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  • Hennessey Performance announces 1,000-horsepower Corvette Stingray

    Hennessey Performance announces 1,000-horsepower Corvette Stingray
    The all-new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has yet to put a single tire into dealer showrooms, but already the tuner market is drooling over the possibilities the seventh-generation icon presents. One such company is Hennessey Performance. This Texas-...
  • Not sequestration but Md.'s inept leadership that hurts

    Not sequestration but Md.'s inept leadership that hurts
    In his commentary ("Sequestration hurts," July 22), U.S. Sen. Benjamin Cardin criticized the political gridlock which led to sequestration. But the senator was an influential participant in the political process whereby Congress could not agree upon which...
  • Malls' appetite for fine-dining restaurants is growing

    Malls' appetite for fine-dining restaurants is growing
    The Fig & Olive restaurant chain drips with foodie cred. The eateries, which started in Manhattan, feature fancy olive oils and celebrity sightings. An average diner's check easily breaches $50. The Mediterranean-inspired cuisine is the antithesis of...
  • A comeback for pastry chefs

    A comeback for pastry chefs
    The final flourish of your meal arrives at the table — a rich pudding of chocolate cremeux ("creamy" in French), candied pistachios, a crumble made from ground pistachios, and both dehydrated and frozen mandarin. Its deliciousness almost obscures...
  • Readers Recommend: Restaurant Lastage in Amsterdam is a gem

    Restaurant Lastage, about a 10-minute walk from the Central Station in Amsterdam, is a real gem with a Michelin star, elegant service and reasonable prices. Reservations are necessary. We found it by accident and were given a table because of a last-...
  • Island Hotel hires Balboa Bay Club's manager

    Island Hotel hires Balboa Bay Club's manager
    The general manager of the Balboa Bay Club and Resort has accepted a similar position at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach. Dieter Hissin took over daily operations at the Irvine Co. hotel Jan. 2. The Fashion Island property is being updated throughout....
  • Amateur night at Miami Beach bistro Tongue & Cheek

    Amateur night at Miami Beach bistro Tongue & Cheek
    Restaurant reviewing isn't unlike taking a photo. It's a snapshot, a moment in time. I go to a restaurant expecting the best, but like any restaurantgoer, I'm sometimes disappointed. So there we were on a Sunday night at Tongue and Cheek in Miami Beach....
  • Performance rules in Detroit: Best of the 2014 Auto Show

    Performance rules in Detroit: Best of the 2014 Auto Show
    The North American International Auto Show in Detroit is America's annual celebration of the automobile. Manufacturers from all over the world display their latest products to the public, reveal new ones to the media, and show off concept cars to spark...
  • Two pastry shops absolutely not to miss in San Francisco

    Two pastry shops absolutely not to miss in San Francisco
    I was on a bus, headed to b. patisserie to try the kouign amann as recommended by San Francisco Chronicle restaurant critic Michael Bauer, when a fellow passenger asked where I was going. California and Fillmore streets. He was puzzled, which didn’t...
  • Seven great things to eat in San Francisco -- and one in Oakland

    Seven great things to eat in San Francisco -- and one in Oakland
    The San Francisco restaurant scene is sizzling. So many new openings, so many worthy older places to eat. Here's a quick guide to some gorgeous bites up north. Oxtail and chickpea fritters at Alta CA in Mid-Market. The casual new restaurant from...
  • In Northern Spain, linger in La Rioja

    HARO, Spain — Given the hours spent oozing along roads in L.A., you’d think my ideal vacation would not include driving. Zooming around the Arc de Triomphe in Paris? Dodging Fiats and Ferraris in Rome? Not for me. But tooling down...