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April 15, 2008 | Nancy Keegan, Today's winning entry was written by and Los Angeles
Where we left off: The bullets have started flying at Congressman Falco's Beverly Hills home. Two thugs are down, and a retired FBI agent has a shoulder full of lead. Meanwhile, inside are two guns and four players, each with his or her own agenda. Oh, and we've got a congressman's wife in possession of a sawed-off shotgun. With Palmieri heading north from Cabo, and Hans and Carmen circling somewhere offstage, things are almost certain to get even wilder. -- Palmieri was punching numbers into his cellphone even before he got off his plane at LAX. He hated being out of touch.
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April 7, 2014 | By Lance Pugmire
VANCOUVER, Canada - It was a bold stroke by Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau, putting 20-year-old John Gibson in goal for his NHL debut Monday night with a division title in the balance. Sixty complete minutes of hockey later by Gibson and his teammates, Boudreau's move looked like his most brilliant of the season as the Ducks defeated the Vancouver Canucks, 3-0, at Rogers Arena. Gibson, with 18 saves, became the youngest goalie since Daren Puppa 29 years ago to post a shutout in his NHL debut, as a Ducks' defense Boudreau referred to as "spotty" during Monday's morning skate rose up to protect the youngster with 22 blocked shots.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 23, 2008 | Mike Gibson, Ventura
Where we left off: Ladies and gentlemen, hold on to your hats. With just a few days left to wrap all this up, we are picking up speed. Carmen has evaded her would-be killer -- at least for the moment -- and is heading to meet our favorite columnist at Dodger Stadium. Meanwhile, Palmieri, Bonner and who knows how many federal agents are also hoping to join the party. -- Palmieri hated waiting for people. Especially when the person keeping him waiting was a low-class stripper he suspected was playing him for a fool.
SPORTS
March 5, 2014 | By Lance Pugmire
Kyle Palmieri didn't get the bounce he needed in the Ducks' 4-3 shootout loss to the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night, but the vote of confidence he and the Ducks received earlier in the afternoon could prove to have more impact. Palmieri, the Ducks forward whose name circulated in trade rumors throughout the week, wasn't offered in any trade-deadline negotiations Wednesday as General Manager Bob Murray failed to acquire a major NHL player for whom many speculated he was angling.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 2008 | Nick Boone, Agoura Hills
BIRDS OF PARADISE a novel collaboration -- Where we left off: What's on the coveted flash drive? That's been the $64,000 question from Day One, as a TV producer, a congressman and a pole dancer lead a cast of characters on a wild and mysterious chase across Southern California. Well, today's installment clears up a bit of the confusion, and makes one wonder if the venue might soon change from Beverly Hills to the glittering, desert city of sin, where the real-life mayor happens to be a former mob attorney.
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April 25, 2008 | Karen Dale, Corona del Mar
BIRDS OF PARADISE a novel collaboration -- Where we left off: A party of four gathers in the Stadium Club at Dodger Stadium while feds listen in. Meanwhile, we still have that crew in Beverly Hills and a roaming hit man. And if everything's not wrapped up today, don't worry. Steve Lopez will be writing a final chapter for Sunday's paper, and the crazy tale will be read aloud by its authors at the L.A. Times Festival of Books at 3 p.m. Sunday. -- 'Almost gotcha, loser," Ernesto said out loud, smiling as he listened to the conversation Bonner's wire was picking up. "C'mon, say it, man. Say it. " At the bar, one agent filled Lopez in and told him to keep quiet while the other listened for the go-ahead in his earpiece.
BUSINESS
January 23, 1985
The odds are slim that the Cincinnati-based firm, which went from rapid growth into bankruptcy reorganization in September, 1983, can survive as a corporate entity, Victor Palmieri said. Palmieri, chairman of the Cincinnati-based firm, made his comments after a U.S. Bankruptcy Court status hearing.
NEWS
September 14, 1988
Charlie Palmieri, in his early 60s, a popular salsa pianist who as a band leader helped create new forms of Latin jazz. Born in Puerto Rico and reared in the Bronx, Palmieri played with Latin dance orchestras and hotel bands, including those led by Tito Puente and Mongo Santamaria. In the 1950s he led various groups, and in 1959 introduced the band Charanga Duboney, a group that was extremely popular and influential in New York.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 4, 1997 | ERNESTO LECHNER
When Eddie Palmieri blended steamy salsa songs with experimental Latin jazz more than two decades ago, many critics and Afro Cuban music fans lauded his work as far ahead of his time. And they were right. It's been 20 years or more, and the music has matured beautifully.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 1999
Hank Palmieri, 43, who created National Geographic's feature film division. A member of the New York Explorer's Club and the Royal Geographic Society, Palmieri was a natural to bring drama to the documentaries and nature films of the historic magazine. Educated at London's School of Architecture, he pursued a career as a Los Angeles architect before becoming a production executive at Vista Films.
SPORTS
March 5, 2014 | By Lance Pugmire
The fortune of Kyle Palmieri teetered before the noon hour Wednesday. Earlier in the day, he practiced with the Ducks' first line, which Wednesday night will include stars Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf. But he was also believed to be a leading topic of trade talks as the Ducks conversed with the Vancouver Canucks about center Ryan Kesler and were also believed to be positioned to acquire either Buffalo forward Matt Moulson or New York Islanders wing Thomas Vanek. “I haven't received word either way, so I'm just focused on tonight's game, going in with a positive mindset,” Palmieri said more than an hour before the deadline.
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October 11, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
What looked like a troubling turn of misfortune among Ducks forwards Thursday night transformed into a sigh of relief Friday morning. Centers Nick Bonino and Mathieu Perreault, who left Thursday's 6-0 victory over the New York Rangers early because of lower body injuries, returned to skate at Friday's practice. Also Friday, forward Kyle Palmieri returned to practice after getting hit in the head on the road and missing Thursday's game. Perreault, who has two goals, left Thursday's game first after getting bumped in the head.
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September 28, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
In a debate over which Ducks player has the greatest upside this season, the answer is not a given. Center Nick Bonino could be the guy after a fluke in-season injury shortened a strong start last year. Maybe it's Long Beach's Emerson Etem , who scored three playoff goals at age 21, or new acquisition, wing Jakob Silfverberg , even though both start the season with nagging injuries. Right wing Kyle Palmieri might be the safest choice, given his breakaway speed that contributed to a 10-goal, 11-assist performance in 42 games last season.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 7, 2013 | By Sheri Linden
If ever a documentary topic lent itself to the facts-figures-and-outrage approach, it's Big Pharma's pervasiveness in modern medicine. Instead of taking the obvious route, the new film "Off Label" adopts an elliptical strategy that proves as effective as it is unexpected. Directors Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher have interwoven portraits of eight Americans whose lives revolve, in various ways, around prescription drugs. From the lyrical to the harrowing, their stories make for an unsettling composite view.
SPORTS
July 26, 2013 | Staff and wire reports
The Ducks on Friday signed promising forward Kyle Palmieri to a three-year contract extension valued at $4.4 million, the team said Friday. Palmieri will earn $1.35 million in the coming season, $1.45 million in 2014-15 and $1.6 million in 2015-16, according to a hockey official familiar with the contract but not authorized to speak publicly on the matter. The 22-year-old opened the season on the Ducks' first line with Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry, but was later slotted with other teammates as Coach Bruce Boudreau worked to maximize Palmieri's speed and shot accuracy.
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February 28, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
What appeared to be a stroke of genius was downplayed by Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau . Boudreau started the season with 22-year-old Kyle Palmieri on the Ducks' first line with high-scoring stars Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf , but Palmieri's quiet start (one goal through five games) and the emergence of Daniel Winnik persuaded the coach to tinker. He'd adjust even more, trying Andrew Cogliano and Matt Beleskey in the Perry-Getzlaf line. Wednesday, Boudreau reinserted Palmieri on the top line, and Palmieri responded with the sixth natural hat trick in team history — three consecutive goals — in the Ducks' 5-1 rout of Nashville.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 6, 1996 | BILL KOHLHAASE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Pianist Eddie Palmieri's octet has become the Afro-Caribbean equivalent of the late Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers, serving to introduce the public to young, emerging musicians. Friday's appearance of Palmieri's ensemble at the Veterans Wadsworth Theater proved to be a showcase for Palmieri's three-man percussion section as they pounded out a variety of tight dance rhythms and, in the case of conga player Richie Flores and bongo player Paoli Meijia, technically impressive, rhythmically rich solos.
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September 21, 1999 | DON HECKMAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Maybe it was the balmy weather or the fact that the second day of Latin Jazz Festival '99 didn't have to compete, as the opening night did, with the De La Hoya-Trinidad boxing match. Whatever the cause, Sunday afternoon at the California Plaza Watercourt drew a capacity crowd for what was surely one of the finest performances of Latin jazz-oriented music in a very long time.
SPORTS
February 27, 2013 | By Lance Pugmire
Kyle Palmieri withheld some glee for the sake of professionalism, but a look of joy and amazement crossed the Ducks winger's face Wednesday. Just 1 minute 7 seconds into the second period, Palmieri, 22, already had a natural hat trick in the bank - the sixth time in club history that a player had scored three consecutive goals in a game. "I couldn't believe it at first I wasn't sure it went in, but it was an awesome feeling," Palmieri said. All three goals came on direct assists from teammate Corey Perry, who flashed a wide smile at Palmieri, nodding back his too-good-to-be-true glance.
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February 2, 2013 | By Lisa Dillman, Los Angeles Times
Teemu, the facilitator? Teemu Selanne, with so many skills at his disposal, turned playmaker Friday night with a deft and dazzling performance at Honda Center. Selanne's three assists sparked the Ducks to a 3-1 victory against the Minnesota Wild. The newly formed combination — which had Bobby Ryan centering Kyle Palmieri and Selanne — was responsible for eight points. Ryan Getzlaf had the other, an assist on Ryan's power-play goal late in the third period. It was Selanne's first three-assist game in nearly two years.
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