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  • reFramed: In conversation with David Chancellor

     
    David Chancellor, born London England, works and lives in South Africa. He has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions, exhibited in major galleries and museums, and published Worldwide. Named Nikon photographer of the year three times, he...
  • Drivers, spectators find ways to deal with Grand Prix delay

    Drivers, spectators find ways to deal with Grand Prix delay
    Race organizer and promoter Jay Davidson said there were two reasons for the delay to the start of Friday's activities for the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix -- last week's weather, and giving Baltimore residents as much access to the roads as possible...
  • Man discovers a knife blade lodged in his head. It happens.

    Man discovers a knife blade lodged in his head. It happens.
    If you have stabbing pains in the head, maybe it's because you were stabbed in the head. That's what Li Fu, a Chinese man in Yunnan province found out when he visited the doctor complaining of splitting headaches: There was a broken-off 4-inch knife...
  • Marijuana and munchies

    Marijuana and munchies
    Our neighbors to the north have concluded that marijuana makes you hungry and gives you the munchies. The study out of the University of Alberta found that small doses of marijuana's active ingredient, THC, boost the appetite of terminal cancer patients....
  • 'Wind farm' gets boost Thursday, despite potential threat to birds flying through Everglades

    'Wind farm' gets boost Thursday, despite potential threat to birds flying through Everglades
    Plans to build a "wind farm" that risks putting towering wind turbines in the migration paths of birds flying through South Florida moved a step closer to approval on Thursday. Palm Beach County commissioners on Thursday approved changing development...
  • PASSINGS: Mitchell Page, Rick Martin

    Mitchell Page Oakland Athletics outfielder, hitting coach with Cardinals Mitchell Page, 59, an Oakland Athletics outfielder who had his best season as a rookie in 1977 then went on to become a hitting coach for the St. Louis Cardinals and the Washington...
  • Recipe: Hamantaschen with poppyseed filling

    Recipe: Hamantaschen with poppyseed filling
      Hamantaschen with poppyseed filling Total time: 6 1/2 hours; much of it is chilling time Servings: This makes about 3 dozen hamantaschen Note: You can buy poppyseeds in bulk at kosher, Eastern European and Middle Eastern markets. Creamy poppyseed...
  • A triumvirate of food, life, memory

    A triumvirate of food, life, memory
    The first time I ate at Prune on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, my brunch arrived in a series of crinkled, metallic old-fashioned squeeze tubes, as though I had fallen asleep in a charming restaurant and awakened in an apothecary. My first visit, in...
  • Flex Edge Beater & Beater Blade

    Flex Edge Beater & Beater Blade
    Christince Vumai’s KitchenAid stand mixer isn’t just another kitchen gadget. “It’s my baby! I was so excited to get it. I would die without it! I wanted it forever, forever, ever and ever!” But as much as she loves it,...
  • Natural Perspectives: Murray, Murray, how much did your garden cost?

    Somewhere I read that a person can grow a year's worth of produce for a family of four for $64 in seeds. I don't believe that for a second. My garden is a hole in the ground into which I pour money. With the new Huntington Beach Community Garden well...
  • June in the garden

    Almanac • Average temperatures: High 91 Low 71 Rainfall 7.35 inches • First day of summer: June 21. The Moon 1. Moon phases • New moon June 1 • First quarter June 8 • Full moon June 15 • Last quarter June 23 2....