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Money & CompanyTime to go check your kitchen cabinets and freezers, folks. Late Thursday night, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a pair of recalls of two beloved grocery products after red flags were raised over processing problems and food safety concerns.....
L.A. NOWThe costs of a 2004 firehouse incident in which a black firefighter was fed dog food continues to rise even as the Los Angeles city budget is already battered by recession. The City Council approved the payment Friday of $2.53......
Restaurant CriticPuck really knows how to pick them. Locations, that is. Wolfgang Puck, who burst onto the scene in 1982 with a little place called Spago, has just opened a new restaurant downtown at L.A. Live. Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill sits center stage, right on the L....
Headed to LACMA to catch the "Pompeii and the Roman Villa" exhibit before it closes Oct. 4? Before you go, put a bottle of this crisp, minerally white from Italy's Campania region (that's Naples/Pompeii and environs) in the fridge to break open when you...
Restaurant CriticAs we squeak past the last days of summer, it's never too late to make one more trip to the beach. Dinner at the Sunset on Zuma Beach could be just the right antidote to stave off the inevitable sadness as fall comes on with its shorter days and longer...
Top of the TicketIt's all about an internal White House power fight and where you come from in Chicago....
Quentin Tarantino on his movie influences: From 'Operation Amsterdam' to 'The Good, the Bad and the Ugly'The Big PictureMost writers, musicians and filmmakers are delighted to talk about the biggest influences on their work. After all, for artists, the influences from their youth are usually the subconscious fuel that drives their imagination. And when it comes to...
L.A. NOWCity Councilman Paul Krekorian is taking advantage of Google Maps to show residents progress on street resurfacing efforts and to publicize locations for sandbag pickups. LAist writes that the effort is a positive step, but calls on the councilman and.......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterOn a warm autumn afternoon, toward the end of a daylong barrage of PowerPoint presentations, a white-haired, gentlemanly fellow named Michael Merzenich faced a room full of neuroscientists and pharmaceutical executives and declared that, really, they...
Special to The Times++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ Friday night in Vegas never looked so bad. I simply wanted to get to the Stratosphere, just four miles from the Mandalay Bay. But after almost an hour sitting in my rental car, I found myself longing for the...
Times Staff WriterPut me at a table at one of the most spectacular beaches in the world where I can look down and practically see the stitching on the surfers' wetsuits as they angle to catch a wave. The light has the clarity of late fall. Not a shred of cloud in the sky....
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Special to The TimesLet me describe the #3 plate at every local authentic Mexican restaurant 50 years ago. Imagine an oval, particularly thick ceramic plate being hustled over straight out of an oven, so hot it can only be delivered with a potholder and a warning to never,...
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