Sales In the Bag for Eateries

L.A. restaurants offer cut-price sack lunches to boost business. by SHARAREH DRURY Los Angeles Business Journal Think brown bag, and the associations are immediate: construction worker, mom’s peanut butter and jelly sandwiches or perhaps yesterday’s

Featured Newsmaker: Caroline Nahas

L.A. native all business when it comes to United Way By SHARAREH DRURY Los Angeles Business Journal For Caroline Nahas, helping others is something that was “instilled in me from the beginning.” Recently named chairwoman

Not Shooting Blanks

Shutterbug in spotlight after Laker photo used for Dodgers billboard By SHARAREH DRURY Los Angeles Business Journal When the Dodgers asked Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic for his photo, the Slovenian basketball star gave them one

Featured Newsmaker: Josef Adalian

Journalist tuned in early to reporting on television By SHARAREH DRURY Los Angeles Business Journal Although he has been covering the TV industry for almost two decades, television wasn’t always in journalist Josef Adalian’s big

Three-Ring Appeal for Kids

Three-Ring Appeal for Kids

Gymnastics instructor sets up shop to teach circus-style tricks. by SHARAREH DRURY Los Angeles Business Journal Daniel Levi started gymnastics when he was 5 years old. Now 32, he’s turned his somersaults and cartwheels into

USC Looks to Clean Up

USC Looks to Clean Up

Engineering school’s new master’s programs come with ‘green’ tint. [caption id="attachment_239" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="(Photo courtesy of USC Viterbi School of Engineering)"][/caption] by SHARAREH DRURY Los Angeles Business Journal The world has always needed engineers. But

Groovin’ On That Laser Show Again

Groovin’ On That Laser Show Again

Observatory attraction moves down to star on Hollywood Boulevard . by SHARAREH DRURY Los Angeles Business Journal Laserium is back. And it’s come down from its perch at Griffith Park to help rock the Hollywood

Featured Newsmaker: Syd Dutton

Studio artist’s movie career had Hollywood beginning By SHARAREH DRURY Los Angeles Business Journal When Syd Dutton, 64, talks about viewing the silent film “Metropolis” as a boy in San Francisco, he uses the term

Featured Newsmaker: Neil Huxley

Comic books drew London boy into movie business By SHARAREH DRURY Los Angeles Business Journal As a child in South London, Neil Huxley said that he constantly had his face in a comic book. He

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