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February 1, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
As a sprite, acrobatic, and slightly accident-prone 6-year-old, Holly Powell realized that her athletic destiny lay somewhere between flipping and flying, crashing and crying. That is, until Powell, now a freshman at UC Irvine, took a tumble for the worse. Twelve years ago, Powell was swinging from a shower curtain, honing her new-found gymnastics skills. But the curtain came down, Powell crashed onto the tub and shattered her knee caps.
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February 1, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
As a sprite, acrobatic, and slightly accident-prone 6-year-old, Holly Powell realized that her athletic destiny lay somewhere between flipping and flying, crashing and crying. That is, until Powell, now a freshman at UC Irvine, took a tumble for the worse. Twelve years ago, Powell was swinging from a shower curtain, honing her new-found gymnastics skills. But the curtain came down, Powell crashed onto the tub and shattered her knee caps.
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 13, 1990
Casting directors Randy Stone and Holly Powell have been selected to receive Emmy Awards for outstanding achievement in casting for a miniseries or a special for their work on CBS' "The Incident," the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences said. Stone and Howell will be given their Emmys during a non-televised ceremony on Sept. 15 honoring winners in the craft categories.
NEWS
June 22, 2000 | MIKE CLARY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Money talks here, but oh-so softly. Hidden behind tall hedges, in seafront villas at the end of long driveways, quietly live some of the nation's wealthiest families. Some names are found on discreet markers outside the gates. Those of other current and recent residents come straight from the pages of American history: Mellon, DuPont, Ford, Whitney, Field, Bush, Duke, Doubleday. Sure, there is new money here too.
NEWS
September 17, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Ted Danson, nominated eight times for the Emmy Award as best actor in a comedy series, finally won it on Sunday in the nationally televised 42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Candice Bergen won top honors for best actress in a comedy. "I guess this means you'll be saying 'You were robbed' to some other boy," Danson kidded the black-tie audience in the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. He plays Sam Malone, the womanizing bartender in the NBC comedy "Cheers."
SPORTS
March 1, 1990 | BARBIE LUDOVISE
He got rid of No. 13. He hasn't shaved in weeks. And he insists that a particular teammate punch him in the chest before each at-bat. But don't call Osmar DeChavez, UC Irvine's hot-hitting first baseman, superstitious. "I'm not, really," said DeChavez, who now wears No. 24. "Or at least I don't think so. "Since I've grown this beard, we haven't lost, so it's on until we do. Hopefully, I'll be wearing a really big (beard) at the end of the season.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 17, 1990 | SHARON BERNSTEIN
Hello friends. I'm your Vitametavegamin girl. Do you poop out at parties? Hello friends. I'm your Vitametavegamin girl. Hello friends . . . . Kymberly Tucker came all the way from Dallas, clutching a Lucille Ball biography and photographs of herself impersonating the great comic actress. A landscaper who bears a terrific resemblance to Ball, she even brought a mock People magazine cover with a shot of herself smiling as Lucy. Denise Harrington flew in from Boston.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 17, 1990 | LAUREN LIPTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fox's smash hit "The Simpsons" was named best animated program of the 1989-90 TV season during Saturday's portion of the 42nd annual Emmy Awards, which covered 44 categories among nighttime programs. "The Simpsons," not eligible under current rules of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences to be entered in the outstanding comedy series category, won out over nominees "Garfield's Feline Fantasies," "Garfield's Thanksgiving," "Why, Charlie Brown, Why?"
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