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  • Review: 2005 Opine Cellars 'The Offering' Central Coast Red

    Curt Schalchlin made only 450 cases of "The Offering," his lush, Rhône-style blend of 70% Syrah with 30% Grenache, all sourced from named Central Coast vineyards. He apprenticed at Barrel 27 Wine Co. in Santa Maria, and as wine prices continue to soar, he...
  • Home and garden events in Southern California

    FEB. 14 Design class: Landscape designer Laramee Haynes will discuss how to create beautiful spaces using native plants, well-placed shade trees and other more elements. 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants,...
  • Home and garden tours and seminars

    MARCH 28 Cymbidium show: San Gabriel Valley branch of the Cymbidiun Society of America hosts an orchid show with potting demonstrations and an orchid sale. 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 28 and 29. Los Angeles County Arboretum & Botanic Garden, 301 N....
  • Home and garden events in the Southland

    SATURDAY Irrigation class: Consultant Bob Galbreath discusses smart irrigation controllers in a workshop sponsored by the Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers and Native Plants. Beginning in 2010, only weather-based irrigation controllers, or WBIC,...
  • Learn about fire-resistant landscaping

    NOV. 8 Firescaping: Landscape architect and contractor Owen Dell, a co-designer of the Santa Barbara Firescape Garden, leads a class on fire-resistant landscaping. 1 to 3 p.m. Theodore Payne Foundation for Wildflowers & Native Plants, 10459 Tuxford St.,...
  • Meet John Lautner's architectural heirs

    Meet John Lautner's architectural heirs
    Walk into Anthony Pearson and Ramona Trent's Mar Vista home and it's difficult to tell that the dynamic space, rippling into the outdoors from a deceptively low entryway, began its life as a simple postwar California bungalow. By the time its latest...
  • What's hot today? DailyCandy in Los Angeles

    What's hot today? DailyCandy in Los Angeles
    IF YOU'RE one of DailyCandy's 2.5 million subscribers, you already know the online newsletter with its sly signature illustrations and chirpy, conspiratorial tone. Each piece reads like a whisper in the ear from a giddy chum who's always in the know --...
  • Datebook

    APRIL 11 Garden design: Landscape architect Heather Lenkin lectures on "Designing Great Gardens." 3 to 5 p.m. Descanso Gardens, 1418 Descanso Drive, La Cañada Flintridge. $35 to $40. Registration: (818) 949-7980. Wildflower show: Rancho Santa Ana...
  • Slovenian wines to watch

    The Times panel held a blind tasting of wines from two of Slovenia's wine regions: Primorska (near Friuli, Italy) and Podravje (which borders Austria's Steiermark region). The white wines -- most colored a distinctive bright yellow -- included six...
  • Here's how Japan's brews stack up

    I was joined at an informal tasting by Los Angeles Times Magazine acting editor Leslie Brenner and Food assistant editor Betty Hallock. We tasted the following craft beers available at Los Angeles-area stores. (Note: Supplies are limited, and some...
  • Southern California has its jamón ibérico

    Southern California has its jamón ibérico
    INTRICATELY marbled dark mahogany folds of ham, each with a generous edge of satiny cured fat, peel off the antique slicer at the Cheese Store of Beverly Hills. This is jamón ibérico, the legendary dry-cured Spanish ham that until last December was...
  • Tangled Los Angeles permit process has restaurant owners howling

    Tangled Los Angeles permit process has restaurant owners howling
    On 1,100 square feet of land, there aren't many places large enough to bury a 9,000-pound concrete box the size of a minivan. Jason Michaud knew as much when the city of Los Angeles asked him to do just that. Michaud was in the process of opening his...