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  • When in Vegas, cook: A tasting menu at Twist

     
    Chef Pierre Gagnaire alights on Las Vegas this week during Bon Appetit's "Vegas Uncork'd" event, where chefs such as Joel Robuchon, Guy Savoy, Wolfgang Puck and others lead demos, tastings and gala dinners (yes, Alain Ducasse will be cooking at......
  • Religion World’s free books giveaway

     
    The library of books on religion and spirituality beneath the desk of Religion World has reached capacity. Some are best-sellers, some are self-published. As a service to Religion World readers, we are offering these books for free on a first-come basis ...
  • Atheist Sign Disappears From Capitol and Turns Up at Seattle Radio Station

    OLYMPIA- It's been found!  The atheist sign that has caused national controversy has shown up at a Seattle radio station.  KMPS officials hold up sign KMPS Radio personnel tell Q13 FOX News that someone entered their facility Friday morning and handed...
  • UConn's Jerry Yang Is A Renowned Scientist And A Leader In The Global Race To Clone A Human Embryo. But His Remarkable Story Begins Long Ago And A World Away, In Maoist China.

    On a rolling, treeless plain in a poor, rural village some 300 miles south of Beijing, Yang Xiangzhong is born on July 31, 1959 -- the year of the pig in the Chinese zodiac calendar. Children born under that sign, Chinese astrologers say, tend to...
  • The Prodigy Returns To A China Of Glittering Labs, Fat Grants And Science Unfettered By Politics. His Dream Comes Full Circle.

    Xiangzhong ``Jerry'' Yang's driver darts between cars in the chaos of a north Beijing highway and turns south into a landscape crammed with construction cranes, each perched on a yellow, 10-story, metallic foot, like sentries to a new era of prosperity....
  • He won’t quit shooting for his hoops dream

    He won’t quit shooting for his hoops dream
    "Our greatest glory is not in never falling but in rising every time we fall." — Confucius Albert Einstein never spoke until he was 4 years old — and didn't read a word for another three years. One teacher pronounced him "mentally slow,...
  • Let the children learn Chinese

    Let the children learn Chinese
    The Times' April 4 article on Beijing's funding of a Los Angeles-area school district's Chinese language and culture program was disturbing -- not because of the program itself, but because of the knee-jerk xenophobia of its most vocal opponents. As The...
  • The heart of Little Saigon beats strong

    Old men sit under shaded tables, speaking animatedly in Vietnamese. Statues adorn Westminster's Asian Garden Mall, where earthy smells waft from herb shops and young customers peruse designer goods. Here on Bolsa Avenue is the center of the exiled...
  • Ancient Secrets to Success

    Legions of followers swear by his advice. His disciples include CEOs, celebrity agents, sports coaches and TV mob boss Tony Soprano. Hollywood has turned his how-to book into a movie, and fans on the Internet parse his every word. Deepak Chopra? L. Ron...
  • Gore Vidal's Novel Is Restored, but the Grudge Continues

    The things that pass between serious writers and their editors usually are intensely private. Like any process involving genuine intimacy, literary editing presumes both parties' discretion. Its absence is what makes this week's unusual publishing event-...