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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1997 | DEBRA CANO
A $15-million Hollywood-style dinner theater, where patrons become stars for the evening, will be built next to Anaheim Stadium. The City Council, in a deal approved Tuesday, will sell 1.25 acres of the 40-acre, city-owned Sportstown site, a proposed entertainment complex, for $1 million to Ogden Entertainment. "I think it's a winner in so many ways," Mayor Tom Daly said, citing added jobs, visitors to the city and entertainment options for the public.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1997 | DEBRA CANO
A $15-million Hollywood-style dinner theater, where patrons become stars for the evening, will be built next to Anaheim Stadium. The City Council, in a deal approved Tuesday, will sell 1.25 acres of the 40-acre, city-owned Sportstown site, a proposed entertainment complex, for $1 million to Ogden Entertainment. "I think it's a winner in so many ways," Mayor Tom Daly said, citing added jobs, visitors to the city and entertainment options for the public.
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 27, 1994 | MIKE BOEHM
After 11 often troublesome and seldom profitable years of promoting pop concerts under the stars at the Pacific Amphitheatre, the Nederlander Organization will try its luck indoors as the newly appointed exclusive concert promoter at the Anaheim Arena. Nederlander and Ogden Entertainment Services, the arena's co-owner and operator, announced the agreement but would not divulge the terms of the contract that they hope will bring 25 pop shows to the arena in 1994.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 27, 1994 | MIKE BOEHM
After 11 often troublesome and seldom profitable years of promoting pop concerts under the stars at the Pacific Amphitheatre, the Nederlander Organization will try its luck indoors as the newly appointed exclusive concert promoter at the Anaheim Arena. Nederlander and Ogden Entertainment Services, the arena's co-owner and operator, announced the agreement but would not divulge the terms of the contract that they hope will bring 25 pop shows to the arena in 1994.
SPORTS
June 17, 1993 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hit hard by a depressed economy, a shrinking number of marquee attractions and the rising success of pay-per-view television, the popularity of live boxing events these days appears to be about as healthy as President Clinton's. Consider events of the last two months: --Madison Square Garden, once a mecca for the sport, recently announced it is temporarily discontinuing its shows.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1992 | MARC LACEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The beefy, blazer-clad doormen at the entrance to the Forum Club see and hear it all--the whining and pleading, the lies and deceit--anything, it seems, for a chance to rub shoulders with the crush of celebrities inside. "I'm Magic's cousin," is one common refrain. "I'm with the band" is another. Some Forum Club hopefuls do not say a word; they simply reach out and try to surreptitiously slip the doorman a bill.
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