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ENTERTAINMENT
February 12, 1998 | TODD EVERETT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
By coincidence, last weekend saw the local opening of two shows that had premiered on Broadway in the 1970s with all-black casts. Although "Ain't Misbehavin' " is subtitled "The Fats Waller Musical Show," you'll learn precious little about the great performer-composer from it.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 2007 | Dave McKibben, Times Staff Writer
A coalition of 20 faith-based organizations, environmental groups and labor unions has created a community development agreement that would compel builders in the Anaheim sports district to meet prevailing wage standards and construct low-cost housing and child-care facilities. The deal would be similar to one in San Diego in which homes, shops and offices were built around the Padres' new downtown baseball stadium, Petco Park.
SPORTS
September 6, 2000
Luke Riordan, a senior outfielder from Westlake High, has become the first area baseball player to commit for 2001 to Cal State Northridge. "He has all the talent in the world," said Coach Chuck Berrington of Westlake. Riordan, who is 6-feet-2 and 195 pounds, is the brother of former Westlake standout Matt Riordan. The Warriors could have four players sign with Division I schools. Pitcher Tyler Adamczyk is being recruited by Duke, Notre Dame and Tulane.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 1994 | CHRISTINA LIMA
El Concilio del Condado de Ventura will honor four Ventura County Latino leaders and a Latino band for outstanding contribution in the areas of cultural arts, business, youth, education and community services. The honorees, selected by the Oxnard-based Latino advocacy group from among 30 nominations, are Gabino Aguirre of Santa Paula, Mary L. Barreto of Oxnard, Rodney E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 9, 1995 | DOUGLAS ALGER
Registration begins next week for many city recreation programs offered throughout the San Fernando Valley. Hundreds of Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department courses are scheduled at recreation centers Valleywide. Despite recurring budget problems, several sites have actually managed to expand their course offerings, Olga Singer, principal recreation supervisor, said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 11, 1999
* Samantha Peralta, an 11-year-old sixth-grader at Blackstock School in Oxnard, won the California Strawberry Festival's Elementary School Youth T-shirt Design Contest. Samantha's design features a California map noting Oxnard as "the strawberry capital of the world!" Her winning design was chosen from 1,072 student entries from three Oxnard school districts. T-shirts featuring her design will be available for purchase at the May 15-16 festival.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 1998 | ALLISON COHEN
The Los Angeles Unified School District Honor Marching Band and about 300 other student musicians, actors and dancers will perform at the fourth annual Youth at the Greek music festival Wednesday at the Greek Theatre.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 25, 1998 | TODD EVERETT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
You'd think that by now, Ojai would be saturated with theater companies. But the premiere last week of a rousing production of "Annie" at the Matilija Junior High School auditorium marked a seventh (at least) theater, called Theatre4.comm. Director Krista Neumann has toured nationally in the show, and directed last year's Ojai Civic Light Opera production of "The Sound of Music"; musical director Bill Wagner teaches at Nordhoff High School, though his resume takes nearly half a program page.
REAL ESTATE
November 18, 1990 | LINDA YUSKAITIS, Yuskaitis is a free-lance writer who lives in Cypress
When Richard Nixon stopped in his hometown of Yorba Linda during the 1968 presidential campaign, Mary Pat Anderson loaded her two small children into the family's station wagon and went to hear him speak. "It was mostly women and children out that day, since the men were all at work," said Anderson, a 26-year Yorba Linda resident. Nixon, speaking at his family's home, said, "My father used to raise lemons here. Now, it looks like you raise children."
ENTERTAINMENT
August 20, 2006 | Christopher Reynolds
THE good news for big-city arts organizations statewide is that the James Irvine Foundation is handing out $5.2 million in a campaign to boost innovation at arts institutions, including $2.4 million to three Los Angeles museums. The bad news is, that's only about half as much money as the foundation handed out the last time it did this.
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