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Afternoon shadow play

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Sungsoo Lee visited Sierra Vista Middle School in Irvine in June. There the shadow of a tree against a yellow building caught his attention.

It's a jungle inside this room at Hannah Hoffman Gallery

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In their latest collaboration, New York artists Margaret Lee and Emily Sundblad evoke a Curious George story in which the mischievous monkey transforms a room and its furniture (without permission, of course) into a jungle scene.

Five indicted in alleged pyramid scheme targeting Chinese Americans

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Five Los Angeles-area residents were indicted Thursday on charges of running a $30-million illegal pyramid scheme targeting Chinese American communities in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City, authorities said.

Rhetorical abuse over Iran deal is troubling, Obama tells Jewish groups

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President Obama insisted Friday that he and fellow supporters of the Iran nuclear deal have received more rhetorical abuse than they've dished out in the divisive debate over the agreement.

Former Jewish center official who stole $400,000 gets 1 year in jail

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 The former chief financial officer at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center in La Jolla was sentenced Friday to a year in jail after pleading guilty to embezzling more than $400,000 from the center.


Camden school board member steps down

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Longtime Camden school board member Barbara Coscarello stepped down from her position this week after six and a half years.

Tempe clean-elections plan questioned

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Tempe clean-elections plan questioned
Some Tempe residents support a clean-elections system, but don't want increased traffic and other tickets to finance it         

Flagstaff man gored by bison, hospitalized in California

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Flagstaff man gored by bison, hospitalized in California
The president and CEO of Flagstaff-based American Conservation Experience was gored by a bison Wednesday.         

8 tips for staying safe on Phoenix’s hiking trails

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8 tips for staying safe on Phoenix’s hiking trails
Phoenix’s desert parks and mountain preserves are known around the world and consistently receive high rankings as some of the best trails and recreation areas. ... more

8 ways to stay safe on the trail

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8 ways to stay safe on the trail

Afternoon shadow play

published about 1 hour ago
Sungsoo Lee visited Sierra Vista Middle School in Irvine in June. There the shadow of a tree against a yellow building caught his attention.

It's a jungle inside this room at Hannah Hoffman Gallery

published about 1 hour ago
In their latest collaboration, New York artists Margaret Lee and Emily Sundblad evoke a Curious George story in which the mischievous monkey transforms a room ... more

Five indicted in alleged pyramid scheme targeting Chinese Americans

published about 1 hour ago
Five Los Angeles-area residents were indicted Thursday on charges of running a $30-million illegal pyramid scheme targeting Chinese American communities in Los Angeles, San Francisco and ... more

Rhetorical abuse over Iran deal is troubling, Obama tells Jewish groups

published about 1 hour ago
President Obama insisted Friday that he and fellow supporters of the Iran nuclear deal have received more rhetorical abuse than they've dished out in the ... more

Former Jewish center official who stole $400,000 gets 1 year in jail

published about 2 hours ago
 The former chief financial officer at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center in La Jolla was sentenced Friday to a year in jail after pleading ... more

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A Good Appetite: The Tomato Sandwich Perfected

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A Good Appetite: The Tomato Sandwich Perfected
Slightly overripe tomatoes, onion, raw garlic and mayonnaise produce the perfect, deliciously drippy summer sandwich. (Article plus video.)
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City Kitchen: The Key to Soupe au Pistou: Lots of Vegetables

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City Kitchen: The Key to Soupe au Pistou: Lots of Vegetables
In the South of France, this hearty soup can vary from village to village. Just keep the ingredients fresh and flavorful.
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Bites: Inventive Menus at Soho House Berlin’s New Restaurant

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Bites: Inventive Menus at Soho House Berlin’s New Restaurant
The Store Kitchen, off the lobby of Soho House in Mitte, is drawing a stylish crowd with its creative takes on ambitious, vegetable-focused dishes.
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Lives: The Countries Between Us

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Lives: The Countries Between Us
Learning Dutch, speaking French and talking Ramadan in Belgium.
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Tropical Storm Erika Passes Caribbean Islands

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Powerful winds and heavy rain struck the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Saint Maarten as Erika passed by, headed in the direction of Florida.

Golf is way, way above par in the Rockies

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Only the highest peaks are still frosted with snow. And in ski towns like this one, the recreational attractions have shifted from the slopes to ... more

Burning Man rises in desert

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Burning Man rises in desert

16 years of Burning Man art

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16 years of Burning Man art

In Transit: For Loyal Guests, Hotels Bring Back the House Call

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In Transit: For Loyal Guests, Hotels Bring Back the House Call
Sending makeup artists, tennis pros and even chefs to the homes of loyal guests for a personal connection.