When a non-partisan research organization takes aim
at a product, it's hard not to take notice.
When Crescenta Valley High takes aim
at the fourth league football title in the school's 39-year history tonight, the Falcons will do it without nine players now on suspension.
Photo: (1--2--Color) Above, an Oxnard officer takes aim
during the sixth annual SWAT competition in Ventura.
Established by art activists Pat Walsh and Susan Schiesser, artLink Steamboat takes aim
at sweetening Steamboat Springs' sports-only resort image.
PHOTO (1--Color) Fourth-grader Samantha Brockman takes aim
at the dunk tank holding Rosamond Elementary School Principal Timothy Feickert.
Cisco's AVVID (Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data) IP communications system takes aim
at the old PBX market.
Writer/director Dan Zukovic stars in this scathing 1996 satire that takes aim
at super-hyped modern media that's given us music videos, supermodels and the sudden cultural affection for the '70s.
Aberdeen Group's Business Strategy Takes Aim
at Market Research Behemoths http://www.
PHOTO (1-2--Color in SAC Edition only) (Photo 2 ran in SAC and Conejo Editions only) Above, California Highway Patrol Officer Frank Sandoval takes aim
during a marksmanship contest Tuesday in Newhall.
Heinz Schafers, Head of International Sales, takes aim
at another big goal: "We want to achieve the leading position in the GSM segment
Kohut of Westlake takes aim
at his second Southern California title in three seasons.
Landmark Pact Takes Aim
At Projected 5 To 10 Million