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March 26, 2003 | David Shaw, Times Staff Writer
Linda Linham and Ed Nicoletti were having dinner on vacation in Milan a few years ago when they tasted a wine that seemed especially good -- and especially cheap. "It cost $2," Linham says, "and that struck a chord with us. We'd just sold some video stores we owned in Boston, and we'd been talking about looking for a new retail business, something that we could do together ... when we moved to Los Angeles, where Ed wanted to pursue a career in the movie business.
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March 26, 2003 | David Shaw, Times Staff Writer
Linda Linham and Ed Nicoletti were having dinner on vacation in Milan a few years ago when they tasted a wine that seemed especially good -- and especially cheap. "It cost $2," Linham says, "and that struck a chord with us. We'd just sold some video stores we owned in Boston, and we'd been talking about looking for a new retail business, something that we could do together ... when we moved to Los Angeles, where Ed wanted to pursue a career in the movie business.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 9, 2010 | By Jean Merl, Los Angeles Times
Open seats and brisk primary challenges to some incumbent officeholders made for a handful of lively contests for congressional and legislative seats Tuesday, including the Democratic primary in a race to succeed former Assembly Speaker Karen Bass. In that race, Holly Mitchell, head of a child care advocacy group, was leading Reginald Jones-Sawyer, an asset manager for the city of L.A., and three others in early returns. Bass, termed out of the Assembly and running to succeed Rep. Diane Watson (D-Los Angeles)
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May 29, 2010 | By Jean Merl, Los Angeles Times
As termed-out former Assembly Speaker Karen Bass (D- Los Angeles) focuses on her campaign for a seat in the House of Representatives, a competitive Democratic primary race is on to succeed her. In her economically and ethnically diverse Westside-Southwest Los Angeles district, Holly Mitchell and Reginald Jones-Sawyer are generally considered the front-runners. Also among the five Democrats on the June 8 primary ballot is Ed Nicoletti, a businessman and home builder from Westwood, who is campaigning hard.
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March 28, 2010 | By Patrick McGreevy
Los Angeles activists Holly Mitchell and Reggie Jones-Sawyer are among 339 Californians spending a small fortune to compete in the June 8 primary election for the state Legislature, even though it is despised by the public and plagued by a budget mess that will require painful decisions. California voters will go to the polls to fill 100 state legislative seats, nearly a third of which will have no incumbent on the ballot. A combination of term limits, legislators seeking other offices and lawmaker fatigue has set the stage for political fights up and down the state.
OPINION
March 10, 2010
The winners are ... Re " 'Hurt' locks it up," March 8 The sycophantic exalting of the various actor nominees at the Oscars during their joint introduction was enough to give one diabetes. On the other hand, it was refreshing to hear Kathryn Bigelow, in her Oscar acceptance speech, thanking the U.S. service men and women in Iraq and Afghanistan, in contrast to James Cameron's demeaning of the U.S. military in his movie "Avatar." John F. Haggerty Woodland Hills The people of the world voted and made "Avatar" the most popular movie in history.
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