May 28, 2006 |
ARCHITECT John Fisher has always loved actors. In fact, he married one and moved his family to Los Angeles in 1975 so his wife, the late Bonnie Johns, could pursue her craft. "When we got here," Fisher recalls, "the theater scene was mostly just the Mark Taper and all these non-Equity houses that were ad hoc transformations of some other kind of space. Besides that, there weren't many other theaters, though we sure tried to find them."
February 17, 2011 |
I still remember the first time I tasted the legendary fruit the Dekopon. Think of a huge mandarin, easy to peel and seedless, with firm flesh that melts in the mouth, an intense sweetness balanced by refreshing acidity, and a complex, lingering mandarin orange aroma. I've tasted more than 1,000 varieties of citrus, and to me the Dekopon is the most delicious. So delicious, in fact, that I've pursued it for more than a dozen years, despite astonishing secrecy and intrigue. But now, finally, the Dekopon is beginning to appear in California stores, and the full story can be told.
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June 5, 1986
University of San Diego Vice President William Pickett has been named president of St. John Fisher College in Rochester, N.Y. He will take up his new post in August. Pickett will be the first head of the Catholic college who is not a priest of the order of the Congregation of St. Basil, which founded the school in 1948. St. John Fisher College has 3,000 students. Pickett received his bachelor's degree from Rockhurst College in Kansas City, Mo., in 1962 and his Ph.D.
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June 11, 2006 |
Police arrested a man on suspicion of murder late Friday after finding a stabbing victim in a car on Walnut Street. The victim died at the scene. David Elkins, 19, of La Habra was being held in Orange County Jail. Police identified the victim as John Fisher, 27, of La Habra.