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ENTERTAINMENT
July 25, 2012 | By Susan King, Los Angeles Times
Margaret O'Brien  was the reigning child star on the MGM lot in the 1940s. Diminutive and adorable with big brown eyes and the ability to cry at the drop of a hat, she received acclaim at age 5 as an orphan in 1942's "Journey for Margaret" and later received a juvenile Oscar for her performance as the spirited Tootie, the baby sister of Esther (Judy Garland), in Vincente Minnelli's beloved 1944 Technicolor musical "Meet Me in St. Louis. " FOR THE RECORD: Margaret O'Brien: An interview with Margaret O'Brien in the July 25 Calendar section said that the actress makes her home in Westlake.
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SPORTS
January 6, 2012 | By Mark Wogenrich
New England Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien has agreed to become Penn State's coach, according to multiple reports Thursday. ESPN, CBS Sports and the Boston Herald, citing people who spoke on the condition of anonymity, reported that O'Brien, in his fifth season with the Patriots, will become the 15th head football coach in Nittany Lions history. The ESPN report said an announcement could come Saturday. Asked about the reports, a Penn State spokesperson said, "We will comment when we name the new coach.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 24, 2011 | By Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
The title — "Conan O'Brien Can't Stop" — is as much a diagnosis as an ironic understatement in this hyperbolic fugue-documentary that follows the fast and furious comic blur as he burns through some very dark times. Rodman Flender may be the director, but O'Brien is setting the agenda and the breakneck pace. The film unfolds during the legally imposed TV blackout designed to keep O'Brien mostly gagged for about six months in 2010 after his brief gig as host of "The Tonight Show" publicly imploded.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 17, 1991
Eugene L. O'Brien, a musician, arranger and music teacher who began his career during the big-band era, has died at a Panorama City hospital. He was 76. A longtime Burbank resident, O'Brien died Wednesday of heart failure, said his daughter, Judy O'Brien of Santa Maria. Born in Burr Oak, Kan., O'Brien toured the country singing and playing the bass in various orchestras and bands, including the Jimmy Joy Orchestra, the Meadowlarks and The Orin Tucker Band.
NEWS
September 5, 1985
George O'Brien, an athlete turned actor who appeared in 75 films over 40 years, has died in an Oklahoma convalescent home, it was learned today. O'Brien, who was the son of a San Francisco police chief and was the Navy's Pacific Fleet heavyweight boxing champion in World War I, was 86 when he died at Broken Arrow, near Tulsa.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 20, 2006 | From the Associated Press
The assignment for hosting the awards show honoring television's best work is going to NBC's Conan O'Brien. The 43-year-old comedian will host the "58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards" on Aug. 27. The show will air from the Shrine Auditorium on NBC. O'Brien hosted the Emmys in 2002 and did "a tremendous job," Dick Askin, chairman of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, said Friday. "We're thrilled that he's returning."
SPORTS
February 15, 1991
Santa Clara High stayed in-house to fill its football coaching vacancy, naming assistant Tom O'Brien as the replacement for Larry Lawrence, who retired last month, Athletic Director Lou Cvijanovich said Thursday. O'Brien, 35, has coached football at the Oxnard school for nine years, shuttling between the head coaching position on the junior varsity and serving as an assistant for the varsity, where he coached last season.
BUSINESS
January 20, 2010 | By Meg James
Negotiations over Conan O'Brien's departure from NBC stalled Tuesday over the "Tonight Show" host's demands that NBC compensate staff members who will lose their jobs when the show goes off the air. The issue was one of several slowing the negotiations, which were expected to have been finalized earlier in the week. "The Tonight Show" employs about 190 people, including 60 to 70 who followed O'Brien to Los Angeles from New York last year when he switched jobs. NBC paid to relocate 40 to 50 of those staffers, said a person close to show.
SPORTS
January 30, 2011 | Staff and wire reports
Jim O'Brien's future as the Indiana Pacers' coach was in question heading into a four-game trip, and team President Larry Bird didn't get the answers he wanted. Bird fired O'Brien on Sunday after the team squandered a promising start to the season by losing seven of its last eight games. Bird had discussed the team's options with owner Herb Simon , saying he wanted to see how the team performed on a Western swing against the Clippers, Golden State, Portland and Denver.
REAL ESTATE
January 19, 1986
Edna O'Brien will continue as president of the California Los Angeles chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers for the 1986 term. Other officers are Stephen Stoner, first vice president; Lil Chain, second vice president; Daryll De Falla, secretary, and Bruce Garrick, treasurer, with Ross Kerlin and Garry Sandlin as national directors.
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