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This is a busy time of the year for service clubs in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach. Some club members are ringing the Salvation Army bells and staffing the donation kettles at local shopping centers. Others, such as the Exchange Clubs of Corona del Mar and...
Christy Cowell of Pasadena was one of the 10 winners of our first Los Angeles Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off with these humble-looking holiday treats: "These cookies will never win a beauty contest — they look kind of like potatoes! But they are a...
Tags: Walnuts, Cinnamon, Google+, Los Angeles Times, Holidays
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — A Catholic schools administrator in Traverse City has dropped a Hanukkah song from a Christmas concert. Mike Buell of Grand Traverse Area Catholic Schools says he doesn't have a problem with Jewish music. But he says...
Contributing WriterLast January, you loaded up. You loaded up on all the leftover, on-sale, clearance-priced Christmas wrapping paper you could lay your hands on. You bought Hanukkah bags, Santa wrap, gifty things with poinsettias and reindeer and holly, and you put it...
We've had the annual Christmas parade and tree lighting in Bel Air and the similar Christmas Street and parade celebrations in Aberdeen and Havre de Grace, which drew their usual hardy crowds seeking early December doses of holiday cheer. Festivals of...
I am not a particularly brave or noble person. But like every other parent I know, I possess an unwavering certainty that I would lay down my life for my children. Yet we parents also know that we can't always protect our kids from danger, a fact that...
The holiday theater season in Anne Arundel County started early in December and lasted through this past week, with festive and sacred concerts, "The Nutcracker" ballet and annual favorites showcasing the talents of local children. Memories of these...
RACHEL Rachel is mourning again for her children, not in far Bethlehem where carnage came to innocents, but in Newtown, where first-graders were gunned down. Yes, gunned down, because we kill so many children year by blood-soaked year with weapons...
The perfect gift for the chocolate lover: bouchons. Thomas Keller's recipe for bouchons is built with a cup of cocoa powder and 6 ounces of chopped chocolate -- and twice that amount of melted butter. The bouchons turn out of their tins like oversize...
Tags: Google+, Kosher Salt, Los Angeles Times, Holidays, Bouchon
Have you ever sat around wondering how candy canes were made? If so, then you’re probably a terrible employee. Get back to work, you lazy sugar fiend! Today’s your lucky day, though, because Wired.com has a new article exposing the seedy...
Tags: Candy Canes, Kwanzaa, Holidays, Religious Festivals
Overall impression: While South Beach was once Miami's coolest spot to live and eat, proof that the hipsters have moved to the mainland is on full display at Blue Collar, open since this past January. This is Miami's MiMo (Miami Modern) Historic District,...
Tags: Shrimp, Beef Brisket, Aventura, Veal, Restaurants
What does one of the world’s best pastry chefs come up with when pressed for a holiday cookie? Sherry Yard, working with Sixto Pocasangre, took the oh-so-popular French macaron and scented it with an oh-so-Christmas-y touch of ginger, cinnamon and...
Tags: Apples, Cinnamon, Google+, Vanilla Bean, Los Angeles Times
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