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  • Remarkable Woman: Danielle Lutz

    Remarkable Woman: Danielle Lutz
    When she was just out of Eastern Illinois University, Danielle Lutz volunteered at her church, counseling people through job transitions. Often, the now 38-year-old says, she helped others identify their passions. "I would ask, 'What is the one...
  • Hats are back on top

    Hats are back on top
    Hats may once have seemed like a wardrobe staple of the past — an accessory reserved for the ladies of an era when no one left home without a proper head covering. But modern millinery seems to have a definite place in L.A.'s urban jungle as style-...
  • Engaged: Nola Dobratz and Christian Martin

    Engaged: Nola Dobratz and Christian Martin
    Wedding Day: August 18, 2012 Her story: Nola Dobratz, 33, grew up in Chicago, Ill. She lives in Fells Point and is marketing director for Radcliffe Jewelers. Her father, Walter Dobratz, is deceased. Her mother, Nola Dobratz, is a retired accountant. His...
  • The Crowd: Clambake raises $144,000

    The Crowd: Clambake raises $144,000
    More than 200 guests celebrated the Children's Bureau Clambake at the Oak Creek Golf Club, Irvine, in early June. The culinary staff of the Island Hotel in Newport Beach prepared a wonderful summer feast of barbecued steak and grilled lobster as the...
  • Harlan: Business tax spike would not hurt city

    Late in the evening July 17, after the Costa Mesa City Council voluntarily handcuffed the community to an unconscionable contract with Newport Banning Ranch LLC, the council quietly tightened its grip by purposeful inaction. This time, the council...
  • Department-store restaurants: Not just for ladies who lunch

    Department-store restaurants: Not just for ladies who lunch
    If you grew up in Fort Lauderdale, you may remember the blueberry muffins at the old Jordan Marsh at Sunrise Shopping Center. If your childhood includes eating at Burdines' downtown Miami store, how could you forget the Snow Princess ice cream sundae with...
  • Shoppers take advantage of Maryland's tax-free holiday

    Shoppers in Maryland showed up at area malls and other retail outlets in large numbers Sunday, the first day of the state's Tax Free Week. The holiday from state sales tax for most clothing and footwear priced under $100 was an incentive to spend and...
  • Fall's touch of luxe

    Fall's touch of luxe
    Fashion lovers can feel fall in the air and on the hangers. Rich textures — leather, brocade, baroque jeweling, fur (faux and real) and velvet — confer a touchability to the disparate trends trickling into stores, from menswear-inspired...
  • Whole Foods' John Mackey: Business is 'fundamentally heroic'

    Whole Foods' John Mackey: Business is 'fundamentally heroic'
    Business, says Whole Foods co-Chief Executive John Mackey, has “a horrible reputation.” But instead of being “selfish and greedy and exploitative,” as it’s often portrayed, business is actually “the greatest force for...
  • Peter Hayes Devin

    Peter Hayes Devin
    Peter Hayes Devin, 55, passed away peacefully in his home on December 30, 2012, after a four year battle with ALS, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. He was surrounded by love and family as he was welcomed into heaven and the arms of...
  • Glendale Mayor Frank Quintero op-ed: Good stories were plentiful in 2012

    While reading the Glendale News-Press article, “A year of highlights and low points,” I couldn't help but reflect on 2012. Although last year was difficult for the global economy, we would be remiss not to remind ourselves of the great...