July 1, 1988
Thomas F. Braun has been named publisher of California Business magazine, which has headquarters in Los Angeles. Braun previously was publisher of Sports Afield magazine.
September 4, 1988
As reluctant as Calendar seems to be to have anyone on its staff who would be uncool enough to actually know anything about firearms, it is hardly any wonder that it has compounded Jack Matthews' Aug. 21 misidentification of "Dirty Harry's" "piece" as a .357 Magnum by letting letter-writer Russ Hale inform us with utter confidence that that bulge beneath Eastwood's jacket is none other than a ".45 magnum," whatever that may be (Calendar Letters,...
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May 19, 2006 |
Joyce Ballantyne Brand, the artist who created the bare-bottomed Coppertone Girl who came to be regarded as a piece of commercial Americana, has died. She was 88. Brand, who had recently suffered a heart attack, died Monday at her home in Ocala, Fla., said her daughter Cheri Brand Irwin. For a model, Brand turned to her daughter, who was 3 in 1959. "She worked cheap and was convenient," Brand once recalled. So was the ad's cocker spaniel, based on her Bronxville, N.Y., neighbor's dog.
December 4, 1988 |
Thomas McIntyre, the hunting editor of Sports Afield magazine, has combined practical advice, philosophical musings, taxonomic persuasions, literary allusions and the kind of storytelling hunters reserve for times around the campfire to produce this volume.
June 13, 2000
Capstone Turbine Corp. signed a 10-year, $8.5-million lease for nearly 100,000 square feet of space in Northpark Industrial Center at 21211 Nordhoff St. in Chatsworth. Both Capstone and Northpark Industrial Center were represented by Michael Tingus and John DeGrinis of Colliers Seeley. * TV Guide Networks signed a 10-year, $8-million lease for 26,720 square feet of office space at 6922 Hollywood Blvd. in Hollywood.
November 7, 1997 |
Want a healthier diet? Buy yourself a rifle or bow, take a hunter safety course, apply for a license and a big-game tag, and go shoot an elk. Or a moose, or a deer . . . whatever suits your fancy. If hunting isn't your bag, find a friend who is a hunter and place your order. Chances are, the meat he or she brings home will be much better than what you've been getting at the market. Wild game is not only meaner, but a lot leaner and less apt to clog your arteries and send you to an early grave.