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December 22, 2005 | Scott Sandell, Times Staff Writer
AT first glance, Jeffrey Milstein's photographs of planes look like pictures of model aircraft. How else could he have captured the underbelly of a Boeing 757 or Airbus A340, centered on a white background like an insect in a museum collection? Yet the planes are real, captured just before landing on runway 24 Right at Los Angeles International Airport.
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April 27, 2013 | By Liesl Bradner
Photographer Jeffrey Milstein has been fascinated with aviation and flying since he was a young boy building toy models. At 15 he would sweep hangar floors at the Santa Monica Airport on Sunday mornings in exchange for flying lessons. He passed his pilot's exam at 17. He remembers his father taking him to the end of the runway at Los Angeles International Airport to watch the planes land. "In those days it was DC3s and DC6s. There were no jets yet," said Milstein from his home in Woodstock, N.Y. "I loved standing right under them as they flew over my head.
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April 27, 2013 | By Liesl Bradner
Photographer Jeffrey Milstein has been fascinated with aviation and flying since he was a young boy building toy models. At 15 he would sweep hangar floors at the Santa Monica Airport on Sunday mornings in exchange for flying lessons. He passed his pilot's exam at 17. He remembers his father taking him to the end of the runway at Los Angeles International Airport to watch the planes land. "In those days it was DC3s and DC6s. There were no jets yet," said Milstein from his home in Woodstock, N.Y. "I loved standing right under them as they flew over my head.
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December 22, 2005 | Scott Sandell, Times Staff Writer
AT first glance, Jeffrey Milstein's photographs of planes look like pictures of model aircraft. How else could he have captured the underbelly of a Boeing 757 or Airbus A340, centered on a white background like an insect in a museum collection? Yet the planes are real, captured just before landing on runway 24 Right at Los Angeles International Airport.
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April 28, 2013 | By Richard S. Ginell
Steven Mackey, the rock 'n' roll guitarist-turned-professor of music and chair at Princeton, has had a lot of his music played here lately.  Only three weeks after the West Coast premiere of his new piano concerto in Walt Disney Concert Hall, Mackey turned up again at a Long Beach Symphony concert in the Terrace Theatre on Saturday night - this time with a world premiere whose genesis occurred during a chance meeting two years ago in Disney Hall....
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