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November 18, 1990 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Is the caller there? The lines are jammed at KFYI, an all-talk radio station here. Callers from around the state are waiting in an electronic line to talk to show host Bob Mohan. And Mohan has no doubt as to today's topic. It's the same thing callers have been talking about since the election Nov. 6. Dave from Glendale: "How dare anybody ask me, when I'm done voting, to justify my vote, to prove it.
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March 20, 1991 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At the end of a long day of debating, and a few arguments, Pasadena was voted the 1993 Super Bowl at the NFL convention Tuesday night after a successful presentation by the 15-person Los Angeles-area delegation headed by Mayor Tom Bradley. "I'm ecstatic," Bradley said after his city eliminated San Diego on the second ballot. "This was a joint effort by many people representing Pasadena, Anaheim and other (Southern California) cities who worked hard and effectively."
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SPORTS
March 19, 1991 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Commissioner Paul Tagliabue has recommended a California site for the 1993 Super Bowl and drew a distinction between two ongoing civil rights controversies in Los Angeles and Phoenix. Tagliabue, reporting to the NFL's club owners Monday, says he favors taking the game out of Phoenix because Arizona "has become a national civil rights battleground" after its citizens voted against an annual Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. "I don't see that emerging in Los Angeles," he said.
SPORTS
March 20, 1991 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At the end of a long day of debating, and a few arguments, Pasadena was voted the 1993 Super Bowl at the NFL convention Tuesday night after a successful presentation by the 15-person Los Angeles-area delegation headed by Mayor Tom Bradley. "I'm ecstatic," Bradley said after his city eliminated San Diego on the second ballot. "This was a joint effort by many people representing Pasadena, Anaheim and other (Southern California) cities who worked hard and effectively."
SPORTS
March 19, 1991 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Commissioner Paul Tagliabue has recommended a California site for the 1993 Super Bowl and drew a distinction between two ongoing civil rights controversies in Los Angeles and Phoenix. Tagliabue, reporting to the NFL's club owners Monday, says he favors taking the game out of Phoenix because Arizona "has become a national civil rights battleground" after its citizens voted against an annual Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. "I don't see that emerging in Los Angeles," he said.
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September 12, 1990 | LAURA LAUGHLIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It wasn't former Gov. Evan Mecham's canceling of the Arizona holiday that honored the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Nor was it his declaration that the civil rights leader just wasn't deserving of a national holiday. What has mobilized and unified this city's black community like never before was the death this summer of Rick Rankins, a 43-year-old with a reputation for writing bad checks.
SPORTS
November 18, 1990 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Is the caller there? The lines are jammed at KFYI, an all-talk radio station here. Callers from around the state are waiting in an electronic line to talk to show host Bob Mohan. And Mohan has no doubt as to today's topic. It's the same thing callers have been talking about since the election Nov. 6. Dave from Glendale: "How dare anybody ask me, when I'm done voting, to justify my vote, to prove it.
NEWS
September 12, 1990 | LAURA LAUGHLIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It wasn't former Gov. Evan Mecham's canceling of the Arizona holiday that honored the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Nor was it his declaration that the civil rights leader just wasn't deserving of a national holiday. What has mobilized and unified this city's black community like never before was the death this summer of Rick Rankins, a 43-year-old with a reputation for writing bad checks.
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