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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1995 | JOHN POPE
City officials Thursday celebrated the grand opening of Rose Gardens, an $8.6-million apartment complex financed in part with city redevelopment funds for low- to moderate-income senior citizens. Tenants have been moving into the three-story, Old English-style complex since late May, officials said, but the construction of a central courtyard and garden was recently finished. The 132-unit complex, at 13th and Monroe streets near the Civic Center, has about 45 tenants so far, officials said.
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BUSINESS
April 24, 2014 | By Tiffany Hsu
Simon Malls unveiled the $100-million expansion of its Desert Hills Premium Outlets in Cabazon on Thursday, allowing crowds of tourists and shoppers to stream into new off-price stores from Alexander McQueen, Valentino, Fendi and more. Fifty new outlet stores make up the 146,000-square-foot build-out. The McQueen store, along with the Helmut Lang and Belstaff shops, marks a first foray into the outlet world in the U.S. Simon also added a 1,100-space parking garage, new landscaping, lighting and wider walkways.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 2, 2000 | Scott Schudy, (949) 248-2153
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new eight-acre Creekside Park at Stonehill Drive and Camino Capistrano is scheduled for Friday at 3 p.m. Members of the City Council, the Planning Commission and the Capistrano Bay Park and Recreation Board are expected to attend the opening of the $1.2-million park. For more information, call (949) 496-4251.
NEWS
January 31, 2012 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
The Mob Museum opening in Las Vegas on Feb. 14 has a message for wannabe brides and grooms: Be the first to set foot inside the museum -- and get married too. Seven couples will be selected randomly to tie the knot or renew vows at the courthouse-turned-museum at 300 Stewart Ave. Couples 21 and older have until 11:59 PST tonight (Tuesday) to enter the Married at the Mob Museum  contest. Other perks: airfare for two from a U.S. location to Las Vegas, a two-night stay at the El Cortez Hotel (once owned by mob leader Bugsy Siegel )
NEWS
June 7, 1986 | United Press International
First Lady Nancy Reagan will join American and French schoolchildren in a ribbon-cutting ceremony July 5 on Ellis Island in New York to officially reopen the Statue of Liberty to the public, it was announced Friday.
REAL ESTATE
June 7, 1987
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held last week for the renovation of the landmark Stock Exchange Building, 618 S. Spring St., built just before the Crash of 1929, The $7-million project to restore offices and construct a restaurant/dance club, is expected to be completed in August. The Pacific Stock Exchange was housed for years in the building until it relocated last year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 1991
A widened and straightened Irvine Boulevard through El Toro Marine Corps Air Station, designed to relieve a major bottleneck for commuters, will be opened to traffic Friday. County and Marine officials will attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Friday near the intersection of Irvine Boulevard and Lambert Road. Orange County Supervisor Gaddi H. Vasquez and Brig. Gen. Tom Adams will drive the first vehicles along the realigned, 3.5-mile segment. The $3.
NEWS
April 9, 1991
Former President Jimmy Carter will be here for a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sunday at the Beijing Artificial Limbs Factory, which was designed to double China's production of artificial limbs. "There are 7.55 million people in China who have lost limbs, and 450,000 are in need of artificial limbs," factory director Zhang Xiaoqin recently told the official China Daily. The factory will turn out 30,000 limbs each year.
NEWS
June 25, 1991 | From Associated Press
President Bush on Monday said his health problems are over and he is "back, 100%." Bush pronounced himself physically fit on a return visit to Bethesda Naval Hospital, where he was taken on May 4 because of an irregular heartbeat. He was later diagnosed as having a thyroid disorder. "I'm glad we don't have to stay this time," the 67-year-old Bush joked as he presided at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for newly constructed quarters for military families who visit seriously ill patients.
NEWS
June 13, 2011 | By Benoit Lebourgeois, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Doors to the new Santa Barbara Airport terminal that will serve the Southern California coastal city will not swing open until mid-July, but starting this week, the public can get sneak peaks at the Spanish Colonial Revival-style facility. On Friday, the formal-minded can done cocktail attire and whip out their wallets  for the " Art of Travel ," a red-carpet evening gala with music, food, wine and beer and local politicians and personalities mingling around a vintage DC-3 airplane.
NEWS
June 13, 2011 | By Benoit Lebourgeois, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Doors to the new Santa Barbara Airport terminal that will serve the Southern California coastal city will not swing open until mid-July, but starting this week, the public can get sneak peaks at the Spanish Colonial Revival-style facility. On Friday, the formal-minded can done cocktail attire and whip out their wallets  for the " Art of Travel ," a red-carpet evening gala with music, food, wine and beer and local politicians and personalities mingling around a vintage DC-3 airplane.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 15, 2010 | By Rong-Gong Lin II, Los Angeles Times
Even as the doors open this month on a new $43-million building to house the inaugural nursing class at Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science, the university's interim president warned that the long-struggling institution is already in danger of losing the facility. Beginning in September, the university will be forced to begin burning through a reserve fund to make loan payments, Dr. Keith Norris said in an interview with The Times. Without assistance from a government agency, foundation, charity or some other organization, Norris said, within six months the school could run out of money to pay for the 120-student nursing school building.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 2, 2000 | Scott Schudy, (949) 248-2153
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new eight-acre Creekside Park at Stonehill Drive and Camino Capistrano is scheduled for Friday at 3 p.m. Members of the City Council, the Planning Commission and the Capistrano Bay Park and Recreation Board are expected to attend the opening of the $1.2-million park. For more information, call (949) 496-4251.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1995 | JOHN POPE
City officials Thursday celebrated the grand opening of Rose Gardens, an $8.6-million apartment complex financed in part with city redevelopment funds for low- to moderate-income senior citizens. Tenants have been moving into the three-story, Old English-style complex since late May, officials said, but the construction of a central courtyard and garden was recently finished. The 132-unit complex, at 13th and Monroe streets near the Civic Center, has about 45 tenants so far, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1994 | MATTHEW MOSK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The hottest tickets in Thousand Oaks were on sale at The Oaks mall Tuesday morning, as about 50 people lined up to reserve seats for events at the soon-to-be-completed Civic Arts Plaza. At a ribbon-cutting ceremony, city officials opened the Civic Arts Plaza box office in the mall and then scurried to find places in line before the more popular shows sold out.
NEWS
June 25, 1991 | From Associated Press
President Bush on Monday said his health problems are over and he is "back, 100%." Bush pronounced himself physically fit on a return visit to Bethesda Naval Hospital, where he was taken on May 4 because of an irregular heartbeat. He was later diagnosed as having a thyroid disorder. "I'm glad we don't have to stay this time," the 67-year-old Bush joked as he presided at a ribbon-cutting ceremony for newly constructed quarters for military families who visit seriously ill patients.
BUSINESS
April 24, 2014 | By Tiffany Hsu
Simon Malls unveiled the $100-million expansion of its Desert Hills Premium Outlets in Cabazon on Thursday, allowing crowds of tourists and shoppers to stream into new off-price stores from Alexander McQueen, Valentino, Fendi and more. Fifty new outlet stores make up the 146,000-square-foot build-out. The McQueen store, along with the Helmut Lang and Belstaff shops, marks a first foray into the outlet world in the U.S. Simon also added a 1,100-space parking garage, new landscaping, lighting and wider walkways.
NEWS
January 31, 2012 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
The Mob Museum opening in Las Vegas on Feb. 14 has a message for wannabe brides and grooms: Be the first to set foot inside the museum -- and get married too. Seven couples will be selected randomly to tie the knot or renew vows at the courthouse-turned-museum at 300 Stewart Ave. Couples 21 and older have until 11:59 PST tonight (Tuesday) to enter the Married at the Mob Museum  contest. Other perks: airfare for two from a U.S. location to Las Vegas, a two-night stay at the El Cortez Hotel (once owned by mob leader Bugsy Siegel )
NEWS
April 9, 1991
Former President Jimmy Carter will be here for a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sunday at the Beijing Artificial Limbs Factory, which was designed to double China's production of artificial limbs. "There are 7.55 million people in China who have lost limbs, and 450,000 are in need of artificial limbs," factory director Zhang Xiaoqin recently told the official China Daily. The factory will turn out 30,000 limbs each year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 1991
A widened and straightened Irvine Boulevard through El Toro Marine Corps Air Station, designed to relieve a major bottleneck for commuters, will be opened to traffic Friday. County and Marine officials will attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Friday near the intersection of Irvine Boulevard and Lambert Road. Orange County Supervisor Gaddi H. Vasquez and Brig. Gen. Tom Adams will drive the first vehicles along the realigned, 3.5-mile segment. The $3.
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