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July 2, 2000 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
IncredibleArt.com (http://www.incredibleart.com) was created in 1998 to sell wall art over the Internet to retail customers. The initial business plan of founders Ed Mullen, 26, and his brother, Geoffrey, 24, was to offer original art and posters of artists from Monet to Warhol at 25% to 45% below typical retail prices. IncredibleArt.
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July 2, 2000 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
IncredibleArt.com (http://www.incredibleart.com) was created in 1998 to sell wall art over the Internet to retail customers. The initial business plan of founders Ed Mullen, 26, and his brother, Geoffrey, 24, was to offer original art and posters of artists from Monet to Warhol at 25% to 45% below typical retail prices. IncredibleArt.
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July 2, 2000 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This wasn't the reception Ed Mullen expected: Packed into a small room, a group of venture capitalists are attacking his "dot-com" dream. He has just given a 16-minute pitch on IncredibleArt.com, a Culver City-based Internet firm he started about 18 months ago when the formula for success on the Net seemed unassailable: Just get an idea, attract some private money, then sell your stock to the public and become very rich. But the easy-money days have passed for the virtual world's entrepreneurs.
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July 2, 2000 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This wasn't the reception Ed Mullen expected: Packed into a small room, a group of venture capitalists are attacking his "dot-com" dream. He has just given a 16-minute pitch on IncredibleArt.com, a Culver City-based Internet firm he started about 18 months ago when the formula for success on the Net seemed unassailable: Just get an idea, attract some private money, then sell your stock to the public and become very rich. But the easy-money days have passed for the virtual world's entrepreneurs.
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February 5, 1996 | ERIC WAHLGREN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Dr. John Wong once spent his days dispensing psychiatric therapy from a comfortable office building on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. Now his work is more like running a MASH unit for the mentally ill. As head of Ventura County's acute care center for psychiatric patients, he manages an aging facility often not large or secure enough for the patients it treats.
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September 7, 2005 | Hector Becerra, Times Staff Writer
The state's first detailed look at tobacco use by specific populations, released Tuesday, found that Marines, Korean men, gays and transsexuals were more likely to smoke than other people. The data, compiled by the state Department of Health Services working with other researchers, offered a striking counterpoint to an overall decrease in smoking throughout California. More than one in four Korean men smoked, the study found, a rate 46% higher than for California men overall.
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November 1, 1998 | KEN KUSMER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
Sam and Kim Craig were newlyweds when they decided to buy a time share in Las Vegas five years ago. Since then, they've used it exactly twice, once for just a weekend. But they've also swapped it for weeks at Lake Tahoe and skiing at Vail, Colo. After their two children were born, the Craigs, who moved from San Jose, Calif., to Raleigh, N.C., traded it for weeks at Hilton Head, S.C., and in the North Carolina mountains.
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May 24, 2013 | By Kim Murphy, Los Angeles Times
SEATTLE - Dan Sligh was on his way to a camping trip with his wife when he noticed the oversized truck in front of him on Interstate 5. It seemed about four feet too wide on the right side for the bridge they were approaching near Mount Vernon, Wash. "I kept saying, 'Anytime you want to move over to the left, it'd be OK,'" Sligh said. But just then, he said, another truck came up to the left of the oversize vehicle, and the wide load hit the approach spans to the four-lane bridge.
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