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May 3, 1986 | PATRICIA KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
A Studio City neurosurgeon sentenced to begin serving a 180-day jail term Friday for his part in the drug overdose death of his wife was given a two-week delay to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert Fainer granted the delay Friday after attorney Gerson S. Horn argued that Dr. Stephen M. Levine would suffer severe psychological damage if imprisoned. Over the objection of Deputy Dist. Atty.
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 12, 2001 | BRIAN LOWRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
David Levine is frustrated. His company, Promark Television, has a great deal invested in a new science-fiction series, "The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne," which he is trying to place on TV stations to run each weekend, much like "Xena: Warrior Princess" or "V.I.P." Instead of discussions about the show's creative direction or ratings promise, however, Levine maintains the question he has gotten from some station executives is more basic. How much will you pay us to put it on?
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ENTERTAINMENT
June 12, 2001 | BRIAN LOWRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
David Levine is frustrated. His company, Promark Television, has a great deal invested in a new science-fiction series, "The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne," which he is trying to place on TV stations to run each weekend, much like "Xena: Warrior Princess" or "V.I.P." Instead of discussions about the show's creative direction or ratings promise, however, Levine maintains the question he has gotten from some station executives is more basic. How much will you pay us to put it on?
ENTERTAINMENT
April 15, 1997 | CATHY CURTIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
David P. Levine was pursuing a major in marketing at USC when he had a revelation that eventually changed his life. "We were in the middle of the Depression," the courtly, soft-spoken Levine, 86, recalled recently. "I could see that my parents had lost most of their money. And I got the philosophy that you might as well do something that you like because if you're doing something just to make money . . . it doesn't always work." What he liked was being outdoors, camping and fishing.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 15, 1997 | CATHY CURTIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
David P. Levine was pursuing a major in marketing at USC when he had a revelation that eventually changed his life. "We were in the middle of the Depression," the courtly, soft-spoken Levine, 86, recalled recently. "I could see that my parents had lost most of their money. And I got the philosophy that you might as well do something that you like because if you're doing something just to make money . . . it doesn't always work." What he liked was being outdoors, camping and fishing.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 1986 | PATRICIA KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
A San Fernando Valley neurosurgeon who pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and illegally prescribing large doses of a painkiller drug that led to his addict wife's overdose death was sentenced Friday to serve 180 days in Los Angeles County Jail. Dr. Stephen M. Levine, 42, also was sentenced to five years' probation and ordered to perform 2,000 hours of community medical service in the May 12, 1984, death of his wife, Myrna, at the couple's Tarzana home. Levine's brother, Dr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 2003 | From Bloomberg News
A Los Angeles man convicted for his role in a telemarketing scheme that defrauded more than 3,000 people of $50 million was sentenced to 24 years in prison and must repay $49 million to his victims. Marc David Levine, 45, of Woodland Hills was convicted in January on 24 counts of wire fraud, securities fraud, conspiracy and other charges, according to the U.S. attorney's office in San Diego.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 1985 | PATRICIA KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
Saying there is insufficient evidence at this time, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office Tuesday declined to file murder charges against a San Fernando Valley neurosurgeon who Los Angeles police say killed his wife more than a year ago by supplying her with a massive overdose of the drug Demerol. Dr. Stephen M. Levine, 42, of Studio City, was released from jail Tuesday afternoon, about 26 hours after police arrested him at his medical clinic in Chatsworth.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 1985 | PATRICIA KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
A San Fernando Valley neurosurgeon was arrested by Los Angeles police Monday on suspicion of murdering his wife last May with a massive overdose of the pain-killing drug Demerol. Dr. Stephen M. Levine, 42, was arrested by detectives at about 1:30 p.m. at his medical clinic at 21317 Devonshire St., Chatsworth, police said. His wife, Myrna, 29, died May 12, 1984, in the couple's Tarzana home. Police said they are continuing to investigate Levine's older brother, Dr.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1986 | PATRICIA KLEIN, Times Staff Writer
A Studio City neurosurgeon sentenced to begin serving a 180-day jail term Friday for his part in the drug overdose death of his wife was given a two-week delay to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert Fainer granted the delay Friday after attorney Gerson S. Horn argued that Dr. Stephen M. Levine would suffer severe psychological damage if imprisoned. Over the objection of Deputy Dist. Atty.
NEWS
September 25, 1992 | JUDITH SIMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER; Judith Sims holds a certificate in horticulture from UCLA Extension and is a member of the Southern California Horticultural Society
You've just sent the last check to the contractor; your new deck or patio is complete, almost. Except that every time you sit on it, the Valley sun blasts you back to the air conditioner. You need a patio tree. A neat tree, not too big, guaranteed to give shade, whose roots will not push up the flagstones or warp the wood decking. While our first inclination may be to find an elm or a cedar just like the ones in our parents' neighborhood in Chicago or Santa Cruz, we must quell the impulse.
BUSINESS
November 13, 2013 | By Roger Vincent
Online bingo game manager Adam Carpenter wants a dog, and his apartment landlord is ready to roll out the red carpet for the prospective pooch. In Marina del Rey and upscale neighborhoods nearby, the drive is on to attract sophisticated tenants like Carpenter who work in the technology, media and entertainment businesses flourishing on the Westside. Dog runs, smoke-free apartments, fire pits, Wi-Fi, fully equipped gyms and pools are just a few of the amenities tailored for the creative set. A new addition is a splashy complex of 12 buildings with 544 apartments at the marina.
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