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December 20, 1991 | BETH ANN KRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Paul Jones De Joria and Michelle Gilliam--better known as Michelle Phillips of the Mamas and the Papas and "Knot's Landing"--first joined forces in their junior year at Marshall High. Phillips recalls that neither of them was part of the "social-climbing set" and at least one of their teachers predicted they would flunk adulthood.
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April 25, 1993 | JEFF KRAMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The creator of a global hair care empire, John Paul Jones de Joria has a wizard's touch for making things happen. But he just cannot make Scott Mathes disappear. For more than a year, Mathes, an environmental activist, has criticized the wealthy co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems about the condition of his trash-strewn property in Malibu's scenic Tuna Canyon.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 1992 | JEFF KRAMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Malibu's scenic Tuna Canyon remains strewn with trash and debris three months after hair-care giant John Paul Jones De Joria, a high-profile environmental activist, staged a publicized cleanup of his property there. The refuse includes bags of trash left over from the cleanup De Joria organized in early summer, and provides evidence that illegal dumping has continued on the land, despite De Joria's promise to erect barriers and take other steps to reduce the problem.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 1992 | JEFF KRAMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Malibu's scenic Tuna Canyon remains strewn with trash and debris three months after hair-care giant John Paul Jones De Joria, a high-profile environmental activist, staged a publicized cleanup of his property there. The refuse includes bags of trash left over from the cleanup De Joria organized in early summer, and provides evidence that illegal dumping has continued on the land, despite De Joria's promise to erect barriers and take other steps to reduce the problem.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1993 | JEFF KRAMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The creator of a global hair care empire, John Paul Jones de Joria has a wizard's touch for making things happen. But he just cannot make Scott Mathes disappear. For more than a year, Mathes, an environmental activist, has criticized the wealthy co-founder of Paul Mitchell Systems about the condition of his trash-strewn property in Malibu's scenic Tuna Canyon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1992 | JEFF KRAMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He zipped into Tuna Canyon in his jet black, 200-horsepower Vector TwinTurbo, the one with the doors that open upward like the Batmobile. Bare-chested and tanned, he plunged into a long-awaited cleanup of his trash-strewn Malibu property, working right alongside 20 young men and women he had bused in from South-Central Los Angeles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1992 | JEFF KRAMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Paul Jones De Joria's planet-saving endeavors include racing solar cars and fighting to save a rain forest in southern Oregon. His mega-successful line of Paul Mitchell hair-care products carry labels proclaiming their environmental friendliness.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1993
John Paul Jones de Joria must be kidding about creating the world's first environmentally friendly golf course in underdeveloped upper Tuna Canyon, which is noted for its important riparian habitat. How can the creation of a golf course, which would destroy the natural environment being built on, be environmentally friendly? How many golf courses do we need anyway? Why not leave Tuna Canyon in its natural state and, instead, encourage environmental friendliness on existing golf courses?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1992 | JAMES QUINN
The motives and truthfulness of alleged victims emerged as prime issues as final arguments got under way Monday in Van Nuys Superior Court in the fraud trial of Mark R. Weinberg. Weinberg, 37, a onetime Beverly Hills commodities broker and television producer, is charged with defrauding wealthy clients of more than $1 million by diverting to his own use money they gave him for investments.
BUSINESS
June 16, 1989 | JANE APPLEGATE
Ten Los Angeles area small businesses and their owners were honored Thursday as part of the "Entrepreneur of the Year" program sponsored by the accounting firm of Arthur Young and Inc. magazine. The winners, announced shortly after Mayor Tom Bradley declared June 15 "Entrepreneur's Day" in Los Angeles, will compete in a national competition for entrepreneur of the year. EPI Products, the Culver City maker of Epilady personal care products, won the competition among companies less than 5 years old. Arlene Krok is president.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1992 | JEFF KRAMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
He zipped into Tuna Canyon in his jet black, 200-horsepower Vector TwinTurbo, the one with the doors that open upward like the Batmobile. Bare-chested and tanned, he plunged into a long-awaited cleanup of his trash-strewn Malibu property, working right alongside 20 young men and women he had bused in from South-Central Los Angeles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 15, 1992 | JEFF KRAMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Paul Jones De Joria's planet-saving endeavors include racing solar cars and fighting to save a rain forest in southern Oregon. His mega-successful line of Paul Mitchell hair-care products carry labels proclaiming their environmental friendliness.
NEWS
December 20, 1991 | BETH ANN KRIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John Paul Jones De Joria and Michelle Gilliam--better known as Michelle Phillips of the Mamas and the Papas and "Knot's Landing"--first joined forces in their junior year at Marshall High. Phillips recalls that neither of them was part of the "social-climbing set" and at least one of their teachers predicted they would flunk adulthood.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1992 | JAMES QUINN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley and Dist. Atty. Ira Reiner can be called to testify at the fraud trial of a former commodities broker who once gave them hefty campaign contributions, a Van Nuys Superior Court judge ruled Thursday. Mark R. Weinberg, 37, who is facing 12 felony charges, also was given permission to subpoena U.S. Sen. Alan Cranston, for whom Weinberg hosted a posh reception in the mid-1980s at his Beverly Hills home.
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