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June 29, 2000 | ANGELA PETTERA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One Down: One, the 14-month-old restaurant with the minimalist name at 672 S. La Brea Ave., closed its doors after dinner Thursday. "One died today," owner Serge Burckel tells us, "butlife goes on." He thinks Los Angeles just wasn't into his kind of fusion cooking. (Of course, he was asking a lot of us by giving his place that fragmentary name). "I think I will leave L.A.," he says. "Disney [in Orlando, Fla.] made me an offer." * A Lot Less Smoke: Smoky Joe's has breathed its last breath.
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May 15, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Deal and Travel Blogger
Spa Nautica at Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey hosts a dog day this month with massages, acupressure, Reiki, stretching and strengthening for your hound -- for free. While pets receive their moments of spa bliss, owners can feel good by having a $99 massage that also helps fund an animal rescue organization. The deal: The free massage for dogs of all sizes will be performed by certified animal technicians, according to the hotel. For owners who indulge in their own Spa Nautica Massage at the hotel, it costs $99 for a 60-minute session, and 10% of the proceeds go to Much Love Animal Rescue in Los Angeles.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1992 | JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When plans for a Marina del Rey luxury hotel came before the California Coastal Commission about four years ago, Commissioner Mark L. Nathanson took an avid interest, even attending the major staff meeting regarding the project. Nathanson's presence at the meeting and his aggressive lobbying efforts on behalf of the Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey were highly unusual and inappropriate actions for a commissioner, according to some current and former members of the agency.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 29, 2000 | ANGELA PETTERA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
One Down: One, the 14-month-old restaurant with the minimalist name at 672 S. La Brea Ave., closed its doors after dinner Thursday. "One died today," owner Serge Burckel tells us, "butlife goes on." He thinks Los Angeles just wasn't into his kind of fusion cooking. (Of course, he was asking a lot of us by giving his place that fragmentary name). "I think I will leave L.A.," he says. "Disney [in Orlando, Fla.] made me an offer." * A Lot Less Smoke: Smoky Joe's has breathed its last breath.
NEWS
May 15, 2013 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Deal and Travel Blogger
Spa Nautica at Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey hosts a dog day this month with massages, acupressure, Reiki, stretching and strengthening for your hound -- for free. While pets receive their moments of spa bliss, owners can feel good by having a $99 massage that also helps fund an animal rescue organization. The deal: The free massage for dogs of all sizes will be performed by certified animal technicians, according to the hotel. For owners who indulge in their own Spa Nautica Massage at the hotel, it costs $99 for a 60-minute session, and 10% of the proceeds go to Much Love Animal Rescue in Los Angeles.
NEWS
June 29, 1986 | JEFF BURBANK, Times Staff Writer
Construction of a 15-story Ritz-Carlton hotel in Marina del Rey has been approved in concept by Los Angeles county officials as part of a proposal to extend a marina lease that is expected to generate $1.4 billion in revenues over 39 years.
MAGAZINE
May 19, 1991 | Charles Perry
Welcome to Ritz-on-the-Marina, a small, exclusive community with all the amenities: shops, gymnasium, marina view, a top-hatted major-domo who'll see to the parking of your car--and the shortest restaurant row you've ever seen. Since The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey, is a hotel, its Cafe and Grill have to be all restaurants to all people, from the steak-and-Scotch crowd to foodies mad for goat cheese, fitness-minded nutrient counters and people who just feel like a good burger for lunch.
BUSINESS
March 24, 1994 | Anne Michaud / Times staff writer
Focusing on Cable Competition: Navigators of the information superhighway may want to attend a forum on "Cable's Competitors" on Tuesday sponsored by the Southern California Cable Assn. Scheduled to speak are Lee Camp, president of PacTel Information Services, and Steve St. Marie, vice president of marketing for DirectTv, a partnership between Hughes Aircraft Co. and United States Satellite Broadcasting, which is developing a home satellite dish. The meeting begins at 6 p.m.
TRAVEL
October 14, 2007
I am writing from my room at the Ritz-Carlton in Marina del Rey, where I stayed last night ["A Ritz Still in Its Awkward Years," Hotel Review, Sept. 30]. It has been a miserable stay. The food and service at Jer-Ne were horrendous, and even the restroom was dirty and had no towels. Ronald Walker Phoenix
TRAVEL
December 5, 1993
The American Automobile Assn. (AAA) has awarded its 1994 Five Diamonds to six California hotels. The Peninsula Beverly Hills earned the designation for the first time, joining the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel, which has received the award eight years; Fairmont Hotel and Tower, San Francisco, 16 years; Four Seasons Clift Hotel, San Francisco, 10 years; Four Seasons Hotel, Newport Beach, two years, and the Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey, two years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1992 | JOSH MEYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When plans for a Marina del Rey luxury hotel came before the California Coastal Commission about four years ago, Commissioner Mark L. Nathanson took an avid interest, even attending the major staff meeting regarding the project. Nathanson's presence at the meeting and his aggressive lobbying efforts on behalf of the Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey were highly unusual and inappropriate actions for a commissioner, according to some current and former members of the agency.
MAGAZINE
May 19, 1991 | Charles Perry
Welcome to Ritz-on-the-Marina, a small, exclusive community with all the amenities: shops, gymnasium, marina view, a top-hatted major-domo who'll see to the parking of your car--and the shortest restaurant row you've ever seen. Since The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey, is a hotel, its Cafe and Grill have to be all restaurants to all people, from the steak-and-Scotch crowd to foodies mad for goat cheese, fitness-minded nutrient counters and people who just feel like a good burger for lunch.
NEWS
June 29, 1986 | JEFF BURBANK, Times Staff Writer
Construction of a 15-story Ritz-Carlton hotel in Marina del Rey has been approved in concept by Los Angeles county officials as part of a proposal to extend a marina lease that is expected to generate $1.4 billion in revenues over 39 years.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 6, 1991 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
The Wave Aids AIDS: FM radio station KTWV, known as the Wave, will present $275,000 to the American Foundation for AIDS Research at an event tonight at the Ritz Carlton in Marina del Rey. The money was raised through the sales of a compilation of recordings regularly heard on the station during KTWV's fourth annual "Wave Aid" fund raiser. Organizers say the total raised thus far is close to $1 million.
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