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February 6, 2005
'm delighted that you could come to talk," says Jane Hartley, 63, her own voice a spirited croak. Dying of uterine cancer that, despite a hysterectomy and radiation, has metastasized to her lungs, she has been staying for the last several months in a guest house adjacent to her son's home in Sebastopol. She does not have money for a funeral, but in any case does not want one.
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February 6, 2005
'm delighted that you could come to talk," says Jane Hartley, 63, her own voice a spirited croak. Dying of uterine cancer that, despite a hysterectomy and radiation, has metastasized to her lungs, she has been staying for the last several months in a guest house adjacent to her son's home in Sebastopol. She does not have money for a funeral, but in any case does not want one.
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December 2, 1988 | Clipboard researched by Rick VanderKnyff / Los Angeles Times. Graphics by Leavett Biles / Los Angeles Times
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BUSINESS
September 30, 2011 | By Nathaniel Popper, Los Angeles Times
The race is on to tap one of the most vital sources of campaign cash - Wall Street - and the early results are not looking good for President Obama. The president's campaign struggled this week to sell out a fundraising dinner Friday at Manhattan's gilded Four Seasons restaurant despite its being hosted by America's No. 1 capitalist, Warren Buffett, according to people close to the campaign who were not authorized to speak publicly. The dinner for 100 was also a relative bargain at $10,000 a plate; recent fundraisers in Hollywood and New York have gone for $35,800 a pop. The episode highlights a worrying trend for the Obama campaign.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 18, 2000 | MICHAEL PHILLIPS, TIMES THEATER CRITIC
Right now, at the Can~on Theatre in Beverly Hills, we have three performers seated on a stage, scripts in hand, discussing genitalia: "The Vagina Monologues." Over in Burbank, meantime, we have five performers on a stage, seated behind music stands bearing manuscripts, discussing anything but. Few would mistake A.R. Gurney's "Ancestral Voices" for that other show.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 2, 1988 | PEGGY ZIEGLER, Peggy Ziegler is the Los Angeles bureau chief for Electronic Media, a weekly TV trade publication
Steve Cohen doesn't look like a nervous man. Settling back in his office, he discusses the coming TV season in measured tones, insisting that he isn't about to roll the dice on a move that could make his career--or break it. But certain station executives like Cohen--who is general manager of WCAU-TV, the CBS-owned-and-operated station in Philadelphia--look a lot like high rollers these days.
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