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By Lauren Oakes | April 9, 2009
A recent Thursday night about 9:30, already in my jammies, curled up in bed watching the TVO’ed treasures from the week before and reading (this guarantees I will simultaneously miss plot twists in both the books and the TV shows, resulting in irritation and annoyance to such friends and family members who catch me in such errors). Anyway, Connor phoned to say the UC Santa Barbara crew team would be competing in a scrimmage that Saturday morning in Newport, could the team crash at our place Friday night?
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By Lisa Dupuy | September 3, 2013
Salvatore Attanasio arrives at Café Solé every morning by 6:30. He bakes the fragrant bread for the day's customers. His wife arrives after dropping their three kids at school in time to make the fresh pasta, the panna cotta and tiramisu. They greet lunch guests, wait tables, cook, bus, fill to-go orders. They take a quick break, pick up the kids and prepare for the pre- and post-movie dinner rushes. It's lucky if they're home by 10 p.m. They get up the next morning and do it again.
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January 6, 2005
Guest Column by LAUREN OAKES I think I've figured out one of the great mysteries of history. What was actually behind the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Why the civilization that conquered and ruled much of the world for one thousand years hasn't done much for the last two. Learned scholars have written heavy tomes postulating it was the lead in the drinking water pipes, or the internal disparities between the ruling class and the peasants who would no longer be ameliorated with bread and circuses (who wants bread at a circus anyway?
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January 21, 2005
Valley View by Fereva It seems that the further I push this (column's) envelope, go out on a thematic limb or bungee cord into word space- the more readers identify and are kind enough to tell me so. So (gasp, deep breath) here is my New Year's resolution: I'M GOING TO TELL MY KID THE TRUTH. I know, it's a freaky idea. That's my single resolution for 2005 and it's a biggie- I'm going to remove the rose-tinted spectacles and begin to prep my college-aged kid with what I know of the big, bad world waiting outside of La Cañada Flintridge- and the cozy college dorm.
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May 5, 2005
Valley View by Fereva Some years ago, my good friend and tennis partner Gail arrived at the courts one morning with a basket of homegrown tomatoes. Here is what homegrown tomatoes look like: weird. While supermarket tomatoes are uniform in every mass produced, conceivable way (size, symmetry, color), homegrowns tend to be green, orange and red all at once, plus lopsided and oddly bulgy. They also have split seams and are usually pock marked by peculiar little black dots, wherein some little wormy creature may be nesting in squishy ecstasy.
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By Lauren Oakes | April 9, 2009
A recent Thursday night about 9:30, already in my jammies, curled up in bed watching the TVO’ed treasures from the week before and reading (this guarantees I will simultaneously miss plot twists in both the books and the TV shows, resulting in irritation and annoyance to such friends and family members who catch me in such errors). Anyway, Connor phoned to say the UC Santa Barbara crew team would be competing in a scrimmage that Saturday morning in Newport, could the team crash at our place Friday night?
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