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Times Staff Writer1800s * 1889 Rancher Miguel Leonis, known for his rough ways, becomes the area's first recorded traffic death, after getting sloshing drunk and falling out of his wagon in the Cahuenga Pass. Mothers Against Drunk Cowboys is born. 1897 In the dark of...
Tags: Eagle Rock, Maureen O'Hara, Santa Monica, Santa Ana, Joel McCrea
Dear SOS: I love the chicken salad from Lunch in Culver City. It's so delicious, and I always want it when I'm at home in Burbank. Please help! Laura Meredith Burbank Dear Laura: Lunch's chicken salad is a deliciously simple dish. It combines...
Tags: Chicken, Lifestyle and Leisure, Onions, Salt, Mayonnaise
Dear SOS: El Colmao in Koreatown has the most delicious chicken stew with olives. Could you please get their recipe for El Colmao Chicken? Thank you! Susan Mooney Burbank Dear Susan: Cuban institution El Colmao credits this recipe to "old grandpa...
Actor, singer and tween idol Carlos Pena Jr., 21, has bought a Mediterranean-style home in the San Fernando Valley for close to its $1.5-million asking price. The 6,000-square-foot villa is set back from the road on a gated lot. The paver-stone courtyard...
Tags: Television, Movies, ER (tv program), Ronald Colman, Realty
Actor, singer and tween heartthrob Carlos Pena Jr. has bought a Mediterranean-style home in the San Fernando Valley for close to its $1.5-million asking price. The 6,000-square-foot villa is set back from the road on a gated lot. It has a paver-stone...
Tribune Newspapers: Los Angeles TimesSavvy sellers take note: It's all about pricing, pricing, pricing. Not last year's. Last month's. That's the word from sellers and agents across Southern California facing the realities of this fall's buyer's market. "Pricing is critical," said Sean...
Every so often, we take a candid look at the private dietary lives of people whose food choices need a makeover. Up this week: the kitchen and dining habits of 29-year-old Stephanie Jacobson. "This is the sad amount of food that belongs to me," says...
Tags: Turkey, Cheddar Cheese, Hamburgers, Spaghetti, Los Angeles Times
Pantry Raid: Taken to task in May, a publicist gives up fast food and now makes most of her own mealsIn May, we raided the nutritionally bankrupt pantry of Stephanie Jacobson, a Toluca Lake publicist whose meals were based on processed and frozen foods — or fast food. She was so hard-core she had Chipotle and Pizza Hut apps on her phone. She did...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesTiffany & Co., Van Cleef & Arpels, Cartier. Jewelry boutiques on Rodeo Drive tend to be of the big-brand, high-wattage variety. But the tony shopping row is now home to one of the industry's more irreverent players — Solange Azagury-Partridge....
Special to the Los Angeles TimesShternie Lipskier's is a stylish, deep red bob with short bangs. Elana Kornfeld's is a long, dark, glossy brunette that she parts on the side. Chani Wuensch's is a lighter brunette, with auburn lowlights and graduated bangs that fall softly across her...
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Times Staff WriterWalt Disney Co. these days has more than one mouse on its mind. As it ramps up a worldwide celebration this week marking the 50th anniversary of Disneyland, the Burbank company knows it can no longer rely solely on Mickey and his friends to lure...
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