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  • A honey of a dessert idea

    A honey of a dessert idea
    DAYS spent lolling around the blooming fields of lavender and wild sage and hanging out in the fragrant orange orchards. A pause on the way home to lick sweet nectar from honeysuckle blossoms. A session in the home office, transforming the day's take into...
  • Season of hope

    Season of hope
    Every spring, just as the swallows return to Capistrano, so do the bees buzz back to Bakersfield. But don't expect to look up in the sky and see a swarm of them making their way west. These bees travel by truck. And though the place they're visiting is...
  • Boca bees on the move

    Amy Boortz was enjoying a cup of coffee when she heard the buzzing. She was stung three times before she remembered a trick she learned from the popular children's book characters The Berenstain Bears: She jumped in the pool to get the bees out of her...
  • S & J Holiday Recipes

    Johnnie's 3 favorite, easy recipes:   Praline Sweet Potatoes (makes 10 servings) Forget about calories...this is a vegetable...REALLY!!! 40 oz. can of drained cut yam 1/2 cup chopped pecans 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1/4 cup flour 1/4 cup melted...
  • Swarming Bees Hold NYC Workers Hostage

    Swarming Bees Hold NYC Workers Hostage
    A swarm of bees clustered around a Manhattan game store and trapped employees inside for hours as thousands of the insects gathered on the sidewalk and outside the building. Worried-looking employees could be seen on the phone looking out the window as...
  • The fishing's fine along California's Kern River

    When spring flowers bloom, I come down with a serious case of trout fever. The symptoms are instantly recognizable: a twitchy casting arm and an insatiable craving for sparkling waters and biting fish. I typically look to the Eastern Sierra for the cure,...
  • The great 8

    By now, you've likely visited your garden center and plunked down some cash for plants. Your spade and gloves are at the ready, your little plot just begging to be planted. What could make this moment in a gardener's spring more perfect -- a little inside...
  • Pediatrician's tips help kids stay safe, happy this summer

    "Summer seems to be the perfect time to plan all those activities and family outings that have been 'on the to do list,' " according to Newport News pediatrician Joe Baust. "For example, my wife tries to have more consistent art time with our boys and,...
  • The common honey bee as landscape

     
    In Rose-Lynn Fisher's new book "Bee," the artist offers a close look at the common honey bee. A very, very close look. Using a friend's electron microscope, Fisher explores the bee in a variety of magnifications. At 10x or 30x resolution the images mostly...
  • Lilacs, spring's calling card, are in full bloom at Descanso Gardens

     
    There's nothing shy about spring in Descanso Gardens, that unexpected Eden tucked into the stony foothills of La Cañada Flintridge -- especially not it's lilac garden in the spring....
  • Elephants' newly discovered fear of bees could help prevent run-ins with African farmers

     
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Eek, a bee! Lore has it that elephants are afraid of mice, but scientists have now discovered that elephants are truly afraid of bees -- and that the pachyderms even sound an alarm when they encounter......