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  • Upscale cafes: Are there only three?

     
    Other Reviewer Richard and I were e-mailing yesterday, and he made the interesting observation that he wasn't sure how many other upscale cafes we had in this area "with at least the veneer of quality food" besides Donna's, City Cafe......
  • Top 10 Upscale Cafes

     
    When I first did a post on upscale cafes, I had only three to put on this list. With your help I've almost come up with 10. In some cases, I've had to stretch the definition a bit; but basically......
  • Mt. Washington, N.H. loses world wind speed record

     
    A panel of the World Meteorological Organization, a part of the United Nations, this week certified a new official surface wind speed record (not related to tornadoes) that eclipses one held for nearly 76 years by the weather station at the......
  • More snow food: country ham and bourbon

     
    Robert of Cross Keys' fine Free Market Friday guest post got postponed a couple of days this week, but hasn't everything? I laughed out loud at his description of his ham. Here's RoCK. EL A day before this little weather......
  • Front loader visits South Dallas Street

     
    Four days after the snow stopped, the 500 block of South Dallas Street in Fells Point got a welcome Sunday visit from a front loader and a big dump truck. Free at Last!BEFORE: AFTER:...
  • 'Artisanal' grilled cheese comes to Mt. Washington Tavern

     
    I'm not really big on obscure commemorative months, but I'll make an exception for grilled cheese.April is National Grilled Cheese month, someone at Mount Washington Tavern tells me.To mark the occasion, the tavern is introducing not just any old grilled....
  • Gluten-free crepes

     
    Crepe Du Jour in Mount Washington has started offering gluten-free crepes.Owner Mustapha Snoussi said he decided to add them to the menu about two months ago, partly because customers sometimes ask for them, but also because his 8-year-old daughter has......
  • Famers' market moves

     
    If you're looking for the farmers' market that used to take place on Wednesdays in the parking lot of Whole Foods in Mount Washington, it has moved. Its new home is across the street, in the parking lot of Mt.......
  • Final L.A. Unified budget deals especially hard blow to non-teaching employees

     
    The Los Angeles Unified School District formally approved a final budget Tuesday that contained modest good news for elementary-school arts programs, but also, as expected, bad tidings for thousands of employees who will lose jobs or suffer pay cuts. The....
  • Ted's vacation dining report

     
    Ted in Parkville sends this report on his New England vacation dining experience. It includes a reference to "grinders," something I'm familiar with as native New Englander.The rest of the world knows them as submarine sandwiches or hoagies. Here's Ted......
  • Luis Sanchez, a top aide to L.A. school board president, will run for open seat on panel

     
    Luis Sanchez, a city commissioner and top aide to school board President Monica Garcia, announced plans Thursday to run for the Los Angeles Board of Education. Sanchez, 35, is vying for the District 5 seat, hoping to succeed Yolie Flores,......