But then my musical taste broadened, grew more "sophisticated" or "adult." They became a guilty pleasure, a reminder of my adolescence, the kind of band I...
SATURDAY Irrigation class: Consultant Bob Galbreath discusses smart irrigation controllers in a workshop sponsored by the Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants. Beginning in 2010, only weather-based irrigation controllers, or WBIC,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSan Francisco will move ahead Wednesday with plans to expand health services for uninsured residents while appealing a federal court ruling that, if upheld, could thwart its trailblazing effort to achieve universal coverage. U.S. District Judge Jeffrey...
Times Restaurant CriticAT Rustic Canyon, September's menu brings golf ball-sized arancinearancine fried to a deep gold. The trio of rice balls sits in a coral red heirloom tomato sauce; each contains a heart of molten fresh mozzarella. Evan Funke, the new chef at this nearly 2-...
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757-247-4781Meet Tangerine Beauty, a hybrid version of the native crossvine. Hybrid forms of native plants are ideal ways to add vigor and stamina to your garden. A hybrid is a plant crossed between two parents that belong to different varieties. The cross is...
Tangerine dream For one more jar of jam, marmalade or preserves to earn a spot front and center on an already loaded pantry shelf, it's got to be divine. Les Comtes de Provence's organic clementine preserves, made in Provence from that sweet variety of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's almost 3 a.m. at the Tao nightclub on the Strip, and the anthem for the night is still blaring: "Party like a rock, party like a rock star." Photographer Hew Burney, high on energy drinks, cuts through the dancing crowd with the practiced stealth of...
Special to the TribuneSchool will be out soon, but children can keep right on learning this summer in a little outdoor classroom of their own. Whether it's a small sunny border along a fence or a few plant pots, providing soil where children can plan and plot what they'd...
Tribune staff reporterI'm guessing the last time you approached downtown Milwaukee, you did one of two things. You hung a left just before you got there, stayed on Interstate Highway 94 at the I-94/I-43 split and enjoyed a ballgame and a brat and a couple of beers at Miller...
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