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Special to the Los Angeles TimesSet aside those pots of sheer glosses and tubes of shimmer. For fall, fashionable lips will be wearing liquid lipsticks, a new generation of lip cosmetics designed to go on almost like paint, create a stained or lacquered effect and last all day —...
For most gardeners, basil is a wonderful harbinger of summer, but in India a variety known as holy basil, or tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum), is grown year-round. Basils have been cultivated in India for more than 5,000 years, for culinary and medicinal uses....
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MODESTO —Topamax. Depakote. Phenobarbital. The list goes on. Before Jayden David turned 5, he had tried a dozen powerful medications to tame a rare form of epilepsy. The side effects were devastating. There were grand mal seizures that lasted...
It has a smoky, bitter taste, a deeply unpleasant odor and bears a close resemblance to black gobs of tar. Pricey tar, mind you: 10 grams (a month's supply) will set you back $80. The substance, called shilajit, is an ancient ayurvedic medicine. On...
L.A. at HomeCurry leaf plant: Curry leaf, botanical name Murraya koenigii, is easy to grow in Southern California, yielding anise-citrus flavored leaves best used in cooking when fresh, not dried....
L.A. at HomeBottle gourds: The Global Garden series turns to gourds that can grow as big as giant buoys....
After a night (or nights) on the town, nothing takes the edge off like a revitalizing spa treatment. And the many ultra-luxe spas in Vegas can do it all — take years off your skin, remove that unsightly cellulite and those unwanted toxins, even...
Small Bites: Un-Curry pop-up restaurant. Mezze to open in Sona space. Taking walk-ins at Test Kitchen.Daily DishIndian, popping up: The Un-Curry Table claims to be L.A.'s first Indian pop-up restaurant. Chef Kaumudi MarathÃ© has scheduled two dinners next month featuring her take on Indian cuisine. Her Un-Curry catering business and classes mix "seasonal, organic,...
The Hartford CourantAvi Szapiro was living in Brooklyn, working as a restaurant and food consultant, when New Haven beckoned. A colleague, who was consulting on a restaurant concept for some street-level space in the old Taft Hotel building, asked Szapiro to travel to the...
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Arab News, Jeddah, Saudi ArabiaIndia is organizing tourism road shows in Saudi Arabia from May 19-22. In India, every traveler will find what he is seeking in life. And, India's latest 'Find What You Seek' campaign has been woven around this theme. The Middle East, and particularly...
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NewsdayTea is having its moment on Long Island as three independent shops, dedicated to the glories of choosing and brewing it, have raised the traditional cup to a new level of connoisseurship. "Tea comes in an almost infinite variety, and every tea tells a...
Breathe Books in Hampden says it will add a health-food cafe to its store next month. Owner Susan Weis-Bohlen says all the offerings will have at least one of five features: gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, raw or Ayurvedic -- Ayurveda is a holistic type...
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