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I love love. When it comes to Valentine’s Day, though, I’d rather skip the whole ordeal and enjoy a date night with my husband on any other night in February. The only thing more dreadful than prix fixe Valentine’s meals are the...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesCharlotte Russe has moved into the new Santa Monica Place and had her own makeover. The San Diego-based chain store, a mall fixture that offers inexpensive trendy fashions to teenage girls and young women, is rolling out its new retail concept at Santa...
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Los Angeles Times Staff Writers3.1 Phillip Lim Los Angeles 6 to 11 p.m. 631 N. Robertson Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069 (310) 358-1988 Remember that Phillip Lim piece you almost bought a couple years ago? Now's your chance to grab it. The designer is re-imagining five signature pieces...
L.A. at HomeThe two very different gardens â one lush and colorful and the other coolly elegant and restrained â are among the six featured on the Garden Conservancyâs Open Days tour in Pasadena on Sunday. The gardens in one 1922 Spanish Revival house...
Los Angeles Times Travel | Daily Deal BlogSure, bouquets for Mother's Day are nice. But with a visit to these California attractions, you can give Mom an experience she'll remember after the flowers fade: San Diego Natural History Museum: Mother Earth and Motherâs Day? Thatâs inspiration...
Brand XIf you are considering a hummingbird feeder, try buying a plant instead of a bottle. For what seems like a year-round fountain of nectar, make that plant an island bush snapdragon. Galvezia speciosa, as this Channel Island native is more properly known,...
Culture MonsterIt was Cincinnati, 1929, and the Slye family was struggling to make ends meet. To help out, 17-year-old Leonard Slye traded high school for a shoe factory job. Perhaps it was a youthful whim that led him to pay $20......
Ray Watt, a prolific builder who did much to define the look of modern Los Angeles, died Tuesday of natural causes at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage. He was 90. Watt was a pioneer and innovator in the development industry who continually...
So bright yellow they almost look orange, zucchini flowers are nearly irresistible to farmers market shoppers. Yet it seems many people don't know what to do with them once they've bought them. My favorite way is to deep-fry them in a very light, almost...
L.A. at HomeWhen Jim Tripp sends a Valentine's Day bouquet to wife Lauren, he makes sure the flowers are grown locally. "It's important to support organic farmers and make a conscious choice about where our money goes," says Tripp, Aramarkâs general manager for...
The Daily MirrorNote: Since we began in 2007, the Daily Mirror has wanted to provide posts about historic films, but like the rest of the DM, we wanted to make it a unique, personal view. We found a fresh, original voice in Anne Elisabeth Dillon, who works around the...
L.A. at HomePart flower shop, part gift store, Fiore Designs on Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, Ca., is the first retail effort of Jennifer Juhos, who is bursting with ideas about bouquets beyond fresh-cut flowers....
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