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Nose To Nose

January 06, 1998

Closeness is often regarded as an encroachment, if not an outright invasion. But it can feel pretty good when the invader is someone you love. A man hunkers down with his best friend in a larger-than-life promotional graphic applied to the side of a building along Sunset Boulevard. The hustle and bustle of LAX drift away as Raime Breight and Mark Prieve exchange a hello kiss. And L.A. firefighter Paul Palmer receives a congratulatory kiss from daughter Dallas, 8, after his graduation as a certified paramedic.

ETERNAL FLAME

Remembrance. Reverence. It's time for both as people file into a service for children slain in Nickerson Gardens and as Susy Garcia, above left, Mayra Farias and Nereyda Farias sing during a posada at the San Fernando Gardens Housing Project in Pacoima.

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