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October 1, 1997 | Patrice Apodaca
Raising enough capital to expand their fledgling businesses is one of the biggest challenges facing entrepreneurs in Orange County. Hoping to alleviate that problem, UC Irvine's Accelerate program began offering a new government service this year aimed at linking small firms with investors over the Internet.
October 3, 2008 | Randy Lewis, Times Staff Writer
Nick Reynolds, who as a college student grabbed a guitar, donned a broad-striped button-down shirt and quickly helped propel the 1950s folk music revival to the top of the pop music charts as a founding member of the Kingston Trio, died Wednesday in San Diego. He was 75. Reynolds had been hospitalized in recent weeks with acute respiratory disease, his son, Josh Reynolds, said Thursday. The group's recording of the tragic 19th century folk ballad "Tom Dooley" went to No.
August 1, 2002 | From Associated Press
The New York Mets bolstered their pitching staff, acquiring starter John Thomson from the Colorado Rockies and reliever Steve Reed from the San Diego Padres before Wednesday's nonwaiver deadline. The Mets got Thomson and outfielder Mark Little from the Rockies for outfielder Jay Payton, right-hander Mark Corey and minor league outfielder Robert Stratton. "I'm surprised we got a starter," Met General Manager Steve Phillips said. "I wasn't very confident we would.
April 5, 2004 | Tony Perry, Times Staff Writer
The weather is stifling, the landscape bleak. Four Marines are sitting in their Humvee doing what Marines often do: waiting. From time immemorial, military service involves a lot of waiting: waiting for orders, waiting to get moving, waiting to get into position, waiting to return to base, waiting in line for chow and mail.
August 17, 1986 | TOM MINEHART, Associated Press
He hands out pictures of himself crushing packs of Camels, blaming smoking for the death of his father and millions of other people. He appears on television talk shows, writes the President, and testifies before a congressional committee, condemning cigarette advertising as immoral. This tobacco town has seen it all before, except for one thing: This crusader is the grandson of R.J. Reynolds, the founder of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. of Winston-Salem.
April 29, 1990 | KATHLEEN DOHENY, Doheny is a free-lance writer who contributes regularly to The Times.
Midway through a steamy Friday afternoon, a tanker truck overturned on the Golden State Freeway northwest of downtown Los Angeles, spewing gasoline near the Colorado Street exit. Caltrans predicted that the tie-up would last until at least 7 p.m. Work-weary drivers swore, snarled and chain-smoked their way up the pavement, nearly all of them looking impatient--except the pony-tailed woman in the battered white van.
Josh Reynolds has always been something of a New Age pioneer. A biofeedback clinician-turned-inventor, the Newport Beach-based entrepreneur gave the world the Mood Ring and was the muse behind the ThighMaster exercise machine. Now he's heading a start-up called Cognitive Diagnostics Inc., which is developing intelligence-enhancing "brain software" for people worried about keeping their gray matter in shape.
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