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  • Cooks Source magazine vs. the Web

     
    Can every recipe or story you publish on the Internet be reprinted without your permission? Cooks Source magazine in western New England has sparked the ire of a million bloggers with an e-mail purportedly sent by managing editor Judith Griggs......
  • Today's music pick: Deerhunter @ the Music Box

     
    The precocious quintet, hailed for their nearly “religious experience” (so says the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Karen O.) live shows and ambient/noise/shoegaze-informed take on indie post-punk, are back out on the road to support recent release "Halc...
  • Terror for the era: Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

     
    The Los Angeles Haunted Hayride has moved to Griffith Park, a site where (allegedly) more than a century ago many haunted things happened: cult sacrifices, a zoo was built on unholy land and a church mysteriously burned down. Scare-seekers can take a ride...
  • Five things L.A. could learn from London

     
    Your California-bred blogger braved the foggy streets of London last week on vacation and had so much fun we couldn't help but (you guessed it!) blog about it. Here are five things the city does well enough to hold an, ahem, tea party over. Topshop and...
  • 'Top Chef: Just Desserts': Seth crumbles like a French apple pie crust

     
    Things started off hunky-dory in the "Top Chef" kitchen, the peppy pastry chefs and bakers prepping desserts fashioned from old school penny candy for the quickfire. Then the nitrogen ran out and Seth dropped the bomb. His passion fruit vanilla......
  • Master gardener in training: backyard orchards

     
    As you might recall from the Thursday post on my Master Gardener class, Tom Spellman of Dave Wilson Nursery was lecturing on backyard orchards and high-density planting -- putting lots of fruit trees in a small space. This backyard method has become a...
  • Your Los Angeles: Keeping up with 'Jones'

     
    What’s your favorite meal in L.A.? “Jones. I’ve been going there religiously two to three days a week for six years. Get the salmon — medium rare — and a steak salad with crispy artichokes, plus a side of white beans. Oh, and...
  • Vermont's favorite moose, Pete, is spared death after supporters stage online campaign to save him

     
    IRASBURG, Vt. — Pete the Moose munched on apples, bananas and a Snickers candy bar -- he won't eat a Milky Way -- blissfully unaware of his near-demise, a fate averted by lawmakers and helped along by thousands of fans......
  • More crabs and fried chicken at Hungry Cat; Mitsuwa food fair; cooking class at Border Grill

     
    Crab & fried chicken: The Hungry Cat has more blue crabs and fried chicken. On Tuesday, the restaurant will serve blue crabs by the half-dozen or dozen (with lots of newspaper and mallets -- though whether you need one depends......
  • Master gardener in training

     
    Hundreds of people apply to the UC Cooperative Extension's Master Gardener program every year, and enrollment is limited to about 50. I was accepted. I've never been a good student and rarely an adequate gardener. Though I've written extensively about...
  • 'Top Chef': American as apple pie

     
    Just in time for the Fourth of July weekend, "Top Chef" threw some pie in our eyes for the quick-fire challenge. Naturally, the contestants flipped out upon hearing that desserts were involved and were even more intimidated when Johnny Iuzzini,......