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RUMBLE SEATI would like GM executives to grab hold of something so they don't hurt themselves when they fall down. GM is my new favorite car company. You know, I've been so infuriated by the lack of progress in GM products, so unrequited after years of empty...
Airlines and hotels long ago recognized the power of loyalty programs to keep customers coming back. Somewhat later to the game, cruise lines also now proffer perks to frequent passengers. As with other hospitality programs, benefits in seagoing...
PRE-CIOUS 1. Of great value or high price ME-TAL 1. Any of various opaque, fusible, ductile, and typically lustrous substances that are good conductors Gold has been prized since prehistoric times. The American Museum of Natural History says it was...
Today, Kimbrell and Salvi weigh the possible drawbacks of nanotechnology. Previously, they defined the scope of nanotechnology. Later in the week, they'll discuss government regulation, the future of nanotech research and more. An unprecedented ability...
Coal burning is to the environment what cigarette smoking is to the body, a point brought home with startling clarity last month when an earthen dam holding back a vast reservoir of coal ash at a Tennessee power plant ruptured, turning the area nearby...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMassey Energy Co., the country's fourth-largest coal producer, has agreed to pay a $20 million fine to settle federal charges that it repeatedly dumped dangerous amounts of mine waste and sediment into creeks and rivers in three Appalachian states over...
Times Staff WriterThe theatrical, floor-to-ceiling, merlot-colored drapes at the Marqués de Riscal would suit a production of "Hedda Gabler" or "Hamlet." But this is not a tragedy. This is a guest room at the first and only hotel designed by Frank Gehry. When the...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersDespite stern warnings that the air quality in much of Southern California is bad enough to make one sick, many residents Saturday opted to chance it -- deciding another day of cabin fever was worse. "I realize the risk, but a morning like this is one of...
Tags: Air Pollution, Fishing, Games, Throat, Environmental Pollution
Special to The TimesKITCHEN counters are often the family catchall, where backpacks, bills and newspapers are dumped alongside the chicken thawing for dinner and the cereal bowls that didn't fit into the dishwasher that morning. But living beyond the field of vision on...
Salad spinners are listed in order of preference. Some models may be available at retailers in addition to those listed. Internet prices do not include shipping. Green machine The large Zyliss Smart Touch spinner easily handles 10 cups of lettuce...
Times Movie CriticWhen his mother dies after a long illness, Mercer White (Lou Taylor Pucci) steals a beat-up old Volvo from a carwash and takes off on the great American hipster road trip. Mercer is in search of his long-lost, half-Mexican half-brother, Arlen, whom he...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSeems like we waited forever for great summer produce, and now it's abundantly here -- too abundantly, if you're a fruit-tree owner, overly enthusiastic vegetable gardener or incorrigible farmers market shopper. Got plums, ripening all at once?...
Tags: Tomatoes, Onions, Garlic, Kosher Salt, Cloves
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