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Los Angeles Times staff writerAfter nearly a generation on the endangered accessories list, the old-school tie bar — the narrow piece of decorative metal (also known as a tie clip) that slides horizontally across a necktie and holds it flat against a gentleman's dress shirt ...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesWhen actresses begin parading on the Emmy red carpet Sunday, they will be glamorously gowned and coiffed — and it will be no accident that their skin glows and makeup looks perfect for the cameras. It can take a village of experts and weeks of...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesFuller, plumper lips can be achieved by numerous methods, with varying degrees of permanence, without resorting to implants or fillers. Lip-enhancing colors and glosses line the shelves of beauty stores. They're popular because, for well under $20,...
Reuters ReporterWhite House Chief of Staff William Daley said on Sunday the Obama administration was considering tapping into the U.S. strategic oil reserve as a way to help ease soaring oil prices. Speaking on NBC television's "Meet the Press," Daley said: "We are...
Web ReporterThe U.S. government reiterated that it could tap its strategic oil reserves in order to safeguard economic growth as surging gasoline prices increase pressure for action. While longstanding U.S. policy is to release reserves only in the event of a...
Greetings! I remember watching newscasts in Boston as a youngster and saying to myself, 'Now THAT is something I want to do." From very early on I knew I wanted to be in the news biz. In my high school year book you will find "News Broadcaster" under...
GLEN ROSE, Texas - Bucking broncos, 8-second rides, racing horses around barrels: these are just some of the things found at a rodeo, but during the 2010 Professional Armed Forces Rodeo Association World Finals, there was another element involved. The...
KIAHWe first told you about former death row inmate Anthony Graves last year. He spent 18 years in prison for murders he did not commit. His name was cleared last October. Graves was wrongfully convicted of murdering a family, including four children and...
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FOX CTDon't underestimate the power of the dark side, especially when you?re talking chocolate. At Taza Chocolate in Somerville, Mass., near Boston, the bar has been set high, and the daily grind there involves a weighted Oaxacan stone that helps create the...
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For Tribune NewspapersIt's Murphy's Law. Just when you want to look your holiday best -- when you're traveling to visit relatives, old friends and maybe even future in-laws -- is when your beauty routine is most out of sorts. Not to worry: With some planning, you can still...
GreenspaceEver since belching smokestacks arose during the Industrial Revolution, greenhouse gases and human population have climbed in lockstep to higher and higher levels. And while scientists warn that humanity must dramatically slash future carbon-dioxide...
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