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September 9, 2003 | Peter McQuaid, Special to The Times
Actor Seth Green has been on TV and in movies since age 7. Author James St. James got his first taste of the spotlight in his 20s as one of the major players in New York City's notorious Club Kids scene in the '80s. Until recently, Green's persona has been a triumph of substance over form, and St. James' has been a triumph of form over substance. The Sept. 5 release of "Party Monster," the fact-based tale of fabulousness gone murderous, represents a shift for both artists.
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September 9, 2003 | Peter McQuaid, Special to The Times
Actor Seth Green has been on TV and in movies since age 7. Author James St. James got his first taste of the spotlight in his 20s as one of the major players in New York City's notorious Club Kids scene in the '80s. Until recently, Green's persona has been a triumph of substance over form, and St. James' has been a triumph of form over substance. The Sept. 5 release of "Party Monster," the fact-based tale of fabulousness gone murderous, represents a shift for both artists.
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NEWS
August 16, 1999
FAMILY Stay Home With Your Kids Day is today, founded to encourage parents who choose to stay home with their kids. For information: http://www.wahm.com. BOOKS James St. James reads from his true-crime book, "Disco Bloodbath." Wednesday, Borders West Hollywood. (310) 659-4045. BICYCLING Take a midnight bicycle ride through San Diego's waterfront and historic area. Saturday at Midnight. Preble Field in Point Loma. (619) 645-8068.
IMAGE
September 16, 2007
This week at latimes.com/image: Style Scout "Artsy" doesn't even begin to describe the crowd that turned out for the grand opening party Sept. 6 at the new Maison Martin Margiela store in Beverly Hills. Revelers looked more like time travelers from an '80s Basquiat exhibition in SoHo than Beverly Hills fashonistas. There was former New York club kid James St.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 25, 2005 | Christine N. Ziemba
Ostrich Ink (www.ostrichink.com), a Los Angeles-based nonfiction webzine, constantly reminds its readers that while life in Los Angeles may not be a television cliche straight out of "Entourage," it's still pretty weird. The site is an "every-three-weeks compendium of interesting true stories and interviews by the young and trod-upon of Los Angeles," writes Kyle Buchanan, the website's creator and editor in chief.
SPORTS
June 24, 1987
Al Campanis, in an interview that appeared on Channel 9 Tuesday night, said he regrets that people got the wrong picture of him when he was interviewed by Ted Koppel on ABC's "Nightline" on April 6. Campanis, the Dodgers' vice president in charge of personnel, was fired two days after the Koppel interview for saying, among other things, that blacks lacked the "necessities" to be a field manager or general manager in baseball.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 2004 | Larry B. Stammer, Times Staff Writer
Two Southern California Episcopal parishes announced Tuesday that they had broken with the national church over the issue of homosexuality, placing themselves under the jurisdiction of a conservative Anglican bishop from Africa. The announcement by All Saints Church in Long Beach and St. James Church in Newport Beach escalated a confrontation in the Episcopal Church over the role of gay clergy and the interpretation of Scripture.
SPORTS
May 21, 2000 | SHAV GLICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There is no sign of the IRL and CART making peace in the open-wheel racing world, but the Indianapolis 500 offers a look at what might have been. Greg Ray, the Indy Racing League champion, and Juan Montoya, the Championship Auto Racing Teams champion, will start alongside each other on the front row of the 84th renewal of the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing" on May 28. After Montoya ran four laps Saturday around Indianapolis Motor Speedway's 2.5-mile rectangular oval at 223.
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April 26, 1992 | STEVE HERMAN, ASSOCIATED PRESS
The U.S. Auto Club's Rookie Orientation Program is billed as optional, but there's really no choice. A first-year driver who passes up this weekend's testing might just as well watch the Indianapolis 500 at home on television next month. That's as close to the starting lineup as he'll likely get.
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January 24, 2003 | Gina Piccalo, Times Staff Writer
Long after Bob Dylan's moody antics at his movie premiere and Beck's equally studied midnight acoustic set at Harry O's, a throng of sweaty dancers -- among them Chloe Sevigny and Kieran Culkin -- swarmed as one young festival-goer rhythmically shed her sweater to the throbbing dance beat. "Oh, my God!" said one of the party's hosts, "Party Monster" co-director Randy Barbato. "We're in Utah! Can you believe it! There's flesh! It's so hot people are taking off their clothes!"
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