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February 12, 1989
As I have read about the "Project X" controversy, I have become more and more curious about how animals that work in movies are treated. According to the Los Angeles Times Magazine, Vicki Hearne's story was "The Trainers' Side of the Controversy." Now, I would like to hear the other side. WANDA BOWSER Mission Hills
November 20, 1988
I can accept the fact that 51% of the Sept. 18 issue of the Los Angeles Times Magazine is devoted to advertisements. What I cannot understand is why you would expect any significant number of your 1.4 million readers to be interested enough in Jay Chiat for you to devote almost 20% of an issue to him. PAUL JACOBS Goleta
September 6, 2013 | By S. Irene Virbila
Wine journalist Talia Baiocchi 's Brooklyn apartment is headquarters for PUNCH , a new online magazine focused on wine, cocktails and spirits that she's putting out in collaboration with Ten Speed Press. Baiocchi is editor in chief. Leslie Pariseau is deputy editor. Fueled by strong coffees and Negronis, the two have been working for months nonstop on the magazine's first issue, set to debut in October.  Baiocchi, former wine editor at and former columnist at Wine Spectator, came up with the idea of doing a Web magazine about wine and spirits in conversation with Aaron Wehner of Ten Speed Press , which is publishing her book, "SHERRY," in the fall of 2014.
May 12, 1991
I enjoyed the first edition of your newly designed Los Angeles Times Magazine. The look of it is stunning, and it is a quality publication. The artwork, particularly the color, is excellent. The coated paper is, of course, always a plus. Editorial content needs a bit of getting used to. I found the lead articles, while very interesting, a bit too long. FIORA SOMERS Los Angeles
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