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January 1, 2001 | LYNELL GEORGE
Whether you thought of it as the first year of the third millennium or the last year of the second millennium, 2000 was a rich time for purveyors of feature stories. Today, Southern California Living publishes postscripts to the tales of some we've profiled in the previous 12 months. Together, the stories give a glimpse of the startling range of life that has been chronicled in these pages.
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January 1, 2001 | LYNELL GEORGE
Whether you thought of it as the first year of the third millennium or the last year of the second millennium, 2000 was a rich time for purveyors of feature stories. Today, Southern California Living publishes postscripts to the tales of some we've profiled in the previous 12 months. Together, the stories give a glimpse of the startling range of life that has been chronicled in these pages.
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July 5, 2000 | LYNELL GEORGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's certainly not breaking news that a lot of women carry more than a towel, Walkman and cross-trainers to the gym. Too many also are accompanied by a pantheon of motivational, albeit unrealistic, muses--perpetually hipless and flab-free. Nor is it a headline-grabber that a trip to the mall increasingly finds women in an authentic "Alice in Wonderland" adventure--"What a curious feeling!"--when a "large" has suddenly become "small" and "small" looks like it belongs in the toy department.
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July 5, 2000 | LYNELL GEORGE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's certainly not breaking news that a lot of women carry more than a towel, Walkman and cross-trainers to the gym. Too many also are accompanied by a pantheon of motivational, albeit unrealistic, muses--perpetually hipless and flab-free. Nor is it a headline-grabber that a trip to the mall increasingly finds women in an authentic "Alice in Wonderland" adventure--"What a curious feeling!"--when a "large" has suddenly become "small" and "small" looks like it belongs in the toy department.
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