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March 1, 1989 | BARRY BEARAK, Times Staff Writer
From the mountaintops of Hollywood, N.M., to the tobacco fields of Hollywood, Md., officials from 11 Hollywoods big, small, and smaller yet gathered here Tuesday in a so-called "Hollywood Summit." Their mission--besides getting a free trip to Florida--was to link arms in a legal battle against "that greedy Tinseltown" of the West Coast, which "wants the name Hollywood all to itself." The Chamber of Commerce for Los Angeles' Hollywood has filed with the U.S.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1989 | BARRY BEARAK, Times Staff Writer
From the mountaintops of Hollywood, N.M., to the tobacco fields of Hollywood, Md., officials from 11 Hollywoods big, small, and smaller yet gathered here Tuesday in a so-called "Hollywood Summit." Their mission--besides getting a free trip to Florida--was to link arms in a legal battle against "that greedy Tinseltown" of the West Coast, which "wants the name Hollywood all to itself." The Chamber of Commerce for Los Angeles' Hollywood has filed with the U.S.
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SPORTS
December 11, 1998 | From Associated Press
After pitching in the most games in major league history--1,071--Dennis Eckersley said Thursday he had thrown his final fastball. His 24 seasons in the majors were really two careers: 13 years as a starter and then, after a battle with alcohol, a move to the bullpen for 11 years as one of the most dominating relievers the game has ever seen. "It's hard to walk away," he said, fighting back tears. "It's been a major part of my life since I was 8 years old."
ENTERTAINMENT
January 4, 2004 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
For more than two decades, Italian-born production designer Dante Ferretti and set decorator Francesca LoSchiavo have had the closest of collaborations, both off-screen and on. Married for 25 years and the parents of two grown children, they've worked together on many Oscar-nominated films so it's not surprising that they often complete each other's sentences.
TRAVEL
May 6, 2001 | KARIN ESTERHAMMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As I started my ascent after a 40-minute scuba dive in the clear, warm Caribbean, I began to ponder the unfathomable: How come my new water-resistant watch sank so swiftly to the ocean floor but a nearby cruise ship carrying 2,000 overindulging passengers stayed afloat?
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