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  • Geoff Miller dies at 74; a founder of Los Angeles magazine

    Geoff Miller dies at 74; a founder of Los Angeles magazine
    At UCLA in the late 1950s, the concept for a magazine celebrating an "unruly young city" started to take off after grad student Geoff Miller happened upon David Brown, an ad executive with an "ambitious scheme," Miller later wrote. Miller put aside plans...
  • Vivian Myerson dies at 100; peace activist won early victory against LAPD spying

    Vivian Myerson dies at 100; peace activist won early victory against LAPD spying
    Vivian Myerson, a longtime peace activist and Los Angeles human relations commissioner who won an early legal victory against a controversial Los Angeles Police Department unit that spied on leftists, died Friday at her Hollywood home. She was 100. The...
  • Madame Nhu dies at 86; flashy, sharp-tongued former South Vietnam dignitary

    Madame Nhu dies at 86; flashy, sharp-tongued former South Vietnam dignitary
    In 40 A.D., the fabled Trung sisters rode elephants into battle to free Vietnam from its Chinese invaders. Nearly 2,000 years later, Ngo Dinh Nhu fancied herself a modern-day Trung, defending her country against communist rebels and American imperialists....
  • Roger Nichols dies at 66; engineer gave Steely Dan its distinctive sound

    Roger Nichols dies at 66; engineer gave Steely Dan its distinctive sound
    Roger Nichols, the recording engineer who gave the music of Steely Dan the lustrous sheen that became the popular group's sonic signature, died Saturday at his Burbank home after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer, his family said. He was 66....
  • The Rev. John Edward Nix-McReynolds dies at 57; pastor of Second Baptist Church of Santa Ana

    The Rev. John Edward Nix-McReynolds dies at 57; pastor of Second Baptist Church of Santa Ana
    He was a man with a booming voice but one that calmed in times of crisis. Whether it was a teenager's personal drama or a community tragedy, the Rev. John Edward Nix-McReynolds was known for his calm, caring and focused demeanor — one that could...
  • An equipment bonanza for kitchen geeks

    An equipment bonanza for kitchen geeks
    A hand-held smoker that looks like a toy pistol, a blender that heats or cools while it whizzes your soup or smoothie, professional immersion blenders, dehydrators, whipping siphons, induction burners, sous-vide machines and vacuum sealers. As mainstream...
  • John Olguin dies at 89; director of San Pedro's Cabrillo Marine Museum

    John Olguin dies at 89; director of San Pedro's Cabrillo Marine Museum
    John Olguin, whose enthusiasm for the ocean made him a perfect teacher for generations of youngsters who visited the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium in San Pedro, has died. He was 89. Olguin, the longtime director of what was then called the Cabrillo Marine...
  • PASSINGS: Dennis Oppenheim, Ed Mauser

    PASSINGS: Dennis Oppenheim, Ed Mauser
    Dennis Oppenheim Conceptual artist and sculptor Dennis Oppenheim, 72, a pioneering conceptual artist and sculptor who also made his mark on the earthworks and body art movements, died Jan. 21 of liver cancer at a New York hospital. Beginning in the...
  • Dining with strangers — on purpose

    Dining with strangers — on purpose
    By the time the grilled meat landed on the table at Maza, a North Side Lebanese restaurant, the ice among strangers at a dinner party had melted into slushy lumps. The eight people around the table were still on their best behavior, but the conversation...
  • And don't be a fraidy-cat

    And don't be a fraidy-cat
    We spoke with several veterans of dinner parties for strangers to get their etiquette tips. Here's what they had to say: Don't be fashionably late. Saya Hillman, owner of Mac 'n Cheese Productions, said it can be even more intimidating to walk into a...
  • A sure cure makes for delicious fish

    A sure cure makes for delicious fish
    There is an old road in Japan that runs from Wakasa Bay to the city of Kyoto known as the Saba Kaido, or Mackerel Road. For centuries, the road was used to carry fresh mackerel roughly 50 miles south from the sea to the former imperial capital during...