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  • Some musings from Oscar's red carpet

    Some musings from Oscar's red carpet
    We're about 10 minutes from the start pf the 85th Academy Awards -- hope you've made the final adjustments on your Oscar betting pool. Here are a few observations from Oscar's red carpet, surely one of Earth's most fascinating (not to mention...
  • Partying with Oscar

    Partying with Oscar
    WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — When Chris Tucker and Jon Voight are grooving side by side to Rick James' "Give It To Me, Baby," you know the surreal dream that is the Vanity Fair post-Oscars party is playing out again. For many of the nominees and...
  • Better Business Bureau expels Los Angeles chapter, largest in nation

    Better Business Bureau expels Los Angeles chapter, largest in nation
    The Better Business Bureau chapter that predominantly served the Los Angeles area is no more.  The BBB of the Southland was expelled Tuesday from the national organization, losing the right to use the BBB name and logo. The move comes after a 2010 ABC...
  • Better Business Bureau L.A. chapter changes name after expulsion

    Better Business Bureau L.A. chapter changes name after expulsion
    The just-expelled Better Business Bureau of the Southland has no plans to end its mission of fighting for southern California consumers. The former Los Angeles affiliate of Council of Better Business Bureaus has renamed itself the Business Consumer...
  • Kelsey Grammer tries lowering his asking prices

    Kelsey Grammer tries lowering his asking prices
    Kelsey Grammer continues his whirlwind of real estate activity, popping properties on and off the market. The latest to rejoin the swirl is an estate in Malibu’s gated Serra Retreat community, listed at $14.995 million. Set on 4.75 acres in...
  • Disney California Adventure: How we got here and what's next

    Disney California Adventure: How we got here and what's next
    After more than a decade in existence and $1.1 billion in renovations, Disney California Adventure still probably needs another billion dollars in improvements before it can be worthy of the Disney name. RELATED: Disney park braces for 'carmageddon' as...
  • The Frugal Traveler: Sin City for a song

    The Frugal Traveler: Sin City for a song
    Known for its glitz, glamour and cha-ching price tag, Las Vegas tempts many a traveler to its world-famous collection of dinner shows, spas, restaurants and shopping venues. Hoping to experience Sin City on the cheap? Try these tips. Food: Happy hour...
  • Evening Land Vineyards' eccentric yet grounded vintner

    Evening Land Vineyards' eccentric yet grounded vintner
    Like most outsiders who get into the wine business, Mark Tarlov, the guiding force behind Evening Land Vineyards, had much to learn about the ins and outs of running a winery. So he surrounded himself with smart people, learned the lessons he needed to...
  • Top Chef recap: The ghost of eliminations past

    Top Chef recap: The ghost of eliminations past
    Three chefs remained after a winnowing season of Top Chef: Mike (the overachiever from season 6 who has been on a roll), Antonia (a season 4 finalist with two wins and a string of near misses this year) and Richard (another season 4 finalist who has...
  • 'Top Chef' exit interview: The second one hurts a little more

    'Top Chef' exit interview: The second one hurts a little more
    Oh. So. Close. Antonia Lofaso thought she had made it through to the finale of Top Chef's all-star season last week when Tiffany Derry was sent home. This, she thought, was going to make up for exiting at the last possible minute in season four. "I...
  • Philadelphia's French arts connection

    Philadelphia's French arts connection
    If you want to spend April in Paris but can't afford it, a short hop to Philadelphia may at least give you that French feeling. After nearly three years of planning, the city kicks off the first Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts this...