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November 15, 1989 | JOHN L. MITCHELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Days before a contingent of city, school and private industry officials showed up at the opening of a new counseling and job-training center in the Ramona Gardens housing project on Tuesday, the desperate need for help was already being made dramatically clear. About 50 yards from the door to the recently renovated center in East Los Angeles, residents found the body of a man who had been brutally murdered in an apparent pay-back for a drug deal gone sour, police said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1989 | JOHN L. MITCHELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Days before a contingent of city, school and private industry officials showed up at the opening of a new counseling and job-training center in the Ramona Gardens housing project on Tuesday, the desperate need for help was already being made dramatically clear. About 50 yards from the door to the recently renovated center in East Los Angeles, residents found the body of a man who had been brutally murdered in an apparent pay-back for a drug deal gone sour, police said.
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March 12, 1996 | LYNNE HEFFLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
What do a Russian witch, a Colombian goddess and King Arthur have in common? They're all part of the comical "New Wives Tales," the second in a new, free series of performances by the We Tell Stories children's theater troupe at the Ivy Substation in Culver City.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 1994
A trip to a shopping mall, the beach or a city park hardly qualify as a vacation, but the options for low-income families that want to spend time together are limited. And for those who live in areas with drug, gang or crime activity, neutral recreational turf can be hard to find. Fam Camp, a program developed by the California Park Service, introduces these families to the peaceable possibilities and inexpensive realities of state parks.
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July 21, 1995 | LYNNE HEFFLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
They don't have the Power Rangers' flash or Barney's purple cachet, but the Canadian singing trio Sharon, Lois and Bram, stars of Nickelodeon's "The Elephant Show," have been around a lot longer and still have the stuff that has made them longtime favorites in children's entertainment. "Sing Around the Campfire," the newest video from these three fiftysomethings--who look like '90s-type grandparents: youthful, physically fit and energetic--proves that.
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