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February 1, 1993 | DAVID LAMB, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Here are some things you might like to know: California can expect heavy rain and snow the last week of March. Eating chocolate doesn't cause pimples. You can have a star named after you for $40. Leeches may be repugnant, but they've become a valuable source of biological insights in the laboratory.
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November 22, 1995 | LEO W. BANKS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Richard Head doesn't look like a weather wizard, a seer of sun and storms. He has never gazed into a crystal ball, except for a tongue-in-cheek magazine photograph. But this unassuming 76-year-old has millions of devoted followers, some of whom plan the most intimate events of their lives around the predictions he makes in the Old Farmer's Almanac. One devotee recently asked how the weather would be on her wedding day, nearly six months off. He told her to expect showers.
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November 22, 1995 | LEO W. BANKS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Richard Head doesn't look like a weather wizard, a seer of sun and storms. He has never gazed into a crystal ball, except for a tongue-in-cheek magazine photograph. But this unassuming 76-year-old has millions of devoted followers, some of whom plan the most intimate events of their lives around the predictions he makes in the Old Farmer's Almanac. One devotee recently asked how the weather would be on her wedding day, nearly six months off. He told her to expect showers.
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February 1, 1993 | DAVID LAMB, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Here are some things you might like to know: California can expect heavy rain and snow the last week of March. Eating chocolate doesn't cause pimples. You can have a star named after you for $40. Leeches may be repugnant, but they've become a valuable source of biological insights in the laboratory.
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