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March 18, 1993 | Greg Johnson / Times staff writer
It's the time of year when the Easter Bunny hops into local shopping malls for photo opportunities with young believers. He also draws a fair number of moms, dads and other potential shoppers. Yet, despite his fame, the bunny can't match the drawing power of the bearded man in the red suit. Last year, the bunny drummed up just 20% of the business that Santa Claus generated, said Stephanie D. Greene, marketing director for the Mall of Orange.
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NEWS
June 22, 1988 | ELIZABETH MEHREN
Nancy Reagan, the First Lady of the United States, also became the First Lady of Hockey on Tuesday. In an event hastily tacked on to her official schedule at the Economic Summit here, Mrs. Reagan visited the National Hockey League Hall of Fame here and was the first woman to be honored by the organization. She earned the honor, according to NHL President John Ziegler, when she participated in an NHL "Just Say No" salute at the Capital Centre outside Washington on March 25. As part of Mrs.
NEWS
June 21, 2013 | By Adam Tschorn
Italian luxury brand Dolce & Gabbana has created exclusive outfits for Bruno Mars' upcoming world tour that begins in Washington, D.C., the company recently announced. According to the announcement, the singer will be wearing a series of black Dolce & Gabbana tuxedos and white shirts in the first half of each show, before changing into "a bright red suit matched with an ocelot-printed shirt. "  “Bruno's style and music are so eclectic that oftentimes we have taken inspiration directly from his work to create looks that were at the same time in line with his very personal taste, as well as with the DNA of Dolce & Gabbana," designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana said in the announcement.
NEWS
December 24, 2013 | By James Bartlett
Forget the jolly fat man in the red suit. In Belfast, Northern Ireland's capital, kids and adults flock to see the Black Santa. Come rain or shine (or snow), the man known as Black Santa sits on the steps of Belfast Cathedral, the Cathedral Church of St Anne from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. from Dec. 17 to Christmas Eve. He's not there to give away gifts but to collect for about 150 local charities.    This Santa derives his name from the Anglican clerical cloak (or cowl) that the dean of the cathedral wears.
IMAGE
September 21, 2008 | Kavita Daswani, Special to The Times
GOOGLE "Hillary Clinton's pantsuits" and the thousands of pages that come up are an amalgamation of gentle mockery, a modicum of flattery and all-out derision. Punch line and rallying cry, those suits have been seared into the public consciousness. (Who can forget the bright tangerine number the former presidential candidate wore on the opening day of the Democratic National Convention last month?) But lost in the clamor was the designer.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 14, 2013 | By Christie DZurilla
That moment you learn your hero's not who you thought he was - that's how it was for an 18-month-old Massachusetts boy who was brought to tears by Robert Downey Jr.  Seems the kid expected to meet the real Iron Man. The one in the suit. Downey, who plays genius billionaire philanthropist playboy Tony Stark as well as the titular character in the "Iron Man" movies, had been in Sunderland, Mass., for a few weeks filming "The Judge" down the street from the Denno family when mom Heather Denno finally took up her husband's challenge to get a photo of the actor, the Boston Globe reported.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1994 | ANN W. O'NEILL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Burt Reynolds and Loni Anderson entered a Van Nuys courtroom through separate doors Tuesday, but they left hand-in-hand. After two days of excruciatingly detailed testimony about Reynolds' foundering financial affairs, the couple hammered out an agreement about how much monthly child support he should pay for their adopted 6-year-old son, Quinton. The agreement was reached in Superior Court Judge Robert M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 2007 | Ashley Powers, Times Staff Writer
Pacing next to the desk and U.S. flag in her district office in Garden Grove, the paradox that is Rep. Loretta Sanchez was on full display. The congresswoman ticked off a meaty legislative to-do list: immigration reform, port safety, stopping sex trafficking, revamping "terrible management" at the Department of Homeland Security. She was articulate and sharp, even magnetic. At the same time, she was shedding a red St.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 20, 1990 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Based on its premiere, "The Flash" traps a speedy man in a slow series. It debuts with a two-hour movie at 8 tonight on CBS (Channels 2 and 8), bringing America a superhero spun from a DC Comics character who fights crime with blinding velocity. It seems that Central City is being terrorized by biker punks led by a murderer named Pike who is mobilizing his leather-jacketed legions to take over the city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1990 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Those probably were not visions of sugarplums dancing through the head of the man I spied dozing on a bench in Santa Monica's Palisades Park. I leaned over him and offered my heartiest Ho! Ho! Ho! He awoke with a start and instinctively started throwing haymakers. Fortunately, he missed. "Oh, it's Santa," the man said when he got a clear look at me. "Sorry. I didn't know who it was."
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