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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 1985 | GREG BRAXTON, Times Staff Writer
Burbank Mayor E. Daniel Remy and incumbent Councilman Larry Stamper were soundly defeated in bids for reelection Tuesday as the three candidates endorsed by their chief critic on the council, Mary Lou Howard, won council seats, according to unofficial election returns. Mary E. Kelsey, Michael Hastings and Al Dossin, who were allied with Howard's position questioning the pace of city redevelopment, won council seats. Remy finished last and Stamper next to last in the six-candidate race.
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SPORTS
December 21, 2013 | By Eric Sondheimer
 Remy Martin, a freshman point guard who enrolled at West Hills Chaminade earlier this week from Chatsworth Sierra Canyon, is ineligible until December of next year because of "disciplinary action" at his former school, according to the Southern Section website. Martin is the fifth transfer to arrive in the basketball program in the past year. Eric.sondheimer@latimes.com  
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NEWS
July 5, 2007
Regarding "The Recipe for 'Ratatouille,' " (June 28): I have a rat -- oops, I mean bone -- to pick with writer-director Brad Bird. My dear son Remy, 11, is about to endure his own personal summer of hell. I wasn't sure what the fallout from "Ratatouille" would be until we had a taste of it on a ferry ride around the San Francisco Bay. When I yelled out his name, a gaggle of kids sitting nearby excitedly started chanting, "Remy the rat, Remy the rat, Remy the rat." We were speechless.
SPORTS
August 17, 2013 | By Dan Loumena
Jerry Remy, a former major league player and Boston Red Sox broadcaster, issued a statement detailing his "disgust and remorse" a day after his son pleaded not guilty to charges he murdered his girlfriend. Remy's son Jared allegedly stabbed to death Jennifer Martel in the couple's apartment in Waltham, Mass., on Thursday night, only a day after he was released from custody for an assault case involving Martel. Martel's child was in the apartment when she was killed. The child, who is now in the custody of child welfare, was unhurt.
NEWS
March 7, 2013 | By Brady MacDonald
In perhaps the worst-kept secret in theme park history, the Disneyland Paris resort has finally admitted that the long-rumored Ratatouille trackless dark ride will open in 2014. Photos: Ratatouille dark ride at Disneyland Paris Conspicuously under construction for more than a year and rumored since 2009 or earlier, the new attraction will be based on the Oscar-winning Disney/Pixar film that tells the tale of a rat named Remy who dreams of becoming a renowned French chef. With an estimated budget of  $150 million, the new attraction at the Walt Disney Studios theme park in France is expected to feature trackless ride vehicles with 3-D projections and special effects.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 2010 | By Robert Abele
Plenty of interior body parts are forcibly removed from reluctant humans in the violent, futuristic action film "Repo Men." Kidneys, hearts, livers, all high-tech and artificial, are taken out and, in the movie's cautionary premise, rented to the medically needy at usury-friendly rates by a nasty corporation called the Union. But there's a key organ missing from the movie itself: a brain. In its place is a memory bank of other, better movies. That's a shame because creeping around the edges of "Repo Men" is the potential for a funky and prescient piece of gory dystopian satire.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 18, 2010 | By Michael Ordoña
The question is, "Do you think Jake is a psychopath?" "Hmm," comes the quiet voice on the other end of the line. "It depends on your definition of 'psychopath.' I guess the fact that he seems to carry no remorse or regret in the killing of others -- that, by many people's terms, would be considered psychopathic behavior. I think in this universe, he's dedicated to his job." Forest Whitaker is calling from New York to discuss "Repo Men," which pits lifelong friends Remy (Jude Law)
ENTERTAINMENT
March 28, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Grammy-nominated rapper Remy Ma was led out of a Manhattan courtroom Thursday, weeping and in handcuffs, after being convicted of shooting a woman outside a nightclub last summer. The defense had conceded that Remy Ma, whose real name is Remy Smith, fired a shot toward a friend she suspected of stealing $3,000, but said it was an accident. Smith, 26, faces up to 25 years in prison following her conviction in state Supreme Court for assault, weapon possession and attempted coercion.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 16, 1999 | MARC WEINGARTEN
Thanks to the radio success of its song "Prophecy," Remy Zero drew a jostling horde of fans, music industry types and artists such as Foo Fighters' Pat Smear and Live's Ed Kowalczyk to its performance at the Troubadour in Hollywood on Thursday. It was the kind of buzzing crowd that expected to be dazzled, but Remy Zero's music was so wispy and unassuming that it seemed to vaporize upon impact. Like its most obvious forebears in Radiohead, Remy Zero relies heavily on moody musical ambience.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 14, 2008 | From the Associated Press
A weeping Remy Ma was sentenced to eight years in prison Tuesday for shooting a woman outside a Manhattan nightclub. "I feel so bad for all the physical and mental pain you've gone through," the Grammy-nominated rapper told the victim. "This has taken a toll on us and both our families. I would never wish you harm and I pray the best for all of us." The 26-year-old entertainer, whose real name is Remy Smith, had faced up to 25 years in prison for assault, weapon possession and attempted coercion for shooting Makeda Barnes Joseph last July in a dispute over money.
NEWS
March 7, 2013 | By Brady MacDonald
In perhaps the worst-kept secret in theme park history, the Disneyland Paris resort has finally admitted that the long-rumored Ratatouille trackless dark ride will open in 2014. Photos: Ratatouille dark ride at Disneyland Paris Conspicuously under construction for more than a year and rumored since 2009 or earlier, the new attraction will be based on the Oscar-winning Disney/Pixar film that tells the tale of a rat named Remy who dreams of becoming a renowned French chef. With an estimated budget of  $150 million, the new attraction at the Walt Disney Studios theme park in France is expected to feature trackless ride vehicles with 3-D projections and special effects.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 2010 | By Robert Abele
Plenty of interior body parts are forcibly removed from reluctant humans in the violent, futuristic action film "Repo Men." Kidneys, hearts, livers, all high-tech and artificial, are taken out and, in the movie's cautionary premise, rented to the medically needy at usury-friendly rates by a nasty corporation called the Union. But there's a key organ missing from the movie itself: a brain. In its place is a memory bank of other, better movies. That's a shame because creeping around the edges of "Repo Men" is the potential for a funky and prescient piece of gory dystopian satire.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 18, 2010 | By Michael Ordoña
The question is, "Do you think Jake is a psychopath?" "Hmm," comes the quiet voice on the other end of the line. "It depends on your definition of 'psychopath.' I guess the fact that he seems to carry no remorse or regret in the killing of others -- that, by many people's terms, would be considered psychopathic behavior. I think in this universe, he's dedicated to his job." Forest Whitaker is calling from New York to discuss "Repo Men," which pits lifelong friends Remy (Jude Law)
ENTERTAINMENT
May 14, 2008 | From the Associated Press
A weeping Remy Ma was sentenced to eight years in prison Tuesday for shooting a woman outside a Manhattan nightclub. "I feel so bad for all the physical and mental pain you've gone through," the Grammy-nominated rapper told the victim. "This has taken a toll on us and both our families. I would never wish you harm and I pray the best for all of us." The 26-year-old entertainer, whose real name is Remy Smith, had faced up to 25 years in prison for assault, weapon possession and attempted coercion for shooting Makeda Barnes Joseph last July in a dispute over money.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 28, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Grammy-nominated rapper Remy Ma was led out of a Manhattan courtroom Thursday, weeping and in handcuffs, after being convicted of shooting a woman outside a nightclub last summer. The defense had conceded that Remy Ma, whose real name is Remy Smith, fired a shot toward a friend she suspected of stealing $3,000, but said it was an accident. Smith, 26, faces up to 25 years in prison following her conviction in state Supreme Court for assault, weapon possession and attempted coercion.
NEWS
July 5, 2007
Regarding "The Recipe for 'Ratatouille,' " (June 28): I have a rat -- oops, I mean bone -- to pick with writer-director Brad Bird. My dear son Remy, 11, is about to endure his own personal summer of hell. I wasn't sure what the fallout from "Ratatouille" would be until we had a taste of it on a ferry ride around the San Francisco Bay. When I yelled out his name, a gaggle of kids sitting nearby excitedly started chanting, "Remy the rat, Remy the rat, Remy the rat." We were speechless.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 1999
Author and children's books illustrator Remy Charlip ("Harlequin") will teach a seven-week master class for teens at the Junior Arts Center at Barnsdall Art Park, on Sundays beginning Saturday. The class is held in conjunction with an exhibition of Charlip's artworks at the Junior Arts Center Gallery. For more information on class times and enrollment, call the Junior Arts Center at (213) 485-4474.
BUSINESS
December 14, 1993 | MICHAEL FLAGG
Workers at a Delco Remy battery factory in Anaheim narrowly voted in a union, but the National Labor Relations Board challenged enough votes that the election might tip back toward the company. The vote was 147 for and 141 against the International Union of Electronic, Electric, Salaried, Machine and Furniture Workers, according to the NLRB.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Remy Belvaux, 38, a Belgian filmmaker whose black comedy "Man Bites Dog" developed a cult following after the 1992 Cannes Film Festival, died Monday in Orry-la-Ville, France, according to European press reports. His family announced his death in a statement but did not specify the cause.
SPORTS
August 25, 2005 | BOB MIESZERSKI
San Remy has proved to be a profitable claim for owner Jim Kwong and trainer Lloyd Mason. Taken for $20,000 on April 2 at Bay Meadows, the 4-year-old Danehill gelding has won three of five since then and was second in one of his losses. San Remy will try for another victory this afternoon when he makes his Del Mar debut in the seventh, a $63,000 optional claimer at 1 3/8 miles on turf.
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