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L.A. UnleashedWe can't quite put our finger on just what makes a baby sloth so cute. Is it the wide-set eyes? The fuzzy little faces? The noses vaguely reminiscent of dogs' noses? (We feel fairly confident in saying that it's not......
Show TrackerWho needs Will and Alicia when you've got Diane and Kurt? It's been a long time--far too long, in my opinion--since Kurt McVeigh made an appearance on "The Good Wife." Tuesday night, the Palin-loving, gun-toting ballistics expert finally returned to......
For tourist information about foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. Several no longer list phone numbers, so information is through their website only. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-...
Tags: Montenegro, Guatemala, Portugal, Fiji, Panama
Comments BlogOur Business section reports that more American jobs are being outsourced to China and other nations. The trend could further stall a recovery for the crippled American economy. With an unemployment rate of 9.6% in the U.S. and 12.4% in......
All The RageResident Image stylist and market editor Melissa Magsaysay soothes your sartorial woes in the weekly Your Stylist blog column: Dear Ms. Magsaysay, My beloved son is getting married in May, and my taste in dresses exceeds my bank account. I......
La PlazaMore than a century ago, an American railroad and fruit magnate named Minor C. Keith unearthed thousands of pre-Hispanic artifacts on a plantation in Costa Rica, then took them to the United States. They were gold and jade pieces, ceramic bowls and...
La PlazaAn error on Google Maps that showed a strip of land belonging to Costa Rica in Nicaraguan territory has evolved into a tense international dispute between the Central American neighbors. The government of Costa Rican President Laura Chinchilla sued its...
OutpostsThe eighth annual Los SueÃ±os Signature Billfish Series begins Wednesday off Costa Rica, and the call of "Hookup!" will likely be heard often throughout the tournament. The strictly catch-and-release competition, fished out of Los SueÃ±os Resort and...
Dr. Anita Figueredo, the first female surgeon in San Diego and a well-known philanthropist who was close friends with Mother Teresa for four decades, died Feb. 19 at her home in La Jolla. She was 93 and had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage two weeks...
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L.A. at HomeTea houses that cantilever over an oak-studded hillside, a live-work prefab that's supremely energy-efficient, a Victorian exterior that yields to a most modern interior -- these are among the recent winners of the annual design awards handed out by the...
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