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Jun 01,2007
THE CHEF Nancy Silverton changed the way millions of Americans think about bread. Anyone raised on Wonder Bread found a first taste of her La Brea Bakery artisan bread to be a mind-blowing culinary experience. That commercial breakthrough made Silverton a superstar - and a very rich one at that.   NANCY SILVERTON - Nancy Silverton received the 1990 James Beard Best Pastry Chef of the Year award. She and her husband operate the highly successful ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
Saturday, March 11, 2006: The quiet after the storm: It's raining in San Diego ... finally ... Water trickles down the spout and drops are still splattering from the eaves. It's soothing. I slept well, better than any night the past week. A warm glow, an inner peace fills me. I'm content and happy.   THE TIME THAT'S LEFT - Don Hayen, a retired dermatologist, is coping with Alzheimer's disease: 'I don't think this (disease) has ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
Their mothers worked, and so would they. These two women went to college, studied hard and charged into careers, riding a trajectory of success that surprised no one who knew them. Eventually each married, and had a child.   A MOM'S CHOICE - Carla Slater Kettrick plays with her daughter Danielle, 21 months, at their home in El Cajon, Calif. Kettrick had been an electrical engineer before she decided to become a stay-at-home mom. CNS Photo ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
The musical hit "Wicked" is playing in Hollywood's historic Pantages Theater until March 2008, and visitors can purchase a hotel package and stay at one of a dozen top L.A. hotels. The show has already broken the Pantages Theatre house record for the highest grossing show. The 12 hotels that are participating in this offer are among L.A.'s top places to stay. Ticket prices are in addition to hotel packages below.   GOOD WITCH, BAD WITCH ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
Q: After nearly three years of widowhood and attending our senior center community activities, church and other social outings, I still have not been able to find a new partner. Two of my friends have said I've been trying too hard and if I relaxed maybe the right man would come along. I am healthy and can take care of my own finances. I need your suggestions as to what to do next. A: It ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
We must have sung the Rutgers alma mater 50 times when I went to my 50th reunion in New Brunswick, N.J. We blared out, "My father sent me to old Rutgers and resolved that I should be a man." The words of the song showed just how sexist our all-male college really was back in the 1950s. Nobody would have thought for a minute that Mom played any part at all in deciding where we ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
On July 4, when fireworks light up the sky over New York Harbor and Ellis Island, similar festivities will be taking place in Germany at Hamburg Harbour to celebrate the opening of its own Ellis Island, a new museum known as BallinStadt, or to be precise, Port of Dreams - BallinStadt Emigrant World Hamburg. Actually, it's a mirror image of Ellis Island, telling the story of the 5 million Europeans who sailed from Hamburg to ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
KODIAK ISLAND, Alaska - The brown bear rose up on his hind legs and stared at us. He had been busy fishing for salmon at the mouth of a spawning stream when he saw our boat slowly approaching. We watched him with binoculars and telephoto cameras in awe of his great height, for he was a Kodiak brown bear whose species are the largest carnivores on earth.   ISLAND NAMESAKE - The Kodiak brown bear, some ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
OXFORD, England - If author, Christian apologist and Oxford University don C.S. "Jack" Lewis had lived to see his Narnia tales become not only cherished children's literature, but also an early 21st century silver-screen success story, he probably would have been astonished. "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" garnered $740 million worldwide. Had any of that take come into Lewis' hands, it's likely he would have given most of it ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
THE CHEF Govind Armstrong, executive chef and co-owner of the ultra hot Table 8 restaurants in Los Angeles and Miami, recalls in the introduction to his new cookbook, "Small Bites Big Nights" (Clarkson Potter, $30), his entry into the food world when he was barely a teenager:   GOVIND ARMSTRONG - Chef Govind Armstrong, 34, spent three years at Spago learning from some of the best and now most famous chefs in the country. After that ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
In the end, even getting hit with flecks of partially chewed raw herring spewed by a lumbering, 10-foot-long Pacific walrus had its charm. "It was shocking because I didn't realize it would happen, but it wasn't that bad," said New Jersey resident Rachel LeMeshow, 11, of her messy meeting with Obie the walrus during a recent behind-the-scenes tour of SeaWorld's Wild Arctic exhibit. "I'm a total animal nut, so it was all really cool and ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
Q: Recently my husband and I were caught in one of those aircraft tarmac delays because of bad weather. This was the first time we have ever had to contend with something out of our control. We were able to fly onto toward our western destination after a few hours. We were simply not prepared for such a situation. What can we do for our next trip? A: Whether your trip includes the use of ... [full story]
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May 25,2007
Living alone is no excuse for ignoring healthy and appetizing dining. And it's not necessary to rent a boat to catch a fish in order to eat well, according to kitchen guru Marilyn Biggica. Marilyn, who has taught food and nutrition for San Diego Community College District Continuing Education for 23 years, encourages her older students to continue cooking as long as possible. Don't fall into the fast-food trap, she cautions. Some restaurants offer a ... [full story]
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