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Bastille Day

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  • Eat your way through Carmaggedon weekend

     
    Carmageddon...
  • Tour de France: Samuel Sanchez wins Stage 12

     
    Spanish climbing specialist Samuel Sanchez won Thursday's 12th stage of the Tour de France and Thomas Voeckler of France retained the overall lead as the race entered the high mountains for the first time. After a string of setbacks earlier......
  • Joining the grand aioli party

     
    Judging from my Facebook page, I am one of about 3 million cooks who celebrated Bastille Day with a grand aioli Saturday. I really hadn't intended any kind of French patriotism with it -- we had good friends coming down......
  • Marché Moderne fetes Bastille Day with an authentic bouillabaisse

     
    Florent Marneau at Marché Moderne in Costa Mesa is celebrating Bastille Day with bouillabaisse from now through July 19....
  • San Francisco restaurant claims exemption from foie gras ban

     
    Foie gras may be on the outs in California, but at least one San Francisco restaurant plans to keep the fattened goose liver on the menu indefinitely -- and they may be doing it legally. The Presidio Social Club, located......
  • The French connection

    The French connection
    July 14 was Bastille Day in France, a holiday that is truly, as the French say, "La Fete Nationale." It's a perfectly good excuse to throw a party this week, even if it may be a little spur-of-the-moment. At the very least celebrate with French wines...
  • Go red, white or rosé

    Go red, white or rosé
    July 14 is Bastille Day in France, and it truly is, as the French call it, "La Fete Nationale." The celebration marks the day in 1789 when angry mobs stormed the notorious Bastille prison in Paris and symbolizes the start of the French Revolution....
  • Datebook

    Send DATEBOOK items to the Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; or e-mail coastlinepilot @latimes.com or through our online calendar at http://www.coastlinepilot.com. Submissions must be received two weeks before...
  • Rohrer closes doors

    After four years in Laguna Beach, Rohrer Fine Art has closed its doors permanently. The upscale gallery, where a multi-million dollar sale of works by Monet and Degas made local history in 2007, has moved its wares to Palm Desert and a new location in...
  • Market Watch: Fresh goji berries make their debut

    Market Watch: Fresh goji berries make their debut
    Goji berries, the much-hyped "superfruit" native to China, touted for their medicinal properties and surprisingly delicious too, are now available for the first time as fresh fruit at local farmers markets. The berries, which sometimes still have their...
  • Your pet, too, can be a poodle

     
    Orlando's Audubon Park Garden District is planning its second annual Bastille Day celebration along the Corrine Drive corridor on Saturday, July 10, from 2 to 10 p.m. One of the many festivities will be the Pretend Poodle Parade, which is open to French...