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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1995
Police arrested a Houston man on suspicion of stalking a little-known television and movie actress, Los Angeles police said Monday. The Houston Police Department contacted the LAPD on July 14 to warn that they had gotten tips that Christopher Bradley Small, 20, who allegedly has written letters to actress Danielle Harris for the past two years, was planning to go to Los Angeles and confront her, authorities said.
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August 1, 1999 | Kevin Phillips, Kevin Phillips, a political historian and commentator, is the author of "The Politics of Rich and Poor." His new book is "The Cousin's War: Religion, Politics and the Triumph of Anglo-America."
The United States is approaching the millennium with a lotus-eating culture and e.commerce that some insist have banished the bad old business downturn. But what if we are actually living in America's first major example of an aging economic cycle on the financial steroids of a "wealth effect?" Then today's tax-cut drum beaters would be wrong about a new plateau of prosperity.
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NEWS
July 4, 1995 | STEVE EMMONS
Is there really such a thing as sexual addiction ? Not in the usual meaning of the word, says Paul R. Abramson, a professor of psychology at UCLA and a prominent author in the field of sexual psychology. "We generally conceive of an addiction as a physiological dependence, which we can attempt to wean an individual of," Abramson says. Viewing sexual excesses as the equivalent of alcohol or drug addiction is wrong, he says. "Primarily, [sexual addiction] is really compulsive behavior.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1995
Police arrested a Houston man on suspicion of stalking a little-known television and movie actress, Los Angeles police said Monday. The Houston Police Department contacted the LAPD on July 14 to warn that they had gotten tips that Christopher Bradley Small, 20, who allegedly has written letters to actress Danielle Harris for the past two years, was planning to go to Los Angeles and confront her, authorities said.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 28, 1988 | DENISE HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
Pottery curator Jeffrey Herr recalls the first piece of art pottery he ever owned. It was an oval, "Persian rose" colored bowl with scalloped edges that his grandparents bought for about 50 cents in the 1930s on their way through Colorado Springs, Colo. From that fortuitous encounter came a lifelong interest first in art pottery and, more recently, with the California manifestations of that craft.
OPINION
August 1, 1999 | Kevin Phillips, Kevin Phillips, a political historian and commentator, is the author of "The Politics of Rich and Poor." His new book is "The Cousin's War: Religion, Politics and the Triumph of Anglo-America."
The United States is approaching the millennium with a lotus-eating culture and e.commerce that some insist have banished the bad old business downturn. But what if we are actually living in America's first major example of an aging economic cycle on the financial steroids of a "wealth effect?" Then today's tax-cut drum beaters would be wrong about a new plateau of prosperity.
NEWS
July 4, 1995 | STEVE EMMONS
Is there really such a thing as sexual addiction ? Not in the usual meaning of the word, says Paul R. Abramson, a professor of psychology at UCLA and a prominent author in the field of sexual psychology. "We generally conceive of an addiction as a physiological dependence, which we can attempt to wean an individual of," Abramson says. Viewing sexual excesses as the equivalent of alcohol or drug addiction is wrong, he says. "Primarily, [sexual addiction] is really compulsive behavior.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 28, 1988 | DENISE HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
Pottery curator Jeffrey Herr recalls the first piece of art pottery he ever owned. It was an oval, "Persian rose" colored bowl with scalloped edges that his grandparents bought for about 50 cents in the 1930s on their way through Colorado Springs, Colo. From that fortuitous encounter came a lifelong interest first in art pottery and, more recently, with the California manifestations of that craft.
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