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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 1985 | From a Times Staff Writer
The legal dispute over whether a 14-year-old boy should live with his fundamentalist Christian mother or homosexual father is apparently over after the father withdrew from the case, saying he will no longer try to contact his son.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 15, 1987 | HECTOR GUTIERREZ, Times Staff Writer
Betty Lou Batey, the fundamentalist Christian accused of taking her son from his homosexual father, testified Thursday that she believed her son would have been exposed to drugs, alcohol and molestation by strangers unless she took him away. During the first day of her trial on child stealing charges, Batey said that she took her son, Brian, not because of his father's homosexual life style but because his father had become a "liberal and militant."
TRAVEL
November 22, 1987 | BOB O'SULLIVAN, O'Sullivan is a nationally known travel writer who lives in Canoga Park
Their names are Brian and Louise Sanders, but you'd never learn their names from their dialogue. They hadn't been on the bus 15 seconds before everyone on the tour got the message. Brian edged his way down the aisle smiling, bumping into people's shoulders with either his midsection or his carry-on and excusing himself. He flopped down in a double seat toward the back. "Stupid!" his wife called from the front of the bus. "You hear me?" "Hear ya? They can hear you back in the States."
ENTERTAINMENT
May 24, 1991 | KENNETH TURAN, TIMES FILM CRITIC
If fires had agents, not to mention publicists, the seven spectacular blazes (or is it eight--with all that smoke, it's easy to lose track) that energize "Backdraft" would have their names up in lights and the film's nominal stars would end up in small print. Because nothing anyone human does in this rather conventional smoke opera can hold a candle to conflagrations so eye-popping they make "The Towering Inferno" look like leftovers from "The Little Match Girl."
ENTERTAINMENT
November 23, 1988 | DON SHIRLEY
When Adam and Eve tasted the forbidden fruit, they had to leave the Garden of Eden. But at least their world expanded. That wouldn't happen nowadays, suggests David Michael Erickson in his "Appetite," at the Cast-at-the-Circle. If we continue catering to our basest hungers and impulses, the world will shrink. The world of the three characters in "Appetite" has already shrunk to one room in an abandoned cafe, somewhere in the Southwestern desert.
SPORTS
February 2, 2010 | Helene Elliott
Leave it to Brian Burke to break open a trade market that had been stuck because it's so difficult to move huge contracts and because many general managers can't decide whether to buy or sell while their clubs are still in playoff contention. Burke, the Toronto Maple Leafs' GM, on Sunday ripped apart a roster that badly needed ripping. His acquisitions of defenseman Dion Phaneuf from Calgary and goaltender Jean-Sebastien Giguere from the Ducks fall into the category of reclamation projects, and those are always risky.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 11, 2000 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The escalating tension between the contestants of the CBS "reality" series "Big Brother" and its producers took a surreal turn over the weekend, as the six remaining "house guests" vowed to leave en masse during this Wednesday's live broadcast--more than two weeks before the program's scheduled finale.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 1, 1993 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Menendez family estate, once valued at up to $14 million, is virtually depleted, it was disclosed Tuesday at Lyle and Erik Menendez's murder trial. Shrunken by taxes, legal fees and other costs, Jose and Kitty Menendez's estate is worth no more than $800,000--and has debts at least that high, defense lawyer Leslie Abramson said in court. Probate records are sealed and the defense had kept financial figures secret throughout the trial.
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