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June 2, 1993 | DENNIS HUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Meet Robin S, secretary to Mayor James Garner of Hempstead, N.Y., and Top 10 artist. Yes, the voice behind the hard-driving No. 8 "Show Me Love" is holding on to her full-time job in Long Island--for now. But she's on a leave of absence to promote her debut single--a leave that could become permanent if her career continues on the upswing. The casual observer might call Robin S an overnight success. Nonsense, she scoffs, tiring of the tag routinely applied to her these days.
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June 2, 1993 | DENNIS HUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Meet Robin S, secretary to Mayor James Garner of Hempstead, N.Y., and Top 10 artist. Yes, the voice behind the hard-driving No. 8 "Show Me Love" is holding on to her full-time job in Long Island--for now. But she's on a leave of absence to promote her debut single--a leave that could become permanent if her career continues on the upswing. The casual observer might call Robin S an overnight success. Nonsense, she scoffs, tiring of the tag routinely applied to her these days.
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April 3, 1988
Learning how to drink is of no use to an alcoholic. Learning how to live is. To Fingarette, I have this to say: Please stop trying to help us, for in actuality, you are helping to kill us, and we can do that well enough on our own. ROBIN S. HECKLE Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1993
Santa Paula Results from City Council votes Monday: Museum Lease Should the Santa Paula Redevelopment Agency sign a 15-year agreement with the Unocal Corp. to lease the Unocal Oil Museum for $1 a year and operate the museum as a nonprofit visitor attraction? Result: Approved, 4-0 The Vote Alfonsa C. Urias: Yes John A. F. Melton: Absent Robin S. Sullivan: Yes Margaret A. Ely: Yes Wayne D. Johnson: Yes
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October 28, 1993 | HEIDI SIEGMUND, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Prince opened his Glam Slam club downtown in January, he and his cohorts had one goal in mind: to become a permanent fixture in a town where even the flashiest nightclubs often don't make it past the six-month mark. Glam Slam, now in its 10th month, has defied the odds. With the continuing appeal of its heady mix of live and recorded hip-hop, rock, jazz and techno, this 28,000-square-foot facility on Boylston and 3rd streets can reasonably claim the title of L.A.'s hottest club.
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April 11, 2014 | By David C. Nichols
This review has been corrected. See below for details. SAN DIEGO -- Social commentary, familial relationships and quantum theory collide in “Time and the Conways” at the Old Globe, and the results are as formidable as they are engrossing. If any doubts remained that J.B. Priestley was one of the most insightful British dramatists of the 20 th century, this translucent revival of his multilayered 1937 look at one well-heeled Yorkshire family between the wars should set them to rest.
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