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  • Market Watch: Jay Ruskey perks interest with California-grown coffee

    Market Watch: Jay Ruskey perks interest with California-grown coffee
    When customers stop by Jay Ruskey's stand at the Santa Barbara farmers market these days, they may or may not be impressed by the likes of the dragon fruit or finger limes he grows, but virtually everyone stops and gawks at the jars of fresh-roasted...
  • Child Of The Senate, Now One Of The Old Guard, U.S. Sen. Chris Dodd Prepares For Departure

    Child Of The Senate, Now One Of The Old Guard, U.S. Sen. Chris Dodd Prepares For Departure
    Seated before a bank of cameras in the clubby, wood-paneled confines of a Senate hearing room one morning last week, Christopher J. Dodd looked completely at home. The silver-haired senator was poised to take the gavel for the final time as chairman of...
  • Nearly seven decades later, Pearl Harbor attack still a vivid memory

    Nearly seven decades later, Pearl Harbor attack still a vivid memory
    The view looking out from the San Diego-bound Amtrak Surfliner on Saturday was Americana 2010. Morning garage sales, youth soccer games and grocery shopping trips flicked past at 80 mph. But inside a 1940s-era first-class lounge car, it was pure 1941,...
  • 22 cool and unusual hostels

    Hostels can be boring, cheap, safe places to stay for a night. Of course, in Eli Roth's "Hostel" horror flicks, they can lead to torture and malice. This list leaps beyond the bare white walls and hard mattresses, while stopping short of chainsaws and...
  • 'See that plane? That's Japanese!'

    'See that plane? That's Japanese!'
    Burdell S. Hontz graduated from Pen Argyl High School in 1939, joined the Army Air Forces the next year and shipped out to Hawaii. He attended clerical school on Oahu and worked in the message center of a B-17 bomber unit, the 11th Bombardment Group,...
  • 2010 travel bests and worsts

    A flying leap from the tallest building in Soweto. A volcano sunrise. Rootbeer at the Mark Twain Dinette. And a $50 parking space. If you spend 47 days on the road chasing travel stories, you run into this sort of thing. Here's my 2010 list of 31 travel...
  • Metro Teen Helps Pearl Harbor Survivors Share Their Stories

    Metro Teen Helps Pearl Harbor Survivors Share Their Stories
    On this day 69 years ago, the United States was attacked by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, forcing the nation into World War II. Here in Kansas City, elderly witnesses to the attacks are sharing their stories, thanks in part to the efforts of a...
  • Deployed to Hawaii

  • For Marines, the gift of being 'home'

    COSTA MESA — More than 100 Camp Pendleton Marines who would otherwise eat their Christmas dinners in the mess hall will enjoy home-cooked meals, thanks to scores of Costa Mesa residents who have offered them seats at their dinner tables. The idea...
  • Poway High grad killed in Afghanistan

    Poway High grad killed in Afghanistan
    A 21-year-old specialist from San Diego County was one of six Army soldiers killed over the weekend in Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Tuesday. Spc. Kenneth E. Necochea Jr. died Sunday when insurgents attacked his unit with an improvised explosive...
  • Letters: Always best to use a travel agent

    Always best to use a travel agent Regarding On the Spot ["Waves of Doubt," Dec. 5] by Catharine Hamm: The simple answer for the traveler who had booking problems with her Carnival cruise should have been to use a travel agent. As an agent who specializes...