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August 2, 1991
It used to seem that the only way to keep Jerry Brown from trying to be President would be to drive a wooden stake through his heart. But it is now apparent that he will talk his way into well-deserved oblivion by simply speaking. His answer to the question about if he is thinking of entering the Democratic presidential race was: "I am not un-thinking about it." That is a perfect example of the leadership he brought to California.
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 2, 1991
It used to seem that the only way to keep Jerry Brown from trying to be President would be to drive a wooden stake through his heart. But it is now apparent that he will talk his way into well-deserved oblivion by simply speaking. His answer to the question about if he is thinking of entering the Democratic presidential race was: "I am not un-thinking about it." That is a perfect example of the leadership he brought to California.
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NEWS
May 24, 1990 | LEON WHITESON
When he was a young architect in the early 1950s, Lou Naidorf of Welton Becket Associates was given the chance to design the Capitol Records Tower, today one of Hollywood's boldest landmarks. The world's first completely circular office building, Capitol Records was shaped to resemble a stack of 45-r.p.m. platters topped by a symbolic stylus. The tower's simple metaphor was deliberately designed to create an instant presence.
NEWS
May 24, 1990 | LEON WHITESON
When he was a young architect in the early 1950s, Lou Naidorf of Welton Becket Associates was given the chance to design the Capitol Records Tower, today one of Hollywood's boldest landmarks. The world's first completely circular office building, Capitol Records was shaped to resemble a stack of 45-r.p.m. platters topped by a symbolic stylus. The tower's simple metaphor was deliberately designed to create an instant presence.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 17, 2004 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
After 90 minutes of arguments by opposing attorneys, a federal judge Thursday delayed ruling on a request by a high school student who wants to wear a T-shirt to school that asserts God disapproves of homosexuality. Tyler Chase Harper, 16, a junior at Poway High School, was told by school officials that the shirt constituted hate speech toward gay students. Harper's attorney is asking U.S. District Judge John Houston to order school officials to allow the student to wear the shirt.
SPORTS
November 15, 1985 | Associated Press
Richard Dix's pair of fourth-quarter field goals, the second from 44 yards out with just 24 seconds remaining, enabled South Carolina State to defeat Grambling, 13-10, in college football Thursday night. A 49-yard halfback option pass from Gerald Foggy to Robert Tyler set up Dix's attempt that enabled South Carolina State to even its record at 5-5 with one game remaining. South Carolina held Grambling to 34 yards rushing in 26 carries.
REAL ESTATE
October 20, 1985
Four representatives from the design and development community have been named judges for the 1985 architecture and planning competition sponsored by the Orange County chapter, National Association of Industrial and Office Parks. The judges will include Robert S. Harris, dean, USC School of Architecture; William S. Lewis Jr., senior vice president, Deems/Lewis & Partners, San Diego; Sharon Lee Polledri, development manager, Olympia & York California Equities Corp.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 20, 1991 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert Tyler, a UC Irvine student who had hoped to open a visual and performance-art venue in Santa Ana next month, died Sunday after a long illness, a close friend of Tyler's said Monday. All plans for the avant-garde venue have been abandoned, said Russell Jobe of Corona del Mar. Tyler, who was 29, had signed a one-year lease for an industrial park unit to launch Sho, but his family does not wish to carry on with the project, Jobe said.
NEWS
August 14, 2013
Two Hemet men arrested after reading the Bible aloud outside a California Department of Motor Vehicles building were acquitted by a judge. Prosecutors claim the men, Brett Coronado, 44, and Mark Mackey, 60, illegally demonstrated without a permit on Feb. 2, 2011, when their church evangelism team gathered outside the DMV office in Hemet to recite Bible verses, the Times' Matt Hamilton reported. Mackey was arrested by a California Highway Patrol officer on suspicion of preaching to a captive audience.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 30, 1990 | CATHY CURTIS and JAN HERMAN
Four cultural institutions in Orange County will join with their compatriots around the nation Saturday to observe "A Day Without Art" as part of the second annual Worldwide AIDS Awareness Day being sponsored by the World Health Organization. * The Newport Harbor Art Museum will offer free admission, information on HIV infection and two special programs, sponsored by Robert Tyler and museum trustee Eugene White. At 11 a.m.
SPORTS
October 23, 1989 | From Associated Press
David Treadwell missed a 27-yard field goal with 16 seconds left in regulation, then made a 27-yarder in overtime as the Denver Broncos beat the Seattle Seahawks, 24-21, Sunday. The Broncos, leaders in the AFC West at 6-1, got a chance to win the game in overtime after Norm Johnson missed a 40-yard field-goal attempt earlier in the extra period. Treadwell's game-winning kick was set up by Seattle's fourth turnover.
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