CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1998 |
Assemblyman Curt Pringle (R-Garden Grove) on Tuesday endorsed Garden Grove City Councilman Ken Maddox in the Republican primary to succeed him in the Legislature. Pringle said Maddox "is the most committed to the conservative philosophy and will be most effective and articulate in representing that view." Pringle, who must leave the Assembly because of term limits, is running for state treasurer.
May 13, 1989 |
When one child is unusually talented, less-favored siblings often tread an uphill path to compete. In "Wonderworks' " "Jacob Have I Loved," today at 7 p.m. on Channels 28 and 50 and at 8 p.m. on Channel 15, an angry and unhappy teen sulks in her musically gifted twin's shadow, until finally realizing her own special gifts. In a tiny Chesapeake fishing community, Louise (Bridget Fonda--granddaughter of Henry, daughter of Peter) earns extra money crab-catching to help pay for twin sister Caroline's (Jenny Robertson)
April 6, 2013 |
What's a healthful food and what's a healing food? Is there a difference? At least since the mid-19th century, when the Battle Creek Sanitarium opened its doors and people flocked there to follow John Harvey Kellogg's regime of whole grains, nuts and frequent enemas, many Americans have sought food as medicine. I have a shelf of books with titles such as "Food - Your Miracle Medicine" and "The Food Pharmacy," and my smartphone is filled with snapshots of the "super foods" on display at a trade show: acai and goldenberry, chia, coconut and flax, goji berries and hemp, maca root and other berries, nuts, seaweeds and roots I've never heard of (yacon, lucuma, camu, maqui)
March 27, 1994 |
"Look, there goes one of my clients," says Chris Crosson excitedly, pointing at the tail end of a golden retriever as we sit in a Balboa Island coffee shop. "Yea for dogs!" he says, laughing. Crosson has good reason to rejoice: He's president of Doggie Walk Bags, which has sold 250,000 of the pooper-scoopers-in-a-capsule that are a hot item among Orange County dog owners.
April 11, 1986 |
Two-thirds through "Violets Are Blue" (selected theaters), Sissy Spacek exclaims enthusiastically to Kevin Kline, "God, it would be a week in the Mideast and Central America!" You'd think she were talking about a Club Med vacation. Ensuing unintended laughter makes the film, heretofore engaging, burst like a soap bubble. And like Humpty Dumpty after his fall, there's no putting it together again.
November 4, 2013 |
Kellogg Co. on Monday reported third-quarter net sales of $3.7 billion and also announced a four-year plan to cut costs that will include reducing its global work force by 7%, or about 2,000 jobs. Though the company largely met earnings expectations, its U.S. morning food sales declined 2.2% to $883 million in the quarter ending Sept. 28, Kellogg said. Its U.S. snacks sales also declined, falling 2.4% to $886 million in the third quarter. Kellogg is not alone in suffering revenue drops amid a poor economy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 1987
An Orange County librarian and a Newport Beach attorney were appointed Wednesday by Gov. George Deukmejian to serve on state boards for the arts and the mentally disabled. Deukmejian named Elizabeth Martinez-Smith to the board of trustees of the California State Summer School for the Arts. He appointed John C. Kellogg to the board of Protection and Advocacy Inc., which monitors state services to the mentally disabled.
June 14, 1988 |
The marketing skills of Will Keith Kellogg put cold cereal on the world's breakfast tables, but the "king of corn flakes" worked as hard at giving away his fortune as making it. In the 58 years since the late Kellogg Co. founder established the W. K. Kellogg Foundation, it has dished out more than $1 billion on programs to overcome the problems of hunger, disease and ignorance--both at home and abroad.