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October 26, 2010 | By Claire Noland, Los Angeles Times
Lamont Johnson, an Emmy-winning director who was honored for his work on the TV programs "Gore Vidal's Lincoln" and "Wallenberg: A Hero's Story" during a wide-ranging career in television, film and theater, died of congestive heart failure at his Monterey home Sunday, his son, Chris, said. He was 88. Johnson, known for his sensitive treatment of controversial subjects in made-for-TV movies, dealt with interracial romance in "My Sweet Charlie" (1970), homosexuality in "That Certain Summer" (1972)
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NATIONAL
August 4, 2006 | Ellen Barry, Times Staff Writer
Political novice Ned Lamont, whose candidacy centers on opposition to the war in Iraq, surged to a commanding lead over Sen. Joe Lieberman less than a week before the Democratic primary, a poll released Thursday shows. Lamont was the choice of 54% of likely Democratic voters in the Quinnipiac University poll. Lieberman, a three-term incumbent who has been criticized for his support of the war, was backed by 41% of those polled.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 16, 1998 | CLAIRE VITUCCI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The wife of a Motown singer and songwriter was arrested Monday night on suspicion of harboring a fugitive when police found a carjacking suspect hiding in her bedroom after he eluded officers during a flight that turned into a televised freeway chase, police said. Barbara Dozier, 47, was booked Monday night at Van Nuys Jail, said Los Angeles Police Officer Jason Lee. Dozier is married to Lamont Dozier, 57, who was instrumental in the birth of the Motown sound.
SPORTS
October 3, 2000 | JASON REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dodger Manager Davey Johnson will have company. The Arizona Diamondbacks, Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates fired their managers Monday in continuing a purge expected to leave many seeking work. Buck Showalter of the Diamondbacks, Jack McKeon of the Reds and Gene Lamont of the Pirates were among the first victims of increased payrolls and unfulfilled expectations, being ousted a day after the regular season ended.
NEWS
September 8, 1988 | SAM FARMER
Lamont Lovett would much rather absorb the sting of a linebacker's hit than relive the pain he felt when he saw the nickname his teammates had taped to his locker. The sign read "Fumbles Senior," referring to the Franklin High tailback's tendency to give up the football at crucial points in a game. His younger brother, Lamar Lovett, was dubbed "Fumbles Junior," more because of his bloodlines than a propensity for turnovers.
NATIONAL
August 9, 2006 | Ellen Barry, Times Staff Writer
Sen. Joe Lieberman, who angered Democratic voters with his staunch support of the war in Iraq, on Tuesday narrowly lost his party's nomination to Ned Lamont, an antiwar candidate who was unknown seven months ago. Lieberman is only the fourth incumbent senator to lose his party's nomination since 1980. He promised to run for a fourth term as an independent candidate. Looking out at his supporters Tuesday night, he beamed and raised a fist defiantly in the air.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1993 | SHARON MOESER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Eric Lamont Gunn pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges he murdered his half brother. Earlier, he denied that he was even at the party when Rayshaun Love was fatally shot. Love, 17, died early Sunday morning after being shot in the chest at a pay-to-enter party in Lancaster. More than 36 hours later, his brother was arrested in the slaying.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 2005 | Tony Perry, Times Staff Writer
City Manager Lamont Ewell, who sought to provide stability and leadership during an unprecedented period of fiscal upheaval and political bickering at City Hall, announced his resignation Wednesday to become city manager in Santa Monica. Ewell, 52, a former Compton firefighter, was named to the post 19 months ago, after City Manager Michael Uberuaga was forced to resign amid complaints about his role in the city's pension debacle. Ewell was assistant city manager at the time.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 15, 1998 | Robin Rauzi, Robin Rauzi is a Times staff writer
Lamont Johnson first directed Gertrude Stein's play "Yes Is for a Very Young Man" in 1949 in New York. The players? Some unknowns named Bea Arthur, Gene Saks and Kim Stanley. Brooks Atkinson, reviewing the production for the New York Times, wrote, "The Off Broadway actors are not quite that sublime at the moment, and Lamont Johnson, the director, has not found the way to weave Miss Stein's random, prolix remarks into a flowing pattern."
SPORTS
January 4, 1996 | GREG SANDOVAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A teacher at Dorsey High School has complained to school administrators that basketball Coach Kevin Gibson tried to coerce him into changing a failing grade so one of Gibson's star players would be eligible to compete. In addition, The Times has obtained records that show two of the player's grades were changed after the grading deadline had passed, which an L.A. Unified School District administrator said would be a violation if certain procedures were not followed.
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