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  • Admirers of environmentalist seek a monument 14,242 feet high

    Admirers of environmentalist seek a monument 14,242 feet high
    Mountaineers worldwide consider it the zenith of the Sierra, 14,242 feet of vertigo-inducing walls and saw-toothed ridgelines, the loftiest in a cluster of peaks that guard the eastern flank of Kings Canyon National Park. North Palisade, they will tell...
  • Gathering in a spirit of inclusiveness

    Pennsylvania Avenue slopes upward through suburban La Crescenta, runs past neatly ordered ranch-style homes and ends at the lush greenery of the snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains. There, at the foothills, sits the Temple of the Universal Spirit. "It...
  • Runner-up 1

    Bonner picked up his glass and took a swig. He sat back, grabbed a cocktail napkin, patted his lips with it and casually swiped it across his drenched forehead. He let out a sigh, stalling, pretending to be waiting for a counteroffer from Greene,...
  • For a bike and body in sync

    For a bike and body in sync
    SWEAT glistens on 24-year-old triathlete Lauren Robertson's forehead as she pedals a bicycle hooked up to a computer measuring her power output. As Ashton Johnson, co-owner of Sundance Cycles in Agoura Hills, adjusts the seat and handlebar height on...
  • Still her husband's voice

    In the 26 years since former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal gunned down her cop husband on a Philadelphia street, Maureen Faulkner has often felt like a reed in a tornado. As death penalty opponents around the world rallied to win Abu-Jamal a new trial,...
  • Runner-up 3

    It was during the plane ride to LAX that Palmieri had decided to cut his losses and finish this business himself. As soon as he arrived he chose a cheap hotel at the intersection of the 10 and the 110 where a gunshot blended into the environment as...
  • Sleep Disorder Can be a Nightmare

    Sleep Disorder Can be a Nightmare
    During the day, Lawrence Neumann was a mild-mannered man, considerate, kind and loving to his wife of many years, Bonnie. In the middle of the night, as they tried to sleep, he became someone else, screaming obscenities, grunting, kicking, punching...
  • Affordable Skin-Care Products

    Affordable Skin-Care Products
    There's no denying the allure of a beautiful complexion - or of an illuminated department store beauty counter, filled with elegant frosted jars and sleek glass bottles that promise a dewy glow and taut skin. But there's also no denying the appeal of...
  • Anatomy of a Facelift

    Anatomy of a Facelift
    Face and neck lifts can erase years off your appearance by reducing wrinkles and tightening skin around the eyes, cheeks, jowls and neck. Types of Lifts - Lower facelifts tighten the facial muscles around the jowls, jaw line and neck, raise the...
  • The Truth About Cosmetic Procedures

    When someone whispers that they recently had "some work done," right away the questions start: What was it really like? Did it hurt? Where did you get it done? How much did it cost? But even today, in our youth-obsessed world, people are reluctant to talk...
  • Stewart Brand: Earth man

    Stewart Brand: Earth man
    I almost started this conversation by asking Stewart Brand, "So . . . what's on your mind?" But who's got that kind of time? Brand has been an ahead-of-the-curve thinker for half a century, putting rigor into the counterculture and possessing a curiosity...
  • In praise of doggy day care

    People say that having a dog is great training for having a kid. What they don't tell you is that eventually your dog can actually raise your kid for you, freeing up your time for more important things, like napping, and Foosball! You scoff now, but...