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January 22, 1989 | ZAN DUBIN
"I saw a cop a walking down the street, swinging his billie and a strutting his beat. He's gonna catch you, beat you hard, break all of your bones, so help me God." --Children's street song from "Games." Sometimes the only way to get something done is to do it yourself. Choreographer Lula Washington did, and as a result, the repertory of her local troupe now boasts an American modern-dance classic whose survival she has perhaps helped to ensure.
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January 22, 1989 | ZAN DUBIN
"I saw a cop a walking down the street, swinging his billie and a strutting his beat. He's gonna catch you, beat you hard, break all of your bones, so help me God." --Children's street song from "Games." Sometimes the only way to get something done is to do it yourself. Choreographer Lula Washington did, and as a result, the repertory of her local troupe now boasts an American modern-dance classic whose survival she has perhaps helped to ensure.
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January 4, 1993 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times national and international news services and the nations press
Dance On: Six Los Angeles groups are among 109 dance companies selected for matching grants from the National Endowment for the Arts. The Bella Lewitzky Dance Foundation topped the list with $90,000, followed by the Aman Folk Ensemble with $70,000; Jazz Tap Ensemble, $44,000; Loretta Livingston & Dancers, $10,000; Lulu Washington Contemporary Dance Foundation, $10,000; and Rhapsody in Taps, $10,000.
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January 15, 1993 | DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Are you judgmental, a night person, willing to spend long nights analyzing Nirvana lyrics, someone who owns a set of ear plugs and craves getting hate calls from people who make more money in two hours than you will in a lifetime? Then rock criticism might be for you. You can learn all about it March 13 in an all-day class in Universal City featuring several veterans of the field.
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December 30, 1999
all day Celebrations Nothing reflects a city like the way it parties. In crowded New York, millions will pack into Times Square. In sprawling Los Angeles, we have Celebrate L.A. 2000, five parties so far apart that they'll have to be linked by satellite. At the "Global Village" on Grand Avenue in downtown L.A., the centerpiece of the evening is the rock opera "Tomorrow Is Here" by French compose Marc Cerrone, following performances by El Vez and Ozomatli.
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May 16, 1993 | JANE WOOLDRIDGE, Wooldridge is assistant travel editor of the Miami Herald and a South Beach resident. and
When it comes to dining in South Beach, how you want to eat is as important as what. Say it's Sunday afternoon. You've just come from the beach, and you want to plop down in your shorts or bikini and just keep watching the amazing array of humanity roller-blade by. You want a beach-front cafe on Ocean Drive. If, however, it's 10 p.m.
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