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Special To The SunPARK CITY, Utah - JT Petty eats the same burrito for three days. "I'm pathologically frugal," the Severna Park filmmaker said at the Sundance Film Festival this week. "It impresses everybody but my girlfriend." But Petty might have outdone himself in...
Tags: Movies, Elkton, Maryland, Entertainment, New York University
Los Angeles TimesHOLLYWOOD -- As "Friends" -- peerless sitcommernaut of the '90s and beyond -- rolls out the last two installments in its 230-plus-episode, multibillion-dollar run, it's funny to remember what a hesitant, conflicted latecomer to the Gen X-ploitstation...
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: On a trip to Zion National Park, we had the most delicious meatloaf at Wildcat Willies in Springdale, Utah. Please ask the chef to share the recipe. I'd love to try it. Suzy Broeg Redondo Beach Dear Suzy: This is one heckuva meatloaf! The...
Tags: Restaurants, Garlic, Los Angeles Times, Kosher Salt, Peppers
Trespass: Living at the Edge of the Promised Land By Amy Irvine North Point/Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 363 pages, $25 Amy Irvine's family tree reaches back to one of the original Mormon saints, but it also bears the sharp, sometimes bitter fruit of...
Tags: Cartoons, Colorado, Death, Family, Christianity
Fourth of five partsAround every bend of the dirt road, Tom Warren recites another name, another date. The Sheep, the Amazon, the Winters, the Suzie. The list goes on and on. It is a chronicle of loss, of wildfires ravaging one of America's mythic landscapes, the sweeping,...
A synthesized cellphone melody pulls Jeff Rice from his sleep. De-de da-de-de da-de-de da-de. De-de da-de-de da-de-de da-de. Rice hits the alarm. It's 4:30, still dark. He clicks on his headlamp and dresses in the confines of his tent. The nylon zipper...
In skiing, as in marriage, spousal roles are defined, distinct -- and often at odds. He thinks "whiteout" is code for no one on the slopes and plenty of fresh powder. She views a blizzard as a good reason to stay inside and read a book. He thinks...
Kissimmee might be landlocked, but the surf's up there anyway. Fantasy Surf, set to open today, is the city's newest attraction and features a never-ending, 32-foot indoor wave targeting those looking for an endless summer. Created using a high-pressure...
Special to The TimesKrista DAVIS is a 34-year-old self-confessed medical spa addict. Every few weeks, she indulges herself at her favorite medical spa, Sherman Oaks-based Blue. On a typical day, she runs up a tab of $980 as she moves from manicure to pedicure, to...
Starbucks offers consumers up to 87,000 drink combinations. Comcast, the nation's largest cable provider, offers up to 1,000 channels. Sirius offers 140 different satellite radio stations for your listening pleasure. Americans have come to expect a...
KTLA NewsMURRAY, Utah -- A Utah woman is pregnant with two babies, due at two different times. Angie Cromar says her first ultrasound surprised both her and her doctor. She discovered she was pregnant with two babies at two slightly different stages of...
Tags: Pregnancy and Childbirth, Infants, KTLA
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSpooky rumors have persisted for decades that there are clandestine graves at a secluded ranch used as a hide-out by the Charles Manson clan after a 1969 killing rampage. Today, Inyo County sheriff's investigators and scientists packing portable ground-...
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