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  • Book review: 'The Passages of H.M.'

    Book review: 'The Passages of H.M.'
    The Passages of H.M. A Novel of Herman Melville Jay Parini Doubleday: 454 pp., $26.95 "The time for me hasn't come yet: Some men are born posthumously," Nietzsche wrote in "Ecce Homo." It's a statement that might have provided comfort to Herman...
  • Say (rich, creamy) cheese

    Say (rich, creamy) cheese
    Cheeses whose creamy centers give like a soft-serve cone on a hot day will always have dates to the cheese prom. The spreadable, sweet demeanor of crèmes leads to instant popularity, and their snowy rinds and plush interiors make them some of the best-...
  • Where to buy: Double- and triple-crème cheeses

    Where to buy: Double- and triple-crème cheeses
    Scholten Family Farm Weybridge: Cheese Store of Silverlake (323) 644-7511, (special order); Andrew's Cheese in Santa Monica (310) 393-3308, (special order); Cheese Shop of Beverly Hills (310) 278-2855, http://www.cheesestorebh.com; Wally's Wine and...
  • The artisan: Bread baker Mark Stambler

    The artisan: Bread baker Mark Stambler
    As Mark Stambler struggles to open a flour-dusted folding table in his Los Feliz home kitchen, it's pretty clear those charming but space-hungry mint green country cupboards were not the brainchild of this efficiency-driven bread baker. "My wife did all...
  • The Review: Public Kitchen & Bar in Hollywood Roosevelt

    The Review: Public Kitchen & Bar in Hollywood Roosevelt
    Is there a more stunning hotel lobby than the one at the iconic Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel? With its heavy painted beams, chic leather daybeds and grand proportions, it exudes old Hollywood glamour. A stately hush hovers over the vast room, and most of the...
  • Fish Report for Fri., June 3, 2011

     
    Now that the weather has turned absolutely gorgeous, it’s primetime to really spend some quality time fishing. The Lehigh River Stocking Association is holding its first Lunkerfest 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday from the Bowmanstown/East Penn boat launch...
  • Corporate sponsorship of a community garden? At Proyecto Pastoral, it's not a question

     
    Community Gardens Dispatch No. 33: Proyecto Pastoral Just 2 months old, the tiny Proyecto Pastoral garden in Boyle Heights is going through a growth spurt, like a grade-schooler who jumps two shoe sizes in one season. In the salsa bed,......
  • Does Texas vindicate GOP approach to state policy?

     
    States are often called the laboratories of democracy, because they have more flexibility to tailor different policy approaches to their own problems. A fascinating experiment is now taking place in the states, as a recent story from the state news...
  • John Phillips: Post-debate, which GOP candidates are really auditioning for talk shows?

     
    Most of these Republican candidates will lose. Where do they end up paid to talk?...
  • Cyndi Lauper Friday night at the Greek Theatre

     
    It's been more than 25 years since her hit "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," and pop chameleon Cyndi Lauper is still shaking things up. Her previous album "Brink Ya to the Brink" delved into Euro-dance. Her latest, "Memphis Blues," covers classic blues --...
  • It’s official: Alan Grayson is ‘hero’ to Democratic faithful

     
    U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson has not won re-election, but he has earned big love from Democrats. Grayson brought in more votes than any other House member to earn the title of “progressive hero” from members of Democracy for America. That's an...