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January 24, 1995 | MICHAEL ARKUSH
Memory Carver is a member of Generation X, but it is another generation that fascinates the Cal State Northridge junior. Carver, who turned 20 last month, publishes Up & Coming, a bimonthly magazine about teen-age celebrities and issues in teen-agers' lives. She contends that other youth publications overlook many young actors and ignore serious concerns. "They treat (teen-agers) like they have a one-track mind, that all they want is entertainment," Carver said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1995 | MICHAEL ARKUSH
Memory Carver is a member of Generation X, but it is another generation that fascinates the Cal State Northridge junior. Carver, who turned 20 last month, publishes Up & Coming, a bimonthly magazine about teen-age celebrities and issues in teen-agers' lives. She contends that other youth publications overlook many young actors and ignore serious concerns. "They treat (teen-agers) like they have a one-track mind, that all they want is entertainment," Carver said.
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November 30, 2000 | ROBIN FIELDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the last night of 1998, Luigi DiFonzo descended the spiral staircase of his mansion in Laguna Niguel and beheld the wealth and power before him. Millions of dollars had poured into his investment firm, DFJ Italia Ltd., and they flowed through every inch of his 14,000-square-foot hilltop castle. Italian marble covered the floors. The cabinets contained crystal glasses etched with his initials. The pool table was mounted on carved wooden lions.
NEWS
February 27, 1995
Art Kane, 69, whose 1958 photograph of jazz greats inspired a documentary film that was just recently nominated for an Academy Award. Kane was an up-and-coming magazine art director when he decided to bring together the 57 musicians for Esquire's celebration of what it considered to be the golden age of jazz. It was Kane's first professional photograph and ran across two pages in the magazine. Among those photographed were Thelonious Monk, Dizzy Gillespie and Count Basie.
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