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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: Julia Child, The Hershey Co., Joint Ventures, Cancer, Obituaries
Times Staff WriterSHAKING my shoulders to dislodge the ice cube that was slithering down my back, I stepped forward to claim the certificate verifying that I had crossed the Arctic Circle into the land of the midnight sun. This was a rite of passage on Day 5 of a six-...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterCORDOVA, Alaska -- A year after the Exxon Valdez ground onto a reef in the middle of a frigid March night in 1989, unleashing the worst environmental disaster in U.S history, a striking thing happened. Amid oil-blinded sea otters and beached whales and...
Special to The TimesIt was a life-changing moment: The sushi chef presented my friend and me with wine glasses filled partway with sake; tiny live crabs crawled up the sides. Back into the kitchen the glasses went, and soon the crabs returned as very crisp, tiny, perfectly...
Tags: Ginger, Radishes, Liver, Fingers, Restaurants
Special To The TimesOn a recent trip to this country of warm welcomes, I had barely unpacked in Copenhagen when a young Danish friend, Frank Engelbrecht-Jensen, called to greet me in one breath and ask me in the next whether I would like to join him on a three-day, head-...
Special to The TimesI have always been drawn to islands. The journey to reach them is half their allure, and the approach to each is different. If they have a sense of peace and solitude and aren't too taken with themselves, I am smitten. Sweden, I discovered, is an...
Times Staff WriterHere in "Little Sweden, U.S.A."— where a day without something Swedish is like a day without sunflowers — it didn't surprise me to see a woman wearing a T-shirt proclaiming, "Swedish by marriage." On a spin through central Kansas in June, I...
PETERSBURG, Alaska -- The average halibut is big and uglier than the inside of a dumpster, as everyone in this little cannery town knows. By big, I mean 100 to 400 pounds, which is why fishermen have suffered broken arms and legs hauling them into their...
The Gazette, Cedar Rapids, IowaGavin Brown faces Lauren Clapp, a Velcro paddle in his right hand. "Do it the highest as you can!" he shouts. Lauren, a sophomore at Regina High School, tosses a ball high in the air. Gavin holds the paddle out, laughing when the ball sticks to it....
Seattle TimesBrian Herring calls his young Beamer High School softball team the Bad News Bears. With just one senior in the lineup, games can be an adventure. But the news was all good Friday as the Titans clinched their first state berth by advancing to the...
Tags: High School Sports
VarietyEver since the Tribeca Film Festival physically departed Tribeca and more or less abandoned its uniquely over-specific 9/11 and âmade in NYCâ slants, it has become more reflective of national and/or global developments, tackled via a smorgasbord of...
Goshen News, Ind.The lunch break was winding down for the 11-member work crew. The painters were ready to resume painting. Dorothy Herring had another word for it. "It's a godsend," she said Saturday afternoon outside her home at 914 S. Thirteenth St., Goshen....
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