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  • Santa Cruz's affordable luxuries

    Santa Cruz's affordable luxuries
    Three-hundred and forty-five driving miles north of Los Angeles, 72 miles south of San Francisco and many leagues to the left of Middle America, Santa Cruz calls out to newcomers like a lazy mermaid atop Monterey Bay. With tie-dyed scales. "Dude," this...
  • Not just passing by, but putting down roots

    Historically, the Riverside County city of Beaumont has been just a place that you passed through on your way to somewhere else. But nowadays, many new homeowners are making Beaumont a destination — and saying it's a great place to raise a family....
  • The once and future ranch

    The once and future ranch
    ITS low-slung frame sprawled across plains and valleys of a more open landscape. The single-story footprint didn't boast, or point skyward like the self-assured colonial or Victorian. It offered a comfortable relationship with the climate and...
  • In Search of the Great Turkey

    Fresh or frozen? Free-range or organic? Basted or not? There are enough debates at the Thanksgiving table without throwing the turkey into it. So, while barbecues were firing up for summer, the Times Test Kitchen started testing turkeys. Fresh turkeys....
  • A Legal Star Who Burned for Politics

    The courtroom was packed and curious lawyers stood in the back. All eyes were on John Edwards, making his closing argument on behalf of a 5-year-old girl horribly injured in a wading pool accident. For 90 minutes, politely but persistently, Edwards...
  • From the archives: Colombia Likely to Survive Loss of Drug Money

    BOGOTA, Colombia -- It is an easy picture to paint: Colombia, a country with billions of dollars in cocaine wealth; massive, opulently furnished houses; huge cattle ranches; overdressed men and women draped in gold and emeralds; everyone driving a...
  • From the archives: Slain Brazilian Becomes Symbol

    XAPURI, Brazil -- Francisco Mendes, 44, grew up in the forest and spent most of his life plying its shaded paths, gathering natural latex and Brazil nuts to earn a meager living. Like thousands of other rubber tappers in the Amazon basin, Mendes loved...