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  • Camp - working

      BROWARD COUNTY (Multiple Locations) BROWARD COLLEGE KIDS AND TEENS SUMMER COLLEGE Multiple locations in Broward County broward.edu/academics/ce/Pages/Kids-and-Teens.aspx 954-201-7800 CHESTERBROOK ACADEMY Multiple locations in Broward County...
  • Subway restaurants to remove foamed plastics ingredient from bread

    Subway restaurants to remove foamed plastics ingredient from bread
    The Subway sandwich restaurant chain said Thursday that it would remove an ingredient used in the production of foamed plastics such as yoga mats and rubber-soled shoes from its bread. "The complete conversion to have this product out the bread will...
  • At the Gallery of Amazing Things, Rimpley's believe it or not

    At the Gallery of Amazing Things, Rimpley's believe it or not
    Inside the Dania Beach warehouse called Gallery of Amazing Things, the art on display does much to reflect the name of its home: 10-foot-tall chandeliers studded with porcelain butterflies, limestone fossils, World War II-era naval binoculars and even the...
  • 'California's Designing Women' book signing Saturday at Heath Ceramics

    'California's Designing Women' book signing Saturday at Heath Ceramics
    "Why just women?" Pat Kirkham asks in the foreword to the new book "California's Designing Women 1896-1986." "The point is that we should not have to separate women designers out for special attention in the first place, were there not such a long...
  • Aston Martin recalls nearly all cars built since 2008 over pedal issue

    Aston Martin recalls nearly all cars built since 2008 over pedal issue
    They are among the world’s fastest and most expensive cars on the road, but that doesn’t mean Aston Martin is immune to a little counterfeit plastic. The British automaker announced it is recalling nearly all of its cars from the 2008 through...
  • L.A. Art Show amps its international representation

    L.A. Art Show amps its international representation
    A yellow forklift zigzags across a loading dock at Los Angeles' downtown convention center while workmen unload wooden crates from a dozen container trucks packed to the hilt with art treasures. One truck carries oil paintings and prints from galleries in...
  • Letters: The past and future of plastic

    Re "L.A.'s got a brand new bag ban," Jan. 1, and "Bring your own (reusable) bag," Editorial, Dec. 31 It's about time Los Angeles eliminated the use of disposable plastic bags, but I hope this is only one part of a larger effort to cut back on plastics....
  • Community Center sets records at ceramics sale

    Community Center sets records at ceramics sale
    [Note: This post was corrected Dec. 19, 2013.] The Community Center of La Caņada Flintridge broke records at an annual ceramics sale over the weekend. The organization netted more than $41,000 during its three-day sale. The event, held since 1969,...
  • Gift pick No. 44: Warner Walcott's Magnolia Ceramics

    Gift pick No. 44: Warner Walcott's Magnolia Ceramics
    It's crunch time, holiday shoppers -- that moment in the season where we stop messing around and go with what works. In the realm of gifts, that includes Magnolia Ceramics.  The L.A. at Home crew first got to know the man behind Magnolia, Warner...
  • Design in Time: One-of-a-kind clocks premiere at Heath Ceramics

    Design in Time: One-of-a-kind clocks premiere at Heath Ceramics
    Heath Ceramics invited eight artists to create 70 one-of-a-kind clay clocks that are premiering in Heath's Los Angeles and San Francisco studios this weekend. The artists and design firms behind the Design in Time clocks are Roger Herman, Geoff...
  • Art review: Adam Silverman's 'Clay and Space' is vessel for inquiry

    Art review: Adam Silverman's 'Clay and Space' is vessel for inquiry
    Before he became a potter, setting aside a longtime hobby for full-time engagement, Adam Silverman trained and practiced as an architect. Clay vessels and buildings are significantly different, in myriad obvious ways. But Silverman sometimes collapses the...