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Tune the television to so many rapid-fire cooking shows today, and it seems eventually you're bound to witness some kind of shouting match. It's enough to make the stomach nostalgic for the kinder, simpler days of Marian Manners and Prudence Penny, the...
Times Staff WriterFinally, I could rest in Peace. "Peace," it turned out, was the name of the room where I stayed during a recent retreat at the Abbey of New Clairvaux. This remote Cistercian-Trappist monastery welcomes visitors needing a break from today's frenetic...
Tags: Travel, Gaming, Thomas Merton, Entertainment, Death
Special to the Chicago TribuneNEW YORK–It was 1863. In Pennsylvania, the ground at Gettysburg was still warm with the tragic remains of battle. In rough parts of Manhattan, rival gangs were taking time out from their own turf wars to battle police over Lincoln's orders to draft...
KSWB-TV is pleased to announce the hiring of Ms. Kathleen Bade as the weeknight anchor for the station's new "Fox 5 News at Ten". Set to debut on August 1, 2008, "Fox 5 News at Ten" will be a 1-hour local newscast covering all of San Diego and produced...
She's navigated the world of Los Angeles' elite for eight decades -- weekending at Hearst Castle at San Simeon with William Randolph Hearst, riding horses with friends at her family ranch above the boulevard that bears her father's name, partying at...
Zap2It.comThings are never boring in the complex, profane Western world of "Deadwood," especially where money is concerned. After weeks of what looked like public negotiating among series creator David Milch, studio Paramount and HBO -- for a while, it look like...
Times Staff WriterA castle is rising south of this small resort town that promises to be Napa Valley's most lavish tourist draw. Or a vintner's fortune-busting folly. In April, Daryl Sattui, whose winery and deli a few miles away in St. Helena are a popular picnic stop,...
Zap2It.comA storyline on "Veronica Mars" this season will have a trustee of Hearst College, the university Veronica now attends, going missing on the eve of a crucial trustees' meeting about the school's future. Who better, then, to play the part than real-life...
Special to The TimesNOIR is the indigenous Los Angeles form: It was created here, it grew up here and from here it spread, not only as a genre but as a way of looking at life, character and fate. As a framing lens, it's now so powerful that it seems not only to be a strategy...
Tags: Romance (genre), Philosophy, Movies, Robert De Niro, Joan Didion
Times Staff WriterTake a deep, deep breath. Smell that? It's a combination of ocean breeze, rose petals and money — lots and lots of money. Here at the freshly enhanced Four Seasons Resort the Biltmore Santa Barbara, billionaire owner Ty Warner has spent $240...
Sun-SentinelLooking for a little bit of old, touristy tropical South Florida? Here are some of the best places to visit, from drive-by lions to bicycle-riding parrots. 1. Lion Country Safari -- SR 80 (Southern Boulevard), 15 miles west of West Palm Beach; 561-793-...
Alive in Necropolis A Novel Doug Dorst Riverhead: 440 pp., $25.95 Real estate means a lot in America -- ask the Indians. Or ask some of the first white Californians to be displaced by gentrification. They can't answer, being dead. In 1900, San...
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