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Culture MonsterRobert Rahway Zakanitchâs latest paintings remind viewers just how glorious it is to be alive. Thatâs as stale a clichÃ© as can be, but in the New York painterâs talented hands it comes alive with so much vitality, vigor and......
Money & CompanyFew chefs rave about having bugs in their business. But Myk Banas, the executive chef and director of food and beverage operations at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile, dotes on the hotelâs rooftop hives of honey bees. âGetting honey........
L.A. NOWA 55-year-old man died Wednesday after suffering hundreds of bee stings while working outdoors in the northern San Diego County city of Encinitas, the Sheriff's Department said. The man, described as a landscaper, was operating a backhoe in a brushy......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt might happen tonight. Or tomorrow. But it won't happen gradually. It will come all at once. All over Los Angeles, the first pink buds of jasmine will erupt into sprays of new white flowers. The display will be chaste enough for a wedding arbor -- until...
Fennel, the most fragrant of vegetables, is now at its peak of abundance and quality. Of the half-dozen stands at the Hollywood farmers market that sell it, Finley Organic Farms, which grows the Zefa Fino variety in Santa Ynez, has the sweetest and most...
L.A. NOWThe San Diego County man who collapsed Wednesday after being stung by hundreds of bees died as a result of a sudden onset of anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction, according to a report by the county medical examiner. A contributing......
Group petitions U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to offer Endangered Species Act protections to bumblebeeL.A. UnleashedGRANTS PASS, Ore. â A conservation group filed a petition Wednesday to add a bumblebee from Southern Oregon and Northern California to the endangered species list. The Society for Invertebrate Conservation and University of California at Davis...
Daily DishThe local honey of Silver Lake beekeepers Russell Bates and Amy Seidenwurm has shown up on the cheese plates of Canele restaurant in Atwater Village and recently the new wine bar Covell in Los Feliz. It might not have gone......
L.A. at HomeIn Rose-Lynn Fisher's new book "Bee," the artist offers a close look at the common honey bee. A very, very close look. Using a friend's electron microscope, Fisher explores the bee in a variety of magnifications. At 10x or 30x resolution the images mostly...
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersThe dead bees under Dennis vanEngelsdorp's microscope were like none he had ever seen. He had expected to see mites or amoebas, perennial pests of bees. Instead, he found internal organs swollen with debris and strangely blackened. The bees' intestinal...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen spring flowers bloom, I come down with a serious case of trout fever. The symptoms are instantly recognizable: a twitchy casting arm and an insatiable craving for sparkling waters and biting fish. I typically look to the Eastern Sierra for the cure,...
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Special to The Los Angeles TimesMorelia, Mexico I now know what it feels like to be inside a snow globe. But instead of fake, swirling white snowflakes, substitute butterflies -- hundreds, thousands, millions of orange-and-black monarchs -- flying around like autumn leaves in a gale....
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