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July 23, 1997
Well, thank goodness for Rachel Laudan and her new "The Food of Paradise: Exploring Hawaii's Culinary Heritage" (Cookbook Review, June 18). If I had read one more word about how high-toned chefs like Roy Yamaguchi or Jean-Marie Josselin have finally "created" a Hawaiian "regional cuisine," I would have screamed. Anyone who's been to Hamamura's Saimin Cafe in Lahaina or the Rainbow Drive-In or Ono Foods in Honolulu knows that Hawaiians have had their own wonderful, funky sort of local soul food for years.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1996 | FRANK MANNING
Speed bumps will soon be installed along Rainbow Crest Drive in Agoura Hills by the request of neighborhood residents, who fear that uncontrolled speeding will bring tragedy. The City Council approved the project last year but delayed installation due to the city's strained fiscal situation. The council decided to proceed, officials said, because the project was deemed relatively inexpensive at an estimated cost of $17,000.
NEWS
September 12, 2011 | By Brady MacDonald, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
The restaurants at Disney's new Aulani hotel in Hawaii are expensive and limited, unless you like fine-dining food and prices at every meal. The $800-million Aulani in Ko Olina on leeward-side Oahu had a soft opening in late August with an official grand opening scheduled for Sept. 22. > Aulani: Photos of Disney's new Hawaiian resort I've been staying at the Aulani the last few days with my wife, Nancy, and our 11-year-old daughter, Hannah, where we spent a small fortune on food on top of room rates starting at $399 a night.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1987 | La MONT JONES JR., Times Staff Writer
Amid name-calling, shouting and allegations of foul play, a sharply divided Tustin City Council voted Monday night to put two resolutions to annex areas north of the city on the Nov. 3 general election ballot. Mayor Richard B. Edgar led the effort to put the measure on the ballot as a group of about 50 people protested the annexation loudly at an emotionally charged meeting. Some people stormed out of the council chambers after the meeting, shouting insults at the council.
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November 28, 1986 | GARRY ABRAMS, Times Staff Writer
To novelist Roderick Thorp, Los Angeles is a smog-wrapped can of worms. It's a city where murder, mayhem, malice, avarice, dark conspiracies and justifiable paranoia are as common as freeway gridlock. At least that's the impression created by Thorp's latest novel, "Rainbow Drive" (Summit: $18.95), an "urban thriller" about law enforcement, drugs, wealth, show business and rampant corruption in Los Angeles, released this September.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 1997 | SOLOMON MOORE and COLL METCALFE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A brush fire burned about 126 acres in Agoura Hills and Oak Park on Saturday, and power outages affected more than 5,000 homes in Topanga Canyon as record-setting temperatures and strong Santa Ana winds wreaked havoc on the western edge of Los Angeles County. Although the fire came within 30 feet of some homes, fire officials said none were damaged and no one was injured. The fire started in Ventura County about 3:40 p.m.
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