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March 30, 1986 | KENNETH FREED, Times Staff Writer
To say why one bar is your favorite is like explaining why you love your wife. Once you get past appearance and public personality, it's entirely a matter of spirit and soul. However, in my case, the question of the bar is made a bit easier by residing in a city where drinking in public is still morally suspect and therefore too often a joyless act. There really isn't much competition.
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December 5, 2013 | By Dan Loumena
Luis Suarez, the Uruguayan striker known as much for controversy as his goal-scoring ability, put on the performance of a lifetime for Liverpool on Wednesday by scoring four times in a 5-1 victory over English Premier League rival Norwich City. Two of Suarez's strikes were world class, including the game's opening goal on a strike from more than 40 yards away as he corralled a header from a teammate and lofted a soaring shot over the goaltender with deft precision. Suarez, who became the first EPL player to have three hat tricks against the same club, has twice bitten opponents, used a racial slur against another and has a penchant for diving -- although he's far from alone in the latter category.
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SPORTS
December 5, 2013 | By Dan Loumena
Luis Suarez, the Uruguayan striker known as much for controversy as his goal-scoring ability, put on the performance of a lifetime for Liverpool on Wednesday by scoring four times in a 5-1 victory over English Premier League rival Norwich City. Two of Suarez's strikes were world class, including the game's opening goal on a strike from more than 40 yards away as he corralled a header from a teammate and lofted a soaring shot over the goaltender with deft precision. Suarez, who became the first EPL player to have three hat tricks against the same club, has twice bitten opponents, used a racial slur against another and has a penchant for diving -- although he's far from alone in the latter category.
NEWS
July 19, 1993 | GEBE MARTINEZ and JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Even as the FBI was probing allegations of illegal arms trading by hate group members, white supremacists were compiling a detailed dossier on the chief federal informant and were preparing to expose him, according to documents and interviews. A gregarious, heavyset man calling himself the Rev. Joe Allen had turned up in Southern California several years ago, flashing gold chains with Uzi and shark's teeth charms dangling from them.
NEWS
July 19, 1993 | GEBE MARTINEZ and JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Even as the FBI was probing allegations of illegal arms trading by hate group members, white supremacists were compiling a detailed dossier on the chief federal informant and were preparing to expose him, according to documents and interviews. A gregarious, heavyset man calling himself the Rev. Joe Allen had turned up in Southern California several years ago, flashing gold chains with Uzi and shark's teeth charms dangling from them.
NEWS
July 18, 1993 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The federal investigation of white supremacists that erupted to national attention last week began with a quiet set of introductions more than two years ago, after an FBI informant managed to win the trust of some hate group members by pretending to share their ideas. The informant--who has not been identified by the FBI but who white supremacists believe is a man they know as the Rev.
FOOD
March 3, 1988 | ROSE DOSTI, Times Staff Writer
Dear SOS: I would very much appreciate it if you would obtain the recipe from Joe Allen's restaurant for their chili. It is just delicious. --ELLEN Dear Ellen: What a great dish to serve a crowd gathered around the TV set during a miniseries or sports event. Maybe with a tossed salad and good, cold beer? Cut the recipe in half for a family size portion.
MAGAZINE
December 14, 2003 | Craig Medred, Craig Medred is Outdoor Editor of the Anchorage Daily News.
Timothy Treadwell, the avowed bear man of the Alaska wilderness, lived poor and little known for most of his 46 years despite a desire for the spotlight of celebrity. He claimed to have led a life of drugs, brawls and booze until, in the late 1980s, he found his way to the grizzlies, most recently in Katmai National Park and Preserve on the Alaska Peninsula about 300 miles southwest of Anchorage. His cause: to save them from hunters and poachers who apparently didn't exist.
BUSINESS
November 15, 1985
Blaming a dramatic rise in research and development costs, Gish Biomedical Inc., a Santa Ana supplier of surgical and critical care medical equipment, said Wednesday it had a $121,000 loss in its first fiscal quarter ended Sept. 30, compared with profits of $17,000 for the same quarter last year. Sales for the quarter, however, increased to $1.4 million from the previous year's first-quarter revenues of $1.3 million.
NEWS
April 18, 1995 | From Times Staff Reports
Police identified the charred body of a man found in a torched Ford Escort as missing automated teller machine technician Robert T. Walsh and said Walsh had been fatally shot in the head with a large-caliber gun before he and the vehicle were set ablaze. The 60-year-old former U.S. Marine and Fullerton police officer--who worked for Wells Fargo Armored Service Corp.
NEWS
July 18, 1993 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The federal investigation of white supremacists that erupted to national attention last week began with a quiet set of introductions more than two years ago, after an FBI informant managed to win the trust of some hate group members by pretending to share their ideas. The informant--who has not been identified by the FBI but who white supremacists believe is a man they know as the Rev.
FOOD
March 3, 1988 | ROSE DOSTI, Times Staff Writer
Dear SOS: I would very much appreciate it if you would obtain the recipe from Joe Allen's restaurant for their chili. It is just delicious. --ELLEN Dear Ellen: What a great dish to serve a crowd gathered around the TV set during a miniseries or sports event. Maybe with a tossed salad and good, cold beer? Cut the recipe in half for a family size portion.
TRAVEL
March 30, 1986 | KENNETH FREED, Times Staff Writer
To say why one bar is your favorite is like explaining why you love your wife. Once you get past appearance and public personality, it's entirely a matter of spirit and soul. However, in my case, the question of the bar is made a bit easier by residing in a city where drinking in public is still morally suspect and therefore too often a joyless act. There really isn't much competition.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1993 | JULIE TAMAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A federal prosecutor described a San Fernando Valley couple Tuesday as racist extremists who illegally sold machine guns to help the white separatist movement. But a defense attorney in the federal court trial of Christian and Doris Nadal of North Hills contended that they were entrapped by an FBI agent and a government informant who targeted Nadal for his political views. Both the prosecutor, Assistant U.S. Atty. Gregory W.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 17, 1989 | RUTH REICHL
Please welcome the newest restaurant on Los Angeles' newest restaurant row. It's called Orso, and it's at 8706 W. 3rd St., in the same block as Ma Be and just down the street from Locanda Veneta. The phone number is (213) 274-7144. Orso occupies the site of the former Joe Allen, but you'd hardly recognize the place. It's turned into a cool, casual place that does this burgeoning restaurant area proud.
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