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  • Beer of the Month: Maui Brewing Co.'s Mana Wheat

    Beer of the Month: Maui Brewing Co.'s Mana Wheat
      Wheat beer just cries out for fruit flavors. Citrus and raspberry are traditional in Germany, and we've seen a couple of fine American apricot wheat beers. Now a Hawaiian brewery has taken the obvious step, throwing in locally grown pineapple. The...
  • Book Review: Is Nicole Riche's new novel a Jackie Susann redux?

    So, OK, the first problem with Nicole Richie's second novel, "Priceless," is that you took, or mistook, actually, its opening chapters -- setting up the tale of an American princess recently returned from Parisian exile to her handsome, devoted Wall...
  • Postcard from Hawaii: Tropical fruit at Banana Joe's

     
    A great source of tropical fruit, and a Kauai landmark, is Banana Joe's....
  • Review: Yonanas frozen treat maker

     
    Yonanas: Yonanas review by Los Angeles Times writer Mary MacVean. She tests the frozen treat maker and finds that -- surprise! -- it actually does turn fruit into something that tastes and resembles frozen yogurt, minus all the fattening ingredients....
  • Sundance Film Festival unveils its 2012 competition lineup

     
    Sundance Film Festival announces its lineup for 2012 competition films. The Sundance Film Festival roster for the U.S. dramatic and U.S. documentary competition -- 16 movies in each category -- features some familiar names both in front of and behind...
  • Theater review: Josephine Baker tale 'Bananas!' at J.E.T. Studios

     
    For the Los Angeles Times, Daryl H. Miller reviews "Bananas! A Day in the Life of Josephine Baker" at J.E.T. Studios in North Hollywood....
  • Sundance: Critic Kenneth Turan spies some films to watch

     
    ‘Robot and Frank,’ starring Frank Langella, and the documentary ‘Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry’ are among the titles to keep an eye on as Sundance gets set to open....
  • 'Entourage' recap: We talk, then we walk

     
    Once again Johnny Drama is on the verge of stardom as his new animated show "Johnny's Bananas" has tested well and will premiere in just a few weeks. And once again it could slip through his fingers if he isn't......
  • 5 Questions for Jamie Cantor

     
    Jamie Cantor is the pastry-chef-owner of Platine in Culver City, where she bakes chocolate galore cookies, caramel-topped brownies, Alsatian tarts with brown butter almond filling, lemon pudding cakes ... well, you get the picture. What's coming next on...
  • The Lazy Marathoner: So this is what V.I.P. looks like

     
    Thank you, Mother Nature, for smiling down on my back-to-back half-marathons. Despite all the cold and rainy weather we've had of late, the conditions were excellent for Sunday's inaugural Rock 'N' Roll half-marathon, which started in Griffith Park and...
  • Milan Fashion Week: Prada’s Baroque Pop

     
    There was an assembly-line quality to the beginning of Miuccia Prada's spring show, the highlight thus far of Milan Fashion Week. Set on a raised metal platform with industrial-style lighting, the models came out one after another, wearing boxy short-...