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Times Staff WriterAS we head further down the road in 2006, our heads throbbing from $400-per-night room tabs, we can look forward to a little rate relief, more luxuries and some snazzy new lodgings. Budget lodgers will get more choices this year because limited-service...
Times Staff WriterMY friend Vicky had checked into the Carlton Arms first, so on arrival I worked my way up the black lacquered stairs to the second-floor lobby and asked the manager for our room number. "She's in 9A," he said without looking in the books. "Make a right...
KTLA NewsGARDENA - A motorist who allegedly backed into a Gardena parking officer's vehicle and led police on a chase today was arrested when he crashed near an elementary school, police said. The man, whose name was withheld pending booking, suffered minor...
Special to The TimesREVERING la bonne cuisine as they do, many French are still fighting the good fight to hold the line against le fast food. But long gone are the days when the mention of a cheeseburger could earn you a Gallic sneer and protesters drove tractors into a...
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Zap2It.comSam Talbot, a semi-finalist on the second season of "Top Chef," is planning on a table for two from now on. The fan favorite and his Colombian girlfriend, Paola Guerro, are engaged, reports People. "I'm so in love it's unreal. We got engaged this...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAN EMOTIONAL ovation greeted chef Grant Achatz of Chicago's Alinea restaurant when he was named outstanding chef for 2007 at Sunday night's James Beard Foundation Awards ceremony in New York City. Achatz, known for his avant-garde cuisine drawing on...
Last summer, local winemaker David "Merf" Merfeld, of Northstar Winery threw a party at his home here in the southeastern quadrant of Washington state. It's fair to say that close to half of the town's young winemakers were crowded into Merfeld's...
Times Staff WriterAT the new Craft Los Angeles, I can't believe all the suits. I've never seen so many in any restaurant in L.A. And they definitely didn't come from Men's Wearhouse. The look is metrosexual, $300 haircuts and serious watches, Barney's suits and dueling...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDawn broke over Koreatown to the sounds of rain on the windowpanes and a rooster crowing. The rain came as a surprise, not the rooster, which had arrived in the neighborhood and quickly became the familiar background music to morning coffee. Actually,...
The tentative settlement reached this week between the Directors Guild and producers bolstered hopes that talks would resume in the writers strike, but it wasn't enough to relieve the queasy reality settling on Hollywood that the Academy Awards may go the...
NEW YORK, N.Y. (WPIX) - New York City police officers are looking for a pervert who has been assaulting young boys in Manhattan's Gramercy Park section. Police say the man has been grabbing boys by their buttocks and then makes a dash for it....
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LOS ANGELES -- There's no question about it, traffic's bad in Southern California. But it wasn't much better back in the day before traffic signals, freeways, and stop signs were installed. Steve Hymon, the transportation reporter for the Los Angeles...
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