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  • ... still going, throw on some corn and char some peppers to plate with those tacos. [scald=63089:kl_image_original_context] One of the many, many great things about living in Southern California is ...
  • ... eats into the political landscape, like acid on a copper plate . And in that etching, with the surface opened up, we can glimpse a ... deepest operating assumptions. Underscoring this point is one of this summer's biggest to date: the Wallow Fire .   It started ...
  • ... me now (after the requisite expressions of outrage/anger at NPR's decision to cancel Day to Day): "So what are you going to do now?" A ... with are exceedingly nice, with the exception of one high-profile producer, who said after rejecting everything I proposed: "I ...
  • ... however distant they were from it. Fires in one's backyard are another matter. That struck me on my morning walk ... we had marked as potentially fire -safe survived and, at most, 5% burned. This compares very favorably to the 30% of the structures ...
  • ... mayoral candidate--in a cover story for the LA Weekly . At the time , Caruso had been teasing his impending mayoral candidacy off ... city lead to what I called "the underlying assumption... one the developer himself hasn't publicly disputed, that Caruso aspires to ...
  • ... tone, "Why do you LIVE there?"Good question, but not one we are likely to answer when we are actually going through the ... temperatures, happy that I could no longer look directly at the sun, I had a sudden insight into just why the whole BE HERE NOW ...
  • ... I thought hopefully, a string of firecrackers. At 8 ' o 'clock, the darkness and habitual quiet of my street made it easy to believe the sound was benign, one of many mysterious but ultimately innocuous sounds particular to the ...
  • Day to day one (of my new life). Editor's note: Every month, one of your ... the show close live , all together ("Day to Day was a production of NPR News and Slate dot com.") It was intense. I cried after it ... (of my new life) I slept in this morning. I got up at 6:30, a full half-hour after I would have already been at work in my ...
  • ... ranch house, to highly self-conscious modernism, Sunset shows us how Western homes look and function."(from "Sunset Magazine: A ... 1944 explained that tortillas were the national bread of Mexico . By 1975, readers were well acquainted with tortillas and the ...
  • What's been learned during year one ? [scald=36068:kl_image_original_context ... throwing up some decorations, randomly throwing together a menu, hiring some help off the street, and opening the doors. Every decision ... Claudio Blotta knows a thing or two about both. Along with his wife Adria, Blotta owns Silver Lake's Barbrix -- a restaurant and ...

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