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  • White wines for your spring table

    As sure as there are flowers in April, a new crop of white wines from every corner of the world makes it to your dining room table each spring. This year, more than ever, they'll arrive with an almost palpable pulsing energy, limpid and clean, having been...
  • Meltdown in your wineglass?

    THE "post-classic" era of winemaking is dawning, according to experts at the second Climate Change & Wine conference in Barcelona, Spain, at the end of last week. And it's going to be full of nasty surprises. What might "post-classic" wine be like?...
  • El Pital a Latin revelation nestled in El Salvador's highlands

    El Pital, El Salvador In the dark days of the early 1980s, anyone brave or foolhardy enough to ascend the majestic peak of El Pital would have been accompanied by a hellish soundtrack of mortar fire and army helicopters. But as I strolled recently...
  • Is T. Boone Pickens right?

    Today's question: Oil giant T. Boone Pickens wants to turn much of the Great Plains into a wind-power farm. How practical is his plan? Should we do it? Previously, White and Taylor discussed offshore drilling. Half right is a good place to start Point:...
  • Space program lunacy

    Hurricane Dean's march toward the Gulf Coast couldn't have provided a more ironic backdrop for Space Shuttle Endeavour's early touchdown Tuesday afternoon. Endeavour, originally scheduled to return to Earth today, landed in Florida a day early in...
  • Sailor Abby Sunderland, 16, heads to Cabo San Lucas for vessel repairs

     
    It's been 11 days since Abby Sunderland departed Marina del Rey on her 40-foot sailboat "Wild Eyes" in her attempt to solo circumnavigate the world, nonstop and unassisted. The 16-year-old, however, already has a bug in her plan, which will......
  • More rain, possible thunderstorms predicted for Los Angeles area

     
    The second of two cold fronts to sweep Southern California will hit the Los Angeles area Saturday, bringing rain, possible thunderstorms and the threat of mud and debris flows in hillside areas scorched by last year’s wildfires, according to the......
  • Paul V. Coates – Confidential File, March 5, 1960

     
    Leonard Warren, 1911-1960 Telephone Girls Belie Propaganda I'm a client, reasonably well paid up, of Pacific Telephone Co. And I'd like to assure you that my complaint is nothing personal. In fact, over the years, I've built up kind of an impersonal...
  • Cool, dry weather expected this week in Southern California

     
    Scattered showers were expected to continue into Monday afternoon, and the rest of the week was looking dry, if on the cool side, according to the National Weather Service. The storm that hit Southern California early Monday dumped between ¾......
  • Another 'Climategate' inquiry clears professors

     
    An independent investigation of the British academics whose e-mails were at the center of the so-called "Climategate" scandal has cleared the researchers, The Guardian reports. The panel found "absolutely no evidence of impropriety whatsoever," and said...
  • Storms pile on the snow in Southern California mountains and ski resorts

     
    The storms expected to roll through Southern California this week should bring with them massive snowfall for area mountains and ski resorts. Mammoth Mountain Ski Area reports on its website that they have received 26 inches of new snow within......