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September 18, 2004
Is it just me, or do the Olympics and the Paul Hamm controversy seem like they were a very long time ago and incredibly unimportant? How quickly we move on. P.J. Gendell Beverly Hills
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September 18, 2004
Is it just me, or do the Olympics and the Paul Hamm controversy seem like they were a very long time ago and incredibly unimportant? How quickly we move on. P.J. Gendell Beverly Hills
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SPORTS
November 2, 1996
The NBA should have called its list "The 49 greatest players in NBA history plus Shaquille O'Neal." P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
SPORTS
May 29, 2004
I read the little blurb that said, "Clippers get No. 2 pick," and my first thought was, "Wow, I wonder whose career will be cursed now?" P.J. Gendell Beverly Hills It's May in L.A. The Lakers are bling, bling, blinging. The Clippers are pingpong pinging. Anthony Moretti Lomita
SPORTS
April 29, 2000
If there is any justice in the world, Bobby Knight will leave Indiana, go to the NBA and end up coaching Latrell Sprewell. P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
SPORTS
April 17, 2004
Congratulations to Phil Mickelson for his first win in a major. I believe that the new title of "the best golfer never to have won a major" undoubtedly now belongs to ... Michelle Wie. P.J. Gendell Beverly Hills
SPORTS
May 29, 2004
I read the little blurb that said, "Clippers get No. 2 pick," and my first thought was, "Wow, I wonder whose career will be cursed now?" P.J. Gendell Beverly Hills It's May in L.A. The Lakers are bling, bling, blinging. The Clippers are pingpong pinging. Anthony Moretti Lomita
SPORTS
March 11, 1995
At the Forum (the other) night, midway through the second quarter, the public-address announcer said: "Randolph Keys replacing Lloyd Daniels." Not only didn't I know which team was substituting, I wasn't even sure which league I was watching. P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
SPORTS
March 2, 1996
News flash for Jose Offerman: Major league teams treat shortstops who can field better than those who can't. P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills All I know is that Jose Offerman not only made more errors than Tommy Lasorda in '95, he was caught napping more often. BURT PRELUTSKY North Hills
SPORTS
August 13, 1994
Todd Worrell blames his bad year on not knowing his "role." It's not that complicated: Warm up, go into the game, pitch the ball, get someone out. Worrell is a master of the first three. P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
SPORTS
April 17, 2004
Congratulations to Phil Mickelson for his first win in a major. I believe that the new title of "the best golfer never to have won a major" undoubtedly now belongs to ... Michelle Wie. P.J. Gendell Beverly Hills
SPORTS
April 29, 2000
If there is any justice in the world, Bobby Knight will leave Indiana, go to the NBA and end up coaching Latrell Sprewell. P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
MAGAZINE
February 13, 2000
Welcome to my house. Have a seat on the sofa. Lean back all the way. Notice the horsehair-and-springs construction? Feel the itchy warp of the antique kilim upholstery on the back of your neck? Sink into the old-money, English-country, dog-hair-covered vibe. Breathe deep the Moroccan-influenced intellectual Bohemian flavor. Understand that the woman to whom this sofa belongs is ahead of the curve, beyond trends. She is, well, me. A woman in love with her sofa.
SPORTS
November 2, 1996
The NBA should have called its list "The 49 greatest players in NBA history plus Shaquille O'Neal." P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
SPORTS
March 2, 1996
News flash for Jose Offerman: Major league teams treat shortstops who can field better than those who can't. P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills All I know is that Jose Offerman not only made more errors than Tommy Lasorda in '95, he was caught napping more often. BURT PRELUTSKY North Hills
SPORTS
January 20, 1996
As the Cowboys roll toward another Super Bowl championship, Barry Switzer's decision to try for a first down on fourth and one against Philadelphia sure seems like a moot point. Amazing how everyone, especially the media, thought it was so important at the time. Barry was right when he said after the regular season that the hard part was over and the easy part begins. How 'bout them Cowboys! P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
SPORTS
January 20, 1996
As the Cowboys roll toward another Super Bowl championship, Barry Switzer's decision to try for a first down on fourth and one against Philadelphia sure seems like a moot point. Amazing how everyone, especially the media, thought it was so important at the time. Barry was right when he said after the regular season that the hard part was over and the easy part begins. How 'bout them Cowboys! P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
BUSINESS
August 21, 1991 | From a Times Staff Writer
Partners at Gendel, Raskoff, Shapiro & Quittner, for many years one of the country's premier firms in bankruptcy and reorganization law, have voted to dissolve the Century City firm Oct. 31. Several of the partners have already announced intentions to join other law firms. Insiders say merger negotiations continue between remaining partners and a large New York firm looking to open a branch office in Los Angeles.
SPORTS
March 11, 1995
At the Forum (the other) night, midway through the second quarter, the public-address announcer said: "Randolph Keys replacing Lloyd Daniels." Not only didn't I know which team was substituting, I wasn't even sure which league I was watching. P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
SPORTS
August 13, 1994
Todd Worrell blames his bad year on not knowing his "role." It's not that complicated: Warm up, go into the game, pitch the ball, get someone out. Worrell is a master of the first three. P.J. GENDELL Beverly Hills
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