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  • Bath salts are new twist in bank executive's LAPD abuse claim

     
    On the morning of May 13, a man stopped an officer in the lobby of Glendale police headquarters and asked for help. “I know this is gonna sound crazy,” the man said, “but I feel like there are people following......
  • Batali, Keller, Bayless, 500 other chefs protest seafood fraud

    Batali, Keller, Bayless, 500 other chefs protest seafood fraud
    Want to know what kind of fish is on your plate? So do Mario Batali, Rick Bayless, Thomas Keller and a who’s who list of major chefs who are taking a stand against seafood fraud. More than 500 restaurant owners, culinary industry leaders and chefs-...
  • 50% off seafood

    50% off seafood
  • Southern California Close-Ups: San Diego, Coronado and La Jolla

    Southern California Close-Ups: San Diego, Coronado and La Jolla
    San Diego could be improved. If the county had 75 miles of beaches instead of 70. If the Padres won a World Series or the Chargers won a Super Bowl. Or if the municipal sloganeers dropped "America's finest city" in favor of "You stay classy, San Diego."...
  • San Diego travel info

    WHERE TO STAY Hotel Solamar, 435 6th Ave., San Diego; (610) 819-9500, http://www.hotelsolamar.com. A block from Petco Park, neighbored by the lively Gaslamp District. 235 rooms, pool on fourth-floor terrace. Rooms for two usually $175-$300. La Pensione,...
  • Southern California Close-Ups: The real South Bay

    Southern California Close-Ups: The real South Bay
    First published on Aug. 28, 2011. Revised and expanded in early 2012. We'll call the movie "Three Beaches and an Airport." It'll star Hugh Grant as a buttoned-up business traveler who is separated from his job, money and luggage at LAX, then befriended...
  • Fukushima seafood on sale for first time since nuclear disaster

    Fukushima seafood on sale for first time since nuclear disaster
    For the first time since Japan's nuclear disaster last year, seafood caught off the Fukushima coastline is being sold in local markets to test customer demand. On Monday, two types of octopus and one variety of marine snail deemed clear of radioactive...
  • San Diego County piers

    San Diego County piers
    Imperial Beach Pier Overview: California's southernmost recreational pier is within walking distance of the Mexican border. At its end is the Tin Fish, a small eatery with seafood, burgers and sandwiches. At its foot are Cow-a-Bunga, a coffee store,...
  • Ventura County piers

    Ventura County piers (south to north) Port Hueneme Pier Overview: A pier that feels away from it all. It was opened in 1968 and is one of the few in the state that doesn't prohibit bicycles. Neighborhood kids seem to make the 1,400-foot span a...
  • San Luis Obispo County piers

    Pismo Beach Pier Overview: Fishermen and walkers predominate on this 1,370-foot pier, which has a distinctive diamond-shaped end. You'll find a bait shop-meets snack bar-turned souvenir stand about halfway out on the plank span. At the foot of the pier...
  • Visiting Florence, Oregon

    THE BEST WAY TO FLORENCE, ORE. From LAX, connecting service (change of plane) to Eugene, Ore., the closest airport of any size to Florence, is offered on United and Alaska. Restricted round-trip fares begin at $358. WHERE TO STAY Edwin K Bed &...