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April 3, 1990 | RIP RENSE
Claudette Colbert, Groucho Marx, Richard Dreyfuss, Orson Welles, Sidney Pollock, Robert Altman, Steven Spielberg, Stephen J. Cannell, Steven Bochco. . . . For Lee Goldberg's purposes, they were all failures. Goldberg is the author of "Unsold Television Pilots, 1955-1988" (McFarland & Co. Inc.: $45), the definitive reference book on television shows that never got past the one-shot pilot stage.
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April 3, 1990 | RIP RENSE
Claudette Colbert, Groucho Marx, Richard Dreyfuss, Orson Welles, Sidney Pollock, Robert Altman, Steven Spielberg, Stephen J. Cannell, Steven Bochco. . . . For Lee Goldberg's purposes, they were all failures. Goldberg is the author of "Unsold Television Pilots, 1955-1988" (McFarland & Co. Inc.: $45), the definitive reference book on television shows that never got past the one-shot pilot stage.
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OPINION
September 18, 2002
I'm sick of hearing Gov. Gray Davis criticized for his fund-raising efforts. After all, wasn't it the Republicans who so opposed campaign finance reform? They're just mad because Davis has beat them at their own game. Mark Lee Goldberg Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 2001
So the Democrats will run the House and Senate for 17 days before the official swearing-in ("Democrats to Get Senate's Reins for a 17-Day Trot," Dec. 31). I'd like to see them push through as much legislation as possible, including things we'll never get from the Republicans, like real campaign finance reform. Republicans have shown by their behavior (from the Supreme Court all the way down to Florida sheriffs who intimidated African American voters) that common decency and "the right thing to do" were never an option.
NEWS
January 17, 1999
The point of book reviews, at least as I understand it, is to give the reader a critical appraisal of a novel. Apparently, your reviewers believe their job is actually to synopsize the story and reveal every plot twist. Case in point: Michael Harris' recent review ("From Depression to Wisdom," Jan. 5) of "Duane's Depressed," Larry McMurtry's concluding novel in a trilogy. Harris felt it necessary to tell us everything that happens in the book--and to reveal that a major character gets killed midway through.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 21, 2012
Upcoming biennials in the U.S. Now through Sept. 2 Made in L.A., Hammer Museum and LAX Art, Los Angeles Curators: Anne Ellegood, Ali Subotnick, Malik Gaines, Lauri Firstenberg and Cesar Garcia Sept. 12 to Dec. 8 Zero1Biennial, San Jose Curators: Jaime Austin with Dooeun Choi of South Korea, Gisela Domschke of Brazil, Michelle Kasprzak of Canada, and Regina Möller of Germany June 30 to Sept. 22, 2013 The California-Pacific Biennial, at the Orange County Museum of Art Curator: Dan Cameron Oct. 5, 2013, to March 16, 2014 Carnegie International, at the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh Curators: Curators Daniel Baumann, Dan Byers, and Tina Kukielski Nov. 1 to 24, 2013 Performa 13, New York Curators: RoseLee Goldberg with four guest curators March to May 2014 Whitney Biennial Curators: To be announced June to September 2014 Made in L.A., Hammer Museum, Los Angeles Curators: To be announced Fall 2014 Prospect 3, New Orleans Curator: Franklin Sirmans, with advisors Rita Gonzalez and Christine Y. Kim
NEWS
February 9, 1997 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mike Connors acknowledges that it's been "kind of strange" to step back into private investigator Joe Mannix's well-worn shoes after 22 years for Thursday's episode of CBS' "Diagnosis Murder." "I'm really enjoying it," says the very fit 71-year-old actor. "Once they start calling you Mannix and Joe, of course, it becomes a little easier." Connors played the strong and suave shamus on the CBS action series "Mannix" from 1967 to 1975, receiving four Emmy nominations.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 20, 1997 | FRANCES HALPERN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The aftermath of both of the O.J. Simpson trials will be explored this week in Thousand Oaks, as the Fred Goldman family has selected the Barnes & Noble as the site of its local book signing, while prosecutor Christopher Darden visits Borders Books. Goldman, wife Patti and daughter Kim, who waited for the punitive damages verdict in the O.J. Simpson wrongful-death civil trial before beginning the tour, will sign their book, "His Name Is Ron," at 12:30 p.m. Monday in the bookstore at 160 S.
NEWS
March 9, 1995 | FRANCES HALPERN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
This week the action is at the Ventura Bookstore, 522 East Main St., where a diverse group of authors will stimulate and entertain the little gray cells. At 7 p.m. tonight, Laura Schlessinger, talk-show host, psychotherapist and author, will sign and discuss her book, "10 Stupid Things Women Do to Mess Up Their Lives." * At 7 p.m. Friday, Luis Alfaro will perform from his work "downtown."
BUSINESS
June 6, 1994 | JAMES BATES
With the latest success of such films as "The Flintstones" and "Maverick," Hollywood no doubt will continue its frantic rush to make into a movie virtually every old television show that ever aired. With everything from "Gomer Pyle" to "Green Acres" now being developed, the number of available remakes may soon dry up. Should that happen, there is an ample list of failed TV pilots that could inspire a potential blockbuster.
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