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  • Croque: Unapologetic goodness on a plate

    Croque: Unapologetic goodness on a plate
    A French comfort food classic with rich béchamel sauce and ham between two slices of pullman bread, then topped with cheese, melted to gooey perfection. Top the sandwich with a fried egg -- this is what distinguishes the "madame" from the "monsieur."...
  • Oil runs deep in L.A. history

    Oil runs deep in L.A. history
    As those doomed fiberglass mammoths in the bubbling ooze at La Brea Tar Pits attest, oil in Los Angeles is an old story. But how much of that story do you know? -------------------- FOR THE RECORD Oil in Los Angeles: An earlier version of this...
  • Home gym just the ticket for some high-end buyers

    There's no monthly membership for a home gym, no lines for exercise machines or commute times to the local fitness center. For some homeowners it's making a lot of sense to stay in to work out. People who want a private workout whenever they choose are...
  • Dining Out?

    Dining Out?
    Americans are Eating Out More According to the National Restaurant Association, 49 percent of every U.S. food dollar is now spent in restaurants, up from 25 percent in 1955. What that means is less and less control over what goes into our food —...
  • Store beer in a wine-like cave? Southern California gives it a try

    Store beer in a wine-like cave? Southern California gives it a try
    To grab a beer, Israel Arrieta doesn't just stroll to the fridge; he has to walk out his back door to the side of the house, where he pries a chicken-wire screen off a basement window and scrambles, crab position, down a wooden ladder. Several minutes...
  • Shopping: MNG by Mango teams with JCPenney

    Shopping: MNG by Mango teams with JCPenney
    JCPenney is hopping on the European fast-fashion autostrada by teaming up with Mango to put MNG by Mango shops in select Penney stores and online starting Wednesday. Based in Barcelona, Spain, Mango has more than 1,300 stores in 94 countries but only...
  • The hungry gourmet heads to market

    The hungry gourmet heads to market
    In the tree-shaded space where the Leimert Park farmers market is gradually coming to Saturday-morning life, shoppers sleepily sip coffee from nearby Fifth Street Dick's coffeehouse — but they wake right up as they approach the Gourmet Tamale...
  • Helpful sites and stores for a home redo

    Helpful sites and stores for a home redo
    The Home staff has culled recommendations from the architects, interior designers and do-it-yourselfers featured in this section to compile this list of resources for anyone planning to remodel, redecorate or otherwise turn his or her home into a work...
  • Datebook

    MAY 2 Garden show: The Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden's annual L.A. Garden Show will focus on edible gardening. 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. May 2 and 3. 301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia. (626) 821-3243; www.arboretum.org. Bauer sale: Bauer...
  • Stone age meets the space age

    Artist Kenny Scharf's hilltop garden in Culver City is no Monet masterpiece. It is more like a Georgia O'Keeffe -- rocks and concrete pavers set among colorful succulents and exotic cactuses that look like stones and desiccated brains. At one end of...
  • Wally Marks dies at 78; his family real estate firm left its imprint on L.A.

    Wally Marks dies at 78; his family real estate firm left its imprint on L.A.
    Wally Marks, whose family real estate firm helped develop Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade and preserve the Helms Bakery building, has died. He was 78. Marks, who was also a philanthropist and human rights activist, died Monday of cancer at his West...
  • Sylvia Levin dies at 91; she registered more than 47,000 to vote

    Sylvia Levin, who set a record for civic-mindedness by personally registering more than 47,000 Californians to vote, died Thursday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles of complications from a stroke. She was 91. The Santa Monica resident was a...