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March 23, 1991
Aw, come on, Bernheimer, lay off Domingo, Pavarotti and Carreras. You're just jealous women don't swoon at your feet! LORI DINKIN North Hollywood
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 13, 2014 | By Nardine Saad
Emma Watson's back in the public eye for her role in Darren Aronofsky's upcoming biblical epic, "Noah," and is still talking about her personal career choices and life after "Harry Potter. " Watson, 23, opened up in the April issue of Elle , which inside has the risk-taking fashionista clothed in designs from Versace, Michael Kors, Céline and Chanel. On the cover, the British star is photographed by Carter Smith in a cotton shirt and calfskin pants from Balmain next to the coverline: "Watch the throne: Emma Watson is ready to prove herself -- and gutsy enough to do it. " Whatever could that title be alluding to?
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ENTERTAINMENT
September 29, 1990
About Mike Boehm's "Low-Voltage Outing for New Kids," Sept. 14: I'll bet a million bucks that Boehm had a blast at the concert but just couldn't admit it. Writing a bad review would put him in with the rest of those jealous reporters. Get a life! SARAH HANSEN, Camarillo
NATIONAL
September 8, 2013 | By Matt Hamilton
NAACP President Benjamin Jealous, who has led the nation's oldest civil rights organization for the last five years, announced Sunday that he would step down in December. Jealous, whose term as president and chief executive of the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People concludes Dec. 31, said in a statement released by the NAACP that he would pursue opportunities in higher education and spend more time with his family. "I am proud to leave the association financially sound, sustainable, focused and more powerful than ever," Jealous said.
MAGAZINE
September 13, 1992
It is natural to be jealous of Martha Stewart if we value her energy, intelligence and creativity. If, however, we envy her achievements, that certainly is our problem, not hers. RAY EVANS Santa Barbara
NEWS
March 18, 1990
After all the fuss lately on Donald Trump, I tuned into "Saturday Night With Connie Chung" on Feb. 24 to see what he might be like. I still don't know. Every time Trump tried to talk or answer a question, he was rudely interrupted by Chung. Is she jealous of Trump? I've watched the show before and I've never seen her so ill-mannered. Debra Barlow, Northridge
SPORTS
November 25, 2000
How can Phil Jackson continue to pick at and criticize Kobe Bryant for his brilliant, breathtaking, game-winning plays? I agree this is a team game, but when the game is on the line, it's Kobe who makes his free throws. There is no one like Shaq, but there also is no one like Kobe, and L.A. better be glad that we have him, because as he grows up, he is going to get tired of the constant jabs from his coach and other jealous teammates. PATSY OLDS Whittier
SPORTS
December 16, 2006
Mr. Simers, without Hollywood and Disneyland, what is Los Angeles-Orange County but an overpriced pigpen? I'm not going to waste too much time on a jealous fool like you, but I had to let you know. You're envious of the good life we San Diegans live. The fish are biting at Sea World, so come down and take a swim. DON WILLIAMS San Diego On Wednesday, I turn to Page 2 and find T.J. has the day off ... again. I curse him out loud, partly because I'm jealous of all the time the Bagger's father-in-law gets off. On Thursday, I turn to Page 2 and read the reason for his absence and am almost brought to tears.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 1989 | DON SHIRLEY
"He's not stupid, but he has a weakness. He's a fool for love, a sucker for an old-fashioned romance." That's how private eye Scott Weston (Treat Williams) is described in "Third Degree Burn" (Home Box Office, Sunday at 8 p.m.), and it's fairly accurate. Hired by a jealous husband (Richard Masur) to trail a beautiful young wife (Virginia Madsen) while she visits a desert spa, Weston falls into bed and into love with the woman. When the two of them return to Seattle, they resume their affair, nuzzling in public places without a second thought, even though both know full well how jealous the husband is. But then someone is murdered, followed by the usual complications.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1997
What is wrong with society? Remember the joy experienced when hearing those words, "It's a boy! It's a girl!" Parents, grandparents, relatives and friends shared in this happy occasion. Now, more than ever, we read in the papers or hear on television that these "precious gifts to society" face tragedies beyond our imagination! Some never leave their mother's womb alive, being deprived of "a chance of a lifetime!" Others are done away with during the early stages of their lives by a spiteful parent or jealous lover, who use the child to punish their partner.
NATIONAL
March 11, 2013 | By Molly Hennessy-Fiske
More information has emerged about the fatal shooting of Greg Rodriguez, a big-game hunting expert and host of TV's "A Rifleman's Journal. " Rodriguez, 43, of Sugar Land, Texas, was shot and killed about 10:30 p.m. Thursday at a house in rural Whitefish, Mont., which he was visiting for his show, according to a statement released by local police to the Los Angeles Times. "Rifleman's Journal" on the Sportsman Channel has focused on Rodriguez's specialty, big-game hunting in exotic locations all over the world, along with marksmanship tips to viewers.
BUSINESS
September 20, 2012 | By Andrea Chang
A day before the iPhone 5  goes on sale in the U.S., Steve Wozniak already has two of them. The Apple co-founder and veteran line sitter waited overnight at an Apple store in Queensland, Australia -- where he's traveling for business and to attend a concert -- to be among the first in the world to buy the new smartphone. Reached on his cellphone shortly before 9:30 a.m. local time in Australia, Wozniak said he'd bought the phones about an hour earlier and hadn't yet tried them out. He got two 64GB models, one in white and one in black, because he couldn't decide from photos which he liked better.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 30, 2012 | By Sheri Linden, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Encased in a coffin, waiting to be brought back to life: That's how Snow White spends a good portion of the folk story that bears her name. There's no such downtime for the princess in the snappy retelling "Mirror Mirror," a fractured fairy tale that occupies the divide between Disney and Grimm. A booster shot of testosterone lends kinetic kick to director Tarsem Singh's visually inventive interpretation, without shortchanging the requisite froufrou or sugarcoating the story's dark Oedipal heart.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 2012 | By Richard Winton and Andrew Blankstein, Los Angeles Times
A 17-year-old El Camino Real High School soccer goalie was targeted for personal reasons by a man and woman who lured him out of his Winnetka home last week, then fatally shot him, authorities said. At a news conference Tuesday afternoon, police announced the arrests of Elizabeth Ibarra, 19, of the San Fernando Valley and Jason Shumann, 24, of Calabasas. Both suspects are on probation and have extensive criminal records, police said. Francisco Javier Rodriguez Jr. had just gotten home from a soccer game Jan. 11 when a mysterious redhead knocked on his front door and persuaded him to come outside.
SPORTS
November 5, 2010 | BILL DWYRE
There are 167 of the finest thoroughbred horses in the world who will compete as afterthoughts here the next two days. They are warmup acts to No. 168, a mare named Zenyatta. It is amazing to behold. Not only do other owners and trainers of horses entered in this year's Breeders' Cup, where $26 million in purses will be won, not resent her dominance of the scene. They welcome it. Renowned California trainer John Sadler, who has four entrants in this annual prestigious showcase of horse racing's finest, estimates he has seen the magical Zenyatta run in 15 of her 19 races -- all 19 victories, of course.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 2009 | Andrew Blankstein and Joel Rubin
Nels Rasmussen says he vividly remembers the calls from his daughter 23 years ago when she confided her fears that a jealous LAPD officer was out to harm her. She told him the young female officer had shown up in uniform at the hospital where she worked and issued a chilling warning about her husband, "If I can't have John, nobody can."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 28, 1999
Re "Ex-Lover Gives Explanation for Altering Cisneros Tapes," June 23: The case against Henry Cisneros, created by his former mistress and her secretly taped conversations with him, hinges on the credibility of these tapes, now proven to be altered. The editing was done on the advice of lawyers because the full conversations could be "legally troublesome," a euphemism for self-incrimination. The proliferation of eavesdropping devices in our society is obviously wide open for horrific abuse.
SPORTS
February 18, 1989
I am appalled at the demeaning, hurtful and obviously jealous manner in which Larry Stewart presented Jim Hill. To begin with, Jim Hill, or any other citizen, can elect to return a phone call if he or she wishes. No one has any obligation to any reporter. Sour grapes has no business in reporting news. Jim Hill's salary is and has been well earned. He has paid his dues reporting the sports news, and he is a gentleman . During the early-evening broadcast when he was approached about the subject, he never said anything offensive concerning the article.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 23, 2007 | Sam Adams, Special to The Times
Begging for approval like a puppy at the pound, the romantic comedy "Gray Matters" gets by, at least for a while, on a certain amiable awkwardness. First-time writer-director Sue Kramer piles on tried-and-true tropes as if she's just come from Nora Ephron's garage sale. Bubbly blond heroine? Check. Old movie references? Got 'em. As the camera tracks down trendy TriBeCa streets, you half-expect it to turn a corner and reveal another crew shooting an identical movie.
SPORTS
December 16, 2006
Mr. Simers, without Hollywood and Disneyland, what is Los Angeles-Orange County but an overpriced pigpen? I'm not going to waste too much time on a jealous fool like you, but I had to let you know. You're envious of the good life we San Diegans live. The fish are biting at Sea World, so come down and take a swim. DON WILLIAMS San Diego On Wednesday, I turn to Page 2 and find T.J. has the day off ... again. I curse him out loud, partly because I'm jealous of all the time the Bagger's father-in-law gets off. On Thursday, I turn to Page 2 and read the reason for his absence and am almost brought to tears.
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