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July 16, 1992 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The most enduring images to emerge from the recent earthquakes may soon come out of photographer Robbie Cavolina's camera. Not because his pictures are dynamite. Because they're concrete. Instead of using glossy photo finishing paper, Cavolina prints his photographs on slabs of heavy concrete. It's the perfect way to illustrate man's environment, according to Cavolina, 28. "They're like human beings themselves," he said of his eight-pound pictures.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 16, 1992 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The most enduring images to emerge from the recent earthquakes may soon come out of photographer Robbie Cavolina's camera. Not because his pictures are dynamite. Because they're concrete. Instead of using glossy photo finishing paper, Cavolina prints his photographs on slabs of heavy concrete. It's the perfect way to illustrate man's environment, according to Cavolina, 28. "They're like human beings themselves," he said of his eight-pound pictures.
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August 22, 2008 | Sheri Linden, Special to The Times
The great Anita O'Day, tough cookie and sublime jazz vocalist, receives a fitting tribute in this exuberant documentary, completed shortly before her death in 2006 at 87. Alive with improvisational energy and rejecting the conventional biographical format, the film pursues ideas and feelings rather than chronology as it scats through an archival wealth of interviews with O'Day and some of her most inspired performances. Friends and colleagues weigh in too and impresario George Wein, at whose Newport Jazz Festival O'Day delivered a transcendent and legendary performance.
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January 5, 1996
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