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  • A food lover's guide to World Cup viewing in L.A.

    A food lover's guide to World Cup viewing in L.A.
    Southern California can be thought of as a crazy quilt of humanity stitched together with the spices and flavors of many nations. And at no time is that more apparent than during the FIFA World Cup, which takes place every four years and riles up every...
  • Foods at the heart of Easter celebrations in Scandinavia

    Foods at the heart of Easter celebrations  in Scandinavia
    Easter in Scandinavia, like many holiday celebrations in this part of the world, is a colorful patchwork of customs, including bits and pieces of a lot of things: Passover, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Easter bunny, cute witches, huge...
  • Wine of the Week: 2009 Domaine Les Grands Bois Côtes du Rhône 'Cuvée Les Trois Soeurs'

    Wine of the Week: 2009 Domaine Les Grands Bois Côtes du Rhône 'Cuvée Les Trois Soeurs'
      Like their brethren here, sommeliers in France are making their own wines. One is Marc Besnardeau, a Paris sommelier, who married Mireille Farjon and became a vigneron. Her family estate, Domaine Les Grands Bois in Sainte-Cécile-les-Vignes, has vines...
  • Away from the crowd at the Hall at Palihouse Holloway

    IF you haven't driven past the section of West Hollywood's Holloway Drive where it joins Santa Monica Boulevard lately, you're in for a surprise. Seemingly overnight, an impressive building housing an extended-stay hotel with a condo wing has sprouted up....
  • Restaurant review: Feng Mao in Koreatown

    Restaurant review: Feng Mao in Koreatown
    Tiny flecks of fire jump from Feng Mao's tabletop grills. They're unpredictable at first, but as the embers slowly brighten to white-hot, the flames calm down. Once the entire dining room gets cooking, the Koreatown restaurant fills with a familiar scent:...
  • 2004 San Vicente Rioja

    It's definitely a splurge, but what perfect wine the 2004 San Vicente Rioja is. From a great producer in a great year, it has beautiful color and depth, a generosity and warmth that make each sip last and last. This is a wine to spend an evening over,...
  • Three Forks Chop House: It's prime territory

    WATCH as prime, aged meats -- steaks from the Midwest, Wagyu beef from Australia, true Kobe from Japan, Colorado lamb chops -- sizzle over an olivewood and charcoal fire. A waiter trots by with someone's "tomahawk," a 23-ounce dry-aged Nebraska rib-eye...
  • Rustlin' up steaks at the Range

    The tip came from a "Rhone Ranger," one of the original pioneers of Rhone-style winemaking in California. A gruff fellow, not one to wax poetic, he called to carry on about a little place he'd just discovered, a cowboy steakhouse with a nostalgic vibe and...
  • Ed Shaughnessy dies at 84; renowned jazz drummer

    Ed Shaughnessy dies at 84; renowned jazz drummer
    Ed Shaughnessy, whose mutton-chop whiskers and swinging rhythms made him one of the most famous drummers in jazz during his nearly three decades with Doc Severinsen's "Tonight Show" band, has died. He was 84. Shaughnessy had a heart attack Friday at his...
  • Traxx: It's got a cosmopolitan outlook

    ON a summer night, regulars at Traxx in Union Station know to ask for a table in the beautiful garden patio out back where tables are set under towering old jacarandas. With lanterns hanging from the trees in the broad grassy courtyard, and the landmark...
  • Critics' choice

    Critics' choice
    If you're hungry for a little of Beijing and beyond — northern Chinese dumplings, buns and hand-pulled noodles or maybe even cumin-scented lamb kebabs in the style of Xinjiang's food stalls — look no further. Here's where to get your fix of...