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May 5, 2000 | KEVIN THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Jerome," a standout at the 1998 AFI FilmFest, looks even better on a second viewing. When you know what's coming, you're better able to pay close attention to the high level of artistry and craftsmanship that went into it. Yet so taut and compelling is this picture, an example of mature, disciplined American independent filmmaking at its best, that you are caught up in it all over again.
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March 19, 2014 | By Scott Collins
KCET-TV will have to navigate the storm it now faces without its longtime captain. Al Jerome, who has run the troubled public TV outlet for the last 18 years, announced Tuesday that he would be stepping down from the organization, even as mounting financial woes threaten to overwhelm it. Jerome, 71, said he plans to retire in the next six months while he helps Burbank-based KCETLink, which now runs the station, find a new chief executive....
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September 1, 2012 | By Christopher Reynolds, Los Angeles Times staff writer
Every traveler has weaknesses. With my wife, it's horses and shoe stores. Mine - well, one of mine -- is flatiron buildings. Put me in front of a three-sided building - tall, squat, immaculate or broken down -- and my jaw goes slack. Pretty soon my camera's memory is full and I'm circling the property, trying doorknobs. My name is Reynolds and if I'm getting the Latin right, I am a trivallumophile. The telltale moment came early this year, on a trip to Arizona. There I sat in Jerome, an old mining town that looks to be slowly sliding down a hardscabble hillside between Sedona and Flagstaff.
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March 7, 2014 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Deal and Travel Blogger
Didn't get enough of the white stuff this winter? The historic Hotel Jerome in Aspen, Colo., offers a late-season ski package that comes with lift tickets, ski and board rentals, and breakfast for two. The deal: Prices for the Peak Performance Ski Retreat package start at $950 a night at the hotel that opened in 1889 and claims a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. Despite the vintage vibe, hotel rooms have been upgraded with Internet access, iPod docking stations, plasma TVs and other amenities.
SPORTS
April 11, 1986
Professional boxer Jerome (Kid) Coffee was charged with receiving and concealing stolen property in connection with a burglary at the office of country singer Waylon Jennings in Nashville, Tenn.
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August 12, 1990
I want to clarify some issues regarding the Aug. 8 story on me, my uncle Jerome, cousin Leland and the Goldbaum family. I don't feel abandoned by Jerome. He is the reason why I'm here in California. He came to my rescue when I was in the projects in Texas and he paid for my schooling and housing when I first came to California. He filled the shoes of my father and that's why I look up to him. In my eyes, he's still my legal guardian. If I had a problem, I'd go to him first.
SPORTS
January 7, 2002 | Tim Brown
Shaquille O'Neal weighs 341 pounds and carries 16.3% body fat, he said Sunday. While he refused to concede that his feet would be more sound if he were lighter, O'Neal recently returned to daily weightlifting and a cardiovascular program that he believes could extend his career, or at least get him to the end of his contract. He scored 24 points in his second game back from the injured list, a 20-point win against the Toronto Raptors, then soaked his aching feet in a tub of milk and ice.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 11, 2012 | By Susan Carpenter, Los Angeles Times
In Martha Brockenbrough's heaven, old people show too much leg playing leap frog, and the church choir covers classic rock. Clearly, Brockenbrough is not a follower of the New Testament. That's good news for heathen readers who will delight in the author's absurdist take on the after life in her devilishly riotous young adult debut, "Devine Intervention. " Steeped in the heavenly tropes of guardian angels and lost souls, "Devine Intervention" is a satire in the vein of Libba Bray's "Beauty Queens," only with a decidedly sacrilegious twist.
SPORTS
November 22, 1987 | Scott Ostler
The railbirds. They arrive early at Hollywood Park on Breeders' Cup day, staking out their favorite positions near the rail, getting into the rhythm of the day, sniffing the air and the tout sheets for winners. They pay $2.75 to get in, and if they're lucky, they get a free Breeders' Cup sweater-vest before the supply mysteriously runs out. They have come to bet the big one, but they don't often win. Somebody has to pay the jocks and horses and program vendors and winners.
BOOKS
July 19, 1987 | Merle Rubin
Sometimes, the difference between freshness and cliche is no more than a hair's breadth. What, after all, is fresher--or more predictable--than youth; what experience as unique--or as common--as falling in love? Francoise Sagan, who rocketed to fame in 1954 with her novel, "Bonjour Tristesse," has continued to tread the fine line between triteness and truthfulness.
BUSINESS
January 10, 2014 | By Jim Puzzanghera
WASHINGTON - President Obama will nominate Stanley Fischer, the former head of the Bank of Israel, to be vice chair of the Federal Reserve, and also tapped two others for seats on the central bank's Board of Governors, the White House said. Lael Brainard, who stepped down in November as Treasury undersecretary for international affairs, was chosen to fill one of the vacant seats on the seven-member Fed board. Jerome H. Powell, a former Treasury official and investment banker who has served on the Fed board since 2012, will be renominated.
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December 30, 2013 | By David Wharton
Maybe Jessica Jerome will finally realize what she has done come Monday morning. Jerome won the U.S. Olympic team trials in women's ski jumping over the weekend, qualifying to represent America as her sport makes its debut at the 2014 Sochi Winter Games. "It's pretty surreal," Jerome said on Sunday. "I'm glad I can take a breath now and focus on training to prepare for Sochi. " The U.S. is expected to have as many as four spots in Russia, so additional Americans can still qualify.
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December 2, 2013 | By Mike DiGiovanna
The Angels informed veteran right-hander Jerome Williams Monday afternoon that they will not be tendering him a contract for 2014, according to a person familiar with the decision but not authorized to speak publicly about it. Williams is now a free agent. Teams have until 9 p.m. PST Monday to extend contract offers to or non-tender players who are eligible for arbitration. The Angels are expected to offer contracts to third baseman David Freese, first baseman Mark Trumbo and relievers Ernesto Frieri, Kevin Jepsen and Fernando Salas.
IMAGE
October 19, 2013 | By Melissa Magsaysay
While L.A style might seem to be synonymous with denim and the contemporary clothing market, several Southern California-based, high-end footwear labels are creating lines that preserve the art and quality of luxury shoes. Newbark Created by sisters and renowned stylists Marjan (the Dixie Chicks) and Maryam (Heidi Klum, the Rolling Stones) Malakpour, Newbark refers to the phrase "my dogs are barking" - meaning tired feet. The women created the line as an alternative to the standard ballet flat, infusing inspiration from Moroccan flats and 1920s men's slippers.
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September 25, 2013 | By Ingrid Schmidt, The gallery accompanying this post has been corrected, as indicated below.
Los Angeles-based luxury footwear and handbag designer Jerome C. Rousseau celebrates the fifth anniversary of his eponymous label this season. He marked the milestone earlier this month by cohosting an intimate soiree at the Petit Ermitage with French actress and model Roxane Mesquida, his muse and the star of his ad campaign. Guests who toasted the occasion included actresses Holland Roden, Krysten Ritter, Madisen Beaty and Haley Bennett; his designs are also worn by Olivia Wilde, Katie Holmes, Scarlett Johansson, Kristen Stewart and Charlize Theron, among others.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 4, 2013 | By David Ng
At the center of "Passion," the new psychosexual thriller from master manipulator Brian De Palma, is a split-screen sequence featuring a classic work of modern choreography alongside a highly choreographed murder. Occupying one half of the screen is a performance of Jerome Robbins' ballet "Afternoon of a Faun," set to the music of Claude Debussy. The modern ballet, which was created in 1953, is a pas de deux set in a rehearsal room . The spare production, in which a man and a woman approach and repel each other, is a ballet about the ballet, in much the same way as De Palma's movies have always been about the movies.
NEWS
August 6, 1987 | JEFF MEYERS, Times Staff Writer
The pickup basketball game at a North Hollywood park was being played by a group of hyperkinetic teen-agers on an unsanctioned holiday from school. One of them, a slender 17-year-old named Jerome, was being referred to as "Dominique." Like Atlanta's Dominique Wilkins, Jerome spends most of the game in flight. For every blocked shot and soaring rebound, he would hear his teammates shout, "Way to sky, Dominique!"
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January 4, 1997 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Erik and Lyle Menendez's Beverly Hills therapist, who heard them confess to killing their parents and then became a key witness in the first of the brothers' two murder trials, was stripped of his psychology license Friday. L. Jerome Oziel, who had been accused by a state panel of breaking confidentiality rules and having sex with female patients, surrendered his license to the state Department of Consumer Affairs' Board of Psychology. In a deal that was agreed to Sept.
SPORTS
August 11, 2013 | By Mike DiGiovanna
CLEVELAND  - It happened so fast, like one of those summer thunderstorms that can plunge a brilliant Midwest afternoon into darkness. Five runs ahead and 10 outs away from a three-game sweep in Progressive Field, Angels starter Jerome Williams collapsed within a span of 10 pitches in the sixth inning Sunday, and the Angels lost to the Cleveland Indians, 6-5. "It was kind of a shock, really," catcher Hank Conger said. "You give up one hit and you're pretty much cruising through five innings.
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