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James Renner

August 3, 1985
If the article John Weyler wrote about Duval Love is good sportswriting then The Times better review its staff. I have followed Duval's career from Fountain Valley High School through UCLA, and I intend to follow his professional career. Duval is not cocky and overconfident as the article implies. Rather, he is a very positive person who knows it takes confidence in oneself to succeed. Duval Love has more tenacity and determination than anyone I know. When he sets his mind to something he works very hard to get it. JAMES RENNER Fountain Valley
July 21, 2001
Anthony Kim of La Quinta shot a final-round 72 Friday at Torrey Pines in La Jolla and won the boys' 15-17 division of the Junior World Championship. Kim had a four-day total of 72-65-69-72--278, two shots better than Prom Meesawat of Thailand and James Renner of Plainville, Mass. Eileen Vargas of Columbia shot 71-72-71-73--287 and won the girls' title by a shot over Nicole Perrot of Chile.
June 26, 2009 | Kenneth Turan, Film Critic
"The Hurt Locker" has the killer impact of the explosive devices that are the heart of its plot: It simply blows you apart and doesn't bother putting you back together again. Overwhelmingly tense, overflowing with crackling verisimilitude, it's both the film about the war in Iraq that we've been waiting for and the kind of unqualified triumph that's been long expected from director Kathryn Bigelow.
April 22, 2001 | LEAH OLLMAN, Leah Ollman is a San Diego art writer and critic
Rico Lebrun is a familiar name in Los Angeles, where he lived and taught, painted and sculpted in the decades preceding his death in 1964, but his legacy is hard to pin down. David Lebrun, Rico's son, and James Renner, an artist living in San Diego, co-editors of a recently released book on the artist, both sense a disparity between the power of Lebrun's work and the amorphous quality of his influence. He's been misunderstood, David Lebrun contends. He's underrated, says Renner.
October 14, 2011
Harry Potter's world The magical world of Harry Potter is being meticulously reassembled at a former aerodrome 20 miles northwest of London. The collection of sheds and sound stages is where the eight films were shot over the course of a decade, and starting March 31 they will be home to the official "Making of Harry Potter" studio tour. The vast Great Hall, where hundreds of Hogwarts pupils dined, celebrated and were divided into houses by the mysterious Sorting Hat, will be the centerpiece of the Warner Bros.
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