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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHave you ever thought rush hour on the 405 Freeway might be more bearable if you could check your e-mail, shop for a book on Amazon, place some bids on EBay and maybe even, if nobody is looking, download a little porn? Then perhaps you should be...
Sun reporterWe're getting you ready for a no-fuss Thanksgiving feast. In the 1970 black comedy Diary of a Mad Housewife, Tina Balser's obnoxious young daughters rebel at the Thanksgiving dinner table because she has altered the stuffing recipe. "This stuffing...
Tags: Periodicals, Sausages, Maryland, Cornbread, Thyme
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRecord fuel prices and a struggling economy aren't the only problems facing the $35.7-billion cruise industry these days. Victims of crime on cruise ships are loudly and persistently calling for increased government oversight -- and they're starting to...
Tags: Criminal Laws, John Kerry, FBI, Tour Operations Industry, Rape
Special to The Baltimore SunSoup's On opened back in February above a natural foods store in Mount Vernon, a few blocks from the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. This is a hidden space that you meet up a short flight of stairs from a single door at street level. Over the decades, a bunch of...
Tags: Arugula, Chicken Salad, Asparagus, Cheese Corn, Sandwiches
Your Money staff reporterYou can see major movies that are "carbon neutral," buy any flavor of organic yogurt and even watch as Bob Costas recaps Sunday football by candlelight for NBC. With climate change increasingly at the top of people's minds--it was identified as a major...
Times Staff WriterRead-only summary seames rimmed for web, 76894 Read-only web_hed Passport problems? Call your congressman Read-only dpt_kicker Read-only txt If you need help with your passport, do not e-mail your congressional representative's office. Call. This...
John G. Matsusaka's recent Op-Ed raised some critical questions about the state budget. State spending, he wrote, has seen a "whopping 40% increase" in the past four years. Where does that spending go? The Legislature has a proposal to raise $8 billion in...
Tribune reporterMOLINE, Ill. — The requests are often humble: A disabled veteran in Decatur needed help with an overdue winter fuel bill. A soldier in Minnesota asked for a box spring and mattress—"it doesn't have to be new." A combat medic from Moline...
Special to The TimesCupertino, Calif. — RIDGE VINEYARDS, you might not be surprised to learn, is set on a ridge. On a recent overcast day, its chief executive and winemaker Paul Draper leaned his tall frame against a railing at the western edge of the winery's...
Talk of layoffs and downsizing have dominated the news in recent weeks. But there are companies around the country and several right here in Western Washington that are hiring. You can find openings by searching the internet, attending job fairs and...
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