August 19, 1987 |
Following are the names of the crew and some passengers who died aboard a Northwest Airlines jet that crashed after takeoff Sunday from Detroit's airport. Northwest on Monday released the names of the crew on Flight 255 and the names of three off-duty employees who were killed aboard the plane. However, the airline has said it will not release a passenger list, and Detroit officials said it would probably be Friday before a list would be available from the county medical examiner.
January 14, 1988 |
Question: An Italian cooking expert I'm not, so when it comes time to top the various pasta dishes I make I'm at a loss. Could you please explain the differences between the sauces used in Italian cooking? For instance, what exactly are the differences between marinara, pesto and regular tomato sauce? Answer: The following is a partial list of pasta sauces excerpted and adapted from "A Pocket Guide to Italian Food and Wine" (A Fireside Book--Simon & Schuster: 1986, $5.
December 9, 1987 |
The names of five crew members and 36 passengers aboard Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 1771, which crashed Monday in San Luis Obispo County, killing 43 people, were released by the airline and other sources. The partial list of those aboard the aircraft includes: Crew Capt. Gregg N. Lindamood, 43, of Julian, Calif. First Officer James Howard Nunn, 48, Upland. Flight attendant Debbie Nissen Neil, 37, San Jose. Flight attendant Debra Watterson Vuylsteke, 32, Redding, Conn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 1996
FORMER OLYMPIANS: Terry Schroeder, Thousand Oaks chiropractor. Played water polo in the 1984, 1988 and 1990 Olympics. He will run today. Thomas McBreen, Ventura doctor. He swam in the 1972 Olympics and was the swim team doctor in the 1984 Olympics. He will run today. Victor Auer of Thousand Oaks. He competed in the rifle-shooting competition in 1972 and 1976. He will run today.
January 20, 1994
Here are names of some of the 47 who died in the quake. Those who died in the collapse of the Northridge Meadows apartment building were: Angeline (Ann) Cerone, 80; Sharon Englar, 58; Phil Englar, 62; Darla Raye Enos, 43; Pil Soon Lee, 46; Hwon Lee, 14; Cecilia Pressman, 72; David Pressman, 72; Bea Reskin, 71; Jaime Reyes, 19; Karol Runnings, 48; Manuel D. Sandoval, 24; Adam Slotnik, 27, and Myrna Velasquez, 18.
November 1, 2006 |
"Babel" Pro: Voters may finally discover artsy director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, thanks to an A-list cast and a timely message about irrational hysteria over terrorism. Con: Older academy members may balk at "Babel's" violence and avant-garde interweaving of four globe-scattered stories. "Blood Diamond" Pro: Slick entertainment with political message. DiCaprio really sparkles. Con: Looks like an action film, so may not be taken seriously.
November 30, 2008 |
Lust, Sloth, Anger, Gluttony, Greed, Envy and Pride drifted frowning through early Christian tradition until the 6th century, when Pope Gregory the Great codified them as the seven deadly sins. They did not of themselves mean damnation -- that depended on how seriously they were practiced -- but they staked out the perilous paths that could lead to it. They also provided artists and writers with material more colorful than theology usually makes available.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 2013 |
SACRAMENTO - Let's welcome the governor back home. It must be sobering. The work has been piling up. The real, difficult work. Actually, it was piling up even before Gov. Jerry Brown departed on a weeklong "trade and investment" mission to China with 90 lobbyists, business execs and pals - who kicked in enough extra money to pay for him and his aides. As I previously wrote, if this was really worth the governor's time and energy - if the state actually did benefit, and it probably did - then the state should have paid for it, not a horde of favor-seeking special interests.