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Tribune Newspapers: Los Angeles TimesShortly after learning "mama" and "dada," Ginger and Ruby Rosenheck said "bye-bye" to their highchairs. "They are the lamest, ugliest, most restraining things in the world and when you have twins, highchairs just take over the room," says their mother...
Special to The TimesEncino, named after the Spanish word for the shady oak trees that have graced the land for hundreds of years, retains a strong sense of its place in San Fernando Valley history. Beginnings The Gabrielino Indians settled in the area, which was a...
Tags: Easter, Vehicles, Al Jolson, Dining and Drinking, Los Angeles
Special to The TimesIn the San Fernando Valley trifecta of Encino, Sherman Oaks and Studio City, common knowledge is that more exclusive, pricier properties sit south of Ventura Boulevard. Parts of Encino, like Amestoy Estates, beg to differ. Beginnings Amestoy Estates'...
Tags: Property, Dining and Drinking, Los Angeles, Paul Muni, Crimes
The gray areas around Blackwater Re "Guards who hurt us," Opinion, Oct. 6 Janessa Gans recounts an incident she experienced while being escorted by a Blackwater USA convoy in which an apparently innocent car was forced off the road. Let's reconsider...
A mix and mash of agua fresca outlets to quench your thirst Finding freshly made aguas frescas isn't as easy as it used to be -- many restaurants now use commercial powders and mixes. Many too are overly sugary. Look for aguas in pitchers or...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterTHINK of a Japanese beer: Kirin, Sapporo, Asahi. All mass-produced lagers. But isn't there something strange about that? The Japanese are renowned for their devotion to craftsmanship and unique handmade products. Think of fresh tofu skin (yuba), or...
Times Staff Writer"Ushpizin" is one of those films that has a direct line to the Almighty. When a character says "we need a miracle," it's only a matter of time until not one but several take place. But what's especially noteworthy about this popular Israeli film is that...
Times Staff WriterA wry, charming romance about a New York woman who has given up hope of finding love, or even a decent night out, Zoe Cassavetes' debut feature "Broken English" stars Parker Posey as Nora Wilder, whose middle to late 30s have bottomed out in a rut of...
Don't be surprised to find Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz grinning Cheshire cats -- they're newlyweds. The pop-star little sis of Jessica Simpson and the Fall Out Boy bassist tied the knot Saturday night at her parents' Los Angeles-area home with an...
Tags: Jessica Simpson, Pete Wentz, Vehicles, Audi, San Fernando
The March 3 race to replace Los Angeles City Councilman Jack Weiss is shaping up as a close contest, with six candidates almost evenly matched in their fundraising, according to campaign finance reports turned in this week. In a Westside district...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSave money -- eat out. It might sound counterintuitive, and it flies in the face of advice tossed out by penny-pinching "experts" -- but they don't know what we know: where to find the best dining deals in town. Who says it's cheaper to eat in? We...
The Merit Companies promoted Kelli Knott. Wilkin Guge Marketing made four new hires. Rabbi Kalman Winnick has been named director of spiritual life at the Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging. TriZetto Group named Gene Drabinski president of its cost...
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