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December 30, 1993 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Juan Andres deHaseth has made a midlife career switch that would give most people whiplash. "I spent the last 25 years in cosmetics," said the Laguna Beach resident, holding up the tip of one finger. "We made 180 items for that little area of the body right there." Shifting from fake fingernails to broadcasting, he now works from a corner office of Hollywood's CNN building as president and owner of Radio LABIO, the nation's first Spanish-language talk radio network. Launched Nov.
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December 30, 1993 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Juan Andres deHaseth has made a midlife career switch that would give most people whiplash. "I spent the last 25 years in cosmetics," said the Laguna Beach resident, holding up the tip of one finger. "We made 180 items for that little area of the body right there." Shifting from fake fingernails to broadcasting, he now works from a corner office of Hollywood's CNN building as president and owner of Radio LABIO, the nation's first Spanish-language talk radio network. Launched Nov.
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August 20, 1994 | JEFF BEAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cheryl Bess leaned toward the microphone to let radio listeners know whose horn was blowing. "From David Sanborn to Norman Brown, keeping you jazzed, KSBR-FM," Bess said coolly while preparing for the next round of songs in a small booth at Saddleback College. Bess, 25, hopes to follow in the path of KSBR-FM alumni who dot the Southern California radio landscape with success. "The deejays on the air are students, but they sound like professionals," she said.
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December 18, 1993 | RICK VANDERKNYFF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Juan Andres deHaseth has made a midlife career switch that would give most people whiplash. "I spent the last 25 years in cosmetics," said the Laguna Beach resident, holding up the tip of one finger. "We made 180 items for that little area of the body right there." Shifting from fake fingernails to broadcasting, he now works from a corner office of Hollywood's CNN building as president and owner of Radio LABIO, the nation's first Spanish-language talk radio network. Launched Nov.
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