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December 17, 1988 | MARIA L. La GANGA, Times Staff Writer
Her help was off for the day, she had just had her nails done, and Rae Jean Ryan was hungry. So she picked up the phone. An hour later, a $60-plus dinner for two was served, and Ryan never had to lift a finger: vegetable-filled spring rolls; Chinese dumplings with a spicy citrus sauce; homemade ravioli stuffed with smoked trout, ricotta and Parmesan cheeses; pan-fried crab cakes with mustard sauce, and, for dessert, chocolate-raspberry torte and a fruit tart. A miracle, you ask?
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December 17, 1988 | MARIA L. La GANGA, Times Staff Writer
Her help was off for the day, she had just had her nails done, and Rae Jean Ryan was hungry. So she picked up the phone. An hour later, a $60-plus dinner for two was served, and Ryan never had to lift a finger: vegetable-filled spring rolls; Chinese dumplings with a spicy citrus sauce; homemade ravioli stuffed with smoked trout, ricotta and Parmesan cheeses; pan-fried crab cakes with mustard sauce, and, for dessert, chocolate-raspberry torte and a fruit tart. A miracle, you ask?
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June 26, 1995 | STEPHANIE SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In spike-heeled gold boots and a swirl of yellow and green feathers, Euri Oliveira danced down the street, fluttering a plumed fan in front of his skimpy sequined bikini--what there was of it--decorated like the flag of his native Brazil. Preening and posing for snapshots, the tall, lanky Oliveira clearly relished the attention at Sunday's 25th annual Gay and Lesbian Pride Celebration in West Hollywood.
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April 17, 1987 | MARY ANN GALANTE, Time staff Writer
Orange County--already one of the most crowded markets in the country for business publications--will have yet another source of financial news when Orange Coast Magazine starts distributing a 32-page business supplement in July. The supplement is part of an ambitious expansion plan by Costa Mesa-based Orange Coast, which hopes to see readership swell from 35,000 to 50,000 within 18 months. With the new entrant, Orange County will have almost a dozen business-oriented publications.
BUSINESS
December 17, 1988 | MARIA L. La GANGA, Times Staff Writer
Her help was off for the day, she had just had her nails done, and Rae Jean Ryan was hungry. So she picked up the phone. An hour later, a $60-plus dinner for two was served, and Ryan never had to lift a finger: vegetable-filled spring rolls; Chinese dumplings with a spicy citrus sauce; homemade ravioli stuffed with smoked trout, ricotta and Parmesan cheeses; pan-fried crab cakes with mustard sauce, and, for dessert, chocolate-raspberry torte and a fruit tart. A miracle, you ask?
HOME & GARDEN
July 4, 2009 | Emily Young
When is a pool more than just a place to swim? Is it when it's the new focal point of a home? Is it when it's set against a fanciful light sculpture that sets the mood at twilight? Is it when it's part of an otherwise water-thrifty backyard? In the case of Lou Sawaya and Jimmy Wilson's recently updated home and garden in Pasadena, the answers are yes, yes and yes. Walking into the couple's midcentury modern house is like stepping into a contemporary art gallery.
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