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  • L.A.'s marathon mix-up

    L.A.'s marathon mix-up
    For nearly all of the last 24 years, the first Sunday in March was marathon day in Los Angeles. Thousands of runners hit the pavement and more than a million spectators cheered them on in one of the city's few communal street-level events. But today,...
  • Rare snow blankets South as East braces for storm

    A potent March snowstorm blanketed much of Alabama with up to 4 inches of snow today, covering Civil War statues and forcing the cancellation of hundreds of church services. The storm headed toward the Northeast and threatened to drop up to a foot of...
  • Crossing borders with 'Sin Nombre'

    Crossing borders with 'Sin Nombre'
    In the shattered calm of the Mexican night, sitting atop a railroad tanker car, Cary Joji Fukunaga didn't yet know that a man was being murdered. But he'd heard the screams, gunshots and shouts in Spanish of "Bandits!" and he was bracing to make a run for...
  • Migraine headaches linked to the weather

    Migraine headaches linked to the weather
    A variety of headache triggers are relatively well-known: red wine, chocolate, soft cheese and the beginning of the menstrual cycle. But although weather, especially changes in air pressure, is frequently cited as a headache trigger, the connection has...
  • The extremist: Nathan Myhrvold and 'Modernist Cuisine'

    The extremist: Nathan Myhrvold and 'Modernist Cuisine'
    Holding the business end of a centrifuge in one hand and a jar of pea solids and their liquid in the other, Nathan Myhrvold explains with a gleam in his eye how to separate pea purée at a force 40,000 times Earth's gravity. "It's a fun thing to do to food...
  • 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...
  • U.S. monuments perfect for families

    U.S. monuments perfect for families
    Here's a list of the nation's historical hot spots — the five most- and least-visited monuments in 2009 — from National Park Service data. With ancient petroglyphs and eerie cave dwellings, war-scarred memorials and islands reachable only by...
  • Can Yawning Benefit Your Brain?

    When she worked in banking, Nana Gigolaeva used to shift her eyes from left to right during her boss' presentations. "It made me focus so I wouldn't yawn," said Gigolaeva, 30, of Walnut Creek, Calif. "If I yawned while he was talking, well, God help us."...
  • Yawn Coming On?

    Yawn Coming On?
    When she worked in banking, Nana Gigolaeva used to shift her eyes from left to right during her boss' presentations. "It made me focus so I wouldn't yawn," said Gigolaeva, 30, of Walnut Creek, Calif. "If I yawned while he was talking, well, God help us."...
  • Word Play: Polly Shulman's fairy tales meet true life

    Word Play: Polly Shulman's fairy tales meet true life
    It's not hard to explain the appeal of magic. Got to clean your room? Wave a wand! Hungry? Utter a spell and a table appears, loaded with all the foods you like. Of course, there are always complications. What spell turns the pot off, so you won't...
  • Dark Passages: Real estate noir

    Dark Passages: Real estate noir
    Though I write for this West Coast newspaper, I live in New York City. That means, like a lot of dwellers of the five boroughs, I spend a disproportionate amount of time thinking about real estate, whether griping about too-high rents for tiny...