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  • Scout Regalia goes for a well-traveled look, and shares it too

    Scout Regalia goes for a well-traveled look, and shares it too
    Makoto Mizutani and Benjamin Luddy are both devoted to the outdoors. "When we're not working, we try to spend as much time outside as possible," Mizutani said. "We love to go camping, backpacking, hiking, mountain biking, snowboarding and road...
  • They did things big — including the breakup

    They did things big — including the breakup
      Ignition Her name was Sharon. Wild, untamable and tempestuous, she really taught me things about loving and living. She was platinum-blond and shiny. Blunt. Happy and high-energy. A Mexican Irish girl, full of fire, with a singsong siren laugh...
  • Linda Hunt's Hollywood bungalow a welcoming blend of whimsy, elegance

    Linda Hunt's Hollywood bungalow a welcoming blend of whimsy, elegance
    In a historic Hollywood neighborhood filled with modest side-by-side period revival homes, the 1919 bungalow of Linda Hunt and Karen Klein stands out for its refreshing mix of old and new. From the street, the one-story home looks like a traditional...
  • How about preserving that bounty of tomatoes? Can do.

    Chef Ernie Miller doesn't hesitate when asked what to do with the end-of-season bounty that's too good to toss and too plentiful to use, such as tomatoes, squash and herbs. "For the tomatoes, I recommend canning," says Miller, who besides being a chef...
  • Sure, it's autumn — but you can keep planting that garden

    Planning a garden for fall can be a tricky proposition. Even though summer is over, October can be the hottest month of the year. Lauri Kranz, designer of edible gardens, says you can work with the vagaries of autumn by planting for both the heat and...
  • Upcoming Events: House Tour, Food Fest, Haunted Corn Maze

    Upcoming Events: House Tour, Food Fest, Haunted Corn Maze
    Watertown House Tour The ninth annual Watertown House Tour is Saturday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Five stately homes will be featured including: The Trumbull House and First Congregational Church at 40 DeForest St., Fern Hill Farm at 40 Fern Hill Road, The Peck...
  • Her online date isn't the man he used to be

    Her online date isn't the man he used to be
    Dating in Los Angeles is exhausting. At a certain point, this Westside girl realized that it didn't matter how hot the model/actor/writer/bartender was — I was sick of driving to K-town, Sherman Oaks and Silver Lake. I opened an OkCupid account, had...
  • A man and his manopause

    There are moments, at age 57, when I feel stiff and rusty, like something Picasso welded together. For instance, I ate so many marinated mushrooms the other night that I threw out my back. I also cleaned the garage earlier that day, which probably didn'...
  • Renovated 1926 home in Carthay Circle shows its past yet feels modern

    Renovated 1926 home in Carthay Circle shows its past yet feels modern
    Liz Dennery Sanders and husband Peter Sanders had been looking for a corner-lot house in Carthay Circle for more than a year when they saw a For Sale sign go up on their street. "The day I saw that sign I thought 'This is meant to be,'" said Dennery...
  • In the pretty Eastern Sierra, fish don't bite and dinner doesn't come

    We have found Longfellow's forest primeval, the murmuring pines of the Eastern Sierra. The trees breathe out; we breathe in. Soon I will be up to my ankles in snowmelt, casting out to the most elusive of creatures, the rainbow trout, which eat like...
  • After a lot of wrong turns, love veers left

    After a lot of wrong turns, love veers left
    I was always told the right guy for me would end up being a little to the left of what I thought I wanted. But the only men I met were so far left they fell off the spectrum. I think I might be the only person ever who was matched with an embalmer and a...