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May 28, 1995 | Sharon Raiford-Bush, Sharon Raiford-Bush is a free-lance writer based in Santa Monica
'When I first met you, I thought you were cute," Tracy Okuma wrote in a love letter to filmmaker Steve Esteb. "But I didn't think you would stay. No one stays." Esteb, 37, remembers that spring day in 1992 when he strode numbly through the door of the Victorian-style home near Alameda Park in Santa Barbara to produce "Living With . . . ," a documentary about the residents of Heath House, a hospice for homeless and low-income AIDS patients. "My overwhelming reaction was abject fear," Esteb says.
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May 28, 1995 | Sharon Raiford-Bush, Sharon Raiford-Bush is a free-lance writer based in Santa Monica
'When I first met you, I thought you were cute," Tracy Okuma wrote in a love letter to filmmaker Steve Esteb. "But I didn't think you would stay. No one stays." Esteb, 37, remembers that spring day in 1992 when he strode numbly through the door of the Victorian-style home near Alameda Park in Santa Barbara to produce "Living With . . . ," a documentary about the residents of Heath House, a hospice for homeless and low-income AIDS patients. "My overwhelming reaction was abject fear," Esteb says.
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February 8, 2011 | Mark Magnier
He's a "living Buddha" with movie-star good looks and an iPod, a 25-year-old who rubs shoulders with Richard Gere and Tom Cruise and is mentioned as a successor to the Dalai Lama. Now allegations that he's a Chinese spy, and a money launderer to boot, have laid bare divisions in the outwardly serene world of Tibetan Buddhism and longtime tensions between China and India. There's a lot at stake. The Karmapa is among Tibetan Buddhism's most revered figures and heads the religion's wealthiest sect, with property estimated at $1.2 billion worldwide.
HOME & GARDEN
October 24, 1992 | KATHY BRYANT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
To some degree, what we know about history and what we think might happen in the future has been brought to us--in Technicolor--by the movies. Whether they're accurate or not is beside the point; they are glimpses into worlds we could otherwise never hope to visit. Interior design has been touched by Hollywood since the early Talkies.
NEWS
March 17, 1996 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You're in the audience as Greg MacGillivray's film classic "To Fly" begins: An 18th century balloonist, in top hat and tails, is regaling a crowd of farmers about the wonders of flight. A brass band plays as he drops the sandbag ballast. And, as he ascends, the excited balloonist yells down to the awe-struck crowd, "It's magical! I wish you could all see it from here." Suddenly, you can.
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March 10, 1996 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You're in the audience as Greg MacGillivray's film classic "To Fly" begins: An 18th century balloonist, in top hat and tails, is regaling a crowd of farmers about the wonders of flight. A brass band plays as he drops the sandbag ballast. And, as he ascends, the excited balloonist looks down at the awe-stricken crowd and yells, "It's magical! I wish you could all see it from here." Suddenly, you can.
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