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February 23, 1997 | Robin Rauzi, Robin Rauzi is a Times staff writer
Richard Kaye sure did teach Steven Spielberg a lesson. It was almost three years ago, back when Kaye was mulling over a lease for the Silver Lake storefront that is now the theater space called Glaxa Studios. He had trepidations: He'd never run any business, let alone a theater. But on one of his many trips to City Hall to check permits and zoning, Kaye saw another name on the building's file request form: Steven Spielberg. "I got really panicked," Kaye said.
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February 23, 1997 | Robin Rauzi, Robin Rauzi is a Times staff writer
Richard Kaye sure did teach Steven Spielberg a lesson. It was almost three years ago, back when Kaye was mulling over a lease for the Silver Lake storefront that is now the theater space called Glaxa Studios. He had trepidations: He'd never run any business, let alone a theater. But on one of his many trips to City Hall to check permits and zoning, Kaye saw another name on the building's file request form: Steven Spielberg. "I got really panicked," Kaye said.
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BUSINESS
April 3, 1998 | Dow Jones News Service
Sun America Inc. has acquired San Diego broker-dealers Sentra Securities Corp. and Spelman & Co. Sun America said Richard and Kaye Woltman, principal owners of Sentra and Spelman, will continue to run the two companies in San Diego as units of Sun America Financial Network. Spelman and Sentra have a total of about 500 registered representatives in the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 24, 2002 | From a Times Staff Writer
Buddy Kaye, a songwriter and lyricist whose work was recorded by Frank Sinatra, Perry Como, Barry Manilow and Pat Boone, has died. He was 84. Kaye died of a heart attack Thursday at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, according to his son Richard. Born Jules Leonard Kaye in New York City, Kaye played saxophone as a young man in local clubs and on ocean cruises. He was also learning to become a songwriter, and began his career in the late 1930s.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 9, 1999 | S. IRENE VIRBILA, TIMES RESTAURANT CRITIC
From Richard Kaye, creator and artistic director of Glaxa Studios, the alternative theater complex on Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake, comes Cirxa, a new restaurant on the same block. With more enthusiasm than restaurant experience or money, he's turned a drafty barn of a space into somewhere to eat before the theater--eliminating the tension of wondering whether you're going to make the curtain in time.
FOOD
May 24, 2006 | Charles Perry, Times Staff Writer
ALL that just-picked produce overflowing stalls at the Hollywood Farmers Market, and no kitchen. No kitchen. It just doesn't make sense. Apparently, the market agrees. It plans an ambitious multifunction kitchen that will operate six days a week, occupying a 1,500-square-foot space on Morningside Court, at the east end of the market. One of its functions will be cooking for you, the shopper.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 17, 1997 | HEIDI SIEGMUND CUDA
The scene you had to make this weekend wasn't at a club, but at a rehearsal studio in the far reaches of North Hollywood (at Vanowen and Vineland), where the guys of Devo proved they were indeed men on Sunday by performing two hot and sweaty back-to-back shows, a preview of the seminal New Wavers' Lollapalooza set (the group joins the tour this week for some Midwest dates). Although the band invited friends and family to the shows, which took place at 3 and 6 p.m.
NEWS
April 3, 1998 | RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although an estimated 40% of new car customers are leasing their cars these days, a large number of consumers still struggle with the complexities of the deals and don't always negotiate effectively. A lease is generally far more difficult to analyze than a loan, since it involves not only an interest rate but a front-end payment and back-end residual.
OPINION
July 10, 2005
Re "True Patriots Act," Opinion, July 3 Richard A. Kaye says that the Patriot Act is "Orwellian" and that the "specter of a passive citizenry surrendering its rights is sadly pertinent." I would like Kaye to enumerate those rights he has surrendered in connection with the Patriot Act. He states that civil liberties are valuable and that the Patriot Act encourages an atmosphere of fearful watchfulness, xenophobia and the surrender of our freedoms. I know that I haven't surrendered any rights, freedoms or civil liberties, and I do not find myself in an atmosphere of fearful watchfulness or xenophobia.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 4, 1999 | DON SHIRLEY, TIMES THEATER WRITER
Is the Hollywood Freeway the edge of the world? Most of the 45 productions in the Edge of the World Theater Festival, opening Saturday, are clustered within a few miles of the famous freeway--in downtown L.A., Hollywood and North Hollywood. The festival, designed as a way to promote L.A.'
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