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March 19, 2011 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
John Schneider, whose career has spanned "The Dukes of Hazzard" in the '80s, "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" in the '90s and the still-running "Smallville," has listed his Agoura Hills home for sale at $2,199,000. The actor raised his three children on the 3-acre spread, which has a creek that leads to the area where "Dukes" (1979-85) and "Dr. Quinn" (1993-98) were shot. Schneider described the English-style ivy-covered house of nearly 7,000 square feet as having "an East Coast kind of flair.
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HOME & GARDEN
March 19, 2011 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
John Schneider, whose career has spanned "The Dukes of Hazzard" in the '80s, "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" in the '90s and the still-running "Smallville," has listed his Agoura Hills home for sale at $2,199,000. The actor raised his three children on the 3-acre spread, which has a creek that leads to the area where "Dukes" (1979-85) and "Dr. Quinn" (1993-98) were shot. Schneider described the English-style ivy-covered house of nearly 7,000 square feet as having "an East Coast kind of flair.
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HOME & GARDEN
February 17, 2011 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
John Schneider, whose career has spanned from "The Dukes of Hazzard" in the '80s to "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" in the '90s to the still-running "Smallville," has listed his Agoura Hills home for sale at $2,199,000. The actor described the English-style house of nearly 7,000 square feet as having "an East Coast kind of flair. " "In the summer, it has ivy on the outside," he said. "We have fall at the house. You have to rake leaves. " Schneider raised his children on the 3-acre spread, which has a creek that leads to the area where "Dukes" (1979-85)
SPORTS
May 3, 2008
Larry Bowa exhibits all the symptoms of a classic Type A personality including immaturity and inability to distinguish between matters that are of importance and those that are not. He should learn the refrain from "The Gambler" and hum it constantly, "You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em." Skip Nevell Los Angeles So one month into the Andruw Jones Dodgers era and he is hitting .159, with one home run and a whopping four runs batted in. So when does Torre pull the plug and move Ethier to center and Pierre to left?
ENTERTAINMENT
June 3, 1989 | STEVE WEINSTEIN
Pop music fans are in for another of those benefit concert extravaganzas today as Sting, Diana Ross and Elton John headline a satellite global telecast to help bring attention to the world's environmental problems. "Our Common Future," a five-hour concert from New York, London and Brazil hosted by "Live Aid" creator Bob Geldof, Sigourney Weaver and Richard Gere, will be broadcast in its entirety on the Arts & Entertainment Channel at 5 p.m. and on KABC-TV Channel 7 at 11:30 p.m. Channel 7 will also broadcast three hours of the event, which features performances from R.E.M.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 3, 1989 | HOLLY GLEASON
Strip away the band, the backup singers and the fancy arrangements? Few performers can stand such scrutiny, but a few actually benefit from the streamlining. John Schneider is one. At the Crazy Horse Steak House in Santa Ana Monday night, Schneider was armed with only an acoustic guitar. His baritone took on a warm intimacy that was light-years away from the overblown near-melodrama that has characterized his records. In a crisp, pinstriped button-down shirt, jeans and beige Western-style blazer, Schneider projected a boyish charm, dividing his time almost equally between chats with the crowd and renditions of such hits as "Country Girls" and "Short Walk From Heaven to Hell."
ENTERTAINMENT
June 10, 1991 | GREGG WAGER
Not too long ago, many prominent musicians would scoff at the idea of tuning an instrument to anything other than our modern equal-tempered scale--"various degrees of playing out of tune," they'd say. But, as adapting instruments to different tunings becomes more and more practical, the understanding of Medieval and Renaissance music will be enhanced enormously as well as giving composers new worlds to explore.
HOME & GARDEN
February 17, 2011 | By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
John Schneider, whose career has spanned from "The Dukes of Hazzard" in the '80s to "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" in the '90s to the still-running "Smallville," has listed his Agoura Hills home for sale at $2,199,000. The actor described the English-style house of nearly 7,000 square feet as having "an East Coast kind of flair. " "In the summer, it has ivy on the outside," he said. "We have fall at the house. You have to rake leaves. " Schneider raised his children on the 3-acre spread, which has a creek that leads to the area where "Dukes" (1979-85)
ENTERTAINMENT
October 21, 2001 | JANICE RHOSHALLE LITTLEJOHN, Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer
It didn't seem like the right time to be talking to John Schneider about "Smallville." It's Sept. 14, and there were more important things on both our minds. Just minutes before arriving at Schneider's sprawling, two-story English Tudor in Agoura Hills, President Bush had closed an early morning memorial service at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., with a prayer for those killed in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon three days prior.
SPORTS
May 3, 2008
Larry Bowa exhibits all the symptoms of a classic Type A personality including immaturity and inability to distinguish between matters that are of importance and those that are not. He should learn the refrain from "The Gambler" and hum it constantly, "You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em." Skip Nevell Los Angeles So one month into the Andruw Jones Dodgers era and he is hitting .159, with one home run and a whopping four runs batted in. So when does Torre pull the plug and move Ethier to center and Pierre to left?
ENTERTAINMENT
July 31, 2006 | David C. Nichols, Special to The Times
The hills were alive with "The Sound of Music" at the Hollywood Bowl over the weekend. This final Rodgers & Hammerstein collaboration received an agreeable concert staging by Gordon Hunt, its amiable cast headed by the proficient Melissa Errico and a winning John Schneider. When it premiered in 1959, "The Sound of Music" won five Tony awards, including for best musical and lead actress Mary Martin, and ran for 1,443 performances.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 21, 2001 | JANICE RHOSHALLE LITTLEJOHN, Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer
It didn't seem like the right time to be talking to John Schneider about "Smallville." It's Sept. 14, and there were more important things on both our minds. Just minutes before arriving at Schneider's sprawling, two-story English Tudor in Agoura Hills, President Bush had closed an early morning memorial service at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., with a prayer for those killed in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon three days prior.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 10, 1991 | GREGG WAGER
Not too long ago, many prominent musicians would scoff at the idea of tuning an instrument to anything other than our modern equal-tempered scale--"various degrees of playing out of tune," they'd say. But, as adapting instruments to different tunings becomes more and more practical, the understanding of Medieval and Renaissance music will be enhanced enormously as well as giving composers new worlds to explore.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 3, 1989 | STEVE WEINSTEIN
Pop music fans are in for another of those benefit concert extravaganzas today as Sting, Diana Ross and Elton John headline a satellite global telecast to help bring attention to the world's environmental problems. "Our Common Future," a five-hour concert from New York, London and Brazil hosted by "Live Aid" creator Bob Geldof, Sigourney Weaver and Richard Gere, will be broadcast in its entirety on the Arts & Entertainment Channel at 5 p.m. and on KABC-TV Channel 7 at 11:30 p.m. Channel 7 will also broadcast three hours of the event, which features performances from R.E.M.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 31, 2006 | David C. Nichols, Special to The Times
The hills were alive with "The Sound of Music" at the Hollywood Bowl over the weekend. This final Rodgers & Hammerstein collaboration received an agreeable concert staging by Gordon Hunt, its amiable cast headed by the proficient Melissa Errico and a winning John Schneider. When it premiered in 1959, "The Sound of Music" won five Tony awards, including for best musical and lead actress Mary Martin, and ran for 1,443 performances.
MAGAZINE
April 3, 1994 | Murray Waas, Murray Waas is a Washington-based investigative reporter. He wrote this story as a fellow at the Alicia Patterson Foundation. Jesse Drucker and Jason Serman provided research assistance
During the early morning hours of Aug. 8, 1989, two detectives were summoned to the grounds of Forest Haven, Washington, D.C.'s institution for the mentally retarded "to investigate the report of a dead body." At the scene, they discovered the "body of a B/M (black male) . . . lying on his right side in his bed in a fetal position . . . ." Their report further related: "He was wearing a hospital gown and white socks with red stripes. . . . There was what appeared to be dried blood on his mouth."
ENTERTAINMENT
May 3, 1989 | HOLLY GLEASON
Strip away the band, the backup singers and the fancy arrangements? Few performers can stand such scrutiny, but a few actually benefit from the streamlining. John Schneider is one. At the Crazy Horse Steak House in Santa Ana Monday night, Schneider was armed with only an acoustic guitar. His baritone took on a warm intimacy that was light-years away from the overblown near-melodrama that has characterized his records. In a crisp, pinstriped button-down shirt, jeans and beige Western-style blazer, Schneider projected a boyish charm, dividing his time almost equally between chats with the crowd and renditions of such hits as "Country Girls" and "Short Walk From Heaven to Hell."
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