Board Failed to Heed Budget Law JAN HICKENBOTTOM, Hickenbottom is past president of the Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), a national nonprofit research and educational organization
Viewpoints : Perrier's Crisis Mismanagement GERALD C. MEYERS, GERALD C. MEYERS is a professor of crisis management at Carnegie Mellon University's Graduate School of Industrial Administration and author of "When It Hits the Fan: Managing the Nine Crises of Business."
The Evolution of a Marathon Man GERI SERVI, Since August, writer Geri Servi has been keeping a diary of her husband's efforts to train for the Los Angeles Marathon on March 4. Ruben Servi is co-owner of International Documentation, a technical translation firm
'Challenger': An Astronaut's-Eye View Buzz Aldrin, Buzz Aldrin was the second man to walk on the moon. As the lunar module pilot on Apollo 11, he joined Neil Armstrong for the July, 1969 moon landing. Aldrin, 60, left NASA in 1971 and has been president of Research and Engineering Consultants Inc. since 1972. The Laguna Beach resident published his autobiography, "Return to Earth," in 1973. Here, Aldrin reviews ABC's movie, "Challenger," for TV Times
Game PHILIP BOOTH, From "Selves: New Poems" (Viking: $17.95; 75 pp.; 0-670-83055-0). Booth was reared in Maine, where he now lives. For many years he was poet-in-residence at Syracuse University. His books include "Available Light," "Before Sleep," and "Relations: Selected Poems 1950-1985." He is a Fellow of the Academy of American Poets. 1990, Philip Booth. Reprinted by permission of Viking Penguin, Inc