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August 11, 1999 | KRISTIN HOHENADEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"What is a director but a builder?" asks actor John Shea. He is talking about John Caire, who directed him--along with Oscar-nominated actresses Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Carroll Baker--in "Silent Hearts," and Shea's point is as literal as it is philosophical. Though Caire poured three years of his life into writing, directing, producing and partially funding the movie, which premieres on Lifetime tonight, he spends most of his days reconstructing houses.
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August 11, 1999 | KRISTIN HOHENADEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"What is a director but a builder?" asks actor John Shea. He is talking about John Caire, who directed him--along with Oscar-nominated actresses Marianne Jean-Baptiste and Carroll Baker--in "Silent Hearts," and Shea's point is as literal as it is philosophical. Though Caire poured three years of his life into writing, directing, producing and partially funding the movie, which premieres on Lifetime tonight, he spends most of his days reconstructing houses.
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September 4, 1988 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, Times Staff Writer
The talk these days on Cloverdale Avenue is about parking--or the lack of it. Manhattan-like conditions have become a way of life there, and on Cochran Avenue and Detroit Street as well. Early in the morning, bleary-eyed tenants come out of buildings to move their cars, and avoid getting a ticket. Even so, for the unlucky or the lazy who don't leave home fast enough, tickets and wheel clamps are common sights in this Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles, north of Wilshire Boulevard.
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