June 23, 2009
"Video Journeys" artist: A review of the group show "Video Journeys" at Sister Gallery at Cottage Home in Friday's Calendar misspelled the first name of artist Kathryn Andrews as Katherine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 23, 1988
I wish to thank Al Martinez for his Dec. 24 column. He has an unique talent for blending his unhappier thoughts with the beauty and enchantment he finds in the understanding and warmth of a young child. I'm sure he brought comfort to many others, as he did to me. KATHERINE A. BARNET Sherman Oaks
July 5, 2002 |
"The Taming of the Shrew," now on the Festival Stage at the Globe Theatres, is a raucous, stylish, funny froth of gender combat that shoots off sexual sparks like a summer lightning storm. Move over, Liz and Dick. Elizabeth Heflin as the razor-tongued Katherine and Jeffrey Nordling as the "mad-brained rudesby" Petruchio are perfectly matched as the high-octane couple whose wooing, wedding and bedding is the heart of "Shrew."
February 13, 1986 |
Freida Gould of La Habra is looking for tube mascara in the colors slate, brown/black, charcoal or black; she's even willing to settle for a small jar of cream mascara. Can you help bring highlights to Gould's eyes, or will she be faced with the fact that her cosmetic expectations have gone down the tubes? Celia Martinez of Wilmington would like to locate someone to hemstitch her dish towels so that she can crochet around them.
February 27, 2010 |
At the end, and this may be the very end, Apolo Anton Ohno circled the Pacific Coliseum ice with a smile, tears welling and an unprecedented eighth Winter Olympics medal secured. It just took a few minutes longer than expected. He had No. 8 in hand after the men's 500-meter race earlier Friday, but he also had that hand on the hip of a competitor on the last turn of that race. That got him disqualified, leaving only the chaotic 5,000-meter relay in which he could add to the stack of hardware he had accrued.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 13, 1997 |
Two and a half years after Delores Jackson drowned in his swimming pool, businessman Donald Bohana pleaded not guilty Wednesday to her murder and was ordered held in lieu of $1-million bail. A short bail hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court depicted Bohana as a 60-year-old businessman with widespread contacts, a pilot's license--and more than $4 million in debts.