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February 5, 1995 | STEVE EMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Look into the cradle, and what do you see? It's cute, yes, but helpless, passive, and its movements are merely random. It's driven only by the most primitive internal needs. It's utterly unaware of what's going on out here. That used to be the truth back when Justin D. Call started paying attention to babies. Now, more than four decades later, the truth is something else, and that's due in great part to Call himself.
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January 3, 2013 | David Lazarus
Words I never thought I'd say: Justin Bieber has a point. The pop star this week called on lawmakers to crack down on thuggish paparazzi behavior after a photographer was killed in a traffic accident while stalking Bieber's Ferrari in West Los Angeles. Bieber wasn't behind the wheel at the time. "Hopefully this tragedy will finally inspire meaningful legislation and whatever other necessary steps to protect the lives and safety of celebrities, police officers, innocent public bystanders and the photographers themselves," he said in a statement.
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October 22, 2012 | By Reed Johnson
"Magical. " "Unforgettable. " "Beautiful. " That's how Justin Timberlake, who reportedly once was a pop music star, described to People magazine his wedding to Jessica Biel on Friday at an Italian seaside resort. The bride, 30, and bridegroom, 31, partied outdoors following the nuptials, with guests including Andy Samberg and Jimmy Fallon. Also present was hip-hop producer Timbaland, who oversaw some of the tunes on Timberlake's solo disc "Justified. " These days, Timberlake's Wikipedia page describes him as an actor and businessman first and second, and a singer-songwriter third.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 22, 2012 | By Reed Johnson
"Magical. " "Unforgettable. " "Beautiful. " That's how Justin Timberlake, who reportedly once was a pop music star, described to People magazine his wedding to Jessica Biel on Friday at an Italian seaside resort. The bride, 30, and bridegroom, 31, partied outdoors following the nuptials, with guests including Andy Samberg and Jimmy Fallon. Also present was hip-hop producer Timbaland, who oversaw some of the tunes on Timberlake's solo disc "Justified. " These days, Timberlake's Wikipedia page describes him as an actor and businessman first and second, and a singer-songwriter third.
NEWS
February 19, 1995 | STEVE EMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Look into the cradle, and what do you see? It's cute, yes, but helpless, passive, and its movements are random. It's driven only by the most primitive internal needs. It's utterly unaware of what's going on out here. That used to be the truth back when Dr. Justin D. Call started paying attention to babies. Now, more than four decades later, the truth is something else, and that's due in great part to Call. While his psychiatric practice is in Newport Beach and his classroom is at UC Irvine, his reputation is worldwide as a founder of the field of infant psychiatry.
BUSINESS
January 3, 2013 | David Lazarus
Words I never thought I'd say: Justin Bieber has a point. The pop star this week called on lawmakers to crack down on thuggish paparazzi behavior after a photographer was killed in a traffic accident while stalking Bieber's Ferrari in West Los Angeles. Bieber wasn't behind the wheel at the time. "Hopefully this tragedy will finally inspire meaningful legislation and whatever other necessary steps to protect the lives and safety of celebrities, police officers, innocent public bystanders and the photographers themselves," he said in a statement.
NEWS
March 12, 1995
When so many people are struggling for "wholeness" (to borrow a New Age phrase), it is inconceivable that someone of Dr. Justin Call's caliber can say that "people who miss the experience of caring for children are to some extent incomplete human beings" ("Within the Minds of Babes," Feb. 19). I am childless for many reasons, as are many family members and friends. But that is not to say we have not experienced caring for children and greatly influencing their lives. By his statement Call also eliminates dear childless friends of mine who have compassionately parented their parents for many years as they aged.
MAGAZINE
January 20, 1991 | Martin Kasindorf, Martin Kasindorf, a lawyer by training, is Los Angeles correspondent for Newsday
Except for the clatter of helicopters approaching the Tustin Marine Corps Air Station nearby, the world surrounding tiny Christopher Michael Calvert is a soothing lullaby. From his crib in a house on a safe cul-de-sac, the 4-month-old can see a leafy tract neighborhood beyond the backyard swimming pool. Cooed over by Crispina Calvert's family, the baby has almost too many loving relatives to count.
NEWS
September 28, 1991 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Experts on family law and child development Friday criticized a judge's ruling that gave a surrogate mother and biological father joint custody of a 16-month-old girl conceived through artificial insemination. "The judge can't be serious," said James B. Boskey, a family law professor at Seton Hall Law School in Newark, N.J. "I don't see how this could possibly be healthy for the child. This is precedent-setting in a very dangerous way." Dr.
NEWS
September 18, 1986 | BOB SIPCHEN, Times Staff Writer
Can cupcakes lead to the hard stuff? They never came out and said so, but in a roundabout way, without mentioning "crack" or marijuana or even alcohol, that is what Colleen Hall and Kathleen Melcher were getting at in their presentation to a handful of 4- and 5-year-olds at the Women's Transitional Living Center in Fullerton last week.
NEWS
February 19, 1995 | STEVE EMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Look into the cradle, and what do you see? It's cute, yes, but helpless, passive, and its movements are random. It's driven only by the most primitive internal needs. It's utterly unaware of what's going on out here. That used to be the truth back when Dr. Justin D. Call started paying attention to babies. Now, more than four decades later, the truth is something else, and that's due in great part to Call. While his psychiatric practice is in Newport Beach and his classroom is at UC Irvine, his reputation is worldwide as a founder of the field of infant psychiatry.
NEWS
February 5, 1995 | STEVE EMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Look into the cradle, and what do you see? It's cute, yes, but helpless, passive, and its movements are merely random. It's driven only by the most primitive internal needs. It's utterly unaware of what's going on out here. That used to be the truth back when Justin D. Call started paying attention to babies. Now, more than four decades later, the truth is something else, and that's due in great part to Call himself.
NEWS
July 2, 1997 | STEVE EMMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mike Tyson, prominent boxer and ear-biter: "I cannot tell you why, exactly, I acted like I did. . . . I just snapped." We're here to help, Mike, so on your behalf we consulted Dr. Justin Call of Newport Beach, one of the founders of child psychiatry, and asked for an opinion on your behavior Saturday, during the championship bout in which you bit off sections of your opponent's ears. "It was so gross," Call said. No, a medical opinion.
NEWS
October 12, 1990 | CATHERINE GEWERTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An expert on child psychiatry testified Thursday that he does not believe Orange County surrogate mother Anna L. Johnson became emotionally attached to the baby she delivered for an infertile couple, and he said he would be wary of giving her custody of the child. Dr. Justin D.
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