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September 26, 1995 | BETTY GOODWIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Carrie Latt Wiatt once asked Wolfgang Puck to prepare "something healthy" at Spago for one of her clients. " 'No way. Tell them to go to Pritikin,' " she says, recalling his response. That was way back when. These days, Wiatt can laugh about a few nasty fat grams. Now Spago serves Pritikin pasta on request (it's not on the menu), and Wiatt, who is sort of the thin, cute, hip Dr. Ruth of dietitians, feels a tad responsible.
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September 26, 1995 | BETTY GOODWIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Carrie Latt Wiatt once asked Wolfgang Puck to prepare "something healthy" at Spago for one of her clients. " 'No way. Tell them to go to Pritikin,' " she says, recalling his response. That was way back when. These days, Wiatt can laugh about a few nasty fat grams. Now Spago serves Pritikin pasta on request (it's not on the menu), and Wiatt, who is sort of the thin, cute, hip Dr. Ruth of dietitians, feels a tad responsible.
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February 9, 1996 | JOSE CARDENAS
Cal State Northridge will host a "Family and Consumer Sciences Career Conference" Saturday to focus on employment prospects in such fields as fashion, nutrition and interior design, according to campus organizers. "We want to get people to look at what the future careers are," said Alyce Blackmon, one of the organizers and the chairwoman of the family environmental science department. On hand will be employers such as Sears, Roebuck & Co.
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October 22, 2000 | ROBERTO J. MANZANO
Shirley MacLaine will join more than 30 authors who attended Cal State Northridge at a book signing Friday in Northridge. Some of the prominent alumni authors include: * Greg Evans, a 1970 CSUN graduate, who created the nationally syndicated comic strip "Luann" and has written several books based on the comic. * David Gerrold, who wrote the famous original "Star Trek" television show episode "The Trouble with Tribbles." A 1967 CSUN graduate, Gerrold also has written many science fiction novels.
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November 22, 1992 | THE SOCIAL CLIMES STAFF
Social Climes has discovered that take-out food is passe compared to take- in food, though most restaurants are probably hoping this new trend will quickly fade. A growing number of diners in L. A. are bringing prepackaged frozen diet cuisine into some surprisingly fine restaurants. Some eateries will warm up a brought-in meal for free; others charge a couple of bucks.
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