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  • Times Food editor Russ Parsons finds a new line of tagines

     
    Farid Zadi is nuts about tagines. How nuts? The Los Angeles chef and cooking teacher personally declared April to be "National Tagine Month." OK, so you didn't notice that. But here's something that should get your attention: Zadi now has......
  • Go shopping. Eat lasagna. Any questions?

     
    Anyone can do a ribbon cutting, right? To celebrate the opening of the new Santa Monica Place dining deck Friday morning, Art Coppola, chief executive of the Macerich Co., is going to cut what is being promoted as the "world's......
  • It's a perpetual beach scene at Bear Flag Fish Co. in Newport Beach

     
    Here's a sneak peek at what's coming in this week's Food section -- it's our find of the week: Bear Flag Fish Co. is the seafood wonderland we all long for on idle summer days, a fish market-cum-restaurant where brilliant......
  • Huntington Beach man who stalked police detective sentenced to 5 years in prison

     
    A 28-year-old man convicted of stalking and attempting to make criminal threats against a Huntington Beach police detective was sentenced Friday to five years and four months in prison, prosecutors said. Brian Dopler, of Huntington Beach, was found guilty...
  • Dinner for one

     
    I’ve never felt uncomfortable eating alone. In fact, as long as it only happens every once in a while, I look at it as kind of a treat. Or, at least, an opportunity to treat myself. So when my wife......
  • T-Mobile says its 4G network in L.A. is twice as fast as before, theoretically

     
    T-Mobile announced on Tuesday that it has doubled the "theoretical peak download speed" of its 4G network to 42 megabits-per-second in the Los Angeles area, as well as a number of other major cities. Along with that, T-Mobile is launching its first...
  • Museums offer free admission for active-duty military families this summer

     
    Active duty military families get free admission at select museums this summer...
  • Developer to buy Crystal Cathedral campus for apartment construction

     
    A Newport Beach development company will buy Crystal Cathedral Ministries' landmark campus for $46 million and build apartments on the site, filings in federal bankruptcy court disclosed Friday. Greenlaw Partners will lease back the cathedral and...
  • Newport Beach once again moves site of proposed Ronald Reagan statue

     
    The winding road in the Newport Beach saga of where to install a privately funded statue of the late Ronald Reagan has taken another turn. Newport Beach City Manager Dave Kiff said Thursday that the future statue of the 40th......
  • California's kindergartner vaccination rates below federal goals

     
    Vaccination rates among California's kindergartners are below U.S. goals for 2020, according to a new federal report released Thursday. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that 95% of kindergartners should be vaccinated for nine...
  • Shopping: New digs for a vintage and contemporary fashion boutique

     
    What Goes Around Comes Around (WGACA), the New York vintage and contemporary fashion boutique that set up shop in Hollywood two years ago, has moved into bigger, more fanciful digs on La Brea Avenue. The cavernous 3,300-square-foot space -- which......
  • Dispatch from Jerusalem: Chamber music in historic sites

     
    The Israeli Opera's Festival at Jerusalem includes 10 chamber and vocal concerts at the city's churches and historic sites. Next up "Aida" at Masada....