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May 15, 1998
Caroline Rosemarie Chiarello, a 19-year resident of Newbury Park, has died at the age of 81. Chiarello, who died Sunday, was born Aug. 18, 1916, in Buffalo, N.Y. She moved to California in 1962 and to Newbury Park in 1979. Chiarello worked for 13 years as a supervisor in Woodland Hills at the Litton Federal Credit Union. While living in Buffalo, Chiarello was president of the Kensington Service Club and was twice named the club's Woman of the Year, her family said.
August 5, 1992
Caroline Powers Brown, a retired artist who worked as a costume designer, has died at a West Hills hospital. She was 83. A resident of Canoga Park, Mrs. Brown died July 29 of cancer, said her son-in-law, J. Michael Hibler of Woodland Hills. She was born in Decatur, Ill., where she studied art and costume design at Milliken University. She came to California in 1939, worked as a costume designer in movie studios and taught costume design classes, painted, made collages and designed jewelry.
April 25, 1989
Caroline Coleman, board president of the Inglewood Unified School District, died Saturday at her home in Inglewood after what her family said was a long illness. She was 51. Mrs. Coleman, who was also a county probation officer, was appointed to the Inglewood school board in 1979 and won election to the board twice. At the time of her death, she was seeking a third term and had won 44% of the vote in a primary election April 4. She was facing a runoff election in June. In 1986, she won dismissal in Superior Court of embezzlement charges brought in connection with expense accounts filed as a school board member.
January 17, 1993 | STEVE HOCHMAN
*** Subtitled "Yesterday's New Wave Hits as Performed by Today's Stars," this album could be sub-subtitled "There's No Accounting for Taste," what with such "stars" as Finger, Polvo and Hypnolovewheel honoring such not-exactly-deathless hits as, respectively, "Tainted Love," "Mexican Radio" and "Antmusic."
November 25, 2012 | By Irene Lacher
Caroline Kennedy, the only living child of JFK and Jacqueline Kennedy, wrote the foreword to "Listening In: The Secret White House Recordings of John F. Kennedy. " The new book consists of a curated collection of taped conversations in the holdings of the JFK Presidential Library in Boston, the last of which was released this year. Most people associate secret tapes with Nixon. I wasn't aware that Kennedy had them too. Do you know whether he was the first president to do that? I don't think so. There's an interesting entry in the book where A. Philip Randolph is making a pitch on civil rights and it turns out that 20 years before he made a similar one to Roosevelt, so I think it started with President Roosevelt.
October 16, 2013 | By Lisa Mascaro
WASHINGTON - The Senate late Wednesday confirmed the nomination of Caroline Kennedy as the next U.S. ambassador to Japan. Kennedy, a prominent author and philanthropist and the daughter of President Kennedy, was nominated for the position by President Obama in July. The Senate confirmed Kennedy's nomination without a vote by consent. Last month, during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Kennedy told the panel of her father's efforts to improve relations between the two countries after World War II. "I would be humbled to carry forward his legacy in a small way, and represent the powerful bonds that unite our two democratic societies," she told the panel.
July 24, 2013 | By Michael McGough
Several months after the idea was first bruited, the White House has announced that President Obama will nominate Caroline Kennedy as ambassador to Japan. The Times had this to say about the idea in an editorial in April: "If Caroline Kennedy were simply a lawyer and author, it's doubtful that she would be on any president's short list for a major diplomatic appointment. But Kennedy is also a member of a storied American political family and an early and valued supporter of Barack Obama's presidential ambitions.
April 17, 2013
Writers from around the Tribune Co. reveal their favorite baseball singing traditions. Feel free to share yours in the comment section. Kevin Baxter, Los Angeles Times I'm old-school, so my favorite singing tradition at baseball games is "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the seventh-inning stretch.  It reminds me of going to games when I was a kid and, more important, of singing it with my son when he was young. Just don't ask me to sing it now. You'll wind up hating the song forever But in the non-traditional song category I have to go with "Sweet Caroline.
February 28, 2013 | By S. Irene Virbila
Caroline Styne and chef Suzanne Goin opened Lucques together in 1998. A.O.C. soon followed, and a while later, Tavern . Both partners are very hands-on, Goin in the kitchen and Styne in the front of the house. Styne also puts the wine lists together and they've grown ever more eclectic and compelling over the years. The two have just moved A.O.C. into the old Orso space in West Hollywood. “I've been in love with that building ever since I used to go there with my dad,” Styne says.
Caroline Knapp, a journalist and author who detailed her struggle with alcoholism with candor and eloquence in the bestselling memoir, "Drinking: A Love Story," has died. She was 42. Knapp died June 3 at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Mass. The cause of death was complications from lung cancer.
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