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  • Yoani Sánchez "encantada" de tener críticos y de ser "millonaria" en amigos

    La periodista y bloguera cubana Yoani Sánchez afirmó hoy en Lima que le “encanta” tener críticos y agregó que es “millonaria en amigos”, al ser consultada sobre el financiamiento de la gira mundial que empezó a inicios de año....
  • In Newtown, A Chance To Look Forward

    In Newtown, A Chance To Look Forward
    NEWTOWN — At St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic Church, where so many went to pray in the days after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a prayer that is usually read the Wednesday after Easter caused many to bow their heads. "Today bring...
  • Market Watch: Prime time for Asian pears

    Market Watch: Prime time for Asian pears
    Asian pears, like many fruits, are available year-round from storage and imports. But they are really at their best during the heat of late summer and early fall, when their delicate flavor is freshest and a juicy, crunchy fruit straight from the...
  • Henry Segerstrom: Arts centric

    Henry Segerstrom: Arts centric
    That guy Jack, of beanstalk fame? He was small potatoes. If you want real magic from beans, look no further than what has become of the lima bean and dairy empire of Orange County's Segerstrom family. It morphed into the gold of commercial real estate,...
  • Market Watch: Indian Blood Freestone peaches are diamonds in the fuzz

    Market Watch: Indian Blood Freestone peaches are diamonds in the fuzz
    The most distinctive and enigmatic stone fruit in markets currently is the Indian Blood Freestone peach. The first thing you'll note is its intense rose-like aroma, which can fill a room with peachy perfume. The fruits look like nothing else, with thick...
  • Alex Franco dies at 91; ran L.A. wedding chapel

    Alex Franco dies at 91; ran L.A. wedding chapel
    The Rev. Alex Franco, who performed thousands of weddings at his Albertson Wedding Chapel in Los Angeles, has died. He was 91. Franco, a Protestant minister who for much of his career was known as Alex Garcia, died Wednesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical...
  • Adriana Lima expecting her second angel with Marko Jaric

     
    Adriana Lima is pregnant! Victoria's Secret model Adriana Lima is pregnant with baby No. 2. She and NBA player husband Marko Jaric already have a 2-year-old, Valentina....
  • 3 Events: Livello preview, Chaya crab fest, Zengo's Lima-Tokyo

     
    3 Events: Livello preview at L'Ermitage, Chaya Venice crab fest, Lima meets Tokyo at Zengo...
  • Seminole favors local boards for charter schools

     
    Seminole School Board members turned down a recent charter school application in part because they didn't see any local involvement or interest in it. The plan for Renaissance Charter would have it managed by a board out of Broward County, with little...
  • Greg Smith raising money for 2013 city attorney’s race

     
    A West L.A. lawyer with a track record of winning financial judgments for Los Angeles police officers and firefighters said he is running for city attorney in 2013....
  • Henry Segerstrom's mall hosts exhibit on his public art patronage

     
    The South Coast Plaza shopping center will open an exhibition on the story behind 13 public artworks that can be seen nearby. All but one was bought or commissioned by Henry T. Segerstrom, the arts patron who heads the family real estate firm that owns...