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On New Year's Eve, many of us will be putting on our party faces. Eugene "Lucky" Lacaillade will be playing his 360th round of golf this year. On New Year's Day, many of us will be swallowing aspirin and watching football. Lacaillade will be doing...
SAN FRANCISCO — You survived the U.S. presidential election. Now as citizens of Facebook, you are being asked to cast another ballot. Facebook users have been getting emails asking them to vote on "global site governance." It sounds complicated but...
Tags: Email, Politics, Voting, Social Media, Elections
Re "Not a good fit?," Jan. 10 On the same day a study showed Americans are the least healthy among citizens of wealthy countries, there is a front-page article about residents of Santa Monica complaining that too many people are exercising on public...
Well, no one ever convincingly argued that a diet of fast food is good for your health. And now it could be unhealthy for some of the people who work there – without them having to eat so much as a bite of their products. In anticipation of...
Before I tell you about one of the finest music clubs in the city, and before I tip you off to the best red-bricked little bar this side of SoHo — down a slender alley, a swanky place that ought to have a CIA operative as a bouncer and a guy with...
Daily DishFood FYI: Sweet news about sour cherries...
Take two slices of cherry pie and call me in the morning. OK. That's not quite the advice doctors are wont to give. But it might make at least a sliver of sense. Cherry pie contains the same sort of anti-inflammatory compounds as aspirin and other non-...
World NowIn a solemn tribute, mourners remembered the late novelist Carlos Fuentes as a Mexican man of letters who helped open the eyes of the world to Mexico....
After adventurer John Fairfax became the first person in recorded history to row solo across the Atlantic Ocean, he said he couldn't have done it without the help of "a great teacher," a pirate. The navigational skills needed for his six-month trip in...
Tags: BBC, Rowing, Atlantic Ocean, Organized Crime, Bodies of Water
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIt's become a tradition at the L.A. Times Food section: Every year, we run a holiday essay by a noted Southern California writer reflecting the unique nature of the way we celebrate the season. This year's is by Janet Fitch, whose novels include the best-...
Tags: Thyme, Julia Child, Janet Fitch, Strawberries, Heart Attack
"Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition" 10 p.m. June 13, ABC Episode: "Dana" The premise Dana Baker is a 44-year-old gospel singer who weighs 498 pounds. He freely admits to a regular diet of cookies, Hawaiian Punch and donuts. He sweats when...
It was 4:05 a.m. on Oct. 29, 2009. I heard my wife, Dianne, say, "I think I'm having a heart attack." I opened my eyes and saw her standing in the bathroom doorway. She grabbed her chest, took one step and collapsed on the bed. Two weeks earlier, a...
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