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December 19, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If you think teachers have it hard controlling a classroom of rowdy teen-agers, consider Alise Cayen. Several Sundays each fall, Cayen vies for the attention of 56,000 black-clad, frenzied football fans. But Cayen, a Reseda High School teacher and Los Angeles Raiderette, would not have it any other way--even though she has to juggle schedules and battle twin stereotypes. "Teachers aren't looked at with high regard, but cheerleaders are," said the 26-year-old Cayen. "It's ironic."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If you think teachers have it hard controlling a classroom of rowdy teen-agers, consider Alise Cayen. Several Sundays each fall, Cayen vies for the attention of 56,000 black-clad, frenzied football fans. But Cayen, a Reseda High School teacher and Los Angeles Raiderette, would not have it any other way--even though she has to juggle schedules and battle twin stereotypes. "Teachers aren't looked at with high regard, but cheerleaders are," said the 26-year-old Cayen. "It's ironic."
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September 11, 1992
OK, South Bay, it's time to pound the pavement. Organizers of two local street fairs this weekend are predicting more than 40,000 visitors will take to the streets of San Pedro and Lomita to enjoy music, rides, a petting zoo, pony rides, games, food and other attractions. Headlining the 8th Annual San Pedro Faire will be three-time platinum recording artist Brenton Wood.
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March 19, 1992 | SANDRA SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Do you ever get a hankering for some home-on-the-range cooking? To satisfy the urge for some old-fashioned Western finger food, head up Ventura Avenue toward Ojai. Along a two-mile stretch between Oak View and Mira Monte are four different establishments from which to sample an assortment of smoked and grilled meats. The first place you'll smell the aroma of tri-tip sizzling over an open fire will be The Great American Bar-B-Que Company, located in the parking lot of Van Oak Market.
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