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Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticBeneath an old diving helmet straight out of Jules Verne, a couple seated at a corner of the raw bar feed each other oysters, clams, bites of lobster. They eat slowly, luxuriously, between sips of wine. He whispers in her ear. She laughs and pops a shrimp...
LA Times MagazineA guide to the restaurants that built Southern California’s reputation for global breadth....
L.A. UnleashedHOPEWELL, Va. â Researcher Matt Balazik wears his passion for saving the Atlantic sturgeon on his right arm -- a tattoo of the ancient fish -- and lives it by counting the bottom-feeding giants in the James River. The 30-year-old......
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell: 'The private sector is strengthened when the public sector is restrained'Top of the TicketRepublican Virginia governor cuts budget, invests in highways...
Brand X Files: People's Choice Awards winners. Man with the golden voice meets Mom. Mac App Store launches.Brand XPeople's Choice Awards: "The Twilight Saga" and "House" won big, but more importantly: What did Zac Efron do to his hair?! [Ministry of Gossip] Ted Williams reunites with mother: The golden-voiced Williams, who was out on the street until a viral video...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesDid Ms. Scarlet silence Mrs. Peacock with a knife to the throat? Or did Col. Mustard throttle Professor Plum with a silver-plated candlestick? Mystery buffs can map out, investigate and solve murder mysteries at a variety of hotels and bed-and-breakfasts,...
Associated PressFormer U.S. Sen. Charles McC. Mathias, a liberal Republican from Maryland who championed civil rights and protection of the Chesapeake Bay during his 26 years in Washington, has died. He was 87. Mathias died Monday at his home in Chevy Chase, Md., from...
Maryland moved Monday to reduce the commercial harvest of female blue crabs in the aftermath of a survey finding that the Chesapeake Bay's crab population hit a five-year low last winter. The Department of Natural Resources announced that it was...
Editor: A recent Aegis editorial about the health of the Chesapeake Bay ("Stormwater fee set low in Harford the best of a bad situation," April 23) is [off base]. Certainly the job of restoring the Bay is far from finished, but the Aegis is incorrect in...
With a new survey finding the Chesapeake Bay's crab population at its lowest level in five years after a poor spawn last year, Maryland officials announced Friday they would move to tighten catch limits on the region's iconic crustacean. The annual...
A trio of environmental groups warned Monday they would sue the operator of three coal-fired power plants in Maryland for allegedly discharging excessive amounts of nutrient pollution into Chesapeake Bay rivers and trying to mask their violations by...
The Chesapeake Bay's health appears to be slowly rebounding, but still has a long way to go to be considered fully recovered, according to the region's largest environmental group. The Annapolis-based Chesapeake Bay Foundation rated the estuary's...
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