Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsStyle Magazine
IN THE NEWS

Style Magazine

FEATURED ARTICLES
TRAVEL
March 12, 1989
The spring issue of Traveling In Style magazine (appearing in next Sunday's Los Angeles Times) will feature authors ranging from Mary Higgins Clark ("Weep No More My Lady") to David Westheimer ("Von Ryon's Express"). Clark takes us on a visit to Cape Cod, while Westheimer reports on a buying binge in Europe. In the same issue, astrologer Sydney Omarr discusses month-by-month travel opportunities, and Jimmy Breslin runs off helter-skelter to Central America with an expired passport.
ARTICLES BY DATE
ENTERTAINMENT
July 25, 2003 | Steve Carney, Special to The Times
It's a tense moment in National Public Radio's Culver City studios as the staff of "Day to Day" attempts to work through the endless challenges of producing a major new show. NPR veteran J.J. Sutherland is guiding his crew through the details of completing one of the final dry runs for the first weekday news magazine NPR has launched since "Morning Edition" was created 24 years ago.
Advertisement
NEWS
March 6, 1994
In today's Times, Traveling in Style magazine celebrates "Colors of the World" with festivals and fun from New Orleans, Nice, Istanbul and Veracruz, Mexico.
TRAVEL
November 26, 1995
I've never been to Paris. Somehow, I've allowed life, and excuses, to get in my way. Maybe it was just another routine assignment for S. Irene Virbila, but her "A Perfect Day in Paris" (Oct. 15) warmed my heart. What a lift she gave me! She reawakened in me my own dream: to see, smell and taste the "everyday" Paris. To see the Champs-Elysees that I've longed to see! She captured it, perfectly. If men can swoon--I swooned. WILLIAM C. DAVIS Century City As a dedicated chandelier-viewer and recent visitor to Paris, I thoroughly enjoyed your 24 hours there.
TRAVEL
June 23, 1991
We have bicycled in the Sespe area for the last 10 years, so we particularly enjoyed Bob Sipchen's article in your June 2 Traveling in Style magazine. If the article inspires people to take their mountain bikes into the Sespe, they'd better go soon. A bill introduced in the House of Representatives would designate large portions of the Sespe, including the area mentioned in Sipchen's article, as National Wilderness. By definition, that excludes bicycles. Surely there's a way to preserve the area without locking out a significant, long-term user group.
NEWS
November 4, 1994 | JEANNINE STEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Imagine a world where famous people happily escort you around their gorgeous homes, let you share in their family rituals and give you recipes for their favorite gourmet foods. That world does exist--in the glossy, flossy pages of In Style magazine, a 6-a-month-old offshoot of People that dishes out celebrity life lite. Lite as in an eight-page spread of former sitcom star Alan Thicke's recent Santa Barbara wedding to former Miss World Gina Tolleson.
TRAVEL
June 23, 1991
We have bicycled in the Sespe area for the last 10 years, so we particularly enjoyed Bob Sipchen's article in your June 2 Traveling in Style magazine. If the article inspires people to take their mountain bikes into the Sespe, they'd better go soon. A bill introduced in the House of Representatives would designate large portions of the Sespe, including the area mentioned in Sipchen's article, as National Wilderness. By definition, that excludes bicycles. Surely there's a way to preserve the area without locking out a significant, long-term user group.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|