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March 23, 2003 | Hugh Hart, Special to The Times
They are not accustomed to the spotlight. They worry about sounding pretentious, banal or boring. They wonder if they're rambling. They think to talk about themselves makes them feel sound "egotistical." They would much rather shower praise on the costume designers, gaffers and crew members who they seem to think really deserve all the credit. They are unsung heroes.
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December 9, 2009
For "Lights, Camera . . . " we ask a craftsperson to talk about a specific scene in his or her latest film. This week, John DeLuca John DeLuca , producer and choreographer of "Nine," talks about creating the kicky go-go dance for Kate Hudson. Enter Guido Contini ( Daniel Day-Lewis), world famous Italian filmmaker. Guido makes films that challenge him and his audience. Enter Stephanie (Kate Hudson), American fashion journalist and avid fan of Guido Contini's movies -- but for all the wrong reasons.
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NEWS
December 9, 2009
For "Lights, Camera . . . " we ask a craftsperson to talk about a specific scene in his or her latest film. This week, John DeLuca John DeLuca , producer and choreographer of "Nine," talks about creating the kicky go-go dance for Kate Hudson. Enter Guido Contini ( Daniel Day-Lewis), world famous Italian filmmaker. Guido makes films that challenge him and his audience. Enter Stephanie (Kate Hudson), American fashion journalist and avid fan of Guido Contini's movies -- but for all the wrong reasons.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 23, 2003 | Hugh Hart, Special to The Times
They are not accustomed to the spotlight. They worry about sounding pretentious, banal or boring. They wonder if they're rambling. They think to talk about themselves makes them feel sound "egotistical." They would much rather shower praise on the costume designers, gaffers and crew members who they seem to think really deserve all the credit. They are unsung heroes.
SPORTS
January 30, 1993
It was nice to see that Cal State Long Beach finally made the front page of last Tuesday's edition, but it was typical to downgrade the victory by mentioning old news (Saturday's loss to Virginia Commonwealth). Let's give Seth Greenberg's team the credit it deserves. Look out, Jim Harrick: the Beach owns L.A. JOHN DeLUCA San Pedro
BUSINESS
February 5, 1999 | Associated Press
The Clinton administration plans to propose changes in existing wine labels that would include references to the health effects of drinking wine. The Treasury Department is expected to announce the proposed new wording for the labels today, according to a senior administration official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. "I think it's a very major accomplishment," said John DeLuca, president of the San Francisco-based Wine Institute.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 13, 2007 | John Horn
They won the best picture Oscar with 2002's blockbuster "Chicago," and now director Rob Marshall and producer Harvey Weinstein plan to adapt another hit Broadway musical for the screen. This time the production is "Nine," which won the Tony for best musical. The Weinstein Co. said Thursday that Marshall will direct the adaptation, with Maury Yeston, the composer and lyricist for the original 1982 production, reprising his songwriting roles.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 2003 | John Horn
If only she were singing "Having My Baby." A tremendously pregnant Catherine Zeta-Jones has agreed to perform in Sunday's Academy Awards, joining Queen Latifah in singing "Chicago's" nominated song, "I Move On." The John Kander and Fred Ebb tune had been performed in the movie musical by Zeta-Jones and Renee Zellweger, but Zellweger declined to perform in front of the Oscars' global television audience.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 9, 1993 | RAY LOYND
The musical comedy "Romance Romance," videotaped in its original theatrical form, brings the Broadway theater to TV in "Clairol on Broadway" (6 and 10 tonight on A&E). The first of a series of performing arts showcases designed to share the theatergoing experience, this 1988 Tony-nominated show was staged by the Old Globe in San Diego in 1989 but never made it to Los Angeles, which is not hard to understand.
BUSINESS
August 19, 1986 | Associated Press
Jos. E. Seagram & Sons, California's second-largest wine producer, resigned from the San Francisco-based Wine Institute over policy differences, the company said Monday. Samuel Bronfman II, president of Seagram Vintners, said the company was taking the action because the institute "misled our industry as to Seagram's interests and materially undermined (Seagram's) reputation."
ENTERTAINMENT
January 10, 1997 | LAURIE WINER, TIMES THEATER CRITIC
What has dancing felines, a chandelier and a singing savior? Why, "Andrew Lloyd Webber--Music of the Night," of course, which opened at the Pantages on Wednesday night. Betty Buckley stars in this tribute to Lord (recently upgraded from Sir) Andrew, along with a 32-piece onstage orchestra and a strong-voiced ensemble of 11. The show, a greatest-hits revue, is touring the United States and is only in Los Angeles through Jan. 19.
NEWS
December 1, 2002 | Louise Chu, Associated Press Writer
To the 5 million tourists who visit Napa Valley each year, the quiet community offers an idyllic escape to a place where the wealth and the wine are always flowing. But behind the picturesque charm of this viticultural Mecca brews an ongoing battle between vintners and environmentalists over the narrow stretch of land, 40 miles north of San Francisco, that has the wine industry looking for ways to stave off increased government regulation. The Wine Institute and the California Assn.
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