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October 15, 1995 | Colman Andrews, Colman Andrews, former editor of Traveling in Style, now works in SoHo as executive editor of Saveur magazine
I saw the sun rise over SoHo one morning, and I wasn't particularly happy about it. I mean, I'm always glad to see the sun come up, considering the alternative, but I was way down here in lower Manhattan at daybreak, under professional duress. I'd been working late. Real late. Then, before I knew it, dawn was breaking. My office looks down on SoHo from the seventh floor. In Midtown, that would probably give me a view of other seventh-story windows.
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October 15, 1995 | Colman Andrews, Colman Andrews, former editor of Traveling in Style, now works in SoHo as executive editor of Saveur magazine
I saw the sun rise over SoHo one morning, and I wasn't particularly happy about it. I mean, I'm always glad to see the sun come up, considering the alternative, but I was way down here in lower Manhattan at daybreak, under professional duress. I'd been working late. Real late. Then, before I knew it, dawn was breaking. My office looks down on SoHo from the seventh floor. In Midtown, that would probably give me a view of other seventh-story windows.
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August 17, 1995 | KATHLEEN KELLEHER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Hey, dude, let's do 18." When the waves go flat, get too crowded or pose a health threat because of pollution, some surfers have a Plan B: playing golf. But how to suit up? In hopes of helping their buds avoid hidy (hideous) duds, Lon Davis, 40, and J.C. Wynkoop, 31, founded Planet Golf in 1992. "There was nothing that filled our peer group's needs. . . . It was like searching for the Holy Grail," says Davis, who acts as the Venice company's creative director.
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July 24, 1992 | ROSE-MARIE TURK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Holly Sharp, Biya Ramar and Lee Saelee--three young California designers with their own companies--happiness is a new boutique. Within the past year, each has opened a first store, embraced life in the retail lane and earned high marks from the experts for making the right move at the right time. "That is the way to go. That is the wave of the future," says designer Betsey Johnson who opened her first store 12 years ago in Soho, N.Y., and recently opened store No. 14 in Santa Monica.
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November 11, 1996 | DENISE HAMILTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Felix H. Liddell and Paula L. Woods are major pack rats. So when they found a century-old letter by an African American educator while doing archival research on their first book at Howard University in 1993, they brought a copy home to Los Angeles. The letter was dated Dec. 22, 1903 and written by Roscoe Conklin Bruce, then director of the academic department at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. "My Darling Mother," it began. "It's now almost Christmas . . .
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