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March 24, 1996
Pepperdine University has received a $15-million pledge for its School of Business and Management, one of the largest gifts ever to an American business school. The three-year pledge from George L. Graziadio, the head of Imperial Bancorp, and his wife, Reva, will allow the Culver City-based school to add 19 members to its faculty, an increase of nearly 30%. Graziadio has also agreed to lead an endowment drive to raise $10 million more during the next four years.
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January 15, 2010
Jay Reatard Punk rocker in Memphis Jay Reatard, 29, a punk rocker known for performing shows and releasing singles at a breakneck pace, was found dead in his bed early Wednesday in Memphis, Tenn. Memphis police are investigating his death, but police spokeswoman Jennifer Robinson said foul play is not necessarily suspected. Friends of Reatard told the Commercial Appeal newspaper that the singer had been complaining of flu-like symptoms. An autopsy was performed Wednesday and the results are pending.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 2010
Jay Reatard Punk rocker in Memphis Jay Reatard, 29, a punk rocker known for performing shows and releasing singles at a breakneck pace, was found dead in his bed early Wednesday in Memphis, Tenn. Memphis police are investigating his death, but police spokeswoman Jennifer Robinson said foul play is not necessarily suspected. Friends of Reatard told the Commercial Appeal newspaper that the singer had been complaining of flu-like symptoms. An autopsy was performed Wednesday and the results are pending.
NEWS
March 24, 1996
Pepperdine University has received a $15-million pledge for its School of Business and Management, one of the largest gifts ever to an American business school. The three-year pledge from George L. Graziadio, the head of Imperial Bancorp, and his wife, Reva, will allow the Culver City-based school to add 19 members to its faculty, an increase of nearly 30%. Graziadio has also agreed to lead an endowment drive to raise $10 million more during the next four years.
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December 25, 1996 | DOYLE MCMANUS, TIMES WASHINGTON BUREAU CHIEF
If it's more blessed to give than to receive, how come we know the names of the glitziest and wealthiest Americans--but not the most generous? Well, move over, Madonna. Step aside, Michael Jordan. Wipe that smile off your face, Michael Ovitz. Charitable giving just got a lot more glamorous--and you small-timers aren't even on the list. Slate magazine, Microsoft's venture into online publishing, has listed the names of America's most generous.
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July 28, 1996 | MARY LOU LOPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It will take promptness and $1,000 to be guaranteed your first choice for Art of the Palate '96. "First come, first choice," says Adrienne Horwitch, chairman. But even laggers won't lose. Last week at the kickoff for the event at Eclipse Restaurant on Melrose, the intricacy and spectacular aspects of this delicious fund-raiser for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art were revealed. Such a dilemma. Fifty private dinners to choose from on the evenings of Sept. 26-27.
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