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February 8, 1987 | DON JAMES, James is a Los Angeles free-lance writer.
"Honolulu" by Bernard Hermann and Ed Sheehan presents a close-up of a cosmopolitan city surrounded by history, monuments and landmarks. It reveals Honolulu's racial potpourri and colorful ethnic neighborhoods while projecting the fun, friendliness and sun-drenched scenery. Regardless of its growth, Honolulu's warm and welcoming spirit is rekindled in excellent text and color photography.
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March 10, 2014 | By Ricardo Lopez
The amount Americans tip on restaurant bills appears to be declining compared with five years ago, a new survey found. The online poll of about 2,600 men and women in the U.S. found that a majority of Americans tip their food servers less than 20% and that one in 10 tip nothing at all. Nearly 60% of those who said they tip less than 20% said the reason was that they "couldn't afford to on top of the cost of a meal," the survey reported....
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March 10, 2014 | By Ricardo Lopez
The amount Americans tip on restaurant bills appears to be declining compared with five years ago, a new survey found. The online poll of about 2,600 men and women in the U.S. found that a majority of Americans tip their food servers less than 20% and that one in 10 tip nothing at all. Nearly 60% of those who said they tip less than 20% said the reason was that they "couldn't afford to on top of the cost of a meal," the survey reported....
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November 30, 2008 | Rosemary McClure, McClure is a freelance writer.
High-end restaurants abound on the lush, tropical shores of Kauai, as do high-end meal prices. So here we go again, catching the aloha spirit as we dine our way through the Garden Isle, searching for great meal deals. We teamed up with local food experts to bring you 20 Kauai meals for less than $20, just as we did in our recent surveys of Oahu and Maui.
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November 30, 2008 | Rosemary McClure, McClure is a freelance writer.
High-end restaurants abound on the lush, tropical shores of Kauai, as do high-end meal prices. So here we go again, catching the aloha spirit as we dine our way through the Garden Isle, searching for great meal deals. We teamed up with local food experts to bring you 20 Kauai meals for less than $20, just as we did in our recent surveys of Oahu and Maui.
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November 29, 1998
Le Bernardin nosed out 1997 winner Daniel for the "Top Food" rating in the 1999 Zagat New York City Restaurant Survey. Meal prices recorded by the 18,320 diners who did the survey were up an average of $1, and nine restaurants averaged $70 or more per person per meal, led by Lespinasse ($77), Les Celebrites ($76) and Jean Georges ($75). . . . U.S. citizens can now visit Hong Kong for up to three months without a visa, according to the Hong Kong Tourist Assn.
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June 12, 1994 | CHRISTINA V. GODBEY
Pacific World of Cobblers is a place that's always rolling in dough. For eight years, this tiny Crenshaw-area bakery has been turning out specialty cobblers worthy of a mention in the Michelin Guide Book restaurant survey. Taste the cobblers and you'll see why. The most popular choice is peach cobbler. Blackberry, filled with fruit and light on the sugar, is another favorite. Others include raspberry, blueberry, cherry, apple and sweet potato. The bakery requests 24 hours' notice for orders.
TRAVEL
February 8, 1987 | DON JAMES, James is a Los Angeles free-lance writer.
"Honolulu" by Bernard Hermann and Ed Sheehan presents a close-up of a cosmopolitan city surrounded by history, monuments and landmarks. It reveals Honolulu's racial potpourri and colorful ethnic neighborhoods while projecting the fun, friendliness and sun-drenched scenery. Regardless of its growth, Honolulu's warm and welcoming spirit is rekindled in excellent text and color photography.
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April 7, 1994 | CHRISTINA V. GODBEY
Pacific World of Cobblers is a place that's always rolling in dough. For eight years, this tiny Crenshaw-area bakery has been turning out specialty cobblers worthy of a mention in the Michelin Guide Book restaurant survey. Taste the cobblers and you'll see why. Come early in the day and watch the pastry being prepared in the tiny kitchen behind the counter. The production pace is virtually nonstop--about 400 to 500 pies are made per week. The most popular choice is peach cobbler.
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August 16, 2000 | ADAM TSCHORN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Since at least the invention of movable type, the reading public has relied on legions of eagle-eyed copy editors to differentiate Jimmy the short next-door neighbor from jimmy the short, curved crowbar. Over the last few years, the trend of form over function has made lowercase all the rage, and, at least in some circles, capital letters appear destined for the graveyard of outmoded writing conventions.
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