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January 10, 1989 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Comedian Carol Burnett, in an interview published in the February issue of Redbook magazine, says she may marry again someday, but if so, "my husband would have to live next door or across the street because I could never live with someone again. I enjoy my place too much to want to give it up. . . . (I've) worked long and hard to get . . . this room I have in life. And that's very important to me because I had been very conditioned to think I could never be my own person."
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March 13, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
Laguna Hills and Capistrano Valley high schools are among those nationwide to be included in Redbook magazine's fifth annual America's Best Schools Project. Listed in the April issue of the magazine, which came out this week, the schools were cited for innovative programs and overall commitment to educational excellence. "It's pretty exciting," Laguna Hills Principal Wayne Mickaelian said Tuesday. "It validates all the hard work everyone does on this campus."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 13, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
Laguna Hills and Capistrano Valley high schools are among those nationwide to be included in Redbook magazine's fifth annual America's Best Schools Project. Listed in the April issue of the magazine, which came out this week, the schools were cited for innovative programs and overall commitment to educational excellence. "It's pretty exciting," Laguna Hills Principal Wayne Mickaelian said Tuesday. "It validates all the hard work everyone does on this campus."
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March 13, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
Actress Valerie Bertinelli says she is struggling to save her nine-year marriage to rock star Eddie Van Halen while he works to overcome alcoholism. "He doesn't abuse me; he hurts himself," Bertinelli, 30, is quoted as saying in April's Redbook magazine. "He's got a problem I'm not happy with, but I bring stability to his life. "And besides, I love him. It's my weakness. Some people are addicted to food. I'm addicted to my husband. "I can't say that we're really great friends.
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January 26, 1988 | RICK SHERWOOD, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Photographs of Marilyn Monroe shot in 1955 following her divorce from Joe DiMaggio go on exhibit at the G. Ray Hawkins Gallery in West Hollywood on Saturday. The photos, allegedly lost in a New York warehouse for more than 30 years, also will be featured in a 12-page layout "Marilyn: Lost Images" in February's L.A. Style magazine. The photos were recently located by Venice-based archivist Michael Ochs and were shot by photographer Ed Feingersh working on assignment for Redbook magazine in 1955.
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November 16, 1990 | Associated Press
Television actress Shelley Fabares says Alzheimer's disease robbed her mother of the memory that she preferred suicide to suffering from the mind-killing affliction. Fabares, starring in the "Coach" series, said she learned of her mother's preoccupation with the disease after she had to take over her affairs. "In taking over her papers, I discovered that she'd been making donations to an Alzheimer's association for years," Fabares told an interviewer for Redbook magazine.
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January 10, 1989 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Comedian Carol Burnett, in an interview published in the February issue of Redbook magazine, says she may marry again someday, but if so, "my husband would have to live next door or across the street because I could never live with someone again. I enjoy my place too much to want to give it up. . . . (I've) worked long and hard to get . . . this room I have in life. And that's very important to me because I had been very conditioned to think I could never be my own person."
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June 4, 1999 | JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For three days this week, a jury of eight men listened to competing versions of the truth, verbal combat that pitted the testimony of a nervous teenage girl against a powerful family whose private practices she dared reveal to the world. The bizarre case shed light on an almost Gothic tableau of incest, polygamy and the messy consequences of divulging family secrets.
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