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February 24, 2002 | PETER MCQUAID
"I love being the blond in the convertible," says Shane McCoy. "It's everyone's fantasy of Southern California." She certainly has the right car for the role. A former editorial assistant at Vanity Fair who presently works for photographer Michel Comte, McCoy tools between town and her Malibu home in a 2001 silver Audi TT Roadster straight out of Central Casting. "The controls are perfect," she purrs, including, of course, the gear shift, which McCoy had to master when she got the car.
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February 24, 2002 | PETER MCQUAID
"I love being the blond in the convertible," says Shane McCoy. "It's everyone's fantasy of Southern California." She certainly has the right car for the role. A former editorial assistant at Vanity Fair who presently works for photographer Michel Comte, McCoy tools between town and her Malibu home in a 2001 silver Audi TT Roadster straight out of Central Casting. "The controls are perfect," she purrs, including, of course, the gear shift, which McCoy had to master when she got the car.
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December 26, 1991 | MARY LOU LOPER
Stars were on the ceilings. Gold stars were on the napkin rings. The rose topiary centerpieces were statuesque. Some ladies who had worn short dresses wished they had worn long. The party, bringing together descendants of two families prominent in the world of oil--the Kecks and Dohenys--may have been the most sparkling of the holiday season.
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December 24, 1991 | MARY LOU LOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At a debutante ball, there are all kinds of curtsies--the deep and the shallow, the elegant and the sporty, the demure and the defiant, the assured and the quivering. At the Las Madrinas Debutante Ball Saturday in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton, there were all those plus what someone dubbed the "Stanford curtsy." And then there was the Melanie Fountain curtsy, which got the biggest applause because Melanie, who has a dislocated knee, did it leaning on her father's arm.
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February 15, 1990 | JOHN L. MITCHELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
High school party-goers don't need to get wasted to have a good time. That is the message that Kolo Inc., an organization of students from 12 public and private high schools, tried to send when it threw its first "sober bash" Saturday night in an empty airplane hangar at the Santa Monica Airport. "The idea is to give students an alternative," said Shane McCoy, a 17-year-old student at Marlborough School who helped organize the event.
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February 15, 1990 | JOHN L. MITCHELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
High school party-goers don't need to get wasted to have a good time. That is the message that Kolo Inc., an organization of students from 12 public and private high schools, tried to send when it threw its first "sober bash" Saturday night in an empty airplane hangar at the Santa Monica Airport. "The idea is to give students an alternative," said Shane McCoy, a 17-year-old student at Marlborough School who helped organize the event.
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June 27, 1991 | MARY LOU LOPER
Five of the 33 Las Madrinas debutantes to be presented Dec. 21 at the Beverly Hilton have grandmothers who have been members of the prominent Childrens Hospital support group. The girls were a pretty lot in summer frocks and holding nosegays as they stood in line to meet Las Madrinas members the other afternoon at a tea at the home of Kacey and Peter McCoy in Bel-Air.
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