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December 16, 1993 | From Associated Press
A former kitchen worker who had been fired was arrested in a shooting rampage at a family restaurant that left four employees dead, authorities said Wednesday. A fifth employee survived despite being shot in the jaw, and managed to alert police. Nathan Dunlap, 19, was being held for investigation of four counts of first-degree murder in the slayings Tuesday night at the Chuck E Cheese restaurant in this Denver suburb. The victims were shot in the head.
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December 14, 2006 | Carol J. Williams, Times Staff Writer
Immigrants in multicultural Miami had the final word Wednesday in a monthlong battle with Colorado Republican Rep. Tom Tancredo: Adios. A speech by Tancredo to the Rotary Club of Miami scheduled for today was canceled after the Key Biscayne restaurant that hosts the group's weekly lunch meetings announced that the congressman critical of immigration was not welcome there.
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BUSINESS
May 1, 1991 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They came from Los Angeles with Hollywood money and haute cuisine. But four months later, the celebrity proprietors of a glitzy Aspen, Colo., restaurant left in a rush, stiffing workers on their paychecks and leaving suppliers with thousands of dollars in unpaid bills, police say. "They have left owing money," confirmed Aspen police Sgt.
NEWS
December 16, 1993 | From Associated Press
A former kitchen worker who had been fired was arrested in a shooting rampage at a family restaurant that left four employees dead, authorities said Wednesday. A fifth employee survived despite being shot in the jaw, and managed to alert police. Nathan Dunlap, 19, was being held for investigation of four counts of first-degree murder in the slayings Tuesday night at the Chuck E Cheese restaurant in this Denver suburb. The victims were shot in the head.
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December 14, 2006 | Carol J. Williams, Times Staff Writer
Immigrants in multicultural Miami had the final word Wednesday in a monthlong battle with Colorado Republican Rep. Tom Tancredo: Adios. A speech by Tancredo to the Rotary Club of Miami scheduled for today was canceled after the Key Biscayne restaurant that hosts the group's weekly lunch meetings announced that the congressman critical of immigration was not welcome there.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 2007 | Anna Gorman, Times Staff Writer
First, Jollibee and Goldilocks -- both popular restaurants in the Philippines -- opened their doors in 2005. The next year came Seafood City, a supermarket that features an almost endless supply of seafood and other Filipino specialties. Today there are seven shops and restaurants clustered together at Eagle Rock Plaza, a mall that caters to thousands of local Filipinos.
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February 23, 1989 | MIKE SPENCER, Times Staff Writer
If Michael Finch had a name like, say, Paul Newman, he would probably be retired by now instead of laboring every day teaching people how to use computers. Finch, 41, of San Clemente, bottled his own salad dressing long before the actor did, but the sales were confined to a small group of restaurants in Colorado. And, possibly because the label didn't include a set of sky-blue eyes, Finch's product didn't exactly take off, so he completed his education and got involved with computers.
BUSINESS
November 19, 1985 | ARIAN COLLINS, Times Staff Writer
Carl Karcher, chairman and chief executive of Carl Karcher Enterprises, likes to exude an old-fashioned, on-the-farm attitude. He held true to form when he spoke Monday at a University of San Diego-sponsored business seminar, where he touted the benefits of positive thinking, warned against worshiping money and hailed the spirit of competition.
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December 3, 1992 | MIKE SPENCER, Mike Spencer is a member of The Times Orange County Edition staff. and
The holidays mean entertaining, and entertaining means hors d'oeuvres, and hors d'oeuvres mean a lot of fuss and feathers, time and expense. Right? Not necessarily, says Ed Mitchell, executive chef of the Center Club in Costa Mesa. He says you can impress your guests with elegant hors d'oeuvres done both on the cheap and well ahead of time so that you can be an omnipresent host or hostess. His best example: Not one, but two hors d'oeuvres made from a single chicken wing.
BUSINESS
March 3, 1985 | Ron S. Heinzel
The frenetic "paper chase" for an MBA degree leaves little time for humor or frivolity, but a group of students at the Stanford Business School are experimenting with a way to reduce stress and to add a touch of human warmth to their studies. If they succeed, the school might add a course to the curriculum: "Dare to Hug."
BUSINESS
May 1, 1991 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They came from Los Angeles with Hollywood money and haute cuisine. But four months later, the celebrity proprietors of a glitzy Aspen, Colo., restaurant left in a rush, stiffing workers on their paychecks and leaving suppliers with thousands of dollars in unpaid bills, police say. "They have left owing money," confirmed Aspen police Sgt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 1999 | AGNES DIGGS and RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Every New Year's Eve is the same for the Bartleys of Phoenix. They decamp from their home bearing many of their worldly goods, head 380 miles west to Los Angeles, and set it all down on the southwest corner of Madison Avenue and Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena. That's been the routine for the past 16 years. On Thursday, they made it 17, joining thousands of others spending a chilly night staking out prime viewing space along the 5 1/2-mile route of this morning's Rose Parade.
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December 9, 1990 | PAT HANNA KUEHL, Kuehl is a Denver free-lance writer.
Eat high in the Rockies during ski season when the designer-parka clientele arrives, liberating the resort chefs to create pricey dining experiences. Or dine on a budget. The trick for the food lover is to plan an itinerary that includes some of the finest restaurants in Colorado, and season it with a few low-cost spots favored by locals.
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