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August 8, 2004 | Steve Chapple, Steve Chapple is the co-author (with David Brower) of "Let the Mountains Talk, Let the Rivers Run" (HarperCollins).
It was a devastating attack ad. Over footage of a dying bird covered in oil and rivers burning in chemical fires, actress Susan Sarandon states: "Thousands are standing against Citigroup, the world's largest financer of environmental destruction." It is preceded by Sarandon and fellow actors Daryl Hannah and Ed Asner reading the names of Citibank credit card holders, and then cutting the cards in half.
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August 8, 2004 | Steve Chapple, Steve Chapple is the co-author (with David Brower) of "Let the Mountains Talk, Let the Rivers Run" (HarperCollins).
It was a devastating attack ad. Over footage of a dying bird covered in oil and rivers burning in chemical fires, actress Susan Sarandon states: "Thousands are standing against Citigroup, the world's largest financer of environmental destruction." It is preceded by Sarandon and fellow actors Daryl Hannah and Ed Asner reading the names of Citibank credit card holders, and then cutting the cards in half.
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August 3, 1998 | Associated Press
A two-seat training jet crashed Sunday in a residential area, killing a woman passenger trapped inside the burning wreckage. "She was screaming, but none of us could get close to her because the flames were so big," said Randy Hayes, one of dozens of people who tried to help. The pilot, who climbed out of the plane, was in critical condition. No one on the ground was injured.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1989
To raise awareness about the world's diminishing rain forests, Lucian Spataro will start a 3,000-mile horseback ride from Huntington State Beach to New Jersey at 5 a.m. today as part of "Ride Across America," sponsored by the Rainforest Action Network. Spataro, 31, the president of an electronics company in Tucson, Ariz., will ride an Arabian horse named Sweet William for the 4- to 5-month journey. "It's kind of a romantic thing that people talk about doing all the time, and I always wanted to do it," Spataro said.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 12, 1988 | MARLENA DONOHUE
Viewers have waxed lyrical about Martha Alf's refined classical views of isolated objects. To mention bright, sappy designer lilacs and stippled wall paper backgrounds in the same breath as the reigning diva of draftsmanship seems like sacrilege. Well, get ready to be surprised. Recently Alf has done small square paintings using a stencil to model her favorite icon, the pear. She then paints the fruit chartreuse or candy-drop orange and floats it in fields that vary from teal to lilac.
SPORTS
June 3, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Freshman Jack McDowell scattered nine hits, Walt Harris drove in three runs and Mike DeBenon hit a grand slam to lift top-ranked Stanford to a 9-2 victory over Arizona in the losers' bracket of the NCAA College World Series Sunday night. McDowell (11-4) had Arizona shut out until Gar Millay and Randy Hayes opened the ninth with back-to-back doubles. Chuck Johnson followed with an RBI single before the big right-hander regained control of the game.
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November 18, 1985 | WILLIAM WILSON, Times Art Critic
Art keeps trying to be something other than what it was. One week it adds a sound track to itself, the next it wants to transmogrify into architecture. At the moment, over at the County Museum of Art, painting takes on trappings of theater. The exhibition, called "Setting the Stage," involves four lesser-known artists and continues on view to Feb. 16. It is the debut organizational effort of the museum's new curator of contemporary art, Howard Fox.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 10, 1985 | JOSINE IANCO-STARRELS
Installations by four contemporary artists who work in representational style have just opened at the County Museum of Art and will remain on view through Feb. 16. The exhibition, organized by Howard N. Fox, the museum's curator of contemporary art, is part of the "Gallery 6" program and is titled "Setting the Stage." The works by Randy Hayes of Seattle, Tom Leeson of Los Angeles, Edward Knippers of Arlington, Va.
SPORTS
May 1, 1988
Most teams would be happy to split a doubleheader on the road. That isn't the case anymore with the San Diego State baseball team. Riding an 18-game winning streak and needing every victory they can get to catch first-place Hawaii in the Western Athletic Conference standings, the Aztecs split a doubleheader at Wyoming Saturday. SDSU won the opener, 9-3, to increase the streak to 19, but they lost the second game, 8-5. SDSU now trails Hawaii by 1 1/2 games.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 12, 1985 | ZAN DUBIN
After five months in Los Angeles, Howard N. Fox, the County Museum of Art's recently appointed curator of contemporary art, seems at home in his new job. "The creative spirit in the city seems to be as much in the air as the smog," Fox said as he strolled past the installations in "Setting the Stage," the exhibit that marks his local curatorial debut. The display, which runs through Feb.
SPORTS
May 20, 1988 | FERD LEWIS
The University of Wyoming's biggest baseball victory--5-3 over San Diego State in the first round of the Western Athletic Conference playoffs Thursday night--was a victory for a former San Diego State assistant coach. "We wanted this one for (Wyoming assistant Dave Legg)," said Mike Hodge, who drove in two runs with a two-out bloop single to center field to break a tie in the eighth inning. Today at 3 p.m.
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