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June 20, 2000 | MARY ROURKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Does your church need a face-lift? Rhett Judice, church doctor, to the rescue. He didn't plan it that way. Judice is an architectural restorer and classical musician who was once content playing the organ for Sunday services. Now he finds himself rebuilding the insides of religious structures. He can take what looked like a ski lodge and turn it into a Gothic cathedral, carve a dark cave into an English abbey, whip a stark side aisle into a regal arcade.
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November 4, 1995 | BEVERLY BEYETTE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gone is the thick coat of avocado green on the entry walls. Gone, too, is the satellite dish that sat in the garden. Gone is the creaky kitchen. * The Getty House, the official residence of Los Angeles' mayor, a place that once seemed more suited to the Addams Family than to the city's first family, has gone glamorous. Think crystal chandeliers, burnished antiques, draperies made of $100-a-yard French fabric.
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October 13, 1995 | BEVERLY BEYETTE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Gone is the thick coat of avocado green on the entry walls. Gone, too, is the satellite dish that sat in the garden. Gone is the creaky kitchen. The Getty House, the official residence of the mayor, a place that once seemed more suited to the Addams Family than to the city's first family, has gone glamorous. Think crystal chandeliers, burnished antiques, draperies made of $100-a-yard French fabric.
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