April 17, 1997 |
Every month or so, someone buys a "Natagram." But Natalie Sehn, who creates the intensely colored photographic prints, is not represented by an art gallery or dealer. Rather, for the last year, her work has been on display in the Eclectic Cafe in North Hollywood. "Eclectic is probably the best venue I've had," she said. "I just showed in a gallery in Philadelphia and thought I was going to make a sale there and didn't make any. It's an unpredictable thing."
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 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.