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January 8, 1993 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At 9:15 on New Year's morning, while couples fought at home over the TV for bowl games and the Rose Parade, Helen Klein and 21 others began running along a one-mile paved road around a lake in West Sacramento. Thursday morning, they finished.
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May 5, 2002
Leslee Komaiko's article about a local hat store ("The Interfaith Appeal of a Fine Hat," Metropolis, April 7) brought back a sweet, nostalgic memory of the year 1945. Returning home to Brooklyn after serving 28 months in China, Burma and India, my new husband excitedly donned his old zoot suit and, with great anticipation, made a mad dash to Ruby's to purchase the perfect fedora. A zoot suit, a new bride, a black overcoat, gray suede gloves and a custom-made Ruby's hat. It was as good as it got!
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 2, 1996
Jack Kemp had better practice his blocking to edge out the obvious No. 2 man--Ms. Liddy. HELEN KLEIN Santa Monica
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 2, 1996
Jack Kemp had better practice his blocking to edge out the obvious No. 2 man--Ms. Liddy. HELEN KLEIN Santa Monica
MAGAZINE
May 5, 2002
Leslee Komaiko's article about a local hat store ("The Interfaith Appeal of a Fine Hat," Metropolis, April 7) brought back a sweet, nostalgic memory of the year 1945. Returning home to Brooklyn after serving 28 months in China, Burma and India, my new husband excitedly donned his old zoot suit and, with great anticipation, made a mad dash to Ruby's to purchase the perfect fedora. A zoot suit, a new bride, a black overcoat, gray suede gloves and a custom-made Ruby's hat. It was as good as it got!
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1999
Whenever I sit in a state-of-the-art hair salon, I think back to my 13th year in the summer of 1935--the year of my first permanent wave. A neighbor in the next block had an electric permanent waving machine set up in her living room. The machine was a tall stand with electrical cords dangling. Each cord had a clamp in which parts of your hair were enclosed. After all the clamping, the "stylist" stood by with a bellows that she continuously opened and closed to cool the clamps and to avoid any singeing.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 19, 1993
With the release of "The Joy Luck Club," I am overjoyed to see Asian-American actors, directors, writers and other behind-the-scenes personnel get the chance to display our talents ("Joy, Luck and Hollywood," by Amy Tan, Sept. 5). But the success of this mainstream movie with an ethnic slant begs the questions: Wherefore the Asian man? And what of his role in American entertainment? We are everywhere, living full lives of wants and desires, lusts and disappointments. You see us in politics, sports, education, medicine, the performing arts--being regular people, living American lives.
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June 15, 2004 | Regine Labossiere, Andrew Blankstein and Nikki Usher, Times Staff Writers
Los Angeles police on Monday arrested a transient suspected of cutting off the head of a 91-year-old screenwriter and fatally stabbing his Hollywood neighbor over the weekend. A security guard recognized Kevin Lee Graff, 27, outside Paramount Studios after his photograph was shown at a televised news conference. Graff was apprehended as he sat on a wall under a row of ficus trees near Melrose Avenue. He had a Bible and a small can of Mace, officers said.
NEWS
August 3, 1989 | Sean Waters
Mike Dunlap has been on the run since being selected as new the Cal Lutheran basketball coach. If he's not busy recruiting out-of-state athletes, he's busy competing in across-the-state athletics. Dunlap recently added two more names to his list of recruits--Matt Wilkins of Lathrop High in Fairbanks, Alaska and Brenden Dillion of Melbourne High in Melbourne Australia. Earlier, he signed Adan Valencia of Buena High.
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March 5, 2004 | Diane Pucin, Times Staff Writer
A year ago, Tatyana Pozdnyakova won the women's division of the Los Angeles Marathon in 2 hours 29 minutes 40 seconds -- an outstanding time for someone about to turn 48. Pozdnyakova is believed to be the oldest winner, male or female, of any big-city marathon. In addition to prize money, her triumph brought her a measure of fame and focused attention on a fast-growing segment of competitive runners: women 40 and older.
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January 8, 1993 | JIM HODGES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At 9:15 on New Year's morning, while couples fought at home over the TV for bowl games and the Rose Parade, Helen Klein and 21 others began running along a one-mile paved road around a lake in West Sacramento. Thursday morning, they finished.
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