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July 4, 1990
I read with interest your editorial, "The Human Cargo in the Back of Trucks" (June 20). The last sentence hit home, "So there's really only one place for everyone to go . . . that's up to the front of the truck, by choice." As a Los Angeles motor cop I couldn't agree with you more. But, unfortunately, life is not always black and white. Daily, in the course of my traffic enforcement, I will stop families with children riding in the back of pickup trucks.
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July 4, 1990
I read with interest your editorial, "The Human Cargo in the Back of Trucks" (June 20). The last sentence hit home, "So there's really only one place for everyone to go . . . that's up to the front of the truck, by choice." As a Los Angeles motor cop I couldn't agree with you more. But, unfortunately, life is not always black and white. Daily, in the course of my traffic enforcement, I will stop families with children riding in the back of pickup trucks.
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December 17, 1987
Senior outside hitter Julie Evans, who led the Pepperdine women's volleyball team to the championship of the West Coast Athletic Conference, was named the conference player of the year by coaches. Barbara Blizzard, another Pepperdine outside hitter, was named freshman of the year and was also picked on the all-conference second team. USF Coach Laurie Corbelli was selected coach of the year.
NEWS
December 17, 1987
Senior outside hitter Julie Evans, who led the Pepperdine women's volleyball team to the championship of the West Coast Athletic Conference, was named the conference player of the year by coaches. Barbara Blizzard, another Pepperdine outside hitter, was named freshman of the year and was also picked on the all-conference second team. USF Coach Laurie Corbelli was selected coach of the year.
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November 4, 1987 | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
A theatrical concert version of "Magdalena" by Heitor Villa-Lobos, not performed since its short Los Angeles run in 1948, will be presented Nov. 23 in New York at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall. The light opera by the Brazilian composer was first performed by the Los Angeles Civic Light Opera on July 26, 1948. The revival will star Judy Kaye, George Rose, Faith Esham, Kevin Gray and John Raitt (who was in the original cast).
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February 1, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES
Three programs devoted to single composers will be offered as part of the Pacific Symphony's third Summer Series at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, July 4 through Sept. 15. Beethoven, Mozart and Tchaikovsky programs will be held July 21, Aug. 18 and Sept 15, respectively. An American music program--to include popular and Broadway numbers sung by J.Q. and the Bandits, a '50s-style quartet--will open the series on July 4, and a Spanish-flavored concert is slated for Sept. 1.
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July 6, 1990 | ANN CONWAY
"We're waving the flag, not burning it!" With that, Marcy Mulville waved Old Glory with gusto on Wednesday night at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, site of the "All-American Celebration" concert by the Pacific Symphony. Mulville, the lively chairwoman of the symphony board, joined about 100 music buffs for the Fourth of July gourmet picnic that accompanied the start of the orchestra's popular summer series.
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July 6, 1990 | DANIEL CARIAGA, TIMES MUSIC WRITER
An embarrassment of American musical riches in merely secondlevel performances characterized the July 4 opening of a third, five-concert summer season at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre by the Pacific Symphony. Led efficiently by the young American conductor Evans Haile--who has strong credits as coach and conductor in both opera and musical theater--this engaging, generous but complicated program did not bring out the most polished playing from the Orange County orchestra.
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June 28, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES ORANGE COUNTY MUSIC CRITIC
The Pacific Symphony's five-concert summer series at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, which starts Wednesday, will focus on the tried-and-true, "very popular classical music," in the words of Louis G. Spisto, the orchestra's executive director. The concerts have been organized around such "themes" as the opening "All American Celebration" (Wednesday is July 4; there'll be fireworks); all-Mozart and all-Beethoven programs July 21 and Aug. 18 respectively, an "Espana" program Sept.
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May 27, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES
Orange County wades into its second hundred years facing a summer that's filled with a wider range of arts and entertainment activities than ever. The Calendar staff of the Times Orange County Edition selects highlights among the hundreds of choices offered at the county's theaters, art museums, outdoor amphitheaters, concert halls, comedy clubs, movie theaters and elsewhere to stave off any summer doldrums that might dare to take roost. From fireworks to tutus to tugboats . . .
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July 1, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES
In the course of four years, Pacific Symphony has gone from losing money in outdoor summer concerts to anticipating a modest profit this season. Formed in 1979, the Pacific began venturing a summer series only in 1987. The initial effort suffered from poor ticket sales. A three-concert series at Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre in Irvine had to be cut back to a single "Tchaikovsky Spectacular" and a Tony Bennett show.
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