Conversation WITH SANDRA G. BACA : 'These Men Come From Such Violent Environments' Ten men sit in a semicircle in a small room decorated with Southwest Indian prints. They could be watching a football game. But they are in a group therapy session with psychologist SANDRA G. BACA at the Mid-Wilshire offices of the Center for the Prevention of Domestic Violence, which Baca founded in 1988. It's one of about 90 such centers where men charged with spousal battery in the Los Angeles area must go for up to a year's worth of weekly counseling sessions. Baca, 54, draws the men into discussion with a mix of animated humor and toughness. She was interviewed by KAY MILLS, author of "This Little Light of Mine: The Life of Fannie Lou Hamer," (Plume, 1994)
Access Is What Counts MURRAY WHITE, Murray White, who works at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, specializes in the popularization of Old Master paintings. His articles on Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Rembrandt have appeared in such publications as the Washington Post and the Baltimore Sun.
'ER': L.A. County Should Have It So Good PAUL W. WALLACE, Dr. Paul W. Wallace is a Beverly Hills physician specializing in dermatologic plastic surgery. He is also executive director of the Los Angeles County Joint Council of Interns and Residents, which represents 2,000 physicians in training in Los Angeles County public hospitals. and
Benefits of the Codex Sale HENRY T. HOPKINS, Henry T. Hopkins is the director of UCLA at the Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center and chairman of the Department of Art at UCLA. He began his career at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art where he served as head of museum programs, exhibitions and publications from 1961 to 1968. He served as director of the Fort Worth Art Museum and director of the San Francisco Museum of Art . He is past president of the Assn. of Art Museum Directors and former chairman of the Archives of American Art. and