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April 23, 2004 | Holly Myers, Special to The Times
The dialogue between painting and photography has taken many forms over the last 150 years. At the end of the 19th century, artists like Henry Peach Robertson made photographs that looked like paintings. In the late 20th century, Gerhard Richter made paintings that look like photographs. David Hockney photographs his own paintings, while Elizabeth Peyton (among others) paints from her own photos.
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NEWS
June 28, 2012 | By Rosie Mestel, Los Angeles Times / For the Booster Shots blog
Hospital bills piling up? Can you paint? Draw? Sculpt? Dance? Sing? Act? At Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center in the Bronx, you can whack $40 off your health bill for each hour you spend working on a mural or offering  some other artistic service. (The AP video above tells the story.) Here's more about the program in the hospital's news release and an article in the New York Daily News. Hold up, though: You have to be an uninsured person making a living as an artist to register for the bartering program, called the Lincoln Art Exchange, the press release explains.  Actors, musicians, poets, dancers and writers can all qualify.
SPORTS
November 21, 2012 | By Mike Bresnahan
SACRAMENTO - Strange game for the Lakers. First one in a while. Maybe they were tired from back-to-back games. Maybe they've got a weird issue about winning on the road. Actually, there shouldn't be any excuses. They lost to the lowly Sacramento Kings. Period. PHOTOS: Lakers vs. Kings The team that can barely hang on to its ZIP Code had no problem shipping out the Lakers on Wednesday, 113-97, at Sleep Train Arena. "If we want to go 'Showtime,' they just closed the whole theater on us," Lakers Coach Mike D'Antoni said.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 20, 2013 | By Christopher Knight, Los Angeles Times Art Critic
If you like paint, you'll like "Richard Jackson: Ain't Painting a Pain," the artist's 40-year retrospective exhibition at the Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach. It's awash in the stuff. Thick, brightly colored paint oozes like mortar from between thousands of canvases stacked like bricks into a kind of room-size temple, and it's smeared in rainbows that unfurl across white walls. It's shot from a pellet gun at a big drawing and out of the rear ends of carousel animals toward spinning canvases and sculptures on surrounding walls.
NATIONAL
December 20, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg vetoed New York City Council legislation that would have made more landlords remove lead paint from apartments where children could be poisoned from exposure to the toxic metal. Council Speaker Gifford Miller called the veto a "serious, serious mistake." Bloomberg said the legislation exposed the city and landlords to lawsuits, would be costly to carry out and might result in housing discrimination against families with children.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 1998
I could not believe what I read Oct. 26 ("Volunteers Paint Over Vandalism"). Some of the residents were actually complaining when Cal State Fullerton fraternity members volunteered and painted over graffiti in the Valencia Drive and Lemon Street neighborhood because the paint did not match? These are college students making a difference near the community in which they live. I commend them for taking the time out of their day and supplying the materials with their own money. How dare the residents complain when these people are trying to make their neighborhood look better.
NEWS
May 12, 1996 | PETER H. KING
No one ever said graffiti taggers were smart. Not long ago, in Washington, D.C., they painted the usual gibberish on a stone mansion at 1500 Rhode Island Ave. This is a handsome old palace that has been the home of a secretary of state, a Russian count, Alexander Graham Bell and, since 1940, the National Paint and Coatings Assn. The current occupant is a trade group that lobbies mightily against any and all legislative attempts to restrict the sale of spray paint.
WORLD
November 12, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Police in Vietnam's capital have armed themselves with paintball guns to brand and track robbers and illegal motorbike racers. The guns will be used to pelt thieves and racers with red, yellow and green dyes, said Tran Quoc Hung, administrative head of police in Hanoi. The guns, with a range of 33 feet, will help police track fast-moving riders who could otherwise dart unnoticed into a sea of other bikes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 9, 1989
A dispute over a can of spray paint may have ignited racial tensions and led to a brawl at the Fenner Canyon Youth Conservation Camp, resulting in 10 inmates being treated for injuries at hospitals in the Antelope Valley, authorities said Friday. About 32 inmates--mostly Latinos and Asians--who were involved in the Thursday night melee were transferred Friday to a maximum-security youth training facility in Chino, said Simon Cabrera, assistant superintendent at Fenner.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1997
Raymond Pittman stood on his porch this week and expressed his delight that his 76-year-old blue-gray Spanish-Colonial-style home on West Broadway is among those that volunteers will be painting this weekend. "It's going to be gorgeous," said Pittman, 65, who has owned the home for 20 years. Pittman's home is one of 44 being refurbished today during Paint Your Heart Out Anaheim, a program that upgrades homes for low-income elderly and disabled owners.
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