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  • 'Quiet on the set' quickly dying out

    'Quiet on the set' quickly dying out
    The robotic shark sat on a pedestal at the far end of the room, its metal teeth gleaming in the soft glow of the Jackson Lake Lodge's grand lobby. As a hundred-some wildlife filmmakers, producers and TV execs sipped cocktails, Phil Fairclough, senior vice...
  • The Valley's Not So Civil War

    Ever since the twin towers came crashing down and the cloud of jihad fogged the land, the crop dusters swooping low over the San Joaquin Valley had taken on a new menace. Even here, tucked away in the farm fields of middle California, fear had settled...
  • Gang Uses Deportation to Its Advantage to Flourish in U.S.

    On a sweltering afternoon, an unmarked white jetliner taxies to a remote terminal at the international airport here and disgorges dozens of criminal deportees from the United States. Marshals release the handcuffed prisoners, who shuffle into a processing...
  • Finally, this kitchen cooks

    Finally, this kitchen cooks
    Until I bought my first and only house six years ago, it never occurred to me that I might take on a kitchen remodel. I was an apartment dweller, with apartment dweller logic. Kitchens came with a place. The way to transform a kitchen into my kitchen...
  • Stranded up a creek

    On a good day, Lytle Creek might attract 10,000 picnickers, RVers, Boy Scouts and day hikers. But in early January, during a brief lull between storms, the popular recreation area in the San Bernardino National Forest wasn't seeing too many guests &#...
  • Above the border

    Above the border
    WEST OF TUCSON are picturesque lines of jagged mountain ranges. From the city, the ranges seem randomly scattered. But from the air it is clear that they mostly run north to south — all the way to Mexico. Between them are open tracts of land, as...