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  • Around the world in 23 days

    Around the world in 23 days
    Phileas Fogg went around the world in 80 days. I did it in 23. And I bet I visited more amazing sites than he — India's Taj Mahal, Easter Island, Tibet, Cambodia's Angkor Wat, the African plains, to name a few — all without having to endure...
  • Irreverence, wit at heart of author's work

    Irreverence, wit at heart of author's work
    In 1973, Joan Baehler had graduated from Oak Park and River Forest High School and was working as a waitress when she entered "Lima Bean Blues" in the Chicago Tribune Magazine's first and only Fruit and Vegetable Poetry Contest. She won second prize -...
  • Experts defend bashed potato

    Experts defend bashed potato
    Potatoes have taken a mashing lately, being blamed over other foods for people's long-term weight gain and possibly being limited in favor of other vegetables for school lunches. The very crop seen as essential to feed the hungry in developing...
  • Which Walmart foods are Great for You?

    Which Walmart foods are Great for You?
    In a series of changes aimed at improving its health profile,  Walmart today launched its "Great For You" label that it will attach to a list of foods that meet certain health criteria. Unsurprisingly, these foods make up only a tiny fraction of the...
  • Henry Segerstrom: Arts centric

    Henry Segerstrom: Arts centric
    That guy Jack, of beanstalk fame? He was small potatoes. If you want real magic from beans, look no further than what has become of the lima bean and dairy empire of Orange County's Segerstrom family. It morphed into the gold of commercial real estate,...
  • Market Watch: Indian Blood Freestone peaches are diamonds in the fuzz

    Market Watch: Indian Blood Freestone peaches are diamonds in the fuzz
    The most distinctive and enigmatic stone fruit in markets currently is the Indian Blood Freestone peach. The first thing you'll note is its intense rose-like aroma, which can fill a room with peachy perfume. The fruits look like nothing else, with thick...
  • Greg Smith raising money for 2013 city attorney’s race

     
    A West L.A. lawyer with a track record of winning financial judgments for Los Angeles police officers and firefighters said he is running for city attorney in 2013....
  • Henry Segerstrom's mall hosts exhibit on his public art patronage

     
    The South Coast Plaza shopping center will open an exhibition on the story behind 13 public artworks that can be seen nearby. All but one was bought or commissioned by Henry T. Segerstrom, the arts patron who heads the family real estate firm that owns...
  • Sundance Film Festival unveils its 2012 competition lineup

     
    Sundance Film Festival announces its lineup for 2012 competition films. The Sundance Film Festival roster for the U.S. dramatic and U.S. documentary competition -- 16 movies in each category -- features some familiar names both in front of and behind...
  • Natalee Holloway case: Van der Sloot still faces charges in U.S.

     
    Van der Sloot: Joran Van der Sloot still faces charges in a U.S. courtroom in Alabama relating to Natalee Holloway's disappearance. Van der Sloot is accused of trying to extort Holloway's mother for $250,000, in exchange for information about what...
  • 'Glee' recap: Moonwalking with Michael Jackson

     
    A recap of the Michael Jackson episode of "Glee."...
  • America’s Next Top Model Cycle 18: The British Are Coming

     
    ¬†Look out! The British are coming! A “fierce” new international edition of America’s Next Top Model returns to The CW on Wednesday, Feb. 29. Cycle 18 of the long-running series features, for the first time ever, former contestants from...