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December 17, 1991 | KATHLEEN DOHENY
Smog and pollen can make outdoor cycling and running sound pretty unhealthy. To cut down on grit and allergens, there's Respro, a new anti-pollution mask expected to be available this month in local sporting goods stores. The strap-on mask's replaceable charcoal filter protects against low level pollutants, pollen and ozone, according to Thomas Ashcroft of Respro North America, who distributes the mask in the United States.
March 30, 1998 | P.J. HUFFSTUTTER
LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA. Action: The board of directors for the county's public library system voted last fall to install filters on all of its machines. A vocal group of patrons protested, noting they couldn't get information dealing with sex education, breast cancer and, oddly enough, a Quaker Web site. Reaction: A group of residents--including Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Henry Taylor--and a community organization called Mainstream Loudoun filed suit against the board in U.S.
March 3, 2005
"Deadwood," MTV and shock jocks who do their thing on satellite radio are the latest targets in Washington's campaign to sanitize American culture. Sen. Ted Stevens (R-Alaska) on Tuesday suggested that federal legislation is necessary to protect children from programming that their parents are paying to have beamed into their living rooms. Rep.
August 17, 1990 | LAURA PITTER
The Rio Elementary School District will spend about $11,000 to install a water filtration system to reduce dangerous nitrate levels in water at two of its schools before instruction begins Sept. 4, officials decided Wednesday. El Rio and Rio Real elementary schools get all their water from two wells that measured over the state standard for nitrate contamination, Supt. Peter D. Rogalsky said. Dangerous nitrate levels have been linked to a condition that causes death in infants.
July 24, 1988 | NINA J. EASTON, Nina J. Easton is a Times staff writer.
MERV GRIFFIN is headed for a 2:30 appointment with the crown prince of Manhattan real estate in New York City's Trump Tower. That's the glassy skyscraper at 5th Avenue and 56th Street, not to be confused with Trump Plaza over on 3rd, near Bloomingdales, or Trump Parc, the art nouveau condominium complex on Central Park South where $4 million buys a three-bedroom apartment.
October 7, 2011
Filter Magazine's Culture Collide Festival Where: Various venues. Sunday Block Party on Reservoir Street between Sunset Boulevard and Alvarado Street When: Through Sunday. See website for details. Price: $20 for multi-day festival wristband. Block party free. Info: ; tickets:
September 22, 1988 | MINNIE BERNARDINO, Times Staff Writer
Does your tap water still taste and smell like it should? Do you notice any off-flavors in your tea or coffee? Highly aware and concerned about troubled drinking water, many Californians have turned to bottled water. But that option, aside from being about 1,000 times the cost of tap water, has generated some controversy in the past and has been questioned for its safety and wholesomeness.
May 25, 1993 | Jack Searles
Optical Devices Inc., a Camarillo firm that this month introduced a new line of anti-glare filters for users of computer monitors, says its filters have been approved by the American Optometric Assn. Optical Devices is one of only three filter manufacturers to receive the group's seal of acceptance, according to Don Keehn, the company's vice president of market development.
July 30, 1996 | SCOTT STEEPLETON
Home dialysis patients in Port Hueneme and those who have aquariums are being urged to upgrade their filtration systems to deal with water treated with chloramine, the city's water superintendent said. In two months, the Calleguas Municipal Water District will install valves that will allow water treated with chloramine--a combination of ammonia and chlorine--to flow into Port Hueneme's water system in the event of a water main break or other emergency, said Port Hueneme Water Supt.
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