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Special to The TimesROCK stars just aren't what they used to be. "They all want to look the same," laments music stylist Brandy St. John. "They all want clothes from the same stores, the same designers. But rock 'n' roll should be about one-of-a-kind outfits no one will...
Hartford Courant Staff WriterWhen he fishes, Joseph Ibrahim usually just drops a line in or around Groton, Conn., his shoreline hometown. But on this blustery spring day, he's come with his family -- daughter Arianna, 5, and her mother, Crissy Rousey -- to try his luck off New...
Special to the Los Angeles Times1. Marylebone Farmers Market Off Marylebone High Street, bordered by Cramer, Moxon and St. Vincent streets 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays Tube: Baker Street 2. Broadway Market Near London Fields in Hackney, northeast of London's financial district 9 a....
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Special to the Los Angeles TimesLondon A hunk of butter, a little garlic and a handful of mushrooms — Sporeboys owners David Robinson and Andrew Gellatly toss fresh chanterelles, portobellos and cepes in a sauté pan, sprinkle a bit of pecorino cheese and parsley on top and...
Tags: History, England, Immigration, Arts and Culture, Sandwiches
Legendary Performer Garth Brooks to Play Los Angeles to Raise Money for the Recent Fire Victims and for the Future of Fire Fighting in the State of CaliforniaLOS ANGELES (November 28, 2007) – Having been approached by California state elected officials as well as civic leaders from areas affected by recent wildfires, music superstar Garth Brooks has agreed to perform a benefit concert to raise money for the...
Courant Staff WriterThis being the 50th anniversary of the USS Nautilus' historic crossing of the North Pole, it seemed like a good time to get down to Groton and tour the world's first nuclear-powered submarine. The long-since-decommissioned Nautilus is moored at the U.S....
Tags: Defense, Armed Forces, U.S. Navy, Groton
U.S. Rep. Rob Simmons, R-2nd District, spoke to The Courant's editorial board on Jan. 26. The following are edited excerpts from the talk. On congressional earmarks Should Congress get rid of earmarks (the process by which Congress members' favorite...
Of The Morning CallEdward W. McElduff's ship hit two mines on its way to the Normandy coast early on D-Day, June 6, 1944. The explosions hurled the 22-year-old Navy ensign from the charthouse to the deck below, smashing his back and neck into a rack of rifles and...
Wood Pond PressAs it nears the end of its 400-mile journey from the Canadian border, New England's longest river wends beneath majestic hillsides before emptying into Long Island Sound. Its unspoiled nature, its verdant and steep banks, and the historic small towns that...
Though local history contains many accounts of injustice perpetrated against enslaved black people here, the story of one Hebron family illuminates the better angels of Connecticut's nature. Caesar and Lois Peters and their children were the property...
FOR THE TIMESFriday June 27, 1997 Intrepid reporters, noble homeless, outlaw masons and tutti Mafiosi are the ingredients in "The Innocent Sleep," an English thriller that won't inspire much raising of hair, tingling of spines or biting of nails. But it does...
Tags: Matthew Vaughn, England, Movies, Franco Nero, Thriller (genre)
Sun-SentinelDo the names William Panton, William Augustus Bowls and William H. Chase ring a bell? What about Mariana Bonifan or a trio of Dons: Don Tristan Deluna, Don Manuel Gonzalez and Don Vincent Sebastian Pintado? Not to worry. Just make plans now to visit...
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