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December 18, 1988 | ALAN C. MILLER, Times Staff Writer
When Jean-Pierre Hallet won the prestigious 1987 Presidential End Hunger Award, he felt certain that people would finally recognize the promise of his miracle bean. For years, the African adventurer and art dealer had been a harsh critic of the high-profile charity appeals, government programs and rock concerts commonly used to collect food for starving people around the world.
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December 18, 1988 | ALAN C. MILLER, Times Staff Writer
When Jean-Pierre Hallet won the prestigious 1987 Presidential End Hunger Award, he felt certain that people would finally recognize the promise of his miracle bean. For years, the African adventurer and art dealer had been a harsh critic of the high-profile charity appeals, government programs and rock concerts commonly used to collect food for starving people around the world.
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April 28, 1991 | JILL STEWART, Jill Stewart, a former Times staff writer who used to live in relentlessly unhip Glendale, recently moved to the capital of Eastern European Hip, Prague.
RESTAURATEURS BRUCE and Rebecca Marder are a classic Santa Monica couple having a classic Santa Monica argument. Young, smart, prominent members of the Armani crowd, the Marders are doting parents and business partners. But they are also opposites in that subtle way their hometown has of creating political chasms measured by the millimeter. Bruce, surly, darkly handsome and wearing his starched white chef's coat, is taking a break to listen to his wife with a mixture of disapproval and respect.
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