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December 13, 2001 | Geoff Boucher
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ENTERTAINMENT
July 11, 1990 | From Associated Press
The choice of a white actor for the lead in the play "Miss Saigon" has angered Asian-Americans who say the Broadway role should go to an Asian. "It's ridiculous to have a Caucasian actor with taped eyelids play an Asian," Tony Award winner B. D. Wong told the Daily News for a story published today. Jonathan Pryce, the actor chosen for the role of a Eurasian pimp, also did the role in London, and received rave reviews and an Olivier Award for his performance.
SPORTS
April 20, 1995 | Associated Press
Goose Gossage, whose Fu Manchu mustache and 95-m.p.h. fastball intimidated hitters in the 1970s, has called it a career, after 22 years. Gossage, 43, was a setup man for the Seattle Mariners last season. He was released in October but said the team assured him he would have a job when striking players returned but has not invited him back. "If there's no job out there for me, I can't play," he told the Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph. "Everybody in baseball faces it sooner or later.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1997 | PENNY AREVALO
Art teacher Bruce Kanegai received the greatest compliment from one of his students not too long ago. She said he taught her mother 20 years ago at Simi Valley High School, and she considers him the best teacher she ever had. "That's what it's all about," Kanegai said. Perhaps the second-greatest compliment came this week when Amgen Inc. named Kanegai one of five recipients of its annual Amgen Award for Teacher Excellence. The prize comes with a $10,000 prize.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 28, 1997 | JANA J. MONJI
Bertolt Brecht could not have predicted how disturbing his "Jungle of Cities," or "Im Dickicht der Stadte," would be in these PC times. Far worse is that director Frederique Michel does nothing to mitigate the Fu Manchu stereotypes in this City Garage production. Set in Chicago's Chinatown in 1912, the play pits the scheming Chinese lumber dealer, Shlink (Richard Grove), against the rural born and raised George Garga (Justin Davanzo).
ENTERTAINMENT
May 12, 2004 | David Pierson, Times Staff Writer
Wanting to know what the mostly Asian American class considered desirable, professor Darrell Hamamoto asked: What posters are on your bedroom walls? After an uncomfortable silence, Hamamoto got the names he expected -- celebrities such as Brad Pitt. There wasn't an Asian among them, which reinforced what he has long believed: that cliches and stereotypes about Asian men have rendered them sexual afterthoughts.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 27, 1994 | Steve Hochman
On the underground rock scene, the people who find the hottest acts can become stars almost as big as the acts themselves. Everyone in the record business likes to be associated with a winner. When Nirvana skyrocketed in 1990 on Seattle's Sub Pop label, the company's Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman became known as sages of cutting-edge rock. The same with New York-based Matador and its Gerard Cosloy after Liz Phair become last year's cause celebre in rock.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 1, 2007 | Mark Olsen, Special to The Times
DO not be fooled into heading for the bathroom or concession stand during the "intermission" that breaks up the double-billed features that make up "Grindhouse" -- "Planet Terror" and "Death Proof."
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