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January 5, 2011 | By Glenn Whipp, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling have seen The Future. And it isn't pretty. After taking a month off to gain some weight, pick some fights and prepare to tear down the happy relationship they'd spent more than four years creating for "Blue Valentine," Gosling and Williams showed up for work at the Radisson in King of Prussia, Pa. They'd finished shooting their film couple's courtship, a loose, spontaneous experience full of song, dance and lovemaking,...
March 24, 2008 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
The way Flynn Robinson sees it, the Lakers' all-time record for consecutive victories was never seriously imperiled even as the Houston Rockets bumped off foe after foe through February and into the middle of March. "Twenty-two," Robinson says of the Rockets' streak, which was ended last week by the Boston Celtics, "is a long way from 33." Thirty-three, of course, is the remarkable number that Robinson helped the Lakers stamp into the record books during the 1971-72 season.
September 19, 1990
A 5-year-old boy nearly drowned Tuesday in a swimming pool in Chula Vista. Victor Sandoval of Mendocino Drive in Chula Vista was listed in critical condition on a life support system at Children's Hospital late Tuesday, hospital spokesman Mark Morelli said. Victor's body temperature was below normal, indicating that he probably was under water for at least several minutes, Morelli said. The incident occurred shortly before 3 p.m. Life Flight took the child to the hospital about 3:20 p.m.
September 10, 1991
TV or not TV. . . . GOLDEN GIRL: Without Susan Harris, it is safe to say, NBC would be in a pickle. She created two series, "The Golden Girls" and "Empty Nest," that have helped keep the network atop the ratings. And this weekend, another of her sitcom creations, "Nurses," which is set in a hospital, joins the two established hits in its debut--giving her three NBC series each Saturday. That alone makes her a major TV power broker.
November 15, 1991 | JIM HODGES
In a book about the Chicago Bulls' championship season, star guard Michael Jordan is quoted making an anti-Semitic statement, the Chicago Sun-Times reported in its Thursday editions. "The Jordan Rules," by Chicago Tribune reporter Sam Smith, who covered the team during its 1990-91 championship run, quotes Jordan as saying that if he won the lottery, he would ". . . go open up a country club and post a sign that said, 'No Jews Allowed.'
January 25, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
The first scene of "The Last Gladiators," a documentary that brings extraordinary insight to hockey's vanishing breed of enforcers, features a closeup of a man's hands. It takes only a few seconds to realize who they belong to and how appropriate that image is. The hands are scarred, the fingers misshapen and the knuckles flattened. They're surprisingly small. "I have my mother's hands," a raspy voice says, turning those hands toward the camera for better inspection. The voice and hands belong to Chris "Knuckles" Nilan, one of the NHL's most feared fighters during an era when enforcers were featured players.
July 23, 2006 | Richard Fausset and Ann M. Simmons, Times Staff Writers
The day before the hurricane struck, Dr. Anna Maria Pou stopped by her 83-year-old widowed mother's house on Fountainbleau Street and urged her to get out of town as soon as possible. "She came here to tell me to get going," Jeanette Pou recalled. "She said she was going to be at the hospital, so don't worry. She said, 'I'll be in touch.' "But we didn't get in touch with her.... She didn't call."
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