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March 11, 2001
Judy Rosen of Judy's Dovecote is one of the few Southern Californians who raises white racing pigeons to release rather than race. As such she has been a memorable part of events as diverse as the Rose Parade, a recent memorial service for Alaska Airlines crash victims and a romantic moment between pop music's former first couple, Sean "Puffy" Combs and Jennifer Lopez, before they broke up in mid-February. "One of the nice things about what I do is I get to be the surprise," Rosen says.
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March 11, 2001
Judy Rosen of Judy's Dovecote is one of the few Southern Californians who raises white racing pigeons to release rather than race. As such she has been a memorable part of events as diverse as the Rose Parade, a recent memorial service for Alaska Airlines crash victims and a romantic moment between pop music's former first couple, Sean "Puffy" Combs and Jennifer Lopez, before they broke up in mid-February. "One of the nice things about what I do is I get to be the surprise," Rosen says.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 1989 | Judy B. Rosener
During 1989, many Orange County residents wrote about their thoughts and feelings in commentary pieces for Orange County opinion pages. As the year comes to a close, we look back on some of those thoughts. It is no accident that those who use Coast Highway have a glorious view of the Pacific Ocean for a three-mile stretch along the Irvine Coast. It is no accident that the public now has access to the beaches that hug the bluffs that line the water's edge.
NEWS
November 3, 1996 | JANET WISCOMBE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A professional woman who runs a large merger and acquisition company arrives early for a flight. She stops in the airport bar for a drink. A man approaches her. "Would you like a little company?" he asks. "Sure," she responds brightly. "Have you got one for sale?" * Judy Rosener, a beguiling 66-year-old feminist in a designer suit, delights in telling such jokes and shattering stereotypes. Whether sharing the stage with Gen.
BUSINESS
December 3, 1990 | Anne Michaud, a free-lance writer who contributes regularly to The Times
It sounds like a feminist dream from the future. For similar jobs in similar companies, women are paid the same as men, both worry equally about the conflict between work and family, and career women can marry and still reach the top--in fact, 70% already have. But a new study conducted by Judy Rosener, a UCI professor of management, says that dream is today's reality.
NEWS
November 3, 1996 | JANET WISCOMBE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A professional woman who runs a large merger and acquisition company arrives early for a flight. She stops in the airport bar for a drink. A man approaches her. "Would you like a little company?" he asks. "Sure," she responds brightly. "Have you got one for sale?" * Judy Rosener, a beguiling 66-year-old feminist in a designer suit, delights in telling such jokes and shattering stereotypes. Whether sharing the stage with Gen.
NEWS
February 15, 1994 | SHARI ROAN
Single-sperm injection has created excitement among infertile couples, some of whom had dropped their plans to have a baby. "That is one of the big dilemmas in the community: When do you stop treatment or try again?" says Judy Rosen, co-president of the Greater Los Angeles RESOLVE, a support and information network for infertile couples. "We deal with this issue all the time. For many couples, finances, age and emotional issues are factors in their decision," she says.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 2013 | Dan Weikel, Laura J. Nelson
Fleeing airline passengers spilled onto restricted aircraft ramps at Los Angeles International Airport. Travelers were stuck in terminals for hours with little information. Outside, people - many towing their luggage - streamed onto Sepulveda, Lincoln and Century boulevards. Ground transportation at LAX was paralyzed almost all day. "It was like a science fiction movie, like the 'Day the World Ended,' " said Schalon Harrison Newton, a businessman who was trapped for almost eight hours at the Tom Bradley International Terminal after arriving from Japan.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 2013 | By Laura J. Nelson and Matt Stevens
What one Los Angeles International Airport official called a “logistical nightmare” played out Saturday afternoon inside Terminal 3 as passengers who had fled in the midst of Friday's shooting rampage returned to search for their belongings -- resulting in long lines and hot tempers. Gina Marie Lindsey, executive director of Los Angeles World Airports, announced at a press conference Saturday afternoon that LAX was "returning to normal" and Terminal 3 is fully operational. But she also acknowledged that operations were "very, very busy.” "We greatly appreciate the public's patience because of this," she said.  In the wake of the shooting that killed a Transportation Security Administration officer and left several others injured, people who had lost their bags and personal effects in the chaos were essentially sent on a scavenger hunt for their belongings.
BUSINESS
September 13, 2011 | David Lazarus
You can't know how big a hassle it is to have your identity stolen until some scammer enters your life and starts taking over. Michael Kalbs and his wife, Judy Rosen, learned this the hard way recently when they discovered that someone was applying for -- and receiving -- credit cards in Rosen's name and running up thousands of dollars in bills for gas and other everyday purchases. Then they had to spend weeks untangling the mess with various banks, businesses and credit reporting companies.
BUSINESS
December 3, 1990 | Anne Michaud, a free-lance writer who contributes regularly to The Times
It sounds like a feminist dream from the future. For similar jobs in similar companies, women are paid the same as men, both worry equally about the conflict between work and family, and career women can marry and still reach the top--in fact, 70% already have. But a new study conducted by Judy Rosener, a UCI professor of management, says that dream is today's reality.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 31, 1989 | Judy B. Rosener
During 1989, many Orange County residents wrote about their thoughts and feelings in commentary pieces for Orange County opinion pages. As the year comes to a close, we look back on some of those thoughts. It is no accident that those who use Coast Highway have a glorious view of the Pacific Ocean for a three-mile stretch along the Irvine Coast. It is no accident that the public now has access to the beaches that hug the bluffs that line the water's edge.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 7, 1990 | BETSY BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Owners of the Country Club nightspot in Reseda, which has struggled financially since it lost its liquor and dancing permits 20 months ago, are planning to reapply for permission to serve alcohol, company officials said. Weekends have not been idle at the 982-seat music and boxing club, as an outdoor marquee advertising concerts by such music groups as "Dead and Bloated," "Nirvana" and "Flotsam and Jetsam" attests.
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