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  • Ojai has a love-hate relationship with 'Pastie Lady'

    Cars were whizzing past one of Ojai's busiest corners when Jennifer Moss decided to do a headstand, clad in only a G-string and flower-shaped pasties. Why? "Headstands are good for you!" she said, beaming, as she pulled a yellow smiley-face pillow out...
  • Before farmers markets, there were farm stands

    OUT WHERE Ventura Boulevard is just a country road, near Central Avenue in Camarillo, Phil McGrath farms 40 acres of Ventura County land his family has owned for generations. He sells his organic produce to restaurants and at farmers markets, but here...
  • Where to buy rosé wines in L.A. and Southern California

    Where to buy rosé wines in L.A. and Southern California
    2008 Domaine de l'Hortus Coteaux du Languedoc Rosé is available at Wine Country in Signal Hill, (562) 597-8303, www.thewinecountry.com; Flask Fine Wines in Studio City, (818) 761-5373; and the Wine House in West Los Angeles, (310) 479-3731, www.winehouse....
  • Finger lime: the caviar of citrus

    Finger lime: the caviar of citrus
    This year, for the first time, you don't have to be a scientist or an Australian to taste citrus caviar from legendary finger limes, as the initial, very small harvest from commercial plantings in California has started to show up at local markets and...
  • The Seedless Kishu, a small but mighty mandarin

    The Seedless Kishu, a small but mighty mandarin
    Adorable and irresistible, the Seedless Kishu is one of the most delicious of mandarins, smaller than a golf ball but easy to peel, tender, juicy, fragrant and sweet. Until recently it was very difficult to find, even at farmers markets, but at least a...
  • Alhambra farmers market: pummelos for Chinese New Year

    Alhambra farmers market: pummelos for Chinese New Year
    The scores of customers who join the long line at the Alhambra farmers market on Sunday mornings to buy Jerry Dimitman's Wong pummelos all know the drill: Get there early, and be prepared to wait as each shopper scrutinizes the giant pear-shaped citrus...
  • Fennel showing up at farmers markets

    Fennel showing up at farmers markets
    Fennel, the most fragrant of vegetables, is now at its peak of abundance and quality. Of the half-dozen stands at the Hollywood farmers market that sell it, Finley Organic Farms, which grows the Zefa Fino variety in Santa Ynez, has the sweetest and most...
  • 'Private Practice' Star Kate Walsh's Husband Files for Divorce

    Kate Walsh doesn't only have marital problems on TV. The "Private Practice" star's husband, Alex Young, has filed for divorce, reports "Entertainment Tonight." According to court papers, the couple has been separated since Nov. 22, just before...
  • Airlines offer discount fares for fall

    Air travelers suffering from summer sticker shock might find some relief this fall. With demand for air travel falling faster than Olympic swimming records, some carriers are slashing autumn fares to levels not seen since oil prices began skyrocketing...
  • Students' rights versus limited means

    The public school enrollment of autistic children, whether born into privileged or impoverished circumstances, has gone from a trickle to a flood. Their legal rights are crashing up against strapped school budgets. Under two federal laws -- the...
  • 'Pulp Fiction' Screenwriter Arrested for Fatal Crash

    Roger Avary, the screenwriter who earned an Oscar with Quentin Tarantino for penning "Pulp Fiction," has been busted for a DUI. The writer-director was arrested Sunday, Jan. 13 after a fatal car crash Ojai, northwest of Los Angeles, report news sources....