July 30, 1993 |
Why "Pericles"? Coral Suter, who is directing a production of Shakespeare's seldom-seen "Pericles, Prince of Tyre" at various city coffeehouses, includ ing Canoga Park's The Storyteller, starting this Sunday, says that is the wrong question. " 'Are you insane?' That is the question," Suter says. 'Pericles' in coffeehouses? Have you gone mad?"
May 27, 1999 |
Diedrich Coffee Inc., moving to extend its operations throughout Southern California, said Wednesday that it will open 80 coffeehouses in the Los Angeles area. The Irvine-based company, which is seeking to establish itself as the No. 2 operator of coffeehouses behind industry giant Starbucks Coffee Co., said it has signed an agreement with a new company to set up the franchises. Under terms of the franchise deal, California Coffee Co.
October 30, 1998 |
Carl Jones, co-founder of Cross Colours--a hip but poorly managed urban clothing label that went out of business four years ago--is attempting a comeback. Jones has launched Juke Joint, an apparel line that includes shirts, sweaters, vests and dark-colored jeans. Two chains--Miller's Outpost and Mr. Raggs, which operates in the Midwest and Northwest--plan to test the line in 10 stores each. Jones has a marketing strategy, but this time he isn't relying solely on rap artists.
February 16, 2003 |
Zooey Deschanel was surprised recently to discover she had become a shorthand descriptor. Known mostly for her deadpan, sardonic and scene-stealing performances in films such as "Mumford," "Almost Famous" and "The Good Girl," the 23-year-old heard from her older sister, also an actress, that the script for a television pilot invoked a character with the phrase "Think Zooey Deschanel." "Everybody was calling," Deschanel says with exasperated disbelief.
February 24, 1990 |
Back in 1969, four college students at Cal State Fullerton dreamed of opening a coffeehouse in Fullerton. In 1971, after two years of planning, they opened Rutabegorz, named after the rutabaga--a turnip-like vegetable. They wanted to bring to Orange County the Bohemian atmosphere found in the coffeehouses of New York and San Francisco.