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Show TrackerLots of tears on this leg of 'The Amazing Race.' And a lot of hugs, for that matter. Adversity is the name of the game on 'The Amazing Race' and producers throw all manner of obstacles at our racers to......
L.A. NOWLos Angeles police detectives have arrested a Cal State Northridge recruiter for the slaying of his wife, Lesley Herring, 44, who has been missing since February 2009. Lyle S. Herring, 56, was arrested Wednesday about 4:30 p.m. after a 14-month-long......
Pop & HissThough Future Islands only recently released its debut for Chicago's Thrill Jockey, the band may already be on a self-destructive course. The voice of singer Samuel Herring already seems on the verge of giving out. If not quite a growl,......
L.A. UnleashedSomething is holding down the herring population of Alaska's Prince William Sound, and marine scientists are tailing some rather large suspects: humpback whales. Humpbacks, once hunted to near extinction, are thriving in waters fouled 21 years ago by...
Restaurant CriticChurch & State has to go down as one of the more unusual restaurant pairings in Southern California: owner Steven Arroyo, best known for casual clubby places such as Cobras & Matadors, and chef Walter Manzke, renowned for his meticulous French- California...
Tags: Restaurants, Sausages, Oysters, Potatoes, Salads
Times Staff WriterA bicycle bell tinkled and I looked up and saw a Dutchman in a knit cap coming toward me. As he pedaled by, a fuzzy white head popped up from his bike basket. It was a terrier, chin up, ears perked forward, head tilted curiously to one side. Easy-riding...
Special to The TimesBy the time Weems W. Duvall Jr., hit 45, he was close to 300 pounds, his cholesterol was sky high and his blood pressure was out of control. "I was pretty much a walking heart attack," he says. Diet books advised him that adding fish to his meals would...
FEW commercials in history are more cringe-worthy than those of Saab's current "Born From Jets" campaign, in which a Swedish-built Saab Viggen fighter morphs into wait for it a Saab 9-7X SUV — Yah, Sven, dat's a guut one. As most devoted Saab-...
Tags: Dan Neil, Automotive Equipment, Porsche, Volvo, Vehicles
Restaurant CriticIt might seem that there is little as unlikely as a Scandinavian restaurant in Southern California, but for many years one of L.A.'s most celebrated spots was Scandia on Sunset Boulevard. It had closed by the time I came to town, but Gustaf Anders was...
Tags: Restaurants, Sausages, Salads, Lettuce, IKEA
The U.S. Supreme Court has again undermined the only realistic protection against illegal searches and seizures: the ban on using tainted evidence at trial. The 5-4 decision in an Alabama case is doubly ominous for California, where misguided ballot...
Tags: Local Government, Crimes, Justice System, Seizures, Judges
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCORDOVA, ALASKA -- By way of telling his story, and the story of this fishing village, Mike Maxwell -- born, raised and hoping to die here -- wants to talk about what happened to the herring. They were the little kings of the sea in these parts. They ran...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRobert Steinberg, a physician who helped revolutionize America's appreciation of fine chocolate after launching a Bay Area company that produces some of the best chocolate in the country, has died. He was 61. Steinberg, who had lymphatic cancer, died...
Tags: Harvard University, The Hershey Co., France, Cancer, Julia Child
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