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It's the cake that has fueled hundreds of thousands of birthdays, weddings and office parties across Los Angeles. You've probably had it: two layers of soft yellow sponge cake that sandwich a filling of fresh strawberries and fluffy whipped cream,...
William B. Darden, founded Red Lobster after years of restaurant experience that began at age 19, when he ran a Depression-era lunch counter called The Green Frog in his hometown of Waycross, Ga. The eatery's slogan was: "Service With a Hop." After...
Nancy Talbot, who co-founded a women's clothing store with her husband in 1947 that catered to a "country club" set and oversaw its growth into a catalog powerhouse and retail chain, has died. She was 89. Talbot died Sunday from complications of...
A Newport Beach-based promotional merchandise and design firm, Brandmarket, Inc., was recognized as one of the top businesses in the industry in the August issue of Advertising Specialty Institute's Counselor Magazine. The 2010 Hot List of businesses...
Moms At WorkÂ» Orlando Sentinel â Moms At WorkSentinel subscribers — want more coupons? Of course you do! Our friends over at Frugal Force can show you how to get more coupons to local places! Diapers: Here's a link to the BEST Huggies coupon I've seen in a while — $3 off! You can print...
Moms At WorkÂ» Orlando Sentinel â Moms At WorkMy daughter started soccer a couple of weeks ago and I've been trying to find some long, mesh shorts for her to wear for the games. I scoured the earth (seems like) to find some under $5 (yes, I'm THAT frugal!) Well, I'm happy to report that I have...
Chicago Breaking BusinessAssociated Press | General Mills Inc. says it will cut the amount of sodium by 20 percent in a number of its cereals, soups, snacks and other products by 2015.General Mills, which makes foods such as Cheerios cereal and Progresso soup, is the latest of...
Cooking GalÂ» Orlando Sentinel â Cooking GalI scream, you scream, the judges screamed for ice cream when they selected Sue Compton's recipe for the $1 Million Grand Prize. Compton's Mini Ice Cream Cookie Cups was named the grand prize winner in the 44th Pillsbury BakeâOff Contest. Right after...
Times Staff WritersOtis Chandler, whose vision and determination as publisher of the Los Angeles Times from 1960 to 1980 catapulted the paper from mediocrity into the front ranks of American journalism, died today of a degenerative illness called Lewy body disease. He was...
Times Staff WritersA Man of Many Passions Transformed The Times Had Otis Chandler never worked a single day, his would have been a memorable life. An Olympic-caliber athlete, a champion weightlifter, an accomplished race car driver, big game hunter, surfer, cyclist,...
Times Staff WritersIn the days after he paddled into the Pacific to help scatter his father's ashes, 52-year-old Harry Chandler returned to his Hancock Park home and began rummaging through old family papers and photographs. He was looking, in a sense, for his legacy,...
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