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June 6, 1994 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There are no mini-malls here. No drive-by shootings, no graffiti, no obvious social unrest. More importantly, brush fires are unheard of, seismic activity appears dormant, and any disasters in this trendy artists' haven are the exception, not the rule. Just the place for Jonathan and Alison Traister, a young Topanga Canyon couple left homeless by the Malibu brush fire. They sought refuge in a Santa Monica apartment house, only to have it shift off its foundation during the Northridge earthquake.
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July 16, 1995 | DEBORAH BAKER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
"I prefer to live in a room as bare as possible," the painter Georgia O'Keeffe wrote. The rambling, old adobe house in this hilltop village where she lived for 35 years must particularly have suited her sensibilities. Simple and sparsely furnished, its floors and walls are mud, its lines irregular. It sits at the edge of a bluff overlooking the Chama River valley--a slash of bright green in a landscape of brown, rocky mesas and red, crumbly cliffs.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 16, 1995 | DEBORAH BAKER, ASSOCIATED PRESS
"I prefer to live in a room as bare as possible," the painter Georgia O'Keeffe wrote. The rambling, old adobe house in this hilltop village where she lived for 35 years must particularly have suited her sensibilities. Simple and sparsely furnished, its floors and walls are mud, its lines irregular. It sits at the edge of a bluff overlooking the Chama River valley--a slash of bright green in a landscape of brown, rocky mesas and red, crumbly cliffs.
NEWS
June 6, 1994 | LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There are no mini-malls here. No drive-by shootings, no graffiti, no obvious social unrest. More importantly, brush fires are unheard of, seismic activity appears dormant, and any disasters in this trendy artists' haven are the exception, not the rule. Just the place for Jonathan and Alison Traister, a young Topanga Canyon couple left homeless by the Malibu brush fire. They sought refuge in a Santa Monica apartment house, only to have it shift off its foundation during the Northridge earthquake.
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