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May 28, 1989 | C ompiled by David Pecchia
Backstreet Strays (O'Malley). Shooting in New Jersey and Los Angeles. Jason O'Malley and Brooke Shields lead the way in a story of a burly collector of gambling debts who undergoes a change in career to better look after his autistic son. Producers Lance H. Robbins and O'Malley. Director Rupert Hitzig. Screenwriter O'Malley. Opportunity Knocks (Imagine). Shooting in Chicago. Comedy fare with Dana ("Church Lady' ' ) Carvey as a down-on-his-luck, two-bit con man who alters his persona in an attempt to hang with the Ivy League elite.
May 11, 2010
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February 10, 2006 | From Reuters
The Berlin Film Festival opened Thursday with a story of love and loss starring Sigourney Weaver as an autistic woman whose daughter dies in a car crash and Alan Rickman as the man who helps her cope. With snow falling on the German capital, the bittersweet British-Canadian co-production "Snow Cake" kicked off the 56th annual "Berlinale," regarded as one of the top three European festivals alongside Cannes and Venice.
March 27, 1994
Orange County is fortunate to have a number of facilities and programs helping the disabled, from Fairview State Hospital to groups dealing with specific afflictions such as cerebral palsy or Down's syndrome. But while it generally is not too difficult to find doctors specializing in treating patients with disabilities, finding a dentist is another matter. In fact, the California Dental Assn.
January 13, 2013 | By Dylan Hernandez
Jim Palmer choked up when talking about his autistic son. Fellow Hall of Fame pitcher Ferguson Jenkins paid tribute to the Philadelphia Phillies scout who signed him. Tom Lasorda showed he could still make a room full of people laugh. But Vin Scully was the undisputed star on Saturday night at the Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation's annual fundraising dinner. The 1,000-plus people who packed the banquet hall at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza stood and applauded when Bud Selig introduced Scully, who received a leadership award named after the baseball commissioner.
June 21, 1987 | RAY PEREZ, Times Staff Writer
Charging that developmentally disabled patients had been "sexually exploited and abused," the state Department of Social Service on Friday ordered the closing of five of six Machado Family Homes in Los Angeles and Orange counties. Cathleen Norris, a department spokeswoman in Sacramento, said a state investigation had revealed that administrators at the homes had failed to provide adequate care and supervision. The agency ordered closure of a home in Los Angeles County at 13418 Rose St.
Parents and teachers of disabled students Monday told a committee studying special education in the Los Angeles Unified School District that the district should do more to encourage those children to attend classes at regular schools. But other parents said the district should not tinker with the district's special education programs.
August 9, 1997 | DAVID R. BAKER
Sheriff's deputies investigating the death of a Moorpark mother and son early Wednesday are focusing on the possibility that their plunge from a high freeway bridge was either an accident or suicide, and not the result of foul play. But with most of the physical evidence examined, and no known witnesses to the fall, Capt. Larry Robertson of the Ventura County Sheriff's Department said Friday that investigators may never determine exactly what sent the two tumbling to their deaths.
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