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October 9, 1992 | ANDREA HEIMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Three members of Orange County's burgeoning Vietnamese community--the largest outside their homeland--will make history in November when their names appear on American ballots. Tony Lam, 56, and Jimmy Tong Nguyen, 45, are among six candidates seeking a seat on the Westminster City Council next month.
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December 24, 2012 | By Deborah Netburn
Happy holidays from everyone's favorite existentialist cat and YouTube star, Henri, Le Chat Noir. The melancholy feline has released " The Worst Noel ," a new video based loosely on Charles Dickens' novella "A Christmas Carol. "  The video opens with Henri philosophizing that the holidays are "just another excuse for the world to intrude on my solitude. " Annoyed by everything, he retreats to sleep, where he can truly be alone. Meeting Henri, Le Chat Noir (Kudos to filmmaker Will Braden for his artful effects work in this section.
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October 8, 1992 | ANDREA HEIMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Three members of Orange County's burgeoning Vietnamese community--the largest outside of Vietnam--will make history in November when their names appear on American ballots. Tony Lam, 56, and Jimmy Tong Nguyen, 45, are among six candidates seeking a seat on the Westminster City Council next month. And in Santa Ana, Vietnamese-American Henry Le is making a run for that City Council. They are the first Vietnamese to seek public office in Orange County, and perhaps the nation, community leaders say.
BUSINESS
October 24, 2012 | By Deborah Netburn
Cat video aficionados know him as Henri Le Chat Noir, an existentialist cat who muses about the meaninglessness of life in a popular series of YouTube videos. But don't be fooled by the vacant stares and the bored looks of disgust. Strip away the undulating piano music and the melancholy French voice-over and what you get is a cat named Henry staring blankly at the camera, usually because filmmaker William Braden is trying every trick in the book to get his attention. A few weeks ago, I flew up to Seattle to meet Braden, a former wedding videographer turned professional cat video maker, and his feline muse.
BUSINESS
December 24, 2012 | By Deborah Netburn
Happy holidays from everyone's favorite existentialist cat and YouTube star, Henri, Le Chat Noir. The melancholy feline has released " The Worst Noel ," a new video based loosely on Charles Dickens' novella "A Christmas Carol. "  The video opens with Henri philosophizing that the holidays are "just another excuse for the world to intrude on my solitude. " Annoyed by everything, he retreats to sleep, where he can truly be alone. Meeting Henri, Le Chat Noir (Kudos to filmmaker Will Braden for his artful effects work in this section.
BUSINESS
October 24, 2012 | By Deborah Netburn
Cat video aficionados know him as Henri Le Chat Noir, an existentialist cat who muses about the meaninglessness of life in a popular series of YouTube videos. But don't be fooled by the vacant stares and the bored looks of disgust. Strip away the undulating piano music and the melancholy French voice-over and what you get is a cat named Henry staring blankly at the camera, usually because filmmaker William Braden is trying every trick in the book to get his attention. A few weeks ago, I flew up to Seattle to meet Braden, a former wedding videographer turned professional cat video maker, and his feline muse.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 2007 | Mary Rourke, Times Staff Writer
Henry LeTang, a tap dance teacher and Tony-winning choreographer who taught many of the biggest names in dance, including Chita Rivera, Gregory Hines and Savion Glover, died April 26. He was 91. LeTang, who choreographed a number of Broadway musicals and Hollywood films, died in his sleep at Desert Springs Hospital in Las Vegas, said his son, Henry LeTang Jr. The family declined to give the exact cause of death.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 23, 1993
The U.S. Constitution, that model of justice, apparently does not apply when sex is involved. Freedom of speech takes precedence over "innocent until proven guilty," and the accusation becomes the verdict: guilty until proven innocent. Anyone who holds a grudge, or wants fame, has only to claim sexual victimization to become an instant media star. Whether or not the charge is true, the life of the accused will never be the same. The media do not wait for due process of the law, nor does the public's appetite for sensational sex. Whether or not the accusations have merit, regardless of truth, the accused person's life will never be the same.
SPORTS
October 9, 1988 | JIM COLEMAN
Glendale College was introduced to a strange new phenomenon Saturday: the close football game. The Vaqueros, who outscored their first 3 opponents, 124-13, and looked as though they might go unchallenged this season, were brought down to earth against Compton, winning only 27-9 in a Western State Conference game at Glendale High. "I guess we thought we could beat anybody. They showed us we were wrong," Glendale quarterback Darren Fitzgerald said. "It was a good experience for us.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 2007 | Mary Rourke, Times Staff Writer
Henry LeTang, a tap dance teacher and Tony-winning choreographer who taught many of the biggest names in dance, including Chita Rivera, Gregory Hines and Savion Glover, died April 26. He was 91. LeTang, who choreographed a number of Broadway musicals and Hollywood films, died in his sleep at Desert Springs Hospital in Las Vegas, said his son, Henry LeTang Jr. The family declined to give the exact cause of death.
NEWS
October 9, 1992 | ANDREA HEIMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Three members of Orange County's burgeoning Vietnamese community--the largest outside their homeland--will make history in November when their names appear on American ballots. Tony Lam, 56, and Jimmy Tong Nguyen, 45, are among six candidates seeking a seat on the Westminster City Council next month.
NEWS
October 8, 1992 | ANDREA HEIMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Three members of Orange County's burgeoning Vietnamese community--the largest outside of Vietnam--will make history in November when their names appear on American ballots. Tony Lam, 56, and Jimmy Tong Nguyen, 45, are among six candidates seeking a seat on the Westminster City Council next month. And in Santa Ana, Vietnamese-American Henry Le is making a run for that City Council. They are the first Vietnamese to seek public office in Orange County, and perhaps the nation, community leaders say.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1991
The strongly worded Commentary by Henry Le, "Power of the Vietnamese-American Vote" (Dec. 4), provides readers with mixed signals, unless there was some breakdown in the translation. I agree with his zeal in urging voters to exercise their right to vote, but disagree totally with what he offers his countrymen as a reward. He wants Vietnamese-Americans to ". . . fight for those policies and laws that would benefit our people and motherland." He further states: "The Vietnamese arriving in the U.S. since 1975 are all political refugees.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 13, 1992 | JON NALICK
If the candidates running for office look familiar to voters this year, that's because they are. The field includes four current and former council members and several candidates who failed to win seats in earlier elections. Engineer Gordon Bricken and retired businessman Harry K. Yamamoto, both former councilmen who served in the 1970s and early 1980s, are running for council again. Meanwhile, the mayoral race pits Councilman John Acosta as a dark horse candidate against incumbent Daniel H.
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