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October 12, 2008
Beverly Hills architect: An article in Saturday's Home section about Gerard Colcord misspelled his first name as Gerald.
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April 12, 2013 | By Tiffany Hsu
Score one for J.C. Penney, the beleaguered retailer that just kicked out its chief executive in search of a better reputation. The department store chain Friday won the right to sell Martha Stewart products - as long as they're unbranded. This to the consternation of Macy's, which is in the middle of a court battle with J.C. Penney and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia claiming that the two violated its exclusive contract with the domestic diva. In New York State Supreme Court, Macy's had asked Justice Jeffrey Oing to expand an existing preliminary injunction barring J.C. Penney from selling Stewart-branded home goods until the non-jury trial concludes.
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HOME & GARDEN
January 13, 2005
THANKS for the info on the "ECOlogical Calendar" ["Beauty, Week After Week," Dec. 30]. I like the Home section almost as much as the Opinion section. Loretta Archibald Simi Valley
NEWS
July 6, 2012 | By Alexandra Le Tellier
Weeks after reading Anne-Marie Slaughter's Atlantic cover story, Why Women Still Can't Have It All , one aspect has especially stuck with me. It's not whether women can successfully juggle a marriage, family and career, and all at the same time, but rather the very idea of time and how it's a commodity that there never seems to be enough of. "We all agree that time is more valuable than money," writes Maria Lin , former editor of...
BUSINESS
April 12, 2013 | By Tiffany Hsu
Score one for J.C. Penney, the beleaguered retailer that just kicked out its chief executive in search of a better reputation. The department store chain Friday won the right to sell Martha Stewart products - as long as they're unbranded. This to the consternation of Macy's, which is in the middle of a court battle with J.C. Penney and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia claiming that the two violated its exclusive contract with the domestic diva. In New York State Supreme Court, Macy's had asked Justice Jeffrey Oing to expand an existing preliminary injunction barring J.C. Penney from selling Stewart-branded home goods until the non-jury trial concludes.
NEWS
July 6, 2012 | By Alexandra Le Tellier
Weeks after reading Anne-Marie Slaughter's Atlantic cover story, Why Women Still Can't Have It All , one aspect has especially stuck with me. It's not whether women can successfully juggle a marriage, family and career, and all at the same time, but rather the very idea of time and how it's a commodity that there never seems to be enough of. "We all agree that time is more valuable than money," writes Maria Lin , former editor of...
HOME & GARDEN
July 3, 2003 | Barbara King
At ANY GIVEN season of my life, I've had a fantasy image running on the big screen of my inner movie theater. It's the idealized me, whomever that may be at the moment, and she's always superior at whatever she's trying to pull off. No matter where I am or what I'm doing, Miraculous-Me is somewhere just off the sound stage, a star aborning. In this way, I have played more roles than Meryl Streep, with almost as many accents. Look at me, and you'll look into the 3,000 faces of Eve.
BUSINESS
April 11, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
Starting Thursday, the Los Angeles Times will launch Home, a new weekly section exploring what the newspaper calls "the diverse experience of home life in Southern California." The section will highlight every aspect of the home, inside and out, from interior design to landscaping. "We live in a region where trends in lifestyle, architecture, interior design and landscaping are born," said Barbara King, the Home section's editor.
SPORTS
December 3, 1992 | ERIC SHEPARD
Eisenhower High's semifinal playoff football game against La Puente Bishop Amat will not be played in Rialto on Friday night, even though Eisenhower won a coin flip that allowed it to pick the site. Southern Section officials told Eisenhower administrators this week that the school's stadium, which holds 7,500, was not big enough to handle the anticipated crowd of 10,000. They asked the school to move the game to a larger site. The closest large stadium is at Mt.
SPORTS
May 19, 1994 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Psssst. You distract him while I whack him a couple of times in the leg. The players in Darren Angel's foursome were only two-thirds of the way through the first round of the City Section Golf Championships when they jokingly began plotting a Tonya Harding-style attack. By the 14th hole, Angel already had opened up a six-shot lead. A shot in the knee with a three-wood might have evened things up. "I was thinking about it," cracked Scott Golditch of Taft.
NEWS
October 12, 2008
Beverly Hills architect: An article in Saturday's Home section about Gerard Colcord misspelled his first name as Gerald.
HOME & GARDEN
January 13, 2005
THANKS for the info on the "ECOlogical Calendar" ["Beauty, Week After Week," Dec. 30]. I like the Home section almost as much as the Opinion section. Loretta Archibald Simi Valley
HOME & GARDEN
July 3, 2003 | Barbara King
At ANY GIVEN season of my life, I've had a fantasy image running on the big screen of my inner movie theater. It's the idealized me, whomever that may be at the moment, and she's always superior at whatever she's trying to pull off. No matter where I am or what I'm doing, Miraculous-Me is somewhere just off the sound stage, a star aborning. In this way, I have played more roles than Meryl Streep, with almost as many accents. Look at me, and you'll look into the 3,000 faces of Eve.
BUSINESS
April 11, 2003 | From a Times Staff Writer
Starting Thursday, the Los Angeles Times will launch Home, a new weekly section exploring what the newspaper calls "the diverse experience of home life in Southern California." The section will highlight every aspect of the home, inside and out, from interior design to landscaping. "We live in a region where trends in lifestyle, architecture, interior design and landscaping are born," said Barbara King, the Home section's editor.
SPORTS
May 19, 1994 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Psssst. You distract him while I whack him a couple of times in the leg. The players in Darren Angel's foursome were only two-thirds of the way through the first round of the City Section Golf Championships when they jokingly began plotting a Tonya Harding-style attack. By the 14th hole, Angel already had opened up a six-shot lead. A shot in the knee with a three-wood might have evened things up. "I was thinking about it," cracked Scott Golditch of Taft.
SPORTS
December 3, 1992 | ERIC SHEPARD
Eisenhower High's semifinal playoff football game against La Puente Bishop Amat will not be played in Rialto on Friday night, even though Eisenhower won a coin flip that allowed it to pick the site. Southern Section officials told Eisenhower administrators this week that the school's stadium, which holds 7,500, was not big enough to handle the anticipated crowd of 10,000. They asked the school to move the game to a larger site. The closest large stadium is at Mt.
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