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  • Gear: Comparing four hiking boots

    Gear: Comparing four hiking boots
    The Santa Monicas. The San Gabriels. The Santa Anas. Los Angeles and Orange counties are loaded with mountains and mountain trails that are begging to be hiked, run and biked. You could conceivably do these activities in tennis or running shoes, but those...
  • How to fight frizzy hair

    Despite our differences and grass-is-always-greener attitudes, there is a common enemy that binds women of all hair types: Frizz. This poufy, unruly mess of fluff can affect us all but it's up to the individual to find a way to fight it. "Frizz is caused...
  • Workout clothing goes sleek and versatile

    Workout clothing goes sleek and versatile
    Those vows to hit the gym more often or adopt a new exercise regimen seem to be part of the human condition. And although your choice of outfits is secondary to the search for motivation, the right clothing can't hurt. "Women want to look good while...
  • Seeking ear buds that fit and sound good

    Seeking ear buds that fit and sound good
    When Mozart said, "Music, even in situations of the greatest horror, should never be painful to the ear but should flatter and charm it, and thereby always remain music," could he have foreseen the age of the punishing ear bud? Within 24 hours of using...
  • Gear: Shoes for not-quite-barefoot running

    Gear: Shoes for not-quite-barefoot running
    Barefoot running has become a hot fitness trend thanks to evidence that it can reduce injuries and strengthen feet. But ironically, many "barefooters" prefer to keep their feet covered. Fear of injuries from broken glass, rocks and other sharp objects...
  • Hiking on the tech trail

    Hiking on the tech trail
    Getting out in nature for a hike or a trail run can offer an escape from the modern world. But that doesn't mean techie innovations should be left at home, especially when they enhance the experience in a quiet, unobtrusive way. If you want to get there...
  • Home workout devices are now affordable and portable

    Home workout devices are now affordable and portable
    For those times when you can't get to the gym — or don't feel like breaking out your credit card to pay the membership fee — home workout equipment is essential. But as these innovative, lightweight and very portable devices show, a home gym...
  • A bicycle built for you

    A bicycle built for you
    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA roads are full of them -- cyclists shrink-wrapped in colorful Lycra, pedaling custom bicycles that cost more than their first cars. And their numbers are increasing by the day. People who've only ridden an old Schwinn cruiser on a...
  • Go on a SoCal hunt for Googie architecture

    It was the 1950s. America was a superpower, and the Los Angeles area was the center of it. The space race was on. A car culture was emerging. So were millions of postwar babies. Businesses needed ways to get families out of their automobiles and into...
  • Alexis Arguello dies at 57; winner of three world boxing titles

    Alexis Arguello dies at 57; winner of three world boxing titles
    Alexis Arguello, who battled his way to three world boxing titles in the ring but lost several bouts with personal demons outside the ropes, was found dead early Wednesday at his home in Managua, Nicaragua. He was 57. Police are investigating the death...
  • Harry Kabakoff dies at 82; colorful boxing trainer and manager

    Harry Kabakoff dies at 82; colorful boxing trainer and manager
    After boxing's Melville Himmelfarb started going by Harry Kabakoff, sportswriters invariably marveled over the unorthodox trading of one unwieldy name for another. Why not "Tyrone Youngblood" or something with "Lancelot" in it?, The Times' Jim Murray...