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July 21, 1999 | MORRIS NEWMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A group of downtown developers is trying to achieve what many real estate professionals consider near impossible: putting downtown on the map of the entertainment industry. The developers, a group comprising Smith, Hricik and Munselle of Los Angeles, Hollywood Location Co. and Bristol Group Inc. of San Francisco, are opening six new sound stages this week on the campus of the former Unocal headquarters building at 5th and Bixel streets.
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July 21, 1999 | MORRIS NEWMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A group of downtown developers is trying to achieve what many real estate professionals consider near impossible: putting downtown on the map of the entertainment industry. The developers, a group comprising Smith, Hricik and Munselle of Los Angeles, Hollywood Location Co. and Bristol Group Inc. of San Francisco, are opening six new sound stages this week on the campus of the former Unocal headquarters building at 5th and Bixel streets.
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January 21, 1992 | RIP RENSE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When I worked as a copy boy (sorry--that was the term back then) at the old Valley News and Green Sheet in the early '70s, my first duty early each morning was to "rip the wires." This meant picking up the pile of wire copy that had accumulated during the night from United Press International and City News Service, "ripping" it into individual stories, then organizing it for the wire editor. The wire editor was a diminutive, arthritic old man with a bald head and hangdog jowls.
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