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August 26, 2005 | Robin Fields and Louise Roug, Times Staff Writers
Jill Murphy, the controversial chief of staff for J. Paul Getty Trust Chief Executive Barry Munitz, disclosed Thursday that she will leave her post by the end of the year. Murphy, 33, announced the departure to her staff in the afternoon after describing her plans in an e-mail to The Times. In the e-mail, she summarized a letter written in November to Munitz, saying that they had agreed on a plan for her exit. Murphy's designation as chief of staff is an unusual one in the nonprofit world.
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August 26, 2005 | Robin Fields and Louise Roug, Times Staff Writers
Jill Murphy, the controversial chief of staff for J. Paul Getty Trust Chief Executive Barry Munitz, disclosed Thursday that she will leave her post by the end of the year. Murphy, 33, announced the departure to her staff in the afternoon after describing her plans in an e-mail to The Times. In the e-mail, she summarized a letter written in November to Munitz, saying that they had agreed on a plan for her exit. Murphy's designation as chief of staff is an unusual one in the nonprofit world.
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February 9, 2003 | Christopher Reynolds
Looking to put its name in more populist places, the Getty Museum has tiptoed into a new promotional strategy with its Bill Viola show. Along with the usual banners, brochures and mailings for the show, which opened Jan. 24, the museum took out billboard ads at four locations for the exhibition, a contemporary video exhibition that's a departure from typically art-historic Getty fare.
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February 3, 2003 | Christopher Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
The J. Paul Getty Trust has cleared the last legal hurdle to expansion at its villa in Pacific Palisades, officials said, and has set a reopening date of fall 2005. The villa project, a $275-million plan to make the 64-acre property a museum and center for the study of Roman and Greek statuary and other works of antiquity, includes a 450-seat amphitheater. The project was delayed when neighbors challenged it in court, saying that the expansion could bring traffic snarls and other ills.
BUSINESS
June 3, 1993
Kenneth Plumlee has been appointed to the board of directors of Regency Health Services Inc., a Newport Beach operator of health care facilities. He succeeds Jay D. Glass, who resigned in February. Plumlee is the president and chief executive of Access Health Marketing in Rancho Cordova. * Kenneth J. Cosgrove has been appointed president and chief operating officer for commercial banking for Orange National Bank. He succeeds as president Wayne F.
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February 14, 2006 | Jason Felch and Ralph Frammolino, Times Staff Writers
A month before he resigned as chief executive of the J. Paul Getty Trust, Barry Munitz angered some board members by promising his controversial chief of staff a severance payment in excess of $350,000 without first informing the board, trustees said Monday.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 21, 1986 | LYNNE HEFFLEY
This Halloween season's mixed bag of ghostly family television fare includes a mixed contribution from Home Box Office. "The Worst Witch," a 70-minute, made-for-cable musical, based on Jill Murphy's charming book about an upper-crust boarding school for young witches, premieres Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. It also will be shown Saturday at 8:30 a.m., Sunday at 6:45 p.m. and on Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 25, 1994 | TINA NGUYEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Die-hard runners and recreational walkers joined Santa Claus and his reindeer on Thanksgiving Day as a crowd of nearly 4,000 people from all ends of the country participated in Dana Point's 18th annual 5-kilometer and 10-kilometer Turkey Trot. Sponsored by the Dana Point Chamber of Commerce, this is the second-largest Turkey Trot in the country, behind one in Dallas, race director Herb Massinger said. This year's event drew one of the largest crowds in race history, he said.
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September 10, 2000 | SHARON BOORSTIN, Sharon Boorstin is a freelance writer based in Beverly Hills
In the heart of Gold Country, dozens of anecdotes pepper the guest book at the Mine House Inn, a nine-room B&B housed in the former Keystone Consolidated Mining Co. Our Vault Room--the inn's most popular--holds the walk-in safe where Keystone kept $24 million in gold bullion. "We stayed up all night trying to figure out the combination to the vault," one guest wrote. "We heard the ghost of ole Zedediah trying to escape from the vault," noted another, apparently referring to the ghost of a miner.
BUSINESS
November 5, 1991 | ANNE MICHAUD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cochrane Chase, Livingston & Co., a granddaddy of the Orange County advertising industry, is set to close its doors by the end of the year and dismiss its 33-person staff. The company has spawned at least seven local agencies--notably Salvati Montgomery Sakoda in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach-based Forsythe Marcelli Johnson Advertising--and has trained dozens of executives who went on to join prestigious firms here and in Los Angeles.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 13, 2005 | Robin Fields and Louise Roug, Times Staff Writers
The signs emanating from high in the Brentwood hills are unmistakable: The world's richest art institution is toiling to rehab its image. This week, the J. Paul Getty Trust's internal public relations manager -- hired little more than two years ago -- announced she was resigning. And since February, the trust has paid more than $250,000 to Sitrick and Co., a high-powered public relations firm best known for steering the prominent through times of crisis.
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