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It's October, the weather's cooling off and the classic idea is a German Oktoberfest-type beer. But there's a world of other malty beers out there. Moylan's Kilt Lifter (not the only Scottish-style ale to bear a somewhat rude name) is widely available...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesControversy is swirling around a pricey and much-heralded hair-straightening treatment after researchers in Oregon announced recently that they had found that the formula contained the dangerous chemical formaldehyde, even in packages labeled...
Tags: Human Body, Politics, Asthma, Education, Headaches
Special to the Los Angeles TimesAre there multiple shampoos in your shower caddy? Old face creams gathering dust in your cabinet? Have you been accused of having a bathroom that looks like a Sephora store? Most important, does any of this make you a "cosmoholic"? Yes, there is such a...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIf you're one of many people who sneeze through allergy season or suffer bouts of clogged sinuses, you may wonder if your nasal passages are really worth the trouble. Sure, you get a few good smells every once in a while, but does that really justify...
Tags: Common Cold, Salt, Schools, Kosher Salt, Baking Soda
Money & CompanyHere's your waffling Wednesday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- You probably already know that your retirement is an increasingly distant prospect. But how bad are things really? A new study by Boston College's Center for Retirement......
Show TrackerNeed a little more bridezilla in your life? How about one that looks like the new and improved Heidi Montag? E! is about to bring this combination to your TV set on its reality competition series "Bridalplasty." Twelve engaged women......
Detroit rapper Danny Brown on 'Hawaiian Snow,' potentially signing to G-Unit, and what it means to be a mutantPop & HissDanny Brown can't clearly articulate how or why he started calling himself "The Hybrid." He was clouded at the moment of its creation, smoking on "that ninja turtle," and writing punch lines like Conan O'Brien if he'd come up selling......
Show TrackerEarlier today, the nonprofit watchdog group Free Press filed a complaint with Federal Communications Commission based on Los Angeles Times columnist James Rainey's complaints about hidden advertising embedded in newscasts. Over the last week, Rainey has...
OutpostsReigning ASP World Tour champion Mick Fanning bested current ASP Tour No.1-ranked Kelly Slater Saturday to win the Quiksilver Pro France, victorious in a hard-fought final on pumping 6- to 8-foot barrels at Les Culs Nus Beach. "That was difficult,"......
Brand XProposition 19 is poorly thought out, badly crafted and replete with loopholes and contradictions. Marijuana is the most popular illegal drug in the United States. Seventy years of criminal prohibition, âJust Say Noâ sloganeering and a federal dr...
GreenspaceThe Stephens' kangaroo rat, native to Riverside and San Diego counties, has been blamed for halting residential development and freeway construction and increasing the risk of fire because federal law makes it illegal to destroy its habitat. The U.S....
All The RageThree fragrances bearing the familiar Beverly Hills brown shield logo will be unveiled Tuesday, reports our colleague Catherine Saillant. According to the story, Dan Walsh, executive director of the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce, declined to...
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