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December 7, 1986 |
Eric V. Holt said he believed 15-year-old David Gallardo was stealing the tires off a Porsche when he pulled a shotgun on the youth and a companion as they sat in Gallardo's car on the night of Oct. 29. He thought the youth had pulled a gun on him and when the car began to move, he ducked and the gun went off, killing Gallardo. That was the story Holt told police during four interviews after the incident.
January 31, 2000
FIRST QUARTER Rams 3, Titans 0 Wilkins, 27-yard field goal at 12:00. 54-yard drive, six plays to the Titan 10. Key gains--Holt, 32-yard pass from Warner; Faulk, 17-yard pass from Warner. SECOND QUARTER Rams 6, Titans 0 Wilkins, 29-yard field goal at 10:44. 73-yard drive, 11 plays to the Titan 12. Key gains--Bruce, 11-yard pass from Warner; Bruce, 15-yard pass from Warner; Holt, 13-yard pass from Warner; Holt, 15-yard pass from Warner. Rams 9, Titans 0 Wilkins, 28-yard field goal at 14:45.
July 19, 1986 |
Dividing students in the classroom and teaching them from books that adhere to their religious beliefs would be difficult, a teacher testified Friday in a trial over the contents of school texts. "I'm not sure I could do it well enough. But, if I was ordered to, I'd find a way," second-grade teacher Evelyn Rodriguez said.
November 14, 1993 |
When Paula Holt saw David Mamet's "Oleanna" in New York, she says she "walked out of the theater with a group of people who were all shouting at each other." She hopes for a similar response when she produces the Los Angeles premiere of Mamet's controversial play about sexual harassment and political correctness at the Tiffany Theater. "I'll probably be picketed by half of the women's organizations I belong to," Holt said.
February 4, 2013 |
"Drugs had destroyed my body and my mind and my spirit. I could no longer experience happiness or surprise. I couldn't remember the last time I felt spontaneous joy. Why was I even alive?" Josh Hamilton in his autobiography, "Beyond Belief" WESTLAKE, Texas -- It was 2 a.m. when Josh Hamilton, strung out on crack cocaine, his once-robust 6-foot-4, 230-pound body withered to 180 pounds, most of his $3.96-million signing bonus squandered on booze and drugs, staggered up the steps to his grandmother's house in Raleigh, N.C. Homeless, dirty and barely coherent, Hamilton was a few days removed from a suicide attempt -- an overdose of pills -- and in the fourth year of a harrowing drug addiction that caused the former can't-miss prospect to be banned from baseball for three full seasons.
October 13, 1985 |
After years of playing hard to get in the fast-moving world of product licensing, the Beach Boys have agreed to let their name be used on a line of casual wear that is expected to be available in stores by Christmas, 1986. Designer Sherry Holt, with whom the Beach Boys have formed a joint venture, says the clothes will appeal to a broad range of customers--California girls (Rhonda, Wendy, Barbara Ann), little middle-aged ladies from Pasadena and even guys like Alley Oop.