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Sue Mengers, an unapologetically brash talent agent who blazed a path for women in Hollywood and represented some of its biggest stars, died Saturday night at her Beverly Hills home after a long illness. She was 79. For two decades, Mengers was one of...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesDo you get your buzz from a big mug of java or a shot of espresso? Maybe a soy hazelnut latte with honey or an icy frappé dripping with whipped cream and cinnamon? Or just a cuppa joe? How about your tea — black, white, green, yellow, red bush,...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesIt's summer in Las Vegas, so, of course, it's like living in a blast furnace. The desert will do that. So we recommend you do this: Cool down with a big ice cream cone or a dish of frozen deliciousness. If your taste buds are acute enough, one...
Culture MonsterTrust your tongue. Thatâs the takeaway from âPo Boy Tango,â the new East West Players production at the Union Center for the Arts in Little Tokyo. Eat well beforehand or make late dinner reservations, because Kenneth Linâs exquisite kitchen...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBeijing, China An old Chinese proverb sums up the three months I spent studying Mandarin in Beijing: To suffer and learn, one pays a high price, but a fool can't learn any other way. The famously difficult Chinese language could make a fool out of...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRich, creamy root beers, spicy-hot ginger ales, pithy citrus drinks with real tang, complex, herb-scented colas -- they're all out there, along with surprising one-of-a-kind fizzies in flavors as diverse as spruce, Key lime and espresso. This is the new...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPeople complain all the time about the demise of fine dining -- but it's alive and well at the Dining Room, the premier restaurant of the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel & Spa in Pasadena, where the gifted young chef Craig Strong cooks five nights a week....
Special to The TimesWhat is it about artificial sweeteners? As never before, they pervade the American diet -- in pink, yellow and blue packets on diner counters, in sugar-free cookies and diet juices, in sodas and smoothies and low-calorie yogurt and boxes of powder for...
Times Staff WriterTo an American, the name Santa Barbara may prompt images of leisure on a soap opera scale. Someone from Japan may be more likely to think of uni. That's right, sea urchin roe. It may come as a surprise to most local residents, but some of the most...
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