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  • Shopping: Stash, 360 Cashmere open; Jet Set Candy visits L.A.

    Shopping: Stash, 360 Cashmere open; Jet Set Candy visits L.A.
    This week's news of shopping, beauty and fashion in Los Angeles and environs includes some openings, some events and a trunk show that may make you want to take a trip. Openings Vintage purveyor Stash has opened a pop-up at Das Shop, 1930 Lincoln...
  • California salmon dodge drought bullet for another year

    California salmon dodge drought bullet for another year
    Apparently the California salmon has dodged the drought bullet for another year: The annual forecast for the fishery predicts that the population this year will be slightly bigger than last.  The initial results of the 2015 National Marine Fisheries...
  • Outdoor Grand Bazaar Shops set to open Thursday on the Las Vegas Strip

    Outdoor Grand Bazaar Shops set to open Thursday on the Las Vegas Strip
    Larry Siegel is betting that his Grand Bazaar Shops, set to open Thursday in Las Vegas, will be winners, despite myriad other shopping venues on the Strip and beyond. The new shopping, retail and entertainment district, at Las Vegas Boulevard and...
  • The blood orange, one of winter's great fruits, with 12 recipes

    The blood orange, one of winter's great fruits, with 12 recipes
    Fruit expert David Karp loves to tell the story about a homeowner who was shocked several years ago to discover that she had a blood orange tree in her backyard. She called the cops because she was sure someone was trying to poison her. It’s...
  • Has the farmers market movement peaked?

    Has the farmers market movement peaked?
    Have farmers markets become too plentiful for their own good? That’s a question farmers and market managers have been asking for several years. And now there’s evidence that suggests it may be so. A new study by the Department of Agriculture...
  • Sweet and sour, the California magic of Meyer lemons with 12 recipes

    Sweet and sour, the California magic of Meyer lemons with 12 recipes
    Washington has salmon, Maryland has blue crabs, Minnesota has wild rice and California has Meyer lemons. With proper respect to those other states, sorry — but we win. Though we may think of the Meyer as having been discovered by the Chez...
  • Uncovering the very hidden beauty of celery root, with 11 recipes

    Uncovering the very hidden beauty of celery root, with 11 recipes
    Slowly we’re starting to learn to appreciate vegetables my mom might have described as having “nice personalities.” You know, the ones that might not look like much, but that are really great once you get to know them. Brussels sprouts...
  • Prom clothing drive planned by South Bay Galleria

    Prom clothing drive planned by South Bay Galleria
    If you're cleaning out your closet and wondering what to do with gently used formal attire, South Bay Galleria and Working Wardrobes' Designing Women South Bay guild have a solution. Donate those gowns, shoes, purses, accessories, tuxes, cumberbunds and...
  • Tracy Anderson Method class to live-stream at Westfield malls

    Tracy Anderson Method class to live-stream at Westfield malls
    Need to rev up for the New Year? Celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson (Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez and Nicole Richie are clients)  is taking her workout regimen to the masses with a special dual-location event at Westfield Topanga and Westfield...
  • There's nothing square about root vegetables, with 12 recipes

    There's nothing square about root vegetables, with 12 recipes
    If I had to predict the next produce item to become a big crossover hit, it would be root vegetables. It’s a no-brainer really: They’re sweet but not in a simple way. They’re earthy, but not off-puttingly so. And they’re...
  • Yotam Ottolenghi's 'Plenty More' sweeps best cookbook of the year poll

    Yotam Ottolenghi's 'Plenty More' sweeps best cookbook of the year poll
    What was the best cookbook of 2014? List after list has been generated on that subject. But Eat Your Books, the website that allows you to catalog the recipes in your cookbook collection, might have the last word. And it says it’s Yotam Ottolenghi&...