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BOOKS
January 17, 1999
Joelle Dumas, educator: "Summerhill: A Radical Approach to Child Rearing" by A.S. Neill (Hart). "A.S. Neill was the child psychologist who started the famous Summerhill School in mid-century England. His was a simple philosophy of pure love and freedom for children." **** Cathryn Shin, public defender: "Siddhartha" by Hermann Hesse (Bantam). "Hesse takes his reader on a beautiful and sometimes painful journey of self-realization.
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ENTERTAINMENT
April 24, 2007 | From Reuters
Former Washington Post reporter Carl Bernstein, who with Bob Woodward helped expose the Watergate scandal, has spent eight years researching the life of Hillary Rodham Clinton and will publish a 640-page biography of her in June, its publisher said Monday. The book, to be published by Alfred A. Knopf, is called "A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton" and will have a first printing of 350,000 copies in the United States, a Knopf spokesman said.
OPINION
December 7, 1986
Here we go again. The Iran-contra fiasco sounds like the makings of another Watergate. It has the same scenario with a different follow-up. Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein will write a book entitled, "The Gipper Goofed." There will be an investigation and the pressure from the news media and public will force Reagan to resign. A movie adapted from the book by Woodward and Bernstein will be made, starring Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda as Ronnie and Nancy. Ted Kennedy will be elected President in 1988.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 2008 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Gerard Damiano, 80, director of the pioneering pornographic film that lent its name to the Watergate whistle-blower known as "Deep Throat," died Saturday at a hospital in Fort Myers, Fla., his son, Gerard Damiano Jr., told the Associated Press. He had suffered a stroke in September. "He was a filmmaker and an artist and we thought of him as such," the younger Damiano said. "Even though we weren't allowed to see his movies, we knew he was a moviemaker, and we were proud of that." Damiano's "Deep Throat," starring Linda Lovelace and Harry Reems, was a mainstream box-office success and helped launch the modern, hard-core adult entertainment industry.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 12, 2012 | By Kelly Scott
Newly named Kennedy Center honoree Dustin Hoffman is probably best-known for movie roles that include Benjamin Braddock in "The Graduate," Carl Bernstein in "All the President's Men" and Michael Dorsey/Dorothy Michaels in "Tootsie. " But his roots are in the theater, and he has occasionally returned to the stage. But before he became one of Hollywood's leading anti-heroes in '60s and '70s films, he spent two years at the Pasadena Playhouse's College of Theater Arts, where he met and befriended fellow student Gene Hackman.
NEWS
April 4, 1989 | From United Press International
A group of 180 prominent American Jews called on Israel today to change its policies in the occupied territories and to engage in direct negotiations with the Palestine Liberation Organization. "Many American Jews do not support the suppression of the Palestine people and the continued occupation of the West Bank and Gaza," the group said in a statement released as Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir arrived in the United States for talks Wednesday with President Bush.
SPORTS
October 23, 1989 | LARRY STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The major effect that the rescheduling of the World Series will have on ABC-TV is that the network must now do some more reshuffling of programming. With the Series tentatively planned to resume Friday instead of Tuesday, the biggest dilemma could occur next Sunday if a Game 5 is necessary, and starts at 5:30 p.m. On the ABC schedule that night is a heavily promoted, made-for-TV movie, "The Final Days," based on the book by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.
OPINION
September 3, 1989
Particularly striking to me is Shaw's observation that "as conventional wisdom becomes more prevalent, it becomes both more conventional and less wise. When all think alike, none really think; society ultimately suffers." I found myself wishing, as I read, that Shaw had included reference to the independent reporter I.F. Stone as described in The Times just two months ago by Henry Weinstein and Judy Pasternak, on the occasion of Stone's death at age 81. They quoted Carl Bernstein of the Washington Post:"At a time when the herd instinct ran rampant in our profession, he almost alone remembered what being a real reporter was about."
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