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ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 1988
Ron Sossi runs the Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, a West Los Angeles complex of three theaters of fewer than 100 seats each. It was established in Hollywood in 1969 as an Equity showcase, but soon became non-Equity until 1972, when the Equity Waiver came in. Last year, Sossi's theater showed an income of $510,563 and expenses of $578,113. Odyssey actors' made $32,502 . Sossi's salary has averaged $150 a week over 19 years.
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TRAVEL
March 22, 2009 | Amanda Jones
You have to wonder whether it's a setup when you're in a Muslim country and someone asks, point-blank, "Are you lot drinkers?" Despite the hooded djellaba he was wearing, John Horne, who was doing the asking, looked as though he had guzzled a few in his time, so I took a calculated risk and confirmed that yes, we lot were drinkers. John is a Brit, a bespectacled, erudite, eccentric and highly amusing Yorkshireman who has spent the last 40 years circumnavigating the globe.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 15, 2011
'Atlas Shrugged' MPAA rating: PG-13 for some sexuality Running time: 1 hour, 36 minutes Playing: At Landmark Regent, L.A.; AMC Rolling Hills 20, Torrance
BUSINESS
November 18, 2013 | David Lazarus
What if a shadowy organization told you it had been quietly keeping its eye on you and had concluded that you were exactly the sort of person who should be privy to its secrets for wealth and power? What if that organization promised the success and youthful vitality of investment guru Warren Buffett and Viacom chief Sumner Redstone, who already possess these secrets? And what if all this could all be yours absolutely free? "I'd think it was a scam," said Los Angeles resident Jim York, 60, who recently received a 10-page letter from a recruiter identifying himself only as Bill.
NEWS
May 24, 2001 | HECTOR TOBAR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Armando Melendez was a 5-year-old boy growing up in El Salvador, he fell under the sway of a crazy uncle who had futbol on the brain. Instead of taking Armando to school in the mornings, Uncle Oscar would secretly spirit the boy off to a park for soccer practice. Long before he could read or write much, Armando knew how to caress a leather ball with his instep, how to make the bouncing sphere obey his will.
TRAVEL
May 19, 1996
Thomas Bros. Maps has updated its "California Road Atlas and Driver's Guide," featuring the 25-page Discover California section that outlines driving tours through 12 tourism regions in the state. The 300-page guide also includes 2,000 points of interest and detailed maps of more than 100 cities and metropolitan areas. The guide sells for $19.95.
NEWS
November 24, 1995 | Associated Press
NASA scrubbed Thursday's launch of a rocket that was to carry a U.S.-European observatory on a $1-billion mission to study the sun. The unmanned Atlas rocket had a bad fuel regulator, causing a delay of at least two days while it is repaired, officials said. A new launch date was not set.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 1990
NASA's throwing barium, lithium and "other chemicals" into space from an Atlas rocket is taking air pollution to new heights. I hope the aurora borealis visible to the naked eye will be prettier than smog. DONALD HOTTON Hollywood
TRAVEL
September 25, 1994
Consumer Reports recently road tested six U.S. road atlases, rating Rand McNally the highest, based on accuracy, portability, completeness and ease of use. Next came AAA, Mobil, Gousha, American Map Corp. and Hammond, in that order. Some tips on road atlas buying: Look for the newest edition, and don't expect perfection--all the atlases tested had some errors, alas.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 8, 1990 | LEONARD FEATHER
Benn Clatworthy, the Los Angeles-based tenor saxophonist from London who has been earning good airplay with his recent album, led his quartet Saturday at the Atlas Bar & Grill on Wilshire Boulevard. Although Clatworthy and pianist Cecilia Coleman are capable composers, the presence of substitute bass player Ralph Alessi confined them to standard tunes.
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