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  • [UPDATED] Cooking Channel's 'Road Trip': G. Garvin finds Southern food in L.A.

    [UPDATED] Cooking Channel's 'Road Trip': G. Garvin finds Southern food in L.A.
    In the next two episodes of the  second season of "Road Trip with G. Garvin" on the Cooking Channel, the star of the series, former L.A. chef G. (Gerry) Garvin (Reign, Kass Bah, Morton’s and his own G. Garvin’s) will be showing off a handful...
  • The OC Fair: No shame in having deep-fried Oreos or pineapple rings, just share

    The OC Fair: No shame in having deep-fried Oreos or pineapple rings, just share
    Some things are sacred. Like fair food. Cheesy bacon bombs, Krispy Kreme sloppy Joes and deep-fried pineapple are just a few of the belly-busting items on the menu as summer fair season hits full swing: The Orange County Fair opens Friday in Costa...
  • Jennifer Aniston and a Big Mac did not play well together

    Jennifer Aniston and a Big Mac did not play well together
    Jennifer Aniston is a bit of a delicate flower, at least when it comes to chowing down on fast food. In a New York magazine interview focusing on skin and beauty — categories the A-lister scores high in — she was asked if she'd ever...
  • 3 weeks to a better body with Bob Harper's 'Jumpstart to Skinny'

    3 weeks to a better body with Bob Harper's 'Jumpstart to Skinny'
    Bob Harper is known for his "no shortcuts" philosophy toward weight loss. So what's he doing with a new book touting a three-week diet called "Jumpstart to Skinny"? "This is not a shortcut," Harper says. "Jumpstart to Skinny" is aimed at people who...
  • Report: Paula Deen admits using N-word, telling racist jokes

    Report: Paula Deen admits using N-word, telling racist jokes
    Looks like Paula Deen has cooked up another mess for herself. In a videotaped deposition, the celebrity chef has reportedly admitted openly making racist jokes and slurs. She even confirmed that she wanted to costume black waitstaff as slaves at a...
  • FIG, Littlefork, more participate in Taste of the Nation food festival in Culver City

    FIG, Littlefork, more participate in Taste of the Nation food festival in Culver City
    In celebration of its 25th anniversary, Taste of the Nation is hosting a food festival on June 9 at Media Park in Culver City. FIG, Superba Snack Bar, Paiche, Border Grill, Ray’s and Stark Bar, Plan Check, Cliff’s Edge, CHAYA, M Café,...
  • 'Big Bang's' Mayim Bialik's divorce from Michael Stone finalized

    'Big Bang's' Mayim Bialik's divorce from Michael Stone finalized
    "The Big Bang Theory's" Mayim Bialik has finalized her divorce with now ex-husband Michael Stone, according to reports. The "Blossom" star, 37, who plays neuroscientist Amy Farrah Fowler on the hit CBS sitcom, originally filed for divorce from her...
  • Heidi Klum's bribe: She pays her kids to eat healthy

    Heidi Klum's bribe: She pays her kids to eat healthy
    Heidi Klum bribes her kids to eat healthy. Well, that's a new one for the celebrity parenting handbook. The supermodel, who recently revealed that she loves "a good hamburger and French fries," is sharing one of her parenting methods that's sure to...
  • Winners of $1 million in grants to improve L.A. announced

    Winners of $1 million in grants to improve L.A. announced
    A Los Angeles charitable group that conducted an online poll to determine which of 279 nominated nonprofit and private companies should share in a $1-million prize announced its winners Wednesday. More than 70,000 people voted in the Internet survey...
  • Use of alertness drug modafinil takes off, spurred by untested uses

    Use of alertness drug modafinil takes off, spurred by untested uses
    In up-all-night, work-work-work America, a prescription medication like modafinil was sure to make major inroads from the get-go. And, whether you call this novel stay-awake drug by its commercial names -- Provigil and Nuvigil -- or by its plain-Jane...
  • Antronette Yancey dies at 55; advocate of short bursts of exercise

    Antronette Yancey dies at 55; advocate of short bursts of exercise
    For Dr. Antronette K. Yancey, a UCLA public health professor, exercise could be fun and done in short bursts in the workplace, schools and even places of worship. Her campaign to urge people to incorporate physical activity into their daily lives led to...