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  • Varieties of kumquats, hybrids

    Varieties of kumquats, hybrids
    Kumquats * Hong Kong, or Golden Bean kumquat (Fortunella hindsii). The most primitive kumquat type, and the only one found growing wild, in southern China. The smallest citrus fruit, grown primarily as an ornamental. Fruit pea-sized, round; rind bright...
  • Sources for kumquats and hybrids

    On the trail of kumquats Recommended sources for kumquats and kumquat hybrids. For times and locations, see our farmers market list. Beck Grove / La Vigne Organics (Helene and Robert Beck), Fallbrook. Organic and biodynamic Nagami kumquats, kumquat...
  • Where to buy

    Want to find out where products we found at the International Builders Show will be sold? A SIDE OF BARK: Poplar bark siding from Barkclad Natural Products, 217 Bethel Drive, Canton, N.C., 877-648-BARK (877-648-2275), barkclad.com MASHED GLASS: Echo...
  • In April, all the world's a festival

    The world's a stage, and the public revelries that happen all over it are a tribute to mankind's pan-cultural capacity for collective joy. Here's a calendar of international festivals, events and open-to-everyone parties for April that are worth...
  • 'CSI' Star Pleads Guilty to Possessing Cocaine, Ecstasy

    Gary Dourdan is owning up to his actions that landed him in jail in April. The former "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" actor pleaded guilty to counts of cocaine and Ecstasy possession during his arraignment Wednesday (May 28) in Indio, Calif., reports...
  • Builder taps Web to move inventory

    Last November, Allen Harper says he made an offer of $390,000 for a brand-new three-bedroom house in a development sprouting here in the desert east of Palm Springs. Home builder Lennar Corp.'s response: No thanks. Six months later, Lennar jumped at...
  • Care for crab or fresh dates? Food festivals around California in 2008

    THROUGH FEB. 10 HOLTVILLE 61st Carrot Festival The root-vegetable celebration brings out amateur chefs and duffers with cookery contests for kids and adults, plus a golf tournament, a parade and midway. A low-key, family vibe prevails at the Feb. 10...
  • Deported sex offender arrested by Border Patrol in Riverside County

     
    An illegal immigrant who is a convicted sex offender and carjacker has been arrested in Indio after reentering the U.S., federal authorities said Thursday. The 37-year-old man, who was heavily tattooed with emblems of the Border Brothers street and...
  • Riverside County mother convicted in beating death of son

     
    An Indio mother was convicted Thursday of beating her 21-month-old son to death in 2007. Ana Alica Cedillo, 27, was convicted of murder after the bruised and bloody body of her son Oscar was found inside the home on Sept.......
  • KCRW spins a summer of free music

     
    In middle school, my mom used to drop me off at One Colorado in Old Town Pasadena with money for a movie and instructions not to wander more than two blocks in any direction. I’ve since gotten my driver’s license, a Tiffany & Co. has replaced the...
  • Tokyo Police Club challenges Los Angeles indie fans to a hockey match

     
    Tokyo Police Club should know something about hockey -- the rock act's from Ontario, Canada, after all -- but they're betting Los Angeles indie fans know a lot less. Let's show 'em what we've got: The first 50 people to RSVP to tpchockey@gmail.com will...
  • Many still homeless from Easter quake

    Many still homeless from Easter quake
    Although Californians have opened up their wallets for earthquake victims in Haiti, victims of the Mexican earthquake within sight on the U.S. border have been left on their own, with many living in tents and eating at field kitchens, it was reported...