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August 31, 1990 | JON KRAMPNER
For Rodion Nahapetov, life in Moscow is all borscht and caviar. A well-known Soviet director, the short, soft-spoken Nahapetov has it all: steady work at Mosfilm Studios, a string of hits and the kind of celebrity status that has earned him instant recognition whenever he goes out in public. So why is he renting an apartment in Santa Monica, living in relative obscurity and knocking on the doors of Hollywood movers and shakers like a first-rung neophyte?
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August 31, 1990 | JON KRAMPNER
For Rodion Nahapetov, life in Moscow is all borscht and caviar. A well-known Soviet director, the short, soft-spoken Nahapetov has it all: steady work at Mosfilm Studios, a string of hits and the kind of celebrity status that has earned him instant recognition whenever he goes out in public. So why is he renting an apartment in Santa Monica, living in relative obscurity and knocking on the doors of Hollywood movers and shakers like a first-rung neophyte?
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October 14, 1999 | DIANE WEDNER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
His friends and colleagues call him a miracle worker. But Dr. Alvaro Galindo, a UCLA pediatric cardiologist who returned Saturday from a humanitarian mission to Russia, said his involvement stems from his love of children. "If you can help a child overcome a difficulty, they have a future," said Galindo, who lives in Encino. "I can't say no to an offer to help kids. It's hard not to get drawn into it."
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