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May 24, 1991 | KATHLEEN DOHENY
This spring, pleated skirts are as plentiful as they used to be at Catholic girls' school. Today's pleated skirts attract buyers of all ages and figure types, designers say. Anyone can slip on a short, pleated skirt and feel instantly energized. Until, that is, they sit through gridlock on the San Diego Freeway and emerge to find their posterior pleatless. So, how does one keep pleats in their place?
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February 25, 2001 | ANNE-MARIE O'CONNOR
TELL HER SHE IS ONE OF THE BEST DRY CLEANERS IN LOS ANGELES, AND SHE CRISPLY CORRECTS you. "I'm one of the best dry cleaners in the country," the owner of Brown's Cleaners asserts. And she can't talk long, she's leaving for a ski vacation near Vail. Well, before you go, Mrs. Brown-- "There never was a Brown. Brown is just an easier name," she corrects again. This is the estimable Lois von Morganroth, the Miss Porter's, the Leonardo da Vinci, the Martha Stewart of dry cleaning.
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June 2, 1991 | PATRICIA WARD BIEDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The shiitake mushroom is not yet endangered and the Mercedes still roam, but even on the Westside times are tough. Indeed, the recession has changed David Stephens' life, including the way he plays golf. Last year, the 31-year-old vice president of a Westside catering company had an ocean-view apartment in Marina del Rey. He didn't hesitate to spend $35 for a haircut or $125 to have his car detailed. And weekends he regularly plunked down $65 to play 18 holes of golf. No longer.
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