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May 19, 1991 | Liz Brody
Group therapy, health clubs and the Polo Lounge--once networking hot spots--are now strictly passe. These days, heavy-hitters take a power . . . facial. Step into Nance Mitchell's private, by-appointment-only skin-care parlor in Beverly Hills, oh nonbelievers, and catch some serious business-card swapping. Some clients, such as filmmakers Matia Karrell and Tim Healy, schedule side-by-side facials, instead of power lunches, to talk shop.
February 10, 1988 | Marylouise Oates
"It's not just the committee. The interesting thing is the crowd they will be bringing," Douglas S. Cramer said. Welcome to power partying, which will reach new punch when the American Ballet Theatre opens with its Los Angeles Gala March 1. When Cramer signed on as a member of the ABT board, he was convinced that the annual opening extravaganza for the ABT's L.A. stay could be a very major event.
April 11, 2013 | By Mike Boehm
Bruce Karatz, one of three new members elected this week to the board of L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art, said in an interview Wednesday that he's taken an interest in MOCA since the late 1970s, when it didn't even exist. During an art event in the south of France - Karatz was then head of homebuilder KB Home's French division - he listened to his boss and mentor, Eli Broad, discuss the need for a contemporary art museum in Los Angeles with Marcia Simon Weisman, another key figure in MOCA's launch.
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