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July 18, 1999 | JENNIFER FISHER, Jennifer Fisher is a regular contributor to Calendar
For dancers of a certain age, nothing inspires mixed emotions more quickly than meeting students who say, "Gee, I just saw a film of you in dance history class." It's undoubtedly just a little too close to, "Gee, I didn't know you were still alive." The very word "history" can be unsettling for dancers, who place live performance at the center of their creative universe.
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July 18, 1999 | JENNIFER FISHER, Jennifer Fisher is a regular contributor to Calendar
For dancers of a certain age, nothing inspires mixed emotions more quickly than meeting students who say, "Gee, I just saw a film of you in dance history class." It's undoubtedly just a little too close to, "Gee, I didn't know you were still alive." The very word "history" can be unsettling for dancers, who place live performance at the center of their creative universe.
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June 9, 1992
Former Mayor James E. Cunningham, who was the youngest chief executive in the city's history when he was elected in 1947, has died. He was 75. Cunningham, a native Californian who also served as a state senator and Superior Court judge, died Saturday at his Riverside home, said his nephew, Bill Lemann. The cause of death was not yet determined by doctors, but Cunningham had been ill with cancer, said Lemann, a San Bernardino attorney.
NEWS
June 9, 1992
Former Mayor James E. Cunningham, who was the youngest chief executive in the city's history when he was elected in 1947, has died. He was 75. Cunningham, a native Californian who also served as a state senator and Superior Court judge, died Saturday at his Riverside home, said his nephew, Bill Lemann. The cause of death was not yet determined by doctors, but Cunningham had been ill with cancer, said Lemann, a San Bernardino attorney.
BUSINESS
January 27, 1999 | Daryl Strickland
Home lender EMB Corp. named a new president Tuesday and said it will move its headquarters to Dallas from Costa Mesa. James Cunningham, a Dallas resident and EMB director, will assume the president's duties immediately. James Shipley will remain interim chairman and chief executive officer, the company said. Cunningham said the company intends to continue with interactive video conferencing, as well as using the Internet to increase its mortgage business.
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August 21, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Palestinians rebuked the U.N. Security Council and the U.S. for not taking action in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, saying the lack of an international presence has contributed to 11 months of violence. But Washington, which has veto power in the council, backed Israel and said a proposed Palestinian resolution calling for monitors is one-sided and unworkable.
BUSINESS
March 23, 1988
McDermott International Inc., New Orleans, said Robert E. Howson, president and chief operating officer, has been designated to succeed Chairman and Chief Executive James E. Cunningham in August. Cunningham will reach retirement age this year but will continue to serve the energy services company as a director after retiring.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 25, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
A robber who jumped over the counter at a Beverly Hills bank and took about $3,000 was caught Saturday by customers who held him until police arrived. Beverly Hills Police Sgt. Richard Westfall said the suspect, James Cunningham, 36, entered the Security Pacific Bank branch in the 400 block of North Beverly Drive at 10:45 a.m. and gave a note to a teller. Cunningham jumped over the counter and grabbed cash from the teller's drawer, Westfall said.
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February 6, 1993 | ALICIA DI RADO
Teaching experts from China and the United States will discuss educational reform in both countries at a forum at Cal State Northridge on Monday. "Educational Reforms in China and the U.S." is the second annual forum offered by the Cal State Northridge China Institute to improve cultural and educational exchanges between the United States and China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
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May 5, 2001 | Associated Press
The U.N. Security Council imposed sanctions against Liberia on Friday for failing to sever its ties with rebels in Sierra Leone. The current Security Council president, acting U.S. Ambassador James Cunningham, said the sanctions would take effect Monday and would ban the import of diamonds from Liberia and travel by senior Liberian officials. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said this week that the U.N.
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December 21, 1995 | LISA M. BOWMAN
A 52-year-old lawyer whose biplane crashed while performing stunt maneuvers remained in stable condition Wednesday night in Ventura County Medical Center. James L. Cunningham Sr. of Ojai was practicing aerial acrobatics above an orchard off of Hall Road in Santa Paula, a popular spot for stunt flying, when his plane went down. The licensed pilot apparently lost some power and his plane came down over a grove of lemon trees.
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