April 5, 1987
A candle in a long street A candle in the sleep of houses A candle for frightened shops A candle for bakeries A candle for a journalist trembling in an empty office A candle for a fighter A candle for a woman doctor watching over patients A candle for the wounded A candle for plain talk A candle for the stairs A candle for a hotel packed with refugees A candle for a singer A candle for broadcasters in their hideouts A candle for a bottle of water A candle for the air A candle for
December 13, 2012 |
Los Angeles-based artist and interior and product designer Kelly Lamb has had a hand in designing the interiors of restaurants and bars such as Malo and El Prado in Silver Lake and has launched a line of tableware based on her signature geodesic themes inspired by architect Buckminster Fuller. (Her geodesic planters are a hit among the design-minded.) Lamb's also known for her occasional soirees -- supper clubs held at her Tuscan-style Silver Lake home and studio, part of a hilltop compound that includes the Paramour mansion.
February 10, 1990 |
The mayor of Blacksburg has been charged with shoplifting two Valentine's Day cards and a candle, police said.
December 22, 2012 |
Beauty sets can solve eleventh-hour holiday shopping conundrums, while bestowing on the receiver a gift of pure indulgence. Here are some of the latest for her or for him, with prices that range from tolerable to a luxurious splurge. 'The Firestarter' candle and lighter set Light up her life with the eco-friendly MCMC candle and Moroccan-inspired bronze lighter, decked out with a lavishly fringed tassel, from Cobra Society. Made of a green blend of soy, vegetable oil and beeswax, the candle boasts decadent notes of tobacco, Bourbon vanilla and fir balsam.
September 25, 2005 |
Slowed by smoke, they slump from the hive, benign from the hive they slump, Father of thorax and wing, Father of light, they light on my arm, make light of my arm, tapering, golden, Father of darkness receding, they make from my arm a candle, a flame, they candle my arm with backcast light, affixing the self to the shell.
January 3, 2001
"Quirky Yule Trees Don't Make the Cut" (Dec. 20) omitted a special feature of the unclosed Douglas fir Christmas tree: The branches of the "Charlie Brown," as some term these firs, were available for clipping on the Christmas candle holders in locations where the candle flames would be clear of ornaments and other branches. Oh, you don't remember candle holders? They were also clipped so flames wouldn't be near the candy canes. RICHARD S. MELVILLE San Juan Capistrano
November 29, 2013 |
Healing energies, handcrafted ceramic vessels and fashionable floral designs: The season's best new home fragrances have way more to offer than just a sweet scent. --Venerable Parisian candlemaker Diptyque recently opened its first Southern California boutique at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa. New designs include limited-edition holiday candles in jeweled hues and a refillable Hourglass Diffuser, which can be used with a range of scented oils and is also an appealing objet. --Create the ambience of an at-home speak-easy with Antica Farmacista's new Manhattan diffuser, inspired by the retro cocktail and the city that never sleeps.
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November 30, 1995
Q: How do trick birthday candles that will not blow out work? A: According to scientists at San Francisco's Exploratorium, small particles of gunpowder are woven into the wick. When the candle is lit, you'll notice that the wick occasionally shoots off little sparks as it burns. When you blow the candle out, the wick continues to glow for a few seconds. The glowing wick is hot enough to ignite the gunpowder, which reignites the wick.
April 25, 1987
I don't think the old Chicago Cubs famous double-play combination of Tinkers to Evers to Chance could hold a candle to the present one: Dnston to Snbrg to Drhm. And Steinfeld at third was not as good as Mrlnd (or was he?). HARRY W. MILLER Los Alamitos
November 3, 1985
Congratulations are in order for Franco Modigliani of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for winning the Nobel Prize in economics ("Modigliani Wins '85 Nobel in Economics" Oct. 16). The primary reason for the professor's award was his theory that people save chiefly to have money for their retirement years. This profound discovery must surely rank with that of the little boy who noticed that the Emperor was not wearing any clothes! There is an old tale about a wealthy family of intellectuals, all of whom were college graduates, who were left without electricity as the result of a storm.