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  • Gulf oil spill: The tongue-lashing revs up

     
    Members of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on Tuesday afternoon grilled the same trio of executives from BP America, Transocean and Halliburton who had faced a morning hearing before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. And...
  • Easy on the eyes and tootsies: Dana Davis makes fashionable orthotics

     
    From corsets to sky-high stilettos, women have been suffering in the name of fashion for years. Thanks to the Beverly Hills-based footwear line Dana Davis, named for its founder and chief executive, high-heeled-shoe lovers can breathe a sigh of relief. In...
  • Hot Property: Jesse James names his price for Sunset Beach home

    Hot Property: Jesse James names his price for Sunset Beach home
    Reality show star and motorcycle manufacturer Jesse James, the estranged husband of Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock, has listed his Orange County home of eight years for $6.75 million. The beachfront Mediterranean sits along the sand in Sunset Beach...
  • Kayaking around Crete

    Kayaking around Crete
    I'm standing on a slice of paradise in Crete. The sun is burning down out of a blue sky, the sandy beach beneath my feet is stretching to crystal-clear sea, but terror is numbing my senses. Kayak instructor Russ is explaining that we're going to capsize...
  • Gear: Getting taken for a ride

    Gear: Getting taken for a ride
    Serious cyclists become obsessed with flashy new miracle-material frames and high-tech componentry, but there's also plenty of innovation among the less-glamorous parts of the bike. Here's proof that essential-but-mundane products like inner tubes,...
  • Avoiding Diabetes Complications

    Avoiding Diabetes Complications
    If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you can help in the fight to avoid complications like heart problems, nerve pain and neuropathy, and foot problems. Here’s what you can do right now:   Lose weight. About 80% to 90% of people with Type 2...
  • Bali inspiration in Santa Monica

    Bali inspiration in Santa Monica
    When they married, Bob Ramirez and Lorri Kline made a modest proposal for their dream home: "We wanted a small farm that was Santa Monica-adjacent," Ramirez says, "a place where we could start our family, grow our own food and raise chickens." Ten...
  • Exercise equipment that makes routines less so

    Exercise equipment that makes routines less so
    Adding dynamic movement to strength exercises, such as doing a squat on a moving surface, is a good thing, forcing your body to balance, coordinate and challenge a wide range of muscle groups at once. Here are some dynamic new fitness products that...
  • Now, before you run to the store and buy some koi …

    A pond full of koi won't last long if it's not properly set up and maintained. Here's what you need to know so these bright-colored fish can live for years to come.Keeping koi Think of a koi pond as an outdoor aquarium rather than a garden pool. To...
  • A shave, a cut and please roll up your sleeve

    A shave, a cut and please roll up your sleeve
    Movies have been made and treatises have been written on the role of barbershops in African American life. In the pre-Civil Rights era, they were one of the first businesses that black men, especially in the South, could own, and, outside of churches, one...
  • Dangerous quest to surf a hole in the sea

    Dangerous quest to surf a hole in the sea
    The hunt is on. Garrett McNamara hurtles 60 mph down an icy river in the Great Northwest, throttling a 255-horsepower Sea Doo jet ski loaded with surfboards. His 11-year-old son Titus clings to his back, and a reporter clings to Titus' back. McNamara...