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July 28, 1998 | LEO SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Flamboyant British pop vocalist Boy George and his popular 1980s band Culture Club have reunited for an American tour more than a decade after the group last topped the music charts. No doubt, this is good news to the musician's fans throughout the United States. But perhaps no one is more excited by the turn of events than David Carlson, founder and director of the Gateway Arts multimedia design firm of Newbury Park.
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July 28, 1998 | LEO SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Flamboyant British pop vocalist Boy George and his popular 1980s band Culture Club have reunited for an American tour more than a decade after the group last topped the music charts. No doubt, this is good news to the musician's fans throughout the United States. But perhaps no one is more excited by the turn of events than David Carlson, founder and director of the Gateway Arts multimedia design firm of Newbury Park.
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August 1, 1993 | Associated Press
The discovery of a hormone that stops digestion in mosquitoes could result in a deadly "diet pill" for the insects, scientists say. The hormone found within a mosquito's ovaries is secreted after blood is digested in order to stop the production of digestive enzymes, said chemists Dov Borovsky of the University of Florida's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences and David Carlson of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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February 10, 1990 | DANIEL CARIAGA
A friend of David Carlson's died, unexpectedly, on her 34th birthday. "I was so grief stricken, I went home and started to write," the composer recalls. "It was an emotional necessity." Two weeks later, he had finished "Rhapsodies." "In that sense, it is a Requiem. Only, it doesn't sound like one," says Carlson.
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September 1, 1989 | From United Press International
A Navy commander, engaging in unusually frank public criticism, said U.S. missile cruiser Vincennes that shot down an Iranian airliner killing 290 people had been given the derogatory nickname "Robo Cruiser" for its aggressive behavior. Cmdr. David Carlson of the frigate Sides, which was in the Persian Gulf at the time of the July 3, 1988, downing, wrote in the September issue of the U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings magazine that the aggressiveness of the Vincennes, commanded by Capt.
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December 15, 2005 | Martin Miller, Times Staff Writer
IN a move that has drawn fire from some journalism organizations, a Wisconsin radio station has agreed to join the ranks of everything from college football bowl games to public school scoreboards by selling the naming rights of its newsroom to a business. Beginning Jan. 1, the WIBA-FM newsroom in Madison, Wis., will become known as the Amcore Bank News Center. The station is one of more than 1,200 owned by the nation's largest radio broadcaster, San Antonio-based Clear Channel Communications.
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May 14, 1998 | DEBORAH SCHOCH and GEOFF BOUCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Although Orange County's toll road agency is poised to approve a $16-million design contract today for the final link in its countywide tollway network, two federal agencies that must first give approval have raised serious concerns over whether there's a need for the road at all. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S.
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April 11, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Colin Graham, the artistic director of the Opera Theatre of St. Louis, died Friday of respiratory and cardiac arrest at St. John's Mercy Medical Center in St. Louis. He was 75. During his 29 years in St. Louis, Graham staged 48 new productions, according to a statement from Charles MacKay, general manager of Opera Theatre of St. Louis. Graham's world premiere production of David Carlson's "Anna Karenina" is scheduled to open April 28 at Florida Grand Opera in Miami and June 3 in St. Louis.
BUSINESS
May 11, 2000
Edward J. O'Leary has been named chief executive officer of Irvine-based IStarXchange.com, overseeing the development of an electronic marketplace to serve the $100-billion automotive replacement parts market. The company was formed earlier this year by Toyota Motor Sales USA in Torrance and I2 Technologies Inc. in Dallas. O'Leary, who has 23 years of domestic and international executive experience, most recently served with Federal Mogul Inc. as vice president, sales and distribution.
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March 28, 1993
Reporters, editors, graphics designers and photographers from The Times Orange County Edition earned 44 awards, including 17 first-place honors, Saturday night in the 38th Annual Orange County Press Club competition at the Waterfront Hilton. The Orange County Register took 14 awards, five of which were first-place honors. Other local publications that won first-place awards were the Daily Pilot, the Orange County Business Journal, South County News and the Orange County Metropolitan.
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July 17, 1998 | DEBORAH SCHOCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Plans for a controversial toll road in southern Orange County got a boost in Washington, D.C., Thursday when a congressional subcommittee approved a bill with language that could speed up the environmental review for the road. Road supporter Rep. Ron Packard (R-Vista) had requested the wording, which refers specifically to the proposed Foothill South toll road and could restrict how broadly federal regulatory agencies can critique the need for the proposed $644-million project.
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