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"Corazón y miel," your waitress wants it to be known, is the signature dish of Corazón y Miel. Corazón y miel, hearts and honey, is a small bowl of warm, seared chicken hearts in a sweet, honeyed vinaigrette, tossed with a few slivers of onion, like a...
WASHINGTON — President Obama's second inaugural committee raised a little more than $43 million to put on the official festivities surrounding his January swearing-in, backed by major donations from some of the country's biggest corporations,...
What might have been a grueling, 25-hour flight from Sydney to London two years ago instead brought filmmaker and viticulturist Warwick Ross to a project that blended his passions for storytelling and wine as perfectly as the grapes for a nice Chardonnay-...
When it came to mass recognition in the United States, the late Latin music star Jenni Rivera used to say she wasn't Coca-Cola, and maybe she wasn't Pepsi either. But she wasn't going to let anyone tell her she wasn't at least akin to Fanta. The...
Tags: Television, Mexico, Literature, Music, Telemundo (tv network)
In college, Christopher J. Reed discovered meditation and healing herbs, including ginger, which became his favorite. So when he went into business for himself, Reed chose to launch a brand of ginger-based drinks. He said he spent hours at UCLA's...
There was a period in my life when I had lunch every Saturday at Kokomo, a lunch counter in that odd part of Farmers Market between DuPar's and the place where they grind the horseradish. Kokomo had a rack of movie magazines to read while you waited for...
Tags: Restaurants, Bacon, Breads, Sandwiches, Foods and Beverages
The black NASCAR truck with a white "54" on the side gleamed on pit road as its driver walked up for the night's race, prompting three dozen photographers and well-wishers to edge closer. The attraction was 19-year-old Darrell Wallace Jr. As Wallace...
Jimmy Fallon has been crowned the next king of late-night television, but the empire he will inherit has seen better days. "Late Night" host Fallon, who will succeed Jay Leno in "The Tonight Show" chair in 2014, is charged with trying to reenergize a...
Increasingly, the Cuban-emigre, Miami-based band Tiempo Libre's name is starting to sound like a serious misnomer. After all, when exactly is this workaholic septet supposed to have "free time," given its steady output of CDs spotlighting the group's...
Tags: Radio, Music, Joshua Bell, Customs and Tradition, Music Industry
In "Cada Quien Su Mexicano" (To Each Their Own Mexican), a one-act comedy with dark satirical edges, male actors attired as clowns take turns listing the things that make them Mexican. "I'm Mexican because I drink Mexican Coca-Cola!" one offers in...
Tags: Politics, Migration, Mexico, Television Industry, Immigration
Varsity Times InsiderSanta Monica and Palisades are 4.7 miles apart. There used to be a trophy awarded to the winner of the Santa Monica-Palisades basketball game. “It was the Bay Area shootout,” Palisades Coach James Paleno said. “They had this bell that......
Built Custom Burgers, a new burger joint by The Counter will open by March 15 near the University of Southern California campus. Like The Counter, the new 1,800-square-foot space that seats up to 40 people will offer customizable creations with a lower...
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