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December 20, 1988
Two city commission members out of about 200 appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley will resign because they cannot assure their own attendance at meetings, Deputy Mayor Mike Gage said Monday. Robert Hannay, who sits on the Social Service Commission, will resign because he expects conflicts with his job, Gage said. The second commissioner will resign from the Transportation Commission, but Gage would not identify the individual.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 20, 1988
Two city commission members out of about 200 appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley will resign because they cannot assure their own attendance at meetings, Deputy Mayor Mike Gage said Monday. Robert Hannay, who sits on the Social Service Commission, will resign because he expects conflicts with his job, Gage said. The second commissioner will resign from the Transportation Commission, but Gage would not identify the individual.
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March 27, 1985 | RICHARD SIMON, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles City Councilman John Ferraro has characterized the San Fernando Valley as the most fertile ground for support of his mayoral campaign. But it is Mayor Tom Bradley who has received a greater share of financial support from the Valley, according to a Times computer analysis of campaign contributions.
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August 26, 2012 | By Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times Theater Critic
At 80, South African playwright Athol Fugard is still turning out plays at a rate that would be daunting for a dramatist half his age. A crucial witness to the warping effect of apartheid on his country's soul, Fugard has continued in the post-apartheid era to track the difficult moral journey of characters heeding and resisting the national imperative of reconciliation. His latest play, "The Blue Iris," receiving its U.S. premiere at the Fountain Theatre, is in keeping with the distilled, backward-looking, frankly mournful style that has dominated his late works.
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