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  • Why so many customer credit checks?

    To the editor: David Lazarus' column was on point about AT&T running a credit check on an existing customer. I had the same issue with Southern California Gas Co. ("Reconnecting with AT&T has hang-ups," Column, June 23)
  • Deborah Sussman dies at 83; L.A. designer known for bold use of color

    Deborah Sussman dies at 83; L.A. designer known for bold use of color
    Designer Deborah Sussman, whose bold color choices for thousands of 1984 Olympics signs, gateways, pylons, uniforms and venue exteriors were at first controversial but came to define the look of the event in Los Angeles, died at home Tuesday in West Los...

    Whittier Avenue reopens, evacuations lifted after Westside gas leak

    A gas leak resulted in the evacuations of five homes and the closure of a street in Costa Mesa's Westside for several hours Thursday afternoon. A contractor who was performing work on Whittier Avenue accidentally cracked a 3-inch gas line at 12:30 p.m.,...

    Santa Monica ad agency Phelps hires Mike Jackson as its president

    Santa Monica ad agency Phelps hires Mike Jackson as its president
    The Phelps advertising agency has hired veteran marketing executive Mike Jackson as president. Jackson, a former top General Motors advertising executive, most recently ran his own consulting firm in Detroit. But Jackson closed that office late last...

    Blind architect sports an upbeat vision

    Blind architect sports an upbeat vision
    Blind architect Chris Downey says that city planners and property owners should view future construction projects through a different set of eyes. Downey's observations came during a daylong conference on water conservation and energy-efficient building...