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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1998 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
Calabasas Hills residents have found that enclosing their community behind security gates is causing problems, especially since the neighborhood is near a hub of activity for many other local families. When the guarded gates were erected on Paseo Primario last month, some parents of Bay Laurel Elementary School students complained about not being able to park their cars on the street above the campus and walk their children to the school. Now, some members of the Calabasas Park Homeowners Assn.
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 18, 1989 | MARTIN ZIMMERMAN
Sometimes the best story is the one simply told. Case in point: "Baka: People of the Forest," an hourlong "National Geographic" special airing tonight at 8 on Channels 28, 15 and 24, and at 9 on Channel 50. "Baka" is a straightforward look at the lives of a small group of pygmies in southeastern Cameroon and, in this case, straightforward does not mean dull: "Baka" is an understated, captivating study of another culture.
NEWS
May 20, 1990
Michael Harrison, a U.S. history teacher and baseball and football coach at John Muir High School in Pasadena, has been named Teacher of the Year by the Foothill Private Industry Council, a West San Gabriel Valley job placement organization. Harrison runs the literacy portion of the organization's Summer Youth Employment and Training Program. He was honored Friday at the 1990 Outstanding Employer Awards Luncheon for helping to improve retention rates among at-risk youths.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 2001 | ANNETTE KONDO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Calabasas City Council members said Thursday they were still trying to understand why Mayor Janice Lee had abruptly resigned from the panel during a meeting the night before. The council had just tackled its first agenda item Wednesday when an agitated Lee announced she was quitting and stormed out the door. "It was a shock the way she did it," Councilwoman Lesley Devine said. "One big explosion no one expected." Lee, who could not be reached for comment, won her council seat in March 1999.
NEWS
May 3, 1991 | From Associated Press
Discovery's astronauts aimed a "Star Wars" research satellite at rocket fuel spewed in space Thursday, then snagged the craft and tucked it back into the shuttle's cargo bay. The seven astronauts quickly closed in on the satellite after the fuel observation. Minutes later, they used the ship's 50-foot mechanical arm to grab the probe. "We've got it!" shuttle commander Michael Coats shouted.
SPORTS
October 8, 2010 | Wire reports
Brandon Weeden threw five touchdown passes, three of which ignited a second-half rally that boosted No. 22 Oklahoma State to a 54-28 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette on Friday night at Lafayette, La. Weeden hit Michael Harrison for a 24-yard score and Hubert Anylam for a 22-yard touchdown in the first nine minutes of the third quarter as the Cowboys (5-0), after trailing, 21-17, at halftime, scored 24 points in the third quarter to take the lead for good. Weeden was 29 for 47 for 351 yards, while Justin Blackmon had a career-high 13 catches for 190 yards and two touchdowns and Kendall Hunter rushed for 126 yards and one touchdown for the Cowboys.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 8, 2005 | Larry McShane, Associated Press
The music swelled, sounding the familiar first notes of the vintage charity hit "We Are the World." Then the lyrics kicked in -- a torrent of bad taste, ethnic slurs and cruel insults about the killer south Asia tsunami. The parody, aired during morning drive time on New York radio's WQHT-FM, lasted three short minutes.
NATIONAL
April 13, 2007 | Martin Miller and Meg James, Times Staff Writers
In the last 18 months, CBS Radio has lost two of the most influential, provocative and lucrative talk show hosts in radio history. And with them, loads of money and profit. First, Howard Stern defected to satellite radio in December 2005. The shock jock's departure cost CBS an estimated $100 million in annual revenue and was a major reason behind the company's 7% drop in sales in 2006.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 10, 2013 | By Mike Boehm and David Ng, Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art has appointed three new trustees, including Bruce Karatz, the former chief executive of KB Homes who was convicted three years ago on four felony counts of failing to disclose the backdating of stock options. Also joining the board are prominent investor Stanley Gold and Beverly Hills attorney and art collector Orna Amir Wolens, who has been a member of the Hammer Museum's Hammer Circle support group. MOCA's announcement Wednesday that Karatz, Gold and Wolens had been elected to the board follows museum leaders' recent decision to remain independent rather than accept an offer from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to absorb MOCA.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 22, 2002 | MANUEL GAMIZ JR., TIMES STAFF WRITER
A month after moving into her new Calabasas home, Carolyn Scharg stood before the city's tree board, facing as much as $40,000 in mitigation fees. Her offense: cutting a few branches off an oak tree without a permit. Scharg argued before the board that she was unaware of the city ordinance that requires a permit to cut or remove any indigenous oak in Calabasas. She said she never saw warning signs and cut the branches only to protect the roof of her new home.
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