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  • Crescenta Valley Briefs: Montrose Old-town Christmas returns; YMCA Christmas tree lot

    The Third Church of Christ, Scientist, located at 2406 Honolulu Ave., Montrose, will hold a Thanksgiving Day service at 10 a.m. The one-hour service will include music, prayer, congregational singing and a Bible lesson during the first half hour. The...
  • Don't want to cook? Go posh

    Thanksgiving is a day to surround oneself with friends and family and overindulge on home-cooked delights like turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. But how do those who balk at standing in crowded grocery store lines and cleaning and cooking a...
  • This Thanksgiving dinner package costs $35,000, but it comes with a parade

    This Thanksgiving dinner package costs $35,000, but it comes with a parade
    Chances are you'll be spending a pretty penny on Thanksgiving dinner this year. That organic turkey, all the necessary fixin's, dessert and wine can add up. But one New York City restaurant has a Thanksgiving dinner package that will set you back $35,000....
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Hampton native Newsome earns ODAC football Coach of Year honors with Emory and Henry

    COLLEGES: Football: In his first year with Emory and Henry, Hampton native Curt Newsome was named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Coach of Year. His team finished 8-2, including 5-2 in the conference, to tie for first after being picked eighth...
  • 6 great places for food lovers in Long Beach

    6 great places for food lovers in Long Beach
    Long Beach is a city that prides itself on its diversity — and that certainly extends to food. Look around and you’ll find a little bit of everything. Down-home Midwestern diners, Texas barbecue, Cambodian noodle shops, taquerias,...
  • Black Friday dining specials

    Black Friday dining specials
    A few million people will be hitting the stores Friday, scooping up deals on holiday gifts. And when it's time for a break, or for an apres-shopping meal, the deals don't stop then. Bar Toma: On Friday, any pizza with a glass of wine will be $20. 110 E....
  • Deconstructing Champagne: Many wines come together in one bottle

     Deconstructing Champagne: Many wines come together in one bottle
    We know Champagne as a singular wine, in at least two meanings of that word. It's exceptional, isn't it? Nothing quite like it, this wine that smiles. But it also presents itself as complete and finished, a wine as a singularity, from the...
  • Zagat's 2015 L.A. survey says Beverly Hills has the best dim sum. What?

    Zagat's 2015 L.A. survey says Beverly Hills has the best dim sum. What?
    What are the best restaurants in Los Angeles? Melisse, Sushi Gen, Providence ... OK so far. And Michael's on Naples? Yes, it's time for Zagat to release its annual survey of dining in Southern California. Based on the opinions of 9,469 diners who...
  • Florida International launches study of bonefish in Florida Keys

    Captain Tim Carlile poled his skiff against the early outgoing tide in a wide shallow cove on the ocean side of the Lower Florida Keys, scanning the flats for "nervous" water, tails, or wakes. "I've seen a lot of bonefish on this flat," the 65-year-old...
  • Nation of Georgia a religious experience in many ways

     Nation of Georgia a religious experience in many ways
    Rugged, moss-caked stone towers built a millennium ago rise against a backdrop of mist-shrouded forests. A snow-capped peak, Mount Shkara, looms over all, the towers and the forest and this rough-hewn little town of ancient stone buildings, so far off the...
  • Australia's Barossa Valley wine, food scene grows and old charms remain

    Australia's Barossa Valley wine, food scene grows and old charms remain
    A sweet whiff of ripe grapes mingles with the aroma of eucalyptus trees, delivered on a hot breeze rippling across acres of vineyards. Needle-spired Lutheran churches puncture an impossibly blue heaven above old-time villages of stone cottages. The...