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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAmsterdam When considering Amsterdam, its famous red-light district and the coffee shops where cannabis is smoked, you may assume it's less than an ideal city to visit with young children. But you would be wrong. On a visit here last summer with Danny,...
Times Staff WriterSEAFOOD lovers who have been following the news know that it's probably going to be a long spring. Salmon, the king of the season's fish, is missing in action and its prices are likely to stay high through the summer. But as momma used to say, there's...
Tags: Fishing, Potatoes, Steaks, Wars and Interventions, Garlic
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWhen hundreds of yachts set sail for Baja California today in the lively Newport to Ensenada race, the water will be churning with sleek, multimillion-dollar vessels outfitted with great gizmos and built for speed. And then there's John Haupt's boat. He...
Tags: O.J. Simpson, Sailing, Sports, Jimmy Buffett
Playing with pain in the NFL Re "Depression? Just shake it off," Opinion, Sept. 21 The story of NFL player Vince Young's struggle with depression is a glaring example of the mental health crisis among men. They are lonely and misunderstood by everyone,...
Tags: Consumers, Elections, Arts and Culture, Football, State Budgets
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAn invasive mussel first detected in California less than a year ago has surged across the state's southern counties, stirring concern that its spread will inflict costly damage to public water systems and fisheries statewide. The infamous fresh-water...
Tags: Mussels, Water Restrictions, Rivers, Electrical Appliance, Death
Tell friends that you will be spending your vacation in Bellagio, and they are likely to assume you're talking about the glitzy hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, the one created by entrepreneur Steve Wynn. Wynn, former chairman of Mirage Resorts--now MGM...
Special to The TimesAt the start of our 185-mile bicycle ride, I carried a whistle, pepper spray, walkie-talkie, cellphone, tools, water, food, a guidebook and a big piece of chalk. I'd accidentally become the tour guide for a group of 14 riders — some of whom hadn't...
Times Staff WriterEarly one evening in the fall of 1984, John F. Kerry was flying home from a campaign stop in western Massachusetts when his helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing. An engine light signaled trouble, so the pilot touched down in an open field...
Doug Richard got the fight and the ride of his life Sunday morning when he landed a 61-pound wahoo fishing from his kayak. "It was insane," said Richard, of Weston. "It was a monster." Richard needed an hour to land the giant wahoo, which ate a live...
Tags: Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure, Father's Day, Everglades, Sports
For anyone looking to stage a D-Day invasion, run scuba tours in the Caribbean or cruise Lake Michigan with 200 of your closest friends — the U.S. Navy has a boat for you. And maybe a bargain. Two landing craft — the kind that that can...
Dad does get the job done, whether he's the boss, employee or co-worker, according to the sons and daughters who work along side their fathers in South Florida. Regardless of his role on the job, a snapshot of businesses where Dad and the kids work...
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