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By Sarah Peters | April 9, 2012
Super-powered female icons Wonder Woman and Supergirl are inspiring for more than their ability to fly and fight crime. They also have fantastic hair. SAS Shampoo & Style owner Monica Ruggieri knows that a great hairstyle is more than an expression of vanity. Great hair has the ability to transform a woman's attitude and sense of confidence. "When you've had your hair done, it makes you feel better all day long," Ruggieri said Monday while standing in the all-new blow-dry salon on East 17th Street.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By B.W. Cook | February 8, 2012
It is about 8 a.m. on a Saturday in Newport Beach. The town is still quiet, but at a swank Irvine Co. office building in Fashion Island cars are pulling up in the front circular drive. They are full of a diverse group of people who have signed up for "Master Class," produced by a company known as STYLE 2020. Founded several years ago by O.C. entrepreneur Kathryn Moore , STYLE 2020, headquartered in Newport Beach and with a global reach, is a personal branding company.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | December 9, 2011
Editor's note: Staff writer Mona Shadia has gotten used to fielding questions about Islam and Middle Eastern culture in our newsroom. Whether it's fasting during Ramadan, Eid, hijabs in the workplace, the Irvine 11 or the Arab Spring, Mona has educated her co - workers (and bosses) about her faith and experiences. Those conversations led us to realize how little some Americans understand about Islam and the Middle Easterners who live among us in this era of Islamophobia in America.
NEWS
From LATimes.com | October 13, 2011
SEAL BEACH -- Pam Serdutz paced nervously outside the Salon Meritage early Thursday morning, desperate to know whether her favorite stylist was among the victims. "I can't stand it, not knowing whether Gordon survived or not," she said, trying not to cry at the scene of Wednesday's shooting rampage in Seal Beach that left eight dead and one critically injured. She was referring to Gordon Gallego, who she said had cut her hair for years. Full coverage: Deadly shooting at Seal Beach beauty salon "I called his home phone, but his message machine is full," Serdutz said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Britney Barnes, britney.barnes@latimes.com | August 4, 2011
COSTA MESA - Families packed the stands and children clutching stuffed animals lined the track. Everyone was clapping along to Queen's "We Will Rock You" as the competitors took the stage at the Orange County Fair. Small, pink and standing on four legs, Sourdough Jack, Yukon and Kobuk positioned themselves for the race, but Soapy Smith had other ideas. Jumping the track's small fence, Soapy Smith ran straight to the finish line, showing why he and was named after the infamous Alaskan con artist.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | February 28, 2011
The week that began with Mustache Monday at UC Irvine's Bren Events Center, went on to feature a pair of extremely close shaves. The Anteaters' men's volleyball team took care of visiting Hawaii in four games, the first of back-to-back Mountain Pacific Sports Federation wins over the Warriors, to start the prosperous week at the Bren. Several UCI players sported real and artificial mustaches and hundreds of fans donned imitation black, blond or gray lip accessories passed out as part of a promotion that played off the Island connection of television's Magnum P.I. Even game officials caught the spirit of the brainchild of UCI assistant coach David Kniffin, who added Magnum's trademark Detroit Tigers cap to complete the effect.
NEWS
February 10, 2011
Editor's note: This corrects the phone number for the salon. It's Valentine's Day weekend, so love is in the air — and for a few hours on Saturday, in the hair. Ten hair stylists will volunteer their services at Tek Salon and Spa in Costa Mesa on Saturday for discounted blow-dries and styles in the name of cancer research. As an early fundraising boost for the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation's Cinco de Mayo Reaching for the Cure Run/Walk in May in Irvine, a local mom organized the Saturday fundraiser with all the money going to the charity.
NEWS
By Peter Buffa | January 29, 2011
"Gimme a head with hair, long beautiful hair … shining, gleaming, streaming, flaxen, waxen. Give me down-to-there hair, shoulder length or longer, flow it, show it, long as God can grow it, hair!" We're not talking about my hair actually, even though it's usually a little long. We're talking about "Hair," the musical. It's back, at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts through Thursday — brash, rowdy and, fortunately, as outrageous and funny as ever. The full title is "Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | January 27, 2011
While putting on his uniform to attend an all-boy Catholic high school in Orange County, Marshal Kennedy Carolan never dreamed that in a few short years he would grow out his hair and travel the country, doing drugs, dissing the establishment and taking part in political demonstrations. All onstage, of course. Carolan is part of the ensemble in the national touring company of the famed (and divisive) "HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical," which underwent a successful Broadway revival in 2009.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tom Titus | January 27, 2011
Can it be more than 40 years since Orange Coast College musical theater star Diane Hall moved to New York, changed her surname to "Keaton," and won a role in the original production of "HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical"? Well, Diane Keaton's (non-musical) movie career, including an Oscar for Best Actress, moved right along, while "HAIR" became pigeonholed as a period piece and hadn't been heard from much until 2009, when the show won a Tony for Best Revival of a Musical.
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