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February 24, 1992 | ANNE MICHAUD
Fifteen years ago, Susan Stevens was a college student working as a waitress at Gulliver's in Irvine when real estate investor Bill Lange remarked on how persuasively she sold him a bottle of wine and dessert. He suggested Stevens go into sales; she suggested he give her a job. He did. Stevens worked for four years for Lange--first selling signs and graphics to developers for a company Lange owned, then brokering land for developers.
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February 24, 1992 | ANNE MICHAUD
Fifteen years ago, Susan Stevens was a college student working as a waitress at Gulliver's in Irvine when real estate investor Bill Lange remarked on how persuasively she sold him a bottle of wine and dessert. He suggested Stevens go into sales; she suggested he give her a job. He did. Stevens worked for four years for Lange--first selling signs and graphics to developers for a company Lange owned, then brokering land for developers.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 22, 1989
Three Orange County residents placed among the winners of the 9th annual Music City Song Festival, a national competition for profesional and amateur singers and songwriters. William G. Hinkle of Laguna Niguel won a $500 first prize in the Middle-of-the-Road/Adult Contemporary vocal category for his song, "I'm All Brand New." Ronald Valdez of Fountain Valley came in second in the Amateur Pop/Top 40 songwriting category for "Distant Heart," co-written with Susan Stevens of North Hollywood.
BUSINESS
February 21, 1992 | John O'Dell Times staff writer
Everything Must Go: In one of the larger group efforts of its kind, Auction Marketing Services in Irvine has put together a pool of 68 desert-area residential properties to be auctioned March 1 at the Palm Springs Convention Center. Total value of the real estate is pegged at $16 million--if all of the target prices are reached, said Susan Stevens, Auction Marketing's founder and president.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 15, 1993
In response to "Salk Defends Construction of Institute Annex" (May 12): Those in opposition to the annex location are not an elite group of architects but rather a broad-based, large group of individuals who value this building as part of our culture--a building that California is fortunate to have. However, the issue at hand is that Salk Institute representatives have so far refused to meet with an advisory group concerned with the future of this building. In the Museum of Contemporary Art, anyone is free to view the site model of the institute, which shows the master plan as it was intended by Louis I. Kahn.
BUSINESS
November 24, 1993 | John O'Dell, Times staff writer
Not even good design and mass-market popularity are enough to guarantee home sales in this recession. Two projects featured in a Times story 16 months ago about so-called infill developments in Orange County--new projects built in already developed areas--are noteworthy once again. At that time, they were cited as examples of how infill could be creative. Both projects won major awards for their design, and one--Metropolitan in Irvine--was the county's best-selling condo development.
SPORTS
October 12, 2000 | GARY KLEIN and MELANIE NEFF
Beverly Hills High won the inaugural Southern Section girls' tennis championship in 1975--and has not won a section title since. That could change this season based on the Normans' performance at last weekend's National High School All-American tournament in Newport Beach. Beverly Hills beat Clovis West, Torrey Pines, Corona del Mar and defending Southern Section Division I champion Palos Verdes Peninsula en route to the title.
NEWS
September 22, 2002 | JENNIFER JAMES
"Cook-a-Doodle-Doo" by Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel "Cook-a-Doodle-Doo" was a good story. The rooster was bored of eating chicken and remembered what grandma said about the cooking book. So the rooster decided to make a strawberry shortcake. It asked the turtle, iguana and pig if they could help rooster make a cake. They went to make the cake. Do you think that rooster and its friends will make the cake? You need to read the book to find out.
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