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November 3, 1999
The Union Rescue Mission and the Pepperdine School of Law announced Tuesday the launch of a clinic that will provide free legal aid to the city's homeless. In a ceremony to inaugurate the Pepperdine Legal Aid Clinic, Union Rescue Mission board member Mablean Ephriam--better known as "Judge Mablean" from the TV show "Divorce Court"--said there "is great need for these services. The clinic is located at the Union Rescue Mission headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.
March 31, 2013 |
Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of March 31 - April 5, 2013 in PDF format This week's TV Movies SERIES Patti LuPone: A YoungArts Masterclass The actress mentors four young musical actors in this new episode. 7:30 p.m. HBO The Voice Blind auditions continue in this new episode. 8 p.m. NBC The Real Housewives of Orange County The unscripted series returns for a new season.
July 12, 1999
Summer--the time for picnics, hot dogs, trashy novels, walks on the beach and an invasion of hundreds of television writers into Pasadena. TV journalists from all over the country will begin gathering this week for the Television Critics Assn. annual press tour, where they will sample new shows premiering this fall, schmooze with celebrities and producers, and store up information for stories about the fall season.
August 30, 1999 |
Order in the court. Who will go home with a disputed mink coat--the soon-to-be-ex-wife or her cross-dressing husband? They both should try it on and see who looks better, ordered Mablean Ephriam, the veteran Los Angeles attorney who presides over a revival of "Divorce Court," debuting on Fox today. Guess who got the coat. "He was in a dress, and he had long, beautiful hair," Ephriam says over coffee near her Silver Lake home. "His nails were freshly manicured. They're better than mine.
September 19, 1999 |
The category: Name something you blow up. The answer: a doctor's rubber glove? "Where would a person get that?" wondered Louie Anderson, talking about one of the contestants on an episode of "Family Feud," which is being revived with the 46-year-old stand-up comedian as host.
July 12, 2006 |
WHEN I WAS young, one of the first things I learned about myself was that I had "good" hair. It was curly and close enough to the texture of a white person's hair to not need pressing, hot-combing, greasing or some other method of straightening that extremely curly black hair -- also known as kinky or "bad" hair -- needed before it could venture out in public. Yet even my hair was not quite good enough.