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  • Ann Herold

    Managing Editor

    Herold was at the Los Angeles Times from 1983 to 2007, and was managing editor of the Times’ Sunday magazine for 16 years. The Santa Barbara native has written extensively on her hometown and on homes and gardens, food, travel, and sports, and won a James Beard Foundation Award for a piece that appeared in Saveur magazine. She is also a senior lecturer in journalism at the University of Southern California.

 

L.A. to Los Olivos

Little Los Olivos in Santa Ynez Valley is the ideal endpoint after exploring the fetching farmland of Ventura Read more...

The Custom Treatment

When it comes to one of a kind, these L.A. artisans are masters Read more...

Where to Drive This Weekend: Malibu

Beautiful scenery on the way, and lots to do once you get there Read more...

Four Questions for Judy Kameon

Judy Kameon began her career in landscape design 20 years ago. This month marks the release of her book Gardens are for Living, which features inspirational images and tips for gardeners of all skill levels. PLUS: your chance to win a free copy Read more...

New Wave: Attica Locke on the Great African American Migration to L.A.

Locke will interview another prominent local author, Walter Mosley, for ALOUD's "Writing Los Angeles" program on February 20 Read more...

The Anxious Minds of Literary Masters

Susan Salter Reynolds on novelist Kem Nunn, the current American Zeitgeist, and the literary benefits of being a nervous wreck Read more...

Fine Grind: Pasadena’s Grist & Toll is Bringing Milling Back

This flour gets its power from heritage grains. Read more...

Loft Love

Two neighborhoods. Three spaces. A trio of owners is happily making something old new again Read more...

Your Memory-Making Guide to Kauai

It’s easy to shake the crowds on an island so rich in wilderness Read more...

Beach Beauties: Malibu

From the beginning the house had to accomplish three things: drink in as much of the ocean environment as possible, have large walls on which to display art, and include a special chamber in which the owner could listen to his 25,000-record collection Read more...

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