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  • Housing downturn is a jolt to upscale Temecula

    Housing downturn is a jolt to upscale Temecula
    For almost 20 years, they've been painting the town red in Temecula. Atop onion fields and grazing pastures, they've built a parade of 4,000- and 5,000-square-foot houses -- palaces, many of them, with turrets and faux backyard grottoes, with six-car...
  • State ballot measures

    Proposition 91 -- Gasoline tax WHAT IT WOULD DO: Would prohibit the governor and Legislature from tapping gasoline sales tax revenue meant for transportation projects and using it for non-transportation projects WHO SUPPORTS IT: Was put on the ballot by...
  • 11-member panel named to study Metrolink safety

    11-member panel named to study Metrolink safety
    In the wake of the devastating Chatsworth train crash last month, Metrolink's board Friday appointed an 11-member panel of industry experts to take a comprehensive look at the commuter rail's safety and operating procedures. The group, composed of people...
  • Letters to the editor

    Shielding whistle-blowers Re “Ex-employees describe peanut plant as ‘filthy.’ ” Feb. 7 All I keep hearing about is what's wrong with Food and Drug Administration food inspection techniques. But according to workers at Peanut...
  • Where to buy blueberries in California

    Where to buy blueberries in California
    These are recommended sources for blueberries and closely related wild fruits. Unless otherwise specified, they sell fresh southern highbush blueberries. Seasons depend on nature and may change. * Biotta Swiss organic wild bilberry juice, wine-like and...
  • In Claremont: Cucumbers, watermelon, jicama, mushrooms and eggplant

    In Claremont: Cucumbers, watermelon, jicama, mushrooms and eggplant
    Quite a few farmers markets have opened in the San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire over the last decade, but many of them have never really taken off, or feature mostly prepared foods and crafts. The medium-size Claremont market does emphasize produce...
  • The Review: Lazy Ox Canteen in downtown L.A.

    The Review: Lazy Ox Canteen in downtown L.A.
    Something is going on at the new Lazy Ox Canteen. With no sign out front (yet) and a quiet presence at the edge of Little Tokyo, this cozy tavern is, so far, flying under the radar. But locals -- the brave denizens of downtown -- are making it a...
  • 2007 Maculan Brentino

    2007 Maculan Brentino
    Taste Fausto Maculan's beautifully crafted blend of 55% Merlot and 45% Cabernet Sauvignon and you'll be forgiven for guessing it's a $50 wine. Not. Astonishingly, this suave Bordeaux-style blend is less than $20. This 2007 from the Veneto is intense and...
  • 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...
  • Cheese and wine tasting at Foundry on Melrose

    Cheese and wine tasting at Foundry on Melrose
    TODAY Cheese and wine tasting: Andrew Steiner of Andrew's Cheese Shop hosts; the Foundry on Melrose's Julie Christen suggests pairings with wines. 7 p.m., the Foundry on Melrose, 7465 Melrose Ave., L.A., (323) 651-0915, reservations recommended. www....
  • Restoration by Heart treats damaged art on paper tenderly

    Restoration by Heart treats damaged art on paper tenderly
    The words "art restorer" provoke visions of dormer-windowed studios, of flaking oil paintings in Rococo frames, of landscapes emerging from beneath layers of ancient grime. It's startling, then, to enter Gustavo Perez's workshops — a cluster of...
  • Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Rudy Salcido, 31, La Puente; killed by roadside bomb

    Years before he was sent off to fight — and die — in a real war, Rudy Salcido waged makebelieve battles in the wilds of Azusa Canyon. With his kid sister in tow, the adventurous La Puente teenager forded streams, explored caves and even...