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July 14, 1988
Champion Kenny (Machine Gun) Mitchell of Houston stopped Joe Contreras of Dallas at the end of the eighth round in their scheduled 12-round U.S. Boxing Assn. bantamweight championship fight Wednesday night at the Forum.
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April 21, 2014 | By Lisa Boone
Considering Mitchell Gold's and Bob Williams' affinity for traditional-modern hybrid designs -- a Scandinavian-style Windsor chair from their spring collection features Tibetan fur cushions -- their new location in Beverly Hills, not far from modern showrooms in West Hollywood, and around the corner from Crate & Barrel and Pottery Barn, seems well situated. Gold said the new Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams showroom is about three times the size of the former studio on Third Street in Los Angeles . "We are expanding our retail stores throughout the country," he said.
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SPORTS
September 18, 1997 | PETER YOON
Drum heads. When he's not playing tight end, the 6-foot, 185-pound senior plays drums, sings backup vocals and writes lyrics for three bands. He pounds out solos for Interfere, a heavy metal band; plays fills for Meadows, a soft rock band; and whacks out rim shots for The Circuit, a classic rock band. All three groups play original music and while they usually play at parties and dances, Meadows played to good-sized crowds at The Whiskey and The Roxy on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 7, 2014 | By Carolyn Kellogg
British writer David Mitchell's next novel will be "The Bone Clocks," publishing on Sept. 9, 2014, his publisher Random House told the L.A. Times on Monday. The announcement includes new details about "The Bone Clocks" as well as news of a three-book deal with Mitchell, a two-time Booker Prize finalist. "The Bone Clocks" will be, Random House writes, "a stunning epic that follows Holly Sykes, who runs away from her home in Southwest England in 1984 and 60 years later is raising her granddaughter on the coast of Ireland, as almost everything about her world has changed forever.
SPORTS
January 1, 2012 | Lisa Dillman
When Willie Mitchell suffered a concussion almost two years ago, getting back to hockey became secondary to living a normal life. "It's tough. You can't do anything. You can't read. You can't drive your car. It hurts," said Mitchell, the Kings defenseman who was then with the Vancouver Canucks. "Living in pain, it's almost like, I always say, it's like a snippet into a terminal illness, so to speak. It gives you a little snippet because not only physically it bothers you. But it's also the emotional aspect of it, as well as that.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 2013 | By Bob Pool, Los Angeles Times
Superior Court Judge Craig Mitchell has certainly gone the distance for his friends on Los Angeles' skid row. On Sunday he'll go another 26.2 miles as he leads members of the Midnight Mission Running Club during the Los Angeles Marathon. For much of the last year, Mitchell has spent portions of Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays conditioning mission residents for the competition, which starts at 7:28 a.m. at Dodger Stadium and ends in Santa Monica. Nine members of the club have signed up to participate in the marathon, with Mitchell paying the $175 entry fee for each.
WORLD
March 19, 2010 | By Paul Richter
The Obama administration said Thursday that its Middle East peace envoy is headed to the region this weekend to resume consultations, a visit that had been postponed earlier in the week over a diplomatic dispute with Israel. The news of the trip by envoy George J. Mitchell indicated possible progress in talks between U.S. and Israeli officials after a conflict over Israel's announcement last week of a new housing project in disputed East Jerusalem as Vice President Joe Biden was visiting the country to promote peace talks with Palestinians.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 9, 2011 | By Carolyn Kellogg, Los Angeles Times
The Marriage Plot A Novel Jeffrey Eugenides Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 406 pp., $28 For a while there, it looked like the novel was a goner. This was after the French theorist invasion, when the ideas of Lacan and Derrida caught fire with American academics, turning the study of English inside out. Language was slippery, its meaning elusive, narrative old-fashioned, they said; the straightforward march of an imagined story across a page was a sham. In the early 1980s, Charles Dickens was out; Donald Barthelme was in. This is the world in which Madeleine wakes up, hungover, on her graduation day in Jeffrey Eugenides' new novel, "The Marriage Plot.
NEWS
January 10, 1985
Former City Councilman Walter Mitchell Jr., convicted in 1983 of corruption charges stemming from his role in winning council approval for a condominium conversion project, began serving his sentence this week in a federal prison in Texas. Prison officials said that Mitchell, 37, will spend six months in La Tuna Federal Correctional Institution, a medium-security institution near El Paso.
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September 25, 1985 | LARRY GORDON, Times Staff Writer
What causes wars, and what causes fightings among you? Is it not your passions that are at war in your members? The Epistle of James, 3:16-4:6 When that Epistle was read at St. Athanasius Episcopal Church in Echo Park on Sunday, many parishioners felt the shock of recognition. There is, after all, a war raging in the parish. The war centers around whether or not the Rev. Ian Mitchell should remain as rector of what is the oldest Protestant congregation in Los Angeles.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 20, 2014 | By Inkoo Kang
Arriving less than a week after the high-profile death of Pentecostal pastor and reality-show star Jamie Coots by snakebite, the religious thriller "Holy Ghost People" is well poised to exploit fears of an already misunderstood spiritual minority. "Holy Ghost People" takes its name from a 1967 documentary by Peter Adair that captures the soul of a politically progressive West Virginia congregation that handles snakes and speaks in tongues. Director Mitchell Altieri's disappointing feature makes nasty beasts of the very people Adair strived to humanize, portraying them as violent, intolerant hicks straight out of central casting.
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January 17, 2014 | Helene Elliott
DETROIT - Defenseman Jake Muzzin's emotions swung quickly Thursday from exhilaration to exasperation. The 24-year-old scored the Kings' first goal against St. Louis - his first point in 15 games - but was responsible for the Blues' equalizer after his shot on goal was blocked and turned into a breakaway for T.J. Oshie. Muzzin impeded Oshie, who was awarded a penalty shot and scored. "Stuff's going to happen. There's no sense dwelling on it or letting it affect the rest of your game," he said Friday after the Kings practiced at Joe Louis Arena.
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December 27, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
It is not a 100% return to health - not that any NHL team is ever completely without issues - but the Kings are inching toward that elusive goal. On hand Friday in practice for Saturday's game at Nashville were defenseman Willie Mitchell and goalie Jonathan Quick . It is the first trip Quick has taken with his teammates since he suffered a strained groin at Buffalo on Nov. 12. Mitchell suffered an upper-body injury at Ottawa on the Kings' last trip. Quick's presence is a definite sign of progress, considering Coach Darryl Sutter had indicated recently he did not think Quick would make this trip.
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December 15, 2013 | By Helene Elliott
CHICAGO -- Defenseman Willie Mitchell won't play for the Kings on Sunday against the defending Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks. Coach Darryl Sutter said Mitchell is sick and stayed at the team's hotel here instead of coming to the rink for the finale of this four-game trip. “Afternoon games are hard on those old guys,” Sutter said, jokingly. Defenseman Matt Greene, activated last week after he recovered from an upper-body injury, was poised to replace Mitchell and play for the first time since Nov. 2 Mitchell had suffered an apparent upper-body injury in the first period of the Kings' 5-2 victory at Ottawa on Saturday but returned for the second period before skipping the third.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 2013
Bill Porter Salesman with cerebral palsy was subject of TV Bill Porter, 81, a former door-to-door salesman with cerebral palsy who was portrayed by William H. Macy in an Emmy-winning TV movie, died Dec. 4 at a hospital in Gresham, Ore. The cause was an infection, Shelly Brady, a friend and longtime assistant, told KATU-TV. Determined to make his way through life independently despite his physical challenges, Porter spent decades trudging through Portland neighborhoods selling J.R. Watkins skin care creams and other products.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 6, 2013 | By Rober Abele
Early on in writer-director Jessie McCormack's "Expecting" - about female friendship, marriage and pregnancy - there's an unhurried, amiable but tension-filled vibe that suggests Nicole Holofcener's perceptive comedies. Lizzie (Radha Mitchell) wants a baby, her husband, Peter (John Dore), might not, but they accept an offer from Lizzie's caustic kook of a best friend, Andie (Michelle Monaghan) - pregnant after a one-night stand - to hand over Andie's child to them when born. The movie's early promise fades, however, as an Apatowian crassness descends upon the comic situations, churlishness gets mistaken for rawness, and sweetness starts to feel manipulative instead of natural.
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February 21, 1987 | JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, Times Staff Writer
A school bus driver abducted 10 Santa Ana elementary schoolchildren Friday afternoon and held them about 1 1/2 hours before delivering them to their homes unharmed, police said. "He took them to Santiago Park, where he threatened to blow them up," said Santa Ana Police Lt. Mike Mitchell. "He was not armed . . . . There were no injuries." Booked at the Orange County Jail on suspicion of kidnaping was Ignacio Granados, 21, of Santa Ana, Mitchell said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1986 | Barry S. Surman
Six suspects were in custody Friday after local narcotics officers and federal agents seized an estimated $1 million worth of cocaine during an undercover drug purchase in Santa Ana. Investigators kept the six men, all residents of Los Angeles and Riverside counties, under surveillance for more than two weeks before they met them Thursday afternoon to buy the drugs, said Lt. Mike Mitchell, watch commander for the Santa Ana Police Department.
SPORTS
December 1, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman
Little by little, the Kings are starting to adopt some of the speech patterns of a certain Canadian. Some, but not all of Coach Darryl Sutter's favorite sayings. "Park it and move on, right? As Darryl says," Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell said Sunday morning. "Park and ride, right? I think he said it best is that we've done that since he's been here with games we've won. And I think you've got to do that with games you lose. " After their performance in a 2-1 loss to Calgary on Saturday, the Kings will have to park and ride with uncommon speed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 2013 | By Patrick McGreevy
SACRAMENTO - The musical chairs in California's Legislature continues when voters in a Los Angeles-area Assembly district go to the polls Tuesday in a special election to fill a vacant seat. One of the three candidates in the contest - all Democrats - is Sebastian Ridley-Thomas, who is hoping to follow in the footsteps of his father, Mark Ridley-Thomas, who served in the Legislature before being elected to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. The other candidates are former Culver City Mayor Christopher R. Armenta and John Jake, a real estate broker who is president of the Olympic Park Neighborhood Council.
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