Our editorial team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission.When it comes to spring, there is no better feeling than swapping out your boots for your stylish sandals. But if you are in need of a few fresh styles for the season, then you're in luck, because Nordstrom's spring sale is finally here!Now through April 22nd, you can save up to 50 percent on everything from women and men's clothing to handbags and home decor -- but some of our favorite finds from the entire sale are found in the women's shoe section. 23 PHOTOS Best of women's shoes from Nordstrom's spring sale See Gallery Best of women's shoes from Nordstrom's spring sale Tory Burch Miller Square Toe Thong Sandal, $182.40 (orig. $228) 20% off BUY IT ALICE + OLIVIA Marrgo Mule, $262.50 (orig. $375) 30% off BUY IT BP Barris Block Heel … [Read more...] about 23 of the chicest shoes from Nordstrom’s spring sale — shop them fast!
Peter Scamardo Published 4:31 pm CST, Monday, February 25, 2019 La Porte High School softball player Koko Wooley. La Porte High School softball player Koko Wooley. Photo: La Porte ISD Photo: La Porte ISD Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 La Porte High School softball player Koko Wooley. La Porte High School softball player Koko Wooley. Photo: La Porte ISD Chron's girls athlete of the week: Koko Wooley, La Porte 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Koko Wooley, LaPorteNotable: Wooley went 8-for-10 at the plate in victories over Texas City, Clear Brook and Klein Cain, stealing five bases on five attempts along the way. Against Clear Brook she went 4-4 with three home runs, helping the … [Read more...] about Chron’s girls athlete of the week: Koko Wooley, La Porte
On a frigid, gray day in early February, Takeo Sakan sat outside of Japonaise Bakery at one of the cafe’s handful of tables that looks out onto Beacon Street. He wasn’t wearing a jacket or even a hat — just a T-shirt under a long white apron — but assured me that the cold didn’t bother him. “It’ll keep me awake,” he said, a feat made all the more impressive for someone who starts his day at 4 a.m. and puts in 90 hours a week. Sakan took over the small, brick-faced bakery three years ago, after his mother, Hiroko Sakan, finally decided to retire. The single mother of three opened Japonaise Bakery — the first Japanese bakery in Boston, as Sakan tells it — on Beacon Street in 1985, despite not having any professional cooking or restaurant experience. What she did have, Sakan said, is a great palate. “She’s the most obnoxious person to eat with because she’d never say it’s good, it’s … [Read more...] about Japonaise Bakery has been open for more than 30 years. Now it’s finally starting to see some competition.
Joe Talbot's moody debut, inspired by best friend Jimmie Fails' obsession with his childhood home, shows promise, despite its thin premise. provided by Published 5:41 pm PST, Saturday, January 26, 2019 Director: Joe TalbotWith: Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Rob MorganRunning time: 2 hours 1 minute Director: Joe Talbot With: Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Rob Morgan Running time: 2 hours 1 minute Photo: Peter Prato Photo: Peter Prato Image 1 of / 35 Caption Close Image 1 of 35 Director: Joe TalbotWith: Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Rob MorganRunning time: 2 hours 1 minute Director: Joe Talbot With: Jimmie Fails, Jonathan Majors, Rob Morgan Running time: 2 hours 1 minute Photo: Peter Prato Sundance Film Review: … [Read more...] about Sundance Film Review: ‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’
Detox vacations, the fancy kind with greens-infused menus, structured fitness programming and extravagant spa treatments, can set you back thousands of dollars. Happily, you don't need to visit a luxury resort to purify the body and recharge the spirit. You can arrange a DIY wellness getaway by booking a reasonably priced hotel in a mild-weather location with outdoor recreation, healthful eateries and quality day spas for a similar feel-good outcome. Here is a set of destinations that can have you feeling Canyon Ranch-style refreshed at a fraction of the cost. In Los Angeles, it may not be tropical, but "winter" still delivers a sun-dappled backdrop for a get-fit holiday. The Kimpton Everly Hotel (starting rate, $299) is tucked into the Hollywood Hills with easy access to two popular areas for hikes: Runyon Canyon and Griffith Park, where a couple of treks take you close to the "Hollywood" sign. For hot yoga, join chiseled Angelenos at sleek, cedar paneled Sweatheory in Hollywood, … [Read more...] about Create your own detox vacation at these healthy spots