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Show TrackerOn past seasons of "Survivor," Rupert Boneham has been a fan favorite. He's been called a "lovable pirate," one who continually wears tie-dye clothes and sports an unruly beard. But this season, viewers saw a different side of Rupert. He......
L.A. at HomeLisa Jones, the owner and designer of Pigeon Toe Ceramics, got a bright idea from dark economic times.Inspired by "Depression-era aesthetics," the potter from Portland, Ore., hand-cast porcelain versions of vintage Kerr Mason jam jars to use as hanging...
L.A. at HomeMartha Stewart and Cindy Crawford are going toe-to-toe with outdoor rugs that will please those who are picky about where their bare toes go. Both have used new manufacturing technologies that turn fade-resistant, clean-with-a-hose synthetics into softer,...
Culture Monster"John Baldessari season" continues apace in Los Angeles, with a show of fragmented recent paintings at Margo Leavin (closing Saturday) and a full 50-year retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art now joined by six recent mixed-media prints.......
All The RageResident Image stylist and market editor Melissa Magsaysay soothes your sartorial woes in the weekly Your Stylist blog column: In this installment of âYour Stylist,â I pose my own sartorial dilemma and share with you the advice I received from......
"Ouch!" "Oooh!" "Oww!" "Omigod, that hurts!" Those grunts of pain and anguish weren't coming from us -- a group of 10 people running barefoot on a concrete pathway at Central Park in Huntington Beach early one recent Saturday morning. They were being...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAs the morning Wall Street crowd rushed past Minas Shoe Repair, a group of women in dark business suits stepped inside, sorry-looking pumps in hand. The shoe-shine stations along one wall were full. There was a line of tapping toes and shuffling feet a...
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Runners run through a lot of shoes -- the reason is the foam midsole, which steadily loses its cushioning. Brands are experimenting with models that replace foam with shock-absorbing structures they claim don't degrade as much. -- Roy M. Wallack More...
Every Dec. 31, thousands of people make resolutions to start weight training, only to wake up New Year's Day and remember they can't stand the sight of dumbbells. That's why we made sure that none of the simple, innovative, compact strength products...
Tags: DVDs, New Year's Day, Legs
"I can't do that," said the 36-year-old woman to my right as I leaned down and touched my toes in a yoga class. "I'm a runner." Such limitations may seem ironic, but they're all too common among seemingly fit athletes: marathoners so tight that they can...
"I can't save the leg," the surgeon states plainly. My 15-year-old son Brooks' head drops as fast as his dream to surf. Diagnosed with a malignant bone tumor, osteosarcoma, he has 30 more weeks of chemo to endure, and now this, a crushing blow. "The...
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