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Times Staff Writer"I never thought I'd be one of those women who had a relationship with her interior designer," Gigi Levangie Grazer says. She is standing in the kitchen of her Pacific Palisades home, surrounded by honed limestone counters and cabinets painted the color...
Suits and slinky dresses are making a return to the social scene, thankfully combating the overabundance of too-small tube tops (ladies, you know who you are) and trucker caps (so out). Of course, when you're all dressed-up, you certainly can't go to...
Times Staff WriterThe curious title of Linda Yellen's "The Simian Line," a blithe but tart romantic comedy with a supernatural twist, refers to what the dithery psychic Arnita (Tyne Daly) discovers when she reads the palm of her elegant neighbor Katharine (Lynn Redgrave),...
Tribune staff reporterWading deeper into a growing market of health-conscious consumers, Abbott Laboratories Monday agreed to buy diet supplement maker EAS for about $320 million in cash. Golden, Colo.-based EAS has a set of well-known brands that includes AdvantEdge for...
AP Business WriterNEW YORK - Sure, Super Bowl ads have been wacky before. But Gladys Knight scoring in a rugby game? MC Hammer and a '72 Impala getting hurled over a backyard fence -- to plug potato chips? There were plenty of curiosities in this year's crop of ads...
A $300-million casino-resort is opening this week five miles southeast of the Strip in Las Vegas. The Green Valley Ranch, which sprawls across 40 acres off Interstate 15, includes 247 rooms, an 80,000-square-foot casino, seven restaurants, a poolside...
Thanks for all the responses to our question: What's the hardest part of being a Sox fan? Some of you didn't heed my call to be brief, and thus we're not including your long and windy e-mails, no matter how heartfelt. Anyway, here's the best and...
Special To The TimesMarc glanced at his wristwatch and beamed. "Do you realize we've been in Las Vegas 11 hours and I haven't dropped anything into a slot machine yet?" We were here earlier this month to indulge but not to overdo. And that meant cutting back in certain...
What: Facial, $70, 1 hour Where: Face & Facial As a rule, I dread facials. Oh, don't get me wrong, I like the way my skin looks about a week afterward--when the redness has subsided and my fair, sensitive skin has recovered from all that manhandling....
Tags: Personal Service, Death, Photography, Eyewear
Visiting an outdoor flea market in the winter is not for the meek. But hardy crowds continue to rummage, bargain and lug boxes and bags of goods about at Chicago's main open-air markets throughout the cold months -- and not just on weekends. Swap-O-...
Tags: Tomatoes, Bill Murray, Maxwell Street, Puerto Rico, Death
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday January 12, 1996 "The dark side is very bright indeed," director John Huston, who should've known, once said. "The dark is gleaming, like a fire opal or a black pearl." John Huston would have appreciated "Nico Icon." A well-made...
Tags: Gaming, Cinema Industry, Jackson Browne, Alain Delon, Lou Reed
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