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February 11, 1994 | MIKE PENNER
He does volunteer work for the Kings because, well, somebody has to, and he has been on call for 15 years, ready and willing to take a puck in the teeth at a moment's notice. But a man's also got to eat, so on this afternoon in a Hollywood sound studio, Harris Peet sets aside his 44-ounce "Super Tanker" of diet soda, clears his throat and bellows into a microphone, letting loose a foghorn blast that rattles the window separating him from the director. "LET 'ER RIP, CHOLLY!!"
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February 11, 1994 | MIKE PENNER
He does volunteer work for the Kings because, well, somebody has to, and he has been on call for 15 years, ready and willing to take a puck in the teeth at a moment's notice. But a man's also got to eat, so on this afternoon in a Hollywood sound studio, Harris Peet sets aside his 44-ounce "Super Tanker" of diet soda, clears his throat and bellows into a microphone, letting loose a foghorn blast that rattles the window separating him from the director. "LET 'ER RIP, CHOLLY!!"
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March 30, 1991 | DENNIS McLELLAN
The Coach House, the county's premiere pop-music venue, will launch a monthlong series of Wednesday night comedy shows next week. Coach House publicist Nikki Sweet said the decision to branch out sprung from a decline in the availability of bands in recent months, coupled with the success of the occasional comedy nights that the club has been offering since fall. Appearing Wednesday are Carmen Circillo, Robert Jenkins, Steve Marmell and Dan Reddington. Show time is 8 p.m., and tickets are $10.
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October 24, 1998 | JIM HODGES
This just in from the Minor League Hockey Is a Small World Dept.: The newest Kings' goalie, Ryan Bach, came to the team in a trade with Detroit, which farmed him out to Utah of the International Hockey League before the season. There he faced Long Beach on Oct. 10, losing, 4-2. The Ice Dogs' goalie was Manny Legace, who made his second NHL start Friday night for the Kings, backed up by Bach. And at 11:57 of the second period, he was replaced by Bach after suffering a mild concussion.
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January 26, 2001 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Talk about feast or famine. In the refreshingly sharp romantic comedy "Two Ninas," Ron Livingston's Marty Sachs, who handles stats for the New York Post's sports section, has had no romance for a year, but at last, responding to his best pal's nudging, connects in unexpectedly short order with the beautiful brunet Nina Cohen (Cara Buono) and then the rich and glamorous Nina Harris (Amanda Peet). Like Marty, Nina Cohen has had her share of rotten dating experiences.
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