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  • Hansen: Coastal Commission is picking the wrong battles

    It is revealing that the Orange County office of the California Coastal Commission is not in Orange County. It's in Long Beach, Los Angeles County. One wonders if the commission had to get an exception to the Coastal Act to erect a building in the wrong...
  • Zion National Park: Cathedrals of nature

    Zion National Park: Cathedrals of nature
    When the 19th-century Mormon pioneers came upon Zion Canyon and settled this area, they were self-consciously biblical in their outlook. Isaac Behunin, who is given credit for naming the gorge that runs through what is now a national park, declared, "A...
  • Fox International Channels Appoints Cherry Yates to Corporate Communications VP

    Fox International Channels has named Cherry Yates to vice president of corporate communications, a newly created position to streamline communication strategies across FIC's more than 300 channels, the company announced Wednesday. Yates will also continue...
  • Drinks and a Movie at the W Hotel Hollywood

    Indie filmmakers are always looking for places to unspool their films and grow their audience. So when producer Laura Davis, who made "A New York Heartbeat" with her husband, director Tjardus Greidanus, found out about the W hotel's Movie Mondays in...
  • Taking the Kids -- Farm-to-table fun on Martha's Vineyard

    Taking the Kids -- Farm-to-table fun on Martha's Vineyard
    Fava beans or green beans? What's on the lunch menu all depends on what's ready for the kids to harvest. Yes, the kids. At the nonprofit Farm Institute on Martha's Vineyard off the coast of Massachusetts, the local and vacationing kids who attend summer...
  • New publicly traded REIT to have Orlando HQ

    New publicly traded REIT to have Orlando HQ
    A new publicly traded company, Xenia Hotels & Resorts, may be headquartered in Orlando. The company was formerly known as Inland American Lodging, which owns the Grand Bohemian Hotel in downtown Orlando. It’s parent company, Inland American Real...
  • Psychiatric tests for daughter of Chicago woman killed in Bali

    Indonesian police on Thursday ran psychiatric tests on the teenage daughter of a Chicago woman who was found dead inside a suitcase on the resort island of Bali. Police arrested the daughter, Heather Mack, 18, and her boyfriend, Tommy Schaefer, 21, on...
  • Scrambled eggs, Turkish style

     Scrambled eggs, Turkish style
    It must have been the Turks who discovered that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. On a recent visit to Turkey, I reveled in the morning repast. At every hotel and inn we enjoyed a feast of delicious offerings. The breads alone took my...
  • Heiress Nicky Hilton is engaged to a Rothschild, sis Paris Hilton says

    Heiress Nicky Hilton is engaged to a Rothschild, sis Paris Hilton says
    Nicky Hilton is reportedly engaged to James Rothschild, a guy who, like her, stands to inherit loads of cash down the line. The heiress turned fashion designer and her fiance were outed Wednesday by her big sis, reality-TV star Paris Hilton....
  • Slaying in Indonesia: Neighbors say mom, daughter had troubled relationship

    Slaying in Indonesia: Neighbors say mom, daughter had troubled relationship
    By all accounts, Heather Mack's relationship with her mother was volatile, with police often called to their former home in Oak Park. Now, after Sheila von Wiese-Mack's body was found on Tuesday stuffed inside a suitcase at a luxury resort in Bali,...
  • Historic Pasadena hotel gets $60-million makeover

    Historic Pasadena hotel gets $60-million makeover
    A historic hotel in downtown Pasadena that served as sedate senior housing for decades is about to make a splashy comeback. The $60-million makeover of Hotel Constance reflects Pasadena's rising profile as an international travel destination. As part of...