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January 13, 2006 | Robin Abcarian, Times Staff Writer
Suzanne Hansen was a very green, very timid, extremely judgmental 18-year-old graduate of a four-month nanny training program in Oregon when she moved to Los Angeles to find work. She ended up in the home of a man she'd never heard of -- Michael Ovitz -- head of Creative Artists Agency and then at the height of his Hollywood power. The year she spent minding the great man's three children in Brentwood was not a happy one for Hansen.
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January 13, 2006 | Robin Abcarian, Times Staff Writer
Suzanne Hansen was a very green, very timid, extremely judgmental 18-year-old graduate of a four-month nanny training program in Oregon when she moved to Los Angeles to find work. She ended up in the home of a man she'd never heard of -- Michael Ovitz -- head of Creative Artists Agency and then at the height of his Hollywood power. The year she spent minding the great man's three children in Brentwood was not a happy one for Hansen.
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April 23, 1993 | ROSE APODACA
Sunday might've been Earth Day for the masses, but for Jorge Hansen and Suzanne Deputy-Hansen being green is a daily ritual. It has to be. As parents of the hip label Recycled Revolution, the duo comb junkyards seeking inner tubes for backpacks and license plates for purses. Out of bottle caps, seat belts, candy wrappers and other cast-off stuff they create unique belts. "All recycling is," Hansen says, "is being resourceful and getting the most out of something so it doesn't have to be tossed.
HOME & GARDEN
July 26, 2007 | Audrey Davidow, Special to The Times
SPEND enough time trolling YouTube and Hollywood gossip blogs, and it's clear why so many celebrities guard their private lives almost as zealously as they hoard swag bags. After all, it's what happens off-screen, in the comfort of their swimsuit-optional Jacuzzis, that can translate into pure embarrassment -- not to mention millions of dollars' worth of tabloid fodder. So now some celebs have gone on the offensive, and their weapon of choice?
HOME & GARDEN
December 27, 2008 | ANN BRENOFF
Is it even possible to keep up with the Kardashians, as the E! network show wants us to? Now those "krazy" Kardashians have listed their Hidden Hills home for sale at $3,395,000 -- the very house where the reality TV show is filmed. Kris Kardashian, the "mom-anager" of the clan, and her hubbo, former Olympic decathlon champion Bruce Jenner, each had four kids when they wed. Together, they added two more to their Brady Bunch.
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February 12, 2006
*--* SO. CAL. RATING Fiction LAST WEEK WEEKS ON LIST 1 Cell by Stephen King 13 2 (Scribner: $26.95) A group of low-tech people fight for survival against zombies whose cellular phones have stripped their brains of all but the most destructive impulses. 2 The Lighthouse by P.D. 5 11 James (Knopf: $25.95) Cmdr. Adam Dalgliesh is called to the Cornish coast to solve the murder of an acclaimed novelist who had upset his very prominent neighbors.
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January 21, 1994 | WILLIAM KISSEL, Special to The Times
CONTRAPTIONS Dirty Hat Tricks So what if his Miami Dolphins baseball cap is as grimy as the underbelly of a Ford Mustang? Ryan Hurley, 13, of Anaheim, isn't about to send it through the washer and take a chance on a dislocated bill. Or worse, a detached sizing strap. "Besides," he reasons, "grunge is a fashion trend, isn't it?" Maybe, but not one we usually want to wear on our heads. So Dave Fortney and Hal Finney, two cap collectors from Laguna Niguel, developed a way to clean their hats.
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