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September 15, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Lifestyle entrepreneur Martha Stewart, who has stamped her name on all things domestic including sheets, towels, pots and pans, will be serving up another addition: wine. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. said Friday that it forged a partnership with E. & J. Gallo Winery to develop a brand of wines under the label "Martha Stewart Vintage" to be offered in six cities beginning in January. The wines will sell for about $15.
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March 25, 2012
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February 10, 2010 | Michael Hiltzik
Speculation has been raging over whether the U.S. Supreme Court's recent junking of federal campaign spending limits on corporations will be very bad for democracy, or not so bad. As with many important trends in American society, California was there first, and we have the answer. Thanks to a nakedly cynical $6.5-million ballot campaign launched by our biggest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric, we can say this: It's going to be worse than you can possibly imagine. When I first wrote in December about the ballot initiative PG&E concocted to undercut competition from municipal power agencies, the monster hadn't yet been shocked into life.
BUSINESS
February 10, 2010 | Michael Hiltzik
Speculation has been raging over whether the U.S. Supreme Court's recent junking of federal campaign spending limits on corporations will be very bad for democracy, or not so bad. As with many important trends in American society, California was there first, and we have the answer. Thanks to a nakedly cynical $6.5-million ballot campaign launched by our biggest utility, Pacific Gas & Electric, we can say this: It's going to be worse than you can possibly imagine. When I first wrote in December about the ballot initiative PG&E concocted to undercut competition from municipal power agencies, the monster hadn't yet been shocked into life.
TRAVEL
March 25, 2012
Joshua Tree National Park , 74485 National Park Drive., Twentynine Palms; (760) 367-5500, http://www.nps.gov/jotr. Entrance fee $15 per car for up to seven days. Crossroads Café , 61715 Twentynine Palms Highway, Joshua Tree; (760) 366-5414, http://www.crossroadscafejtree.com . Breakfast, lunch, dinner. All less than $10. Ricochet Gourmet , 61705 Twentynine Palms Highway, Joshua Tree; (760) 366-1898, http://www.ricochetjoshuatree.com . Main dishes $8-$10.
BUSINESS
January 15, 2010 | By Nathan Olivarez-Giles
Duncan McIntosh Co., an Irvine magazine and newspaper publisher, bought media trade magazine Editor & Publisher from the Nielsen Co. late Thursday afternoon and immediately resumed online operations. "We're going to continue to be the main information source, the main idea source for the newspaper industry," said Mark Fitzgerald, who was named E&P's editor Thursday. "We're all very excited around here about the news." Fitzgerald also noted that other media sources "can provide inspiration and innovation for our industry during this time of transition for newspapers."
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April 4, 2002 | RAY F. HERNDON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rosie Talbert, a working mother of four, relied on energy and enthusiasm to hold her own on the volleyball court. "Spiking was way out of my league since I'm short," she said, "but I could really get under the ball." During one game at a state park campground in the summer of 1995, she felt sick, staggered to the sidelines and collapsed. Talbert was diagnosed as suffering from heat exhaustion.
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September 15, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Lifestyle entrepreneur Martha Stewart, who has stamped her name on all things domestic including sheets, towels, pots and pans, will be serving up another addition: wine. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. said Friday that it forged a partnership with E. & J. Gallo Winery to develop a brand of wines under the label "Martha Stewart Vintage" to be offered in six cities beginning in January. The wines will sell for about $15.
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