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May 22, 2005 | Susan Freudenheim
By extending her Santa Monica condominium's living area onto her wraparound terrace, Julie Milligan has doubled her 1,650 square feet of usable space and created five new "rooms," each with its own personality. A bare deck with painted rails now houses a morning sitting room, barbecue-kitchen, dining area, living room and bedroom.
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May 22, 2005 | Susan Freudenheim
By extending her Santa Monica condominium's living area onto her wraparound terrace, Julie Milligan has doubled her 1,650 square feet of usable space and created five new "rooms," each with its own personality. A bare deck with painted rails now houses a morning sitting room, barbecue-kitchen, dining area, living room and bedroom.
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April 22, 1998
Re "Starr Says He Won't Take Jobs at Pepperdine," April 17: Perhaps independent counsel Kenneth Starr's decision to withdraw from promised positions at Pepperdine University will now free him in the future to assist the endeavors of the Rutherford Institute directly rather than indirectly. DAVID R. GINSBURG Beverly Hills Pepperdine faculty, students and alumni should be breathing a heavy sigh of relief to finally be disassociated from Starr, a man clearly disliked by a majority of Americans.
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October 25, 2001 | JULIE BAWDEN DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Julie Milligan is still unsure how it all happened. One day she's a Los Angeles family law attorney, the next she's created an award-winning landscape on a Santa Monica rooftop. Even stranger still, months later she finds herself waist-deep in Hawaiian earth, digging trenches for a 14-acre garden in Kauai. "Every day I ask myself, how did I go from a successful divorce lawyer to knowing 80 varieties of palm trees?" said the blond, slightly built Milligan as she sat in her garden recently.
OPINION
March 15, 2012
Internet envy Re " A digital desert ," Column One, March 12 Step 1: Start an online company. Step 2: Move to a place with no high-speed Internet. Step 3: Complain. This is totally ridiculous. I wouldn't own a manufacturing company and then move to Malibu and complain that I couldn't run it there, or start a day-care center, then complain that there was a bar next door. Want fast Internet access? Move. The article says that faster satellite access does exist, but it is limited and finicky.
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September 19, 2002 | SUSAN FREUDENHEIM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
She was an American expatriate who had moved to Paris after graduating from the San Francisco Art Institute, a romantic who loved the flourishes of the Neoclassical and Baroque periods. He was French, known for his spare designs for industrial-style furnishings and for an award-winning series of fashion shops around the world. They fell in love. It could have been a design nightmare. But, though they thought they were pretty well set in their ways, they surprised themselves.
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November 28, 1993 | Miles Corwin, Staff writer Miles Corwin covers crime for The Times. This is his first article for the magazine
A bunch of gangbangers are hanging out in front of a ramshackle Pacoima housing complex, swigging 40-ounce bottles of malt liquor and yelling gang slogans at passing cars. Inside their apartments, the residents fear that the action out on the street will turn to violence, maybe a drive-by shooting. They know that if they call the police, it might take hours before a squad car arrives. But now they have another option.
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