December 29, 1997 |
Two men delivering the New York Times were killed early Sunday when their car was broadsided at an intersection by a suspected drunk driver who earlier had evaded a California Highway Patrol cruiser, police said. Killed instantly in the 1:40 a.m. crash were William R. Hagerman, 58, of Irvine and his passenger Tan Van Nguyen, 52, of Westminster, authorities said. Hagerman on Saturday had celebrated his 35th wedding anniversary.
September 7, 1999
Art * "Pushing Paint," paintings by Leslie Wayne, Jane Dickson, Donald Moffett, Ken Kelly, James Richards, Joseph Lee and others, and "Contained: Fiction/Reality," books and boxes by Tari Brand and Connie Sasso, open at Chapman University's Guggenheim Gallery, 333 N. Glassell St., Orange. Noon-5 p.m. today. Free. Both will continue through Oct. 8. (714) 997-6729.
April 1, 1997 |
Four years ago Patricia Hagerman of Irvine got to thinking seriously about ironing--but not her clothes. Rather, Hagerman began exploring attitudes about ironing through her art after spotting a stack of old ironing boards in a Santa Ana salvage yard. "They were so beat up," she says. "They reminded me of women who'd been dumped and discarded." Hagerman rescued them, turning the boards into artwork that would serve as a springboard for social commentary.
HOME & GARDEN
October 4, 1997 |
How do you combine art, artifacts and furniture in various colors and textures and still have a homogeneous look? After all, eclectic is good, garage sale is not. Bill Murray and Tommy Chambers, an interior design and architect team, embrace the challenge of combining sometimes disparate items to make a beautiful space.