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November 2, 1991 | DENNIS ROMERO
She says she pulled a "Robert Townsend." Lonnie Lardner helped finance the creation of Artik, a Beverly Hills art gallery, with credit cards, just as Townsend financed the movie satire "Hollywood Shuffle" with his plastic. Lardner, a former KCAL-TV Channel 9 news anchor who descends from a long line of journalists, hopes her new gallery, which she opened in September with the help of two partners, will gain the word-of-mouth success enjoyed by Townsend's underdog film.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 2, 1991 | DENNIS ROMERO
She says she pulled a "Robert Townsend." Lonnie Lardner helped finance the creation of Artik, a Beverly Hills art gallery, with credit cards, just as Townsend financed the movie satire "Hollywood Shuffle" with his plastic. Lardner, a former KCAL-TV Channel 9 news anchor who descends from a long line of journalists, hopes her new gallery, which she opened in September with the help of two partners, will gain the word-of-mouth success enjoyed by Townsend's underdog film.
NEWS
December 11, 1989 | BOB SIPCHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Green Meadows Recreation Center in South Central Los Angeles looked like Santa's workshop under siege Saturday, as 150 little Santa's helpers went to work decorating fuzzy red-and-white Christmas stockings. Deeply intent, the children let their artistic juices--mainly glue and paint of every color--go with the creative flow as they heaped on sequins, bows, streamers, feathers, cotton, pompons, pipe cleaners and buttons. Glitter flew. Egos soared.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 1987 | DEBORAH CAULFIELD and RICK SHERWOOD, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
KHJ-TV Channel 9 will add an 8 p.m. newscast to its weeknight lineup beginning Jan. 11, the station has announced. The half-hour program, to be seen in addition to its "9 O'Clock News," which has been shortened to a half-hour, will be co-anchored by KHJ veteran Tom Lawrence and the newly hired Lonnie Lardner, formerly with KABC-TV. Lardner won a Golden Mike in 1986 for her live coverage of the Cerritos airline crash.
SPORTS
September 5, 1994 | LARRY STEWART
Wow, was that a rip-roaring opening or what? To signify the start of the NFL on Fox, Terry Bradshaw, decked out in Cowboy duds, came riding in on a horse. "New frontier, same game," proclaimed Cowboy Terry. Fox's first one-hour pregame show Sunday got off to a brilliant start, thanks to Bradshaw and segment producer Andrew Becker, who came up with the idea. It became clear from the start that Bradshaw is the star of this show, and it was soon apparent that he also has a strong supporting cast.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 1, 1989 | STEVE WEINSTEIN
KHJ-TV, the station that brought Southern California viewers everything from Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, to a live call-in show with local politicians to the Lakers' new Yugoslav center Vlade Divac reciting a station identification in his native tongue, lives no more. On Saturday, the Walt Disney Co.'s first and only television station will change its name and call letters to "KCAL, California 9."
NEWS
December 11, 1989 | BOB SIPCHEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Green Meadows Recreation Center in South Central Los Angeles looked like Santa's workshop under siege Saturday, as 150 little Santa's helpers went to work decorating fuzzy red-and-white Christmas stockings. Deeply intent, the children let their artistic juices--mainly glue and paint of every color--go with the creative flow as they heaped on sequins, bows, streamers, feathers, cotton, pompons, pipe cleaners and buttons. Glitter flew. Egos soared.
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