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April 26, 2013 | By Jay Jones
Chef Emeril Lagasse will bring his passion for seafood to three of his Las Vegas restaurants during a  celebration of soft shell crab May 6-12. Delmonico Steakhouse , Emeril's New Orleans Fish House and Table 10 each will feature three to four soft shell crab dishes, with different offerings for lunch and dinner. Prices will range from $20 to $40. The evening menu at Delmonico Steakhouse, which is inside the Venetian , will feature a crispy soft shell crab Louis salad.
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BUSINESS
July 21, 1989 | CHRIS KRAUL, San Diego County Business Editor
Hoping for more success at going public than in its first try, which was aborted after the October, 1987 stock-market crash, Chart House Enterprises announced Thursday a second attempt in two years at completing an initial public stock offering. According to a registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Chart House plans to sell 2.8 million newly issued shares priced from $11 to $13 each, meaning the company could raise up to $36.4 million.
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March 24, 1989 | DAVID NELSON
The American discovery of the chocolate truffle made life easier for charity committees, which used to scramble for new ideas--monogrammed paperweights and similar dust catchers, for example--for the party favors customarily handed out to guests at top-ticket fund-raisers. But there is inflation even in the party favor racket, as witnessed by the miniature bottles of Photoplex sunscreen lotion handed out at Saturday's "Pacific Passage" benefit for the UC San Diego Cancer Center.
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November 24, 1987 | JIM MANN, Times Staff Writer
While working as a Chinese seaman, Zhu Chunfu made all the preparations. He saved his money at the rate of 27 cents a day. He established his trustworthiness with Chinese authorities by taking walks on the piers of ports around the world and then dutifully returning to his ship. Finally, in October, 1984, he made his break. When Zhu's ship docked in Houston, he went for yet another walk on the dock. This time, he slipped away and hid in an old warehouse.
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