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September 18, 1994 | DOUGLAS P. SHUIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unlike the others, the boy ridiculed by classmates as medio beso , or half-kiss, does not squirm as he gets closer to the operating room and Dr. Randy Sherman. Maicol Diaz has waited too long, prayed too hard for this day, and now that it is here, he is treating it like a big adventure. Barefoot and dressed in hospital pajamas and an orange plastic visor, Maicol shoots smiles at the nurses and happily greets Sherman, a Los Angeles plastic surgeon who speaks to him in passable Spanish.
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September 18, 1994 | DOUGLAS P. SHUIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unlike the others, the boy ridiculed by classmates as medio beso , or half-kiss, does not squirm as he gets closer to the operating room and Dr. Randy Sherman. Maicol Diaz has waited too long, prayed too hard for this day, and now that it is here, he is treating it like a big adventure. Barefoot and dressed in hospital pajamas and an orange plastic visor, Maicol shoots smiles at the nurses and happily greets Sherman, a Los Angeles plastic surgeon who speaks to him in passable Spanish.
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October 2, 2003
We came by on Sunday night to see the theremin show, after seeing the article in the Thursday Times ("Theremins: Looking for Players, Gaining Fans," Sept. 25). The info box said Sunday, 8 p.m. What we didn't expect was that 8 p.m. was the time that the club first opened its doors. When the doorman finally appeared, he told the waiting crowd not to expect the music to start until 9 or 9:30. We, along with many others, left. Randy Gold Sherman Oaks Editors note: Doors commonly open well before the music begins at most area clubs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 29, 2000
A team of surgeons worked 13 hours Thursday to reattach the arm of a 22-year-old man who had caught it in a metal-cutting machine in Vernon. Diosdado Miguel of East Los Angeles was in critical but stable condition at County-USC Medical Center, where eight surgeons reattached the right forearm just below the elbow. The accident occurred just after midnight at Container Recycling Alliance at 3211 E. 26th St.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 21, 1996
Using a $1-million prize from a local foundation, the voluntary medical services group Operation Smile will begin a program in Los Angeles to screen indigent children for facial, congenital and burn deformities and surgically correct them at no cost. Operation Smile, which provides free reconstructive surgery to indigent children in developing countries, Thursday received the first annual Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize in New York City.
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August 26, 2012 | By Ellen Olivier, Los Angeles Times
A sampling of L.A.'s fall social events: Sept. 7 Macy's Passport presents Glamorama, a fashion show at the Orpheum Theatre benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles and Project Angel Food. Performances by Robin Thicke and Karmin. Tickets start at $75. (877) 252-7814. http://www.macys.com/glamorama. Sept. 15 L.A. Opera opening night Ignite gala includes dinner, "The Two Foscari" with Placido Domingo and an "Aria" after-party chaired by Stana Katic. Tickets start at $2,500. "Aria" packages for young professionals from $225.
HEALTH
August 6, 2001 | ROSIE MESTEL
Recently, I've been doing a lot of yard work and as a consequence my hands are covered with wounds and Band-Aids. Plus a flea jumped onto my knee yesterday. Perhaps it's not surprising that the subject of bloodletting popped into my mind. Of course, many people know that in centuries past doctors and barber-surgeons used to "bleed" their hapless patients to help balance the body's humors (phlegm, blood, yellow and black bile).
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 2000
A 22-year-old man who allegedly shot his father to death in their Glendora home was ordered Wednesday to stand trial, authorities said. Randy Glenn Sherman is charged with murder with the special circumstance of lying in wait. He allegedly killed his father, Rocky Sherman, on Jan. 3. The two had reportedly argued that morning, and the elder Sherman had kicked his son out of the house. At a preliminary hearing Wednesday, Citrus Superior Court Judge R.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 5, 2003 | Ann Conway, Times Staff Writer
Strolling along the red carpet, he flashed grin after grin. But it was thumbing through a photo album he took from his suit pocket that made plastic surgeon William P. Magee smile. "See her? A 13-year-old from Colombia who never went to school" until she received surgery to repair a cleft palate, he said, stepping out of paparazzi range as Jessica Simpson, Carmen Electra, Roma Downey and Doris Roberts swept into the Beverly Hilton Hotel for the Operation Smile gala.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 25, 1989
Caught up in the confusion of holiday shopping the other day, we fell to thinking about the diversity of giving, about gifts that have nothing at all to do with malls. We found ourselves recalling a scene a month or two ago in a far off place, Accra, where some Americans took a rare gift to people caught in the desperate poverty of West Africa.
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December 29, 1991 | CHRISTINA V. GODBEY and Items can be mailed to People, The Times, Suite 200, 1717 4th St., Santa Monica 90401.
Three years ago, Santa Monica resident Sonja Hagel was visiting her husband's family in Yugoslavia. While there, she met Mile Marasovic, an 11-year-old boy from Croatia, who had been burned severely as a child. Although his family had managed to raise funds for several cosmetic surgeries, he was still terribly disfigured. Hagel, an associate administrator at Century City Hospital, wanted to help this young man.
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