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  • 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...
  • Shakespeare in the sun

    Shakespeare in the sun
    GOOD OL' Will Shakespeare never got to see his plays performed under the gorgeous Southern California sun. If he were to, he might be taken aback by the number of outdoor festivals held in his honor. This summer, nearly 20 companies from Santa Barbara...
  • 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....
  • In praise of stucco

    THE 1980S WERE an age of Romanesque glory on the fast-growing edges of Los Angeles, as the onward march of minimalist Mediterranean tract homes restored a sense of order and purpose to suburbia. It was the time of the red-tile sky, when the rows of...
  • Presents that are outside the box

    They don't take much space under the tree. But look for more fantasies and long-sought "experiences" showing up this Christmas morning. Instead of sweaters, toasters and paperweights, many adults will be receiving surfing lessons, parachute jumps, spa...
  • On the trail of 'Ramona' in California

    Reporting from Ventura, Riverside, and San Diego Counties -- Why, you may ask, are we rushing north on Interstate 5 and veering east on California 126 into the Santa Clara Valley? Why are we pulling off the road by a fruit stand and slipping into the...
  • Letters to the Editor

    HAPPY TRAILS This is to thank Annie Gilbar for her excellent optimistic “Letter from the Editor.” It impressed me so much I shared it with my business partners. Optimism goes a long way in our business. Donald A. Driftmier, Ontario I was so moved by the...
  • Meet Your 'Survivor: Gabon' Castaways

    Who is more prepared for "Survivor" glory, an Olympic champion or a video game champion? That's one of the mysteries that will be answered this season on "Survivor: Gabon -- Earth's Last Eden." CBS announced the cast for the 17th "Survivor"...
  • Getting juiced at wine tastings

    The man did not seem to be a serious student of wine. Disheveled, unshaven and reeking of booze, he demanded a glass, rested his head on the tasting-room counter and loudly moaned. Knocking over a "wet floor" sign and lurching into displays, he stumbled...
  • Meet the 'Beauty and the Geek 5' Contestants

    Can a Playboy bunny and geeky videogame programmer see eye-to-eye? "Beauty and the Geek" returns to ask that question and more. In the reality show's fifth season premiere, Tuesday, March 11 at 8 p.m. ET, "Beauty and the Geek" introduces nine gorgeous...
  • Temecula: Try hot air ballooning for $99

     
    Have you always wanted to ride a hot air balloon, but can't justify the cost? Or perhaps you have a fear of flying that you want to try conquering … gently? Magical Adventure Balloon Rides — a company with several locations that is reviewed...