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February 14, 1998 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The name Lauren Wood might not trip the memory, but one of her songs sure does. Initially released with little fanfare on her first solo album, the singer-songwriter's romantic ballad "Fallen" was prominently featured in the blockbuster 1990 film "Pretty Woman." That movie's soundtrack has sold 15 million copies worldwide, and "Fallen"--an international hit--has been covered by Johnny Mathis and Larry Coryell, among others. The tune also remains in rotation on adult-contemporary radio stations.
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February 14, 1998 | JOHN ROOS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The name Lauren Wood might not trip the memory, but one of her songs sure does. Initially released with little fanfare on her first solo album, the singer-songwriter's romantic ballad "Fallen" was prominently featured in the blockbuster 1990 film "Pretty Woman." That movie's soundtrack has sold 15 million copies worldwide, and "Fallen"--an international hit--has been covered by Johnny Mathis and Larry Coryell, among others. The tune also remains in rotation on adult-contemporary radio stations.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 3, 1996 | JOHN POPE
A church that was relocated to temporary facilities a decade ago by the city, sparking a lawsuit involving the constitutional separation of church and state, has received approval to build a permanent home. The City Council's action allows the International Church of the Foursquare Gospel to build a sanctuary, child-care facility and nine apartments on 1.3 acres at North Brea Boulevard and Ash Street. "I've been looking forward to this moment for 9 1/2 years," said the Rev.
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July 5, 1991 | MIKE WYMA
When Fashion Square Sherman Oaks promises cool nights in its Hot Jazz, Cool Nights series, it delivers. The mall, which used to be open-air, was enclosed last year. "Now we're climate-controlled," said Marketing Director Sandy Stavig-Turner. "It's cool no matter what the weather's like." The mall also has done a good job delivering on its musical promise of hot jazz for the series, which runs three more Thursday nights with shows at 6 and 7 p.m.
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October 4, 1985 | Ann Japenga
Two local women are making money off a cat's good looks, but they want it known they're not guilty of exploiting their model. "We have the money in a trust fund for her," Lauren Wood said of her black-and-white kitty, named The Bunny. "She'll be rich when she's 21." Wood, a singer with five albums on the Warner Bros.
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March 19, 1998 | BILL LOCEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There's not a lot going on in Somis, and the locals like it just fine. One can hang out at the post office, the hardware store or the Somis Market. Since they've been there and done that, Erik Richards, Chris Sherman and Dave Sperger expanded their horizons and started a band. Overground, the greatest band in all of Somis, will open for former English Beat front-man Dave Wakeling, who will cause widespread dancing Friday evening at Nicholby's in Ventura.
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June 25, 1985 | NANCY YOSHIHARA, Times Staff Writer
At Aahs!, a trendy Westwood shop, the walls are covered with hundreds of offbeat greeting cards that you will not typically find in your local Hallmark store. One card has a cover with a drawing of Ronald Reagan dressed in pajamas that can be cut out like a paper doll. Inside the card are different hats and outfits, ranging from a cowboy suit to a czar's regalia. At Puente Hills Mall, curious shoppers are drawn into It's a Small World.
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August 16, 1987 | JOSEPH P. KAHN, Joseph P. Kahn is a senior writer for INC. magazine
Q. : According to the Soviet government, songwriter-artist Allee Willis may actually be (a) a black male songwriter from Detroit; (b) America's High Priest of Nuclear Art; (c) Pee-wee Herman's favorite movie date; (d) a clear and present danger to world peace; (e) all of the above. A. : (e), as in All-ee. ALLEE WILLIS is looking for a knife. She is also looking a little dangerous, holding a baseball bat in one hand and a yellow zippered bag marked "Auto Cash" in the other.
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