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  • 'Julie & Julia' recalls blogging's simpler times

    'Julie & Julia' recalls blogging's simpler times
    The new film Julie & Julia is more than a look at two women, separated by half a century, who both find joy in cooking the same French recipes. It made me hunger for the days when blogging was pure. The movie, which has been called the first major...
  • September 10 - Chef Lisa Williams

    September 10 - Chef Lisa Williams
    Allergen-Free Safe & Sound Dinner Saturday, September 12 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. DaLuciano's Restaurant 8343 West Grand Avenue River Grove (773) 665-0430 www.LisaCooksAllergenFree.com Boeuf Bourguignon (Adapted from Julia Child's Mastering the Art of...
  • 12 reasons to go to the movies this year

    Will the world really end in 2012, as the Maya predicted? Or will it end Nov. 13, when Roland Emmerich's movie 201 2 opens? Will The Vatican survive the Da Vinci Code sequel, Angels & Demons (May 15)? Will a rebooted Star Trek (May 8) still show its...
  • Getting fresh with local foods in Santa Barbara

    Getting fresh with local foods in Santa Barbara
    Santa Barbara Winter's chill clings to the docks of the Santa Barbara Harbor this morning, but Laurence Hauben arrives just after 8 with the antidote: a basket of pistachio-cranberry sabl├ęs, homemade shortbread biscuits dipped in dark chocolate, fresh...
  • The universe's past, in close-up

    The universe's past, in close-up
    If there were a Guinness world record for making telescope mirrors, Dean Ketelsen would likely win it. Colleagues boast that the onetime Iowa farm boy has ground and polished more square footage of optics than any human being alive. "It used to be a...
  • (Last) Week in Review

     
    Out last week, and all heck breaks loose. (Note to TV world - please don't let heck break out the week I'm off...) I'll just go through all the important headlines, and apologies to those I overlook... Michael Phelps......
  • 'Julie & Julia'

    'Julie & Julia'
    The cooking expertise of the late Julia Child had a resurgence in popularity thanks to director-screenwriter Nora Ephron's comedy, which merges two stories in recalling the legend of Child (played brilliantly, as usual, by Meryl Streep) and its...
  • Obama's to-do list: First lady has one

     
    by Mark Silva The president and first lady, treading a delicate line between political and home life, go to great lengths to remind people that, after all, they're just people, too. But, with a first lady attempting to play the......
  • Obama to grads: 'Body of work' ahead

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama addressed squarely, and with a measure of humor, tonight the very words that a public university had used this year in refusing to confer an honorary degree upon a president, a graduate of Harvard......
  • Summer movies '09: Cinema served hot

    Summer movies '09: Cinema served hot
    Summer is never about which movies we're "looking forward to." It's which movies we're dying to see, all breathless and fanboy/fangirl goofy. There's a Wolverine prequel, a Da Vinci Code sequel, Bruno to follow Borat, more transforming robots and one...
  • Summer movies: Releases through August 2009

    Please note! All dates subject to change without notice. "Limited" means limited release on that date. 5/01/09 Battle for Terra 3D (Roadside Attractions) This animated war movie is an ecological allegory about humans invading a peace-loving alien planet...
  • Vegetarian Today: Steve Petusevsky's Favorite Foodie Web Sites

    The amount of recipes and food information available on the Internet amazes me. You can purchase any ingredient and connect with other foodies as you shop online. I'm always scouring the Web for new food sites. Here's some finds to visit this summer....