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  • Rosina Gourmet offers speedy, tasty sandwiches

    Rosina Gourmet offers speedy, tasty sandwiches
    The website listed the address as 300 E. Lombard St. and, sure enough, when we arrived, a prominent sign assured us we had landed at those very coordinates. But there was no sign, literally or figuratively, of Rosina Gourmet. Pluckily, we entered the...
  • Mailbag: Government could learn from Congress of the '90s

    I would like to add to Mr. Lightfoot's argument about the Roosevelt administration in prolonging the Great Depression. After President Hoover tried to tax America into being prosperous, FDR decided he would even do bigger tax increases in the name of...
  • Sous vide machine simmers with possibilities

    Sous vide machine simmers with possibilities
    You already roast a fine, juicy chicken, whip up creamy scrambled eggs and know how to braise succulent short ribs till they fall off the bone. Why, then, would you crowd your counters and empty your pockets to buy a $450 home sous vide machine? This is...
  • Plastic: 10 things you may not know

    Plastic: 10 things you may not know
    While writing her book "Plastic: A Toxic Love Story," Susan Freinkel was shocked to learn how fast the world had become plasticized. In the 1940s, few plastics existed and hardly anything was made of it. Today, the average person is virtually never more...
  • Education Matters: Antonovich's arguments are short-sighted

    Education Matters: Antonovich's arguments are short-sighted
    Editor's Note: Numerous instances of plagiarism have been discovered in Dan Kimber’s “Education Matters” column, which ran in the News- Press from September 2003 to September 2011. In those columns where plagiarism has been found, a...
  • City Life: City, unions should examine other cities' solutions, mistakes

    One of the more dismaying elements of the loud, ugly feud between Costa Mesa's City Council majority and the city's public employee unions is the failure of either side to recognize that many other cities are also having trouble making ends meet. By...
  • Fed vows to keep pumping money

     
    by Frank James As expected, the Federal Reserve did the expected today, leaving unchanged a key interest rate which is essentially at zero. Still, the statement by the Fed's policymaking team, the Federal Open Market Committee, is noteworthy for a......
  • European kitchens go checkboard, botanical and purple (yes, lots of purple)

     
    Eurocucina is the Olympics of the kitchen world. Held every two years in conjunction with the Milan furniture fair in Italy, the showcase includes more than 150 exhibitors showing their latest looks in cabinets, counters and cooking accouterments. Toss in...
  • Louisiana Plant Builds Last Hummer H3

     
    While it???s sure to become a symbol of the gas-guzzler boom, Hummer saw the last H3 roll off the production line of the Shreveport, La., plant this Monday. The SUV is part of a special order for Avis, the rental......
  • Which Factory Builds the Best Cars?

     
    Maybe some factories have happier workers, or maybe their production lines are just particularly snappy. Whatever the case, certain vehicle assembly plants produce fewer defects per 100 cars than others, and J.D. Power and Associates has just released its...
  • BMW Promotes Custom-Order Car Shopping

     
    When most Americans go to buy a car, they typically choose a model already on the lot with features that more or less meet their needs. Many end up sacrificing a specific color or feature to get a car then......