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May 20, 1998
Small-business owners can get information on financing, resources and using the Internet at the 17th annual Small Business Awards luncheon June 5 at the Hotel Inter-Continental in downtown Los Angeles. Jack Kyser, chief economist for the Los Angeles Economic Development Corp., and Alberto Alvarado, district director of the Los Angeles office of the Small Business Administration, will be among the speakers. The awards ceremony is part of National Small Business Week.
August 10, 2000
Architectural landmarks selected by Nicolai Ouroussoff (Page 11). Eames House (203 Chautauqua Blvd., Pacific Palisades, [310] 459-9663). Built in the mid-1940s as part of the Case Study House program. Self-guided, exterior visits only, appointment required. Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Through first week of September, take an exterior tour with an Eames staff member, 11 a.m. Thursdays only. Phone for appointment. Ennis Brown House (2655 Glendower Ave., Los Angeles, [323] 668-0234 for reservations).
January 13, 1994
Do you love cats and dogs? Written any plays that are languishing unpublished in your bedroomdesk drawer? Or maybe your ancestors fought in the Civil War? There are scholarships for people like you, based on your financial situation, ethnicity, academic interests and even your hobbies or your parents' professions. All you have to do is find the money.
March 17, 2005 | Steve Baltin, Special to The Times
Dublin-born actor Patrick Bergin finds it amusing that St. Patrick's Day has come to be an excuse for hard-core partying. "It's ironic that St. Patrick brought Christianity to Ireland and to repay him the pagans celebrate by getting drunk," says Bergin ("Sleeping With the Enemy," "Ella Enchanted"), who played the title role in the 2000 made-for-TV movie "St. Patrick: The Irish Legend." "That spiritual side of him is important.
April 30, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
Plan ahead if you want to get around downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, when May Day demonstrations are expected to bring area traffic to a grinding halt. Some 30,000 people are expected to gather at Olympic Boulevard and Figueroa Street Wednesday to demonstrate in favor of comprehensive immigration reform. Streets and intersections throughout the area will begin closing at 6 a.m. and won't reopen until as late as 9 p.m. Most intersections on either side of Broadway -- Hill and Spring streets, between Olympic and Ord Street -- will be closed.
September 16, 1990 | RUTH REICHL
My first real date took me to the Copacabana. I was impressed. Being taken there made me feel very grown up. A man in a tuxedo led us to our table, walking us past ladies in low-cut gowns who smelled of perfume and leaned towards their companions whispering sophisticated words. Everybody was beautiful; there were buckets of Champagne on all the tables.
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