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  • Towson Scout celebrates birthday on Mount Fuji

    Towson Scout celebrates birthday on Mount Fuji
    Drew Perkoski didn't celebrate his 14th birthday with the usual cake and candles. Instead, he was atop Mount Fuji, tired from his hike, hungry and wondering "How can I breathe better?" he said. "Mount Fuji is, if anything, humbling," he said,...
  • 'A Letter to Momo' delivers quirky comedy, realistic despair

    'A Letter to Momo' delivers quirky comedy, realistic despair
    "A Letter to Momo" does things its own way. A striking example of Japanese hand-drawn animation, it casually combines things you wouldn't expect in one place. Physical beauty and fearless adventure, silly comedy and sensitive emotions, filmmaker...
  • Shopping: Kimora Lee Simmons launches skin-care line at Ron Robinson [Updated]

     
    Kimora Lee Simmons launches skincare line at Ron Robinson and more southern California shopping news....
  • Haiku for an ailing father

    Haiku for an ailing father
    Sick on a journey-- in my dream staggering over withered fields. This is the last haiku ever written by the 17th century Japanese poet Basho Matsuo. He dictated it from his deathbed in a rented room over a florist's shop in the city of Osaka, in the...
  • My Jewish Catholic Shinto Greek Wedding

    My Jewish Catholic Shinto Greek Wedding
    The Day Before I am so stressed helping my dear friends finalize the plans for their incredibly complicated wedding that I have begun to mumble to myself. Even more frightening, I am answering! What were they thinking? What was I thinking in agreeing?...
  • Long Beach master John Nyquist carves a reputation for midcentury classics

    Long Beach master John Nyquist carves a reputation for midcentury classics
    SHIRLEY NYQUIST, the vivacious record-keeper of her husband's furniture-making business, pulls out a typewritten list from 1960 showing a walnut armchair with sculpted back and upholstered seat priced at $125. And today? That same chair would be $4,500....
  • Reporter's Notebook: Finding peace in busy Japan

    Reporter's Notebook: Finding peace in busy Japan
    When I'd think of Japan, I'd picture cherry blossoms, Buddhist pagodas, geisha and what was probably the most delectable sushi on the planet. Likely because these were the images inscribed in my mind from history books and travel guides. Fascinated...