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May 27, 1988 | Clipboard researched by Susan Greene, Henry Rivero and Deborrah Wilkinson / Los Angeles Times; Page designed by Steven Nelson / Los Angeles Times
There are an average of 1.5 movie theaters, 5.3 movie screens and 3,135 seats for every city and unincorporated community in Orange County. Based on the county's approximate 2.4 million population, there are 42,240 people for each theater, 12,102 people for each screen and 20 people for each seat. Orange County has one of the strongest movie markets in the country. According to the Motion Picture Assn. of America, the Anaheim/Santa Ana/Garden Grove area alone accounts for 1.
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February 14, 2005 | Stuart Pfeifer, Times Staff Writer
Health and nutrition company Nikken spared few expenses when it built its $33.8-million headquarters in Irvine in 1999. The 213,000-square-foot structure was a testament to the high-flying days of a booming economy and included a three-story, curved rotunda made of glass and aluminum. The building provided Nikken with a comfortable, stylish place in which to do business, plus an unexpected perk: It soon became a favorite filming location for Hollywood studios.
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ENTERTAINMENT
December 27, 1989
Because of the Christmas holiday, the weekly box-office report for Orange County movie theaters will be printed one day late, in Thursday's Calendar.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 2002 | STEVE HARVEY
Here's one criticism of television news I've never heard. A Sherman Oaks resident complained to the media Web site http://ronfineman.com that a local reporter blinks her eyes "upwards of 30-45 [times] per minute." He said that's about four times the average. I dunno. It's the constant eyebrow raisers that really bother me. Law daze: Barbara Albert sent along a snapshot taken at the rear entrance to the L.A.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 6, 2001
Orange County movie listings now appear in a comprehensive weekly guide every Thursday in Calendar Weekend. As always, movie times and locations are available daily at http://www.calendarlive.com/movies and in Calendar section advertisements.
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January 1, 1994 | RENE LYNCH and TAMMERLIN DRUMMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The controversy surrounding the Christmas Day shooting death of Orange County Sheriff's Deputy Darryn Leroy Robins was momentarily forgotten Friday during a funeral service that celebrated him as an outstanding lawman, a fun-loving prankster and a dedicated husband and father. More than 1,200 law enforcement officials in full dress uniform, friends and family members gathered for a wrenching, two-hour eulogy at First Church of God in Inglewood to honor the 30-year-old deputy from Torrance.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 2002 | STEVE HARVEY
Here's one criticism of television news I've never heard. A Sherman Oaks resident complained to the media Web site http://ronfineman.com that a local reporter blinks her eyes "upwards of 30-45 [times] per minute." He said that's about four times the average. I dunno. It's the constant eyebrow raisers that really bother me. Law daze: Barbara Albert sent along a snapshot taken at the rear entrance to the L.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1999 | STEVE HARVEY
Bill Nesbitt told Don Barrett's laradio.com Web site that he recently received a random call from an Arbitron rep who asked him his favorite radio station. Nesbitt told her KLAC-AM (570). After all, he's a disc jockey there. In fact, Nesbitt was in the middle of his shift when the Arbitron rep phoned. * FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The passing of the fifth anniversary of Orange County's bankruptcy declaration brought to mind a flier that Merrill Lynch sent out a few years ago (see accompanying).
ENTERTAINMENT
October 6, 2001
Orange County movie listings now appear in a comprehensive weekly guide every Thursday in Calendar Weekend. As always, movie times and locations are available daily at http://www.calendarlive.com/movies and in Calendar section advertisements.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1999 | STEVE HARVEY
Bill Nesbitt told Don Barrett's laradio.com Web site that he recently received a random call from an Arbitron rep who asked him his favorite radio station. Nesbitt told her KLAC-AM (570). After all, he's a disc jockey there. In fact, Nesbitt was in the middle of his shift when the Arbitron rep phoned. * FOOD FOR THOUGHT: The passing of the fifth anniversary of Orange County's bankruptcy declaration brought to mind a flier that Merrill Lynch sent out a few years ago (see accompanying).
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1999 | SUSAN MCCORMACK
Can watching a blockbuster movie help with spiritual growth? A program starting this Saturday at the Center for Spiritual Development in Orange aims to help participants find personal insight in pop culture. Staff from the center, which is a nonprofit retreat center owned and operated by the Sisters of St. Joseph, will lead discussion groups after viewings of three films. This Saturday, participants will watch "Contact," starring Jodie Foster. On Oct.
NEWS
January 1, 1994 | RENE LYNCH and TAMMERLIN DRUMMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The controversy surrounding the Christmas Day shooting death of Orange County Sheriff's Deputy Darryn Leroy Robins was momentarily forgotten Friday during a funeral service that celebrated him as an outstanding lawman, a fun-loving prankster and a dedicated husband and father. More than 1,200 law enforcement officials in full dress uniform, friends and family members gathered for a wrenching, two-hour eulogy at First Church of God in Inglewood to honor the 30-year-old deputy from Torrance.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1999 | SUSAN MCCORMACK
Can watching a blockbuster movie help with spiritual growth? A program starting this Saturday at the Center for Spiritual Development in Orange aims to help participants find personal insight in pop culture. Staff from the center, which is a nonprofit retreat center owned and operated by the Sisters of St. Joseph, will lead discussion groups after viewings of three films. This Saturday, participants will watch "Contact," starring Jodie Foster. On Oct.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 2005 | Stuart Pfeifer, Times Staff Writer
Health and nutrition company Nikken spared few expenses when it built its $33.8-million headquarters in Irvine in 1999. The 213,000-square-foot structure was a testament to the high-flying days of a booming economy and included a three-story, curved rotunda made of glass and aluminum. The building provided Nikken with a comfortable, stylish place in which to do business, plus an unexpected perk: It soon became a favorite filming location for Hollywood studios.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 27, 1989
Because of the Christmas holiday, the weekly box-office report for Orange County movie theaters will be printed one day late, in Thursday's Calendar.
NEWS
May 27, 1988 | Clipboard researched by Susan Greene, Henry Rivero and Deborrah Wilkinson / Los Angeles Times; Page designed by Steven Nelson / Los Angeles Times
There are an average of 1.5 movie theaters, 5.3 movie screens and 3,135 seats for every city and unincorporated community in Orange County. Based on the county's approximate 2.4 million population, there are 42,240 people for each theater, 12,102 people for each screen and 20 people for each seat. Orange County has one of the strongest movie markets in the country. According to the Motion Picture Assn. of America, the Anaheim/Santa Ana/Garden Grove area alone accounts for 1.
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