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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 1991
Re "The Buzz" (Nov. 3) about that poor, bothered producer who hates it when viewers "surf" and "graze" (through the channels) because it wipes out the ratings: Does he actually suggest we should watch the shows? Most of us don't care a pin about the ratings. We want good programs of all kinds, and it seems the only time we get them are during sweeps months. I suggest that all network executives watch their own network shows for one entire evening per week. OK, make it once a month.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 1997 | SOLOMON MOORE
In early 1869, a Jewish immigrant from Nuremburg, Bavaria, rode through what is now the San Fernando Valley on his way to inspect his various farms and ranches in Southern California. He liked what he saw. Isaac Lankershim, a successful grain grower and stockman, was impressed by the Valley's high wild oats, which he thought ideal for grazing. Later that year, he heard about the money troubles of Pio Pico, the last Mexican governor of California who also owned much of the Valley.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 10, 1987 | CATHY CURTIS
"Grazing" is the word food trendies use for those little nibbles that add up to a satisfying meal. On Oct. 1, the fifth annual Newport Salute to the Arts will offer its version of grazing with a range of arts activities and hors d'oeuvres, desserts and beverages from the kitchens of more than 30 local restaurants. From 5 to 8 p.m.
NEWS
July 7, 1995 | KASTLE WASERMAN
About a year ago, there was a rumor that the Palomino was closing. Jerry Lee Lewis, Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson and countless others, before and after they reached stardom, have graced the stage of this legendary landmark nightclub. But it was original owner Sherry Thomas, after an eight-year leave to raise her family, who saved the club, which was drowning in debt and lacked identity. Thomas said: "We get tired and down sometimes; running this place is hard work.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 1988 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
"Bluegrass" has an immediate credibility problem. As any Kentuckian knows, Louisville is pronounced Lou-vul , not Louie-ville . Probably no one will approach this undistinguished two-part CBS drama (9 p.m. Sunday and Monday on Channels 2 and 8) seeking enlightenment, however.
FOOD
September 8, 1988 | BARBARA HANSEN, Times Staff Writer
It was great fun, and a novel way to picnic. Practicing the age-old Asian art of market-eating, we had gone to Yaohan, the huge Japanese supermarket at the eastern edge of Little Tokyo in downtown Los Angeles. One of our party was Japanese, and she led the foray through the aisles. Soon our basket held more than we could possibly consume. It wasn't sheer greediness. We simply couldn't resist the intriguing and unusual Japanese foods.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1989 | JERRY GILLAM, Times Staff Writer
The wife of Assembly Republican leader Ross Johnson of La Habra was slightly injured when a bullet shattered the windows of her van while she was driving along Interstate 80 near the state Capitol, his office said Friday. Anne Richards, Johnson's press secretary, said doctors told them the "bullet grazed the chin" of Diane Johnson, 47, when she was driving to Davis from Sacramento early Thursday afternoon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 5, 2003 | From Times Staff Reports
An Anaheim police officer was grazed by a shot fired from his holstered gun Wednesday during a struggle, a department spokesman said. The unidentified officer was assisting Orange County mental health officials in taking Albert Labonte, 20, into custody at a home in the 1700 block of Woodwind Lane. Labonte resisted and managed to squeeze the trigger of the holstered firearm, said Sgt. Rick Martinez. The officer was treated for minor injures. Labonte was booked on assault charges.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 1993
An 18-year-old man was wounded slightly in a street shooting at 5:15 a.m. Saturday in the 600 block of Palermo Way, police said. The man, identified as Christopher McKinney of La Habra, was treated for a gunshot graze wound at a local hospital and released, police said. "We don't know if this shooting was gang-related," said Sgt. Bob Wyse. "Witnesses reported that they saw two gunmen running from the scene after the shooting." Wyse added that the motive for the shooting has not been determined.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1996
A 6-year-old boy playing with a loaded gun was grazed in the stomach, chest and upper arm when the weapon slipped from his hands and fired one bullet, police said. The child, whose name was withheld because of his age, was treated for superficial wounds Friday night at Los Angeles Childrens Hospital and held overnight for observation. But he was in little pain by early Saturday, according to hospital spokesman Steve Rutledge, and even played in his room before being released in the afternoon.
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