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A relative newcomer to farmers markets, Country Fresh Herbs offers a gorgeous display of heirloom tomatoes, salad greens, specialty peppers, lemon cucumbers and Romanesco zucchini. But even more intriguing is the story of the family that brings this...
The Morning Fix: Layoffs hit Disney Studios. Glenn Beck's pay plan. What does Katie Couric mean for 'General Hospital'?Company TownAfter the coffee. Before another day of being spun. The Skinny: I won't link to Anthony Weiner stories in the hopes of generating traffic. Let others play that game. I will link to stories about layoffs at Disney, the future......
Opinion L.A.It all seemed so simple once. You know: "Save the whales," "save the spotted owl" and so on. Now, black and white has given way to green versus green. Take the Los Angeles Times story on Monday about wind turbines......
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe idea of caring for the environment seems to be easier to get across to kids than to adults. Many adults just think the world is too complicated. "What difference does one light bulb or one plastic water bottle make in the wide world?" they think. For...
Tags: Rivers, Book, Henry Holt, Bee (insect), Wetlands
Greenspace“Even though they're not the majestic megafauna like whales that draw so much attention from people, those smaller fish are a main food source for larger marine mammals and recreationally and commercially important fish species,” said Ashley...
GreenspaceAnimal rights groups are pressing a case in federal court maintaining that wild horses roamed the West about 1.5 million years ago and didn't disappear until as recently as 7,600 years ago. More important, they say, a growing stockpile of......
L.A. NOWCosta Mesa's police chief has expressed concerns about proposed cuts in his department. Twelve sworn police officer positions and one non-sworn position face elimination under a proposed Police Department restructuring plan released Friday. City Chief...
Fish and Game Q&A: Is it legal to use lights to monitor wildlife if you do not have any guns in your possession?OutpostsIn support of the California Department of Fish and Game and its effort to keep hunters and anglers informed, Outposts, on Thursday or Friday, posts marine biologist Carrie Wilson's weekly Q&A column: Question: Is it legal to use lights to......
Los Angeles Times Fashion CriticHaving dinner with Michael Kors is like having dinner with Auntie Mame. When you sit down with him, you know nobody is going to be at a loss for words or laughs. Over hamburgers and vodkas a few nights before his spring runway show last September, he was...
When the ladies of television take to the red carpet for today's Emmy Awards, there is only one thing we really care about: What will they be wearing? Will it be the long gowns that usually hold sway at Hollywood award shows? Or, taking a cue from Cannes...
South African wildlife photographers and authors Dereck and Beverly Joubert have worked in some of Africa's most remote areas for more than 25 years, recording the life cycles and decline of some of the continent's most iconic animals, in the process...
Tags: Geography, Biotechnology Industry, Science, India, Wildlife
Environmental activist George Wolfe has always believed the best way to know a river is to kayak it. So when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently designated the entire Los Angeles River a "traditional navigable waterway," he organized an...
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