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March 25, 1999 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harris Done still can't believe it. The movie house he loyally patronized as a kid, the theater with Orange County's biggest, baddest screen, is showing his first major film tonight. "I am so stunned," said Done, the Anaheim-bred director of "Storm," an action-thriller screening at the Edwards Newport Cinemas in Newport Beach, a.k.a. the Big Newport.
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March 25, 1999 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harris Done still can't believe it. The movie house he loyally patronized as a kid, the theater with Orange County's biggest, baddest screen, is showing his first major film tonight. "I am so stunned," said Done, the Anaheim-bred director of "Storm," an action-thriller screening at the Edwards Newport Cinemas in Newport Beach, a.k.a. the Big Newport.
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 16, 1990 | THOMAS K. ARNOLD
Emmylou Harris is as responsible as anyone for broadening country music's once-limited appeal. In a recording career that spans nearly two decades, she has consistently crossed over to mainstream pop audiences--but not with diluted, homogenized pablum. Harris has steadfastly remained true to the spirit of traditional country and its gritty, earthy roots. She has freshened it up, livened it up, but never compromised its inherent integrity.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 16, 1990 | THOMAS K. ARNOLD
Emmylou Harris is as responsible as anyone for broadening country music's once-limited appeal. In a recording career that spans nearly two decades, she has consistently crossed over to mainstream pop audiences--but not with diluted, homogenized pablum. Harris has steadfastly remained true to the spirit of traditional country and its gritty, earthy roots. She has freshened it up, livened it up, but never compromised its inherent integrity.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1994 | JAIME ABDO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It was 12-year-old Diana Araujo's first visit to a dentist, and she was less than thrilled. Like many of the 250 mostly low-income children who showed up for free dental care offered at a one-day clinic Saturday, Diana had never seen a dentist. The child, it turned out, needed to have a molar removed. "I'm glad it's over," she mumbled later, puffy-eyed from crying. Nevertheless, she said, the experience had not been as bad as she thought it would be.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 17, 1993 | MARK I. PINSKY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The pilot of the small plane that crashed in Carbon Canyon was identified Tuesday as Gordon S. Hansen, a retired dentist from Placentia. Hansen's Piper Twin Comanche plunged into a hillside lemon grove Monday, hitting the ground at 100 m.p.h. and igniting a brush fire, aviation officials said. The plane had taken off from Fullerton Airport. The coroner's office identified Hansen, a 59-year-old financial investor, by dental records. "He was an extremely fine person," said Dr. Harris N.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1996 | JOHN POPE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Dr. Harris Done, an Irvine-based dentist, has traveled several times to South America to provide free care for children whose teeth had never been examined before his clinic came to their town. But on Saturday, in a makeshift clinic set up in an elementary school library, Done was able to do the same without leaving Orange County.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1995 | JEFF KASS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Dentist Harris Done had traveled through the poorest sections of Mexico and Central America for almost 25 years providing free dental care to local Indians when a patient here alerted him to another region that needed help: Orange County. That was four years ago, and since then, Done estimates, he has provided dental care to 4,000 elementary and high school students throughout the county.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 9, 1990 | RICHARD CROMELIN
It was the end of an aura at the Roxy on Wednesday. That's when the haunting atmospheres that English singer Hugh Harris cooked up on his recent debut album were converted into a harder-rocking, more anonymous sound that robbed him of his best features. On that album, "Words for Our Years," Harris' eccentric, enigmatic compositions pull you into a sultry spell of Hendrix-like sound washes and Princely R&B/pop reveries.
OPINION
December 29, 1996
I take issue with Scott Harris' column (Dec. 19) wherein he recounts his brush with crime. He then takes a gratuitous swipe at the NRA and citizens who want to legally carry concealed weapons and poses rhetorical questions about whether it would be more dangerous to let citizens have concealed weapon permits. Until recently, the city of Los Angeles did not issue any such permits. As a result of a lawsuit and subsequent settlement, some permits are being issued upon a showing of good moral character and good cause.
SPORTS
October 23, 2005 | From Associated Press
Trent Edwards passed for career highs of 303 yards and three touchdowns to help Stanford to a 45-35 victory over Arizona State on Saturday at Palo Alto. Mark Bradford caught nine passes for 185 yards, including two long scoring passes in the second quarter and the Cardinal, 4-2 overall and 3-1 in the Pacific 10 Conference, pulled away from Arizona State for its third consecutive victory. Stanford led, 45-7, midway through the third quarter before coasting to the finish.
SPORTS
August 19, 2010 | By Gary Klein
USC center Kristofer O'Dowd has been named to several preseason All-America and All-Pacific 10 Conference teams. But the senior from Arizona is not paying much attention. "You can't get caught up in that hype because you really haven't done anything yet," O'Dowd said. "So I try to do my best to stay out of the papers and the websites and focus on the season. " O'Dowd, 6 feet 5 and 300 pounds, is hoping for a healthy start. In 2009, O'Dowd suffered a dislocated kneecap during training camp, sat out the season opener against San Jose State and then rushed back in time to play the next week at Ohio State.
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