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Now that Thanksgiving is out of the way, maybe we can talk about something that is really important: oatmeal. Let’s be specific. What most Americans think of as “oatmeal” is really rolled oats. You know, the stuff that comes in the big...
Tags: Cherries, Cranberries, Walnuts
Before having children, I had no idea how much of a control freak I actually was. Yes, I always had the anxiety part, but even that grew tenfold. My hubby and I lived in an apartment in NYC, where he was able to mask his inability to do simple household...
In a recent letter to the editor, Sandy Genis claims to set the facts straight regarding Costa Mesa's Banning Ranch traffic mitigation agreement. Upon reading her diatribe, it was clear that her claims still fell far short of the facts. I was...
When architect Ana Henton first toured what had been the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity house on USC’s Greek Row last spring, she wasn’t prepared for the end-of-semester squalor she saw. Leased to another fraternity, the house was in an extreme...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Architecture
Ten opera singers surprised IKEA shopper Saturday with a flash mob. The singers, from the Florida Grand Opera, performed the Libiamo (the Drinking Song) from Verdis La traviata throughout the different shopping areas in IKEA in Sunrise Saturday.
When Joe Borst bought a run-down 1952 house in Marina del Rey, he and girlfriend Maria Torres hoped to transform the 1,200-square-foot cookie-cutter plan into something that felt larger, more open and modern — a tall order given the limited budget....
REDACCION EL SENTINELRifas, regalos, sorpresas y música tendrán ocupados a los clientes de IKEA, que este sábado 13 de octubre empieza a celebrar su quinto aniversario. Hace cinco años, el 17 de octubre, cientos de personas hicieron largas filas para entrar a la nueva tienda...
Like squirrels scurrying up a tree with scrounged nuts, Nate Berkus observes too many of us nesting for fall with one eye over our shoulder. Have those mounted antlers lost their edge? Will these Mongolian lamb pillows make my couch and me look too lazy?...
The first course Charity Hansen is taking as a freshman at Pasadena City College is a basic class on managing time, speaking up in discussions, setting ambitious goals and then going after them. If only she could. It's the only class she managed to...
Burger review: Meatheads 3304 N. Western Ave. 773-525-5300 Rating: 2.5 (out of 4) The Great Burgerelli welcomes correspondence, and as a result, the letters I receive from fellow burger lovers are plentiful indeed. One dear burger fan implored me to...
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