What to Do When Neighbors Are Too Loud CORA JORDAN, Jordan is an attorney and the author of "Neighbor Law: Trees, Fences, Boundaries and Noise," published by Nolo Press, Berkeley, from which this article is adapted with permission. "Neighbor Law" is available in bookstores or by calling (800) 640-6656 in California or (800) 992-6656 elsewhere in the United States. and
Reserves Wise, But Not the Law JAN HICKENBOTTOM, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Hickenbottom is past president of the Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), a national nonprofit research and educational organization. She welcomes readers' questions, but cannot answer them individually. Readers with questions or comments can write to her in care of "Condo Q&A," Box 5068, Thousand Oaks, Calif. 91360
Max: Sticking Power : Jazzman Max Roach Has Kept Time for Mankind's Fastest 50 Years MITCH BERMAN AND SUSANNE WAH LEE, Berman is the author of the novel "Time Capsule." Lee is a contributor to Asia Week and the host of "New York Culture" for WNYE-FM. Together they have written for The Nation, Conjunctions, Mother Jones and the Village Voice. Berman is the author of the novel "Time Capsule." Lee is a contributor to Asia Week and the host of "New York Culture" for WNYE-FM. Together they have written for The Nation, Conjunctions, Mother Jones and the Village Voice.
American Dream at a Turning Point Jeffrey C. Alexander and Steven Jay Sherwood, Jeffrey C. Alexander is chairman of the sociology department at UCLA. Steven Jay Sherwood frequently writes on cultural issues.
Soviets Need Market Linchpins to Thrive LAURA D'ANDREA TYSON, LAURA D'ANDREA TYSON is professor of economics at the University of California, Berkeley, and research director of the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy.
What Work Is, by PHILIP LEVINE From "What Work Is" (Alfred A. Knopf: $19; 77 pp.) by Philip Levine. This collection is the winner of the 1990-1991 Los Angeles Times Book Prize for poetry. copyright 1991 by Philip Levine.