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June 21, 2001 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nearly 20 years ago, the noted Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi planted one of his signature public gardens in the heart of Costa Mesa's office and shopping district. His "California Scenario," 1.6 acres of granite, sandstone greenery and flowing water, was conceived as a metaphor for the state's varied landscape of deserts and redwood forests, mountains and rivers, oceans and fields.
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June 21, 2001 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nearly 20 years ago, the noted Japanese American sculptor Isamu Noguchi planted one of his signature public gardens in the heart of Costa Mesa's office and shopping district. His "California Scenario," 1.6 acres of granite, sandstone greenery and flowing water, was conceived as a metaphor for the state's varied landscape of deserts and redwood forests, mountains and rivers, oceans and fields.
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July 6, 1986 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON
While celebrating immigration and liberty is the thing this weekend (does America need 200 Elvis Presley impersonators to shimmy up a national ideal on Governor's Island?), it should be noted that, in a quiet and unassuming way, South Coast Repertory has been trying for several years at least to give a theatrical focus to the people who come here from foreign shores to make new lives.
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July 6, 1986 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON
While celebrating immigration and liberty is the thing this weekend (does America need 200 Elvis Presley impersonators to shimmy up a national ideal on Governor's Island?), it should be noted that, in a quiet and unassuming way, South Coast Repertory has been trying for several years at least to give a theatrical focus to the people who come here from foreign shores to make new lives.
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February 26, 1987 | SYLVIE DRAKE, Times Theater Writer
The Big Weekend at the Los Angeles Theatre Center is over, but its reverberations linger. In this centerpiece of the AT&T Performing Arts Festival, (umbrella sponsor of the eight-week Eighth Los Angeles Theatre Center Festival), there were opportunities to "work the room," four staged readings and two symposia.
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April 19, 1992 | PATRICK PACHECO, Patrick Pacheco is a free-lance writer based in New York.
Recently, Mako sat in his dressing room at the Broadhurst Theatre, the actor's mild-mannered demeanor in sharp contrast with the insights he was offering into one of the most incendiary topics of the day. "I think American businessmen have learned their lesson," he said. "In the past, maybe they've been fooled by the stoic surface of their adversary. But now they know they're no more polite than the French or British. They're as bloodthirsty and ruthless as anybody else."
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