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Shoemaker Pairs Well With Luxury

FOOTWEAR: Collector steps it up as $1,000 sneaker designer.

Former Wall Street exec has proved a high-end shoo-in as the maker of $1,000-plus sneakers.

Gymnasium Muscles Into Kids’ Market

Cave CrossFit looks to make play with new program for children.

Cave CrossFit works out a plan for a new kids’ program.

New Eatery Aims to Jazz Up South Los Angeles

DINING: Chef Richard Petty to serve up Southern cuisine at legendary music venue.

Chef Richard Petty plans to bring a Southern-style dining experience to a South L.A. site once known as a venue for jazz legends Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Ella Fitzgerald.

Sheer Appeal of Jobs Program Pulls in Hair Stylists

NON-PROFIT: LMG Studio offers makeovers to women after Chrysalis training.

Hair salon holds event to help women in workplace counseling program make the cut at job interviews.

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Minding Stores

Pasadena taps eclectic lineup to pull in crowds

Pasadena looks to sell itself as a hip shopping and dining spot by courting quirky and high-end stores.

Snack Maker Puts Accent On Exotic

Bridgepoint’s new Zouq line serves up South Asian flavors.

Bridgepoint looks to spice up the snack market with its new South Asian-influenced line.

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Caruso Affiliated Names GolinHarris Exec to Run Communications

Caruso Affiliated has tapped Judy Johnson, Western Region president for communications firm GolinHarris, to head up its marketing and communications functions.

Lawyer Takes His Case to the Whisky

Mark Sullivan is a senior litigation paralegal for Century City law firm Cox Castle & Nicholson. He’s also the firm’s resident rocker.

Hotel-Focused Design Firm Sees Room in L.A.

HOSPITALITY: Hong Kong’s Vadi hopes to hook up here with Chinese developers.

Design firm hopes to translate Hong Kong experience into L.A. work with Chinese hotel developers.

Sound Plan For Biking Enthusiasts

15-year-old peddles mounted stereo device that holds iPhone.

15-year-old Benji Miller wants cyclists to take his hands-free stereo device for a spin.

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