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  • What is California cuisine? It's you, L.A. (and kale)

    What is California cuisine? It's you, L.A. (and kale)
    Listen up, L.A. If you want to know what California cuisine is, look in the mirror. We talk a lot about the ingredients. Unrivaled seasonal produce – goodbye tomatoes, hello pomegranate, farm-to-table and all very precious. But there’s...
  • Is Gwyneth Paltrow braced for a Vanity Fair hit piece?

    Is Gwyneth Paltrow braced for a Vanity Fair hit piece?
    Gwyneth Paltrow might have gotten off easy with Martha Stewart. But that might not be the case if the rumors are true about a looming Vanity Fair profile of the Oscar winner. Some are anxiously awaiting the arrival of an upcoming Vanity Fair profile...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 filling recipes for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 filling recipes for Meatless Monday
    Looking for rich and filling ideas for Meatless Monday? You might never guess these hearty recipes are vegetarian: Lentil and barley stew: Craving something for cooler weather? This hearty lentil and barley stew comes together in less than an hour,...
  • Bluefin tuna sold at Tokyo auction for low price

    During the first Tsukiji market tuna auction of the year in Tokyo on Sunday, a 230-kilogram (507-pound) piece of bluefin tuna sold for 7.36 million yen ($70,000). That may seem like a lot of money for a fish, but the price is far less than expected for...
  • Will work for beer? Program in Amsterdam pays alcoholic workers with beer

    No, you didn't read that headline incorrectly. A mostly government-funded program in Amsterdam pays alcoholics who clean street litter with beer.  It's all part of the Rainbow Foundation, a program started last year to help give alcoholics, homeless and...
  • McDonald's to old people: You can't sit here for hours, get out!

    McDonald's to old people: You can't sit here for hours, get out!
    A group of elderly men and women like to sit and chat inside a McDonald's in Flushing, N.Y. It's not unlike a scene you may find at your local McDonald's. Sometimes they sit for hours at a time telling stories, without ordering much more than a single...
  • Florida Beach Guide: Anna Maria Island

    Florida Beach Guide: Anna Maria Island
    Anna Maria Island -- a slender 7-mile slip of Gulf sand balanced atop the crooked crab claw of north Longboat Key -- is a slow-motion kind of place. Sit a spell and taste the brine of the sea air as it bites softly at the back of your throat. Kick off...
  • Floyd Abrams, America's free speaker

     Floyd Abrams, America's free speaker
    Where there's smoke arising from a free-speech matter, you're likely to find the fiery attorney Floyd Abrams. He's blazed a trail for freedom of the press from the Pentagon Papers case to protecting reporters' sources. He's just as incendiary when he's...
  • Mayday for America's middle class

    In his fresh effort to put the economy back at center stage in Washington, President Obama has issued a new challenge to congressional Republicans on the crucial issue of why the American middle class is hurting and which side can best lift average...
  • Weiner, Filner: Therapy and the art of political cleansing

    Weiner, Filner: Therapy and the art of political cleansing
    Talking about your shrink isn't just for Woody Allen characters anymore. Once the kiss of death for a political career, announcing that you're in or about to enter therapy has actually become go-to damage-control strategy for public servants. There's...
  • Charleston's Spoleto Festival rises to greater heights

    Charleston's Spoleto Festival rises to greater heights
    For 17 days each summer, the sleepy seaside town of Charleston, S.C., turns into a busy hive of cultural activity, with every possible venue, large and small, filled from noon to night with the sights and sounds of opera, jazz, theater, dance and more...