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October 8, 1987 | RICH ROBERTS, Times Staff Writer
Raider cornerback Lester Hayes walked--limped?--back into camp at El Segundo Wednesday, but said he still can't play because of an "overkill" of painkillers received eight weeks earlier. "Play?" Hayes said. "I can't run. I can't burst. How can I play? Impossible." Dr. Robert Rosenfeld of the Raider medical staff disagreed. Rosenfeld is an orthopedic specialist who has treated Raider players for more than 20 years. "He's pulling something," Rosenfeld said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 27, 2014 | By Frank Shyong
Regional air quality officials told the Irwindale City Council on Wednesday that the solution to complaints of spicy odors emanating from a Sriracha factory  could be "very straightforward. " The comments came as the City Council considered declaring the hot sauce maker,  Huy Fung Foods, a public nuisance, which would give city officials the necessary leverage to demand changes at the factory amid ongoing complaints from residents of spicy smells. City Council members ended up voting to postpone a decision to declare the  Sriracha  hot sauce factory a public nuisance, saying they wanted to  give the company time to work with the South Coast Air Quality Management District to identify a solution.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 27, 2014 | By Frank Shyong
Regional air quality officials told the Irwindale City Council on Wednesday that the solution to complaints of spicy odors emanating from a Sriracha factory  could be "very straightforward. " The comments came as the City Council considered declaring the hot sauce maker,  Huy Fung Foods, a public nuisance, which would give city officials the necessary leverage to demand changes at the factory amid ongoing complaints from residents of spicy smells. City Council members ended up voting to postpone a decision to declare the  Sriracha  hot sauce factory a public nuisance, saying they wanted to  give the company time to work with the South Coast Air Quality Management District to identify a solution.
BUSINESS
January 20, 2011 | By Roger Vincent, Los Angeles Times
The owner of the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Century City has purchased another landmark inn: the Hotel Californian in Santa Barbara. Los Angeles investor and developer Michael Rosenfeld said Wednesday that a partnership he heads would redevelop the historic hotel on Santa Barbara's waterfront. The Californian, which dates to the 1920s, has been closed for more than a decade. Terms of the transaction weren't disclosed, but seller Mountain Funding, a North Carolina lender, had sought nearly $8 million for the hotel and two adjacent parcels, real estate broker Steve Brown said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1993
The Stange and Rosenfeld commentaries are right on. Where were these voices of reason? Or did no one listen? As much as I hate to have reached this conclusion, it now seems imperative that Atty. Gen. Janet Reno submit her resignation. There are no "excuses" that justify the choice she made, and its consequent disastrous results! We have been given explanations by the hundreds--we know all that. But in all the contradictory statements made by her and the FBI, and all the convoluted reasoning put forth I do not find evidence of either well-thought-out, considered plans or (obviously)
BUSINESS
October 4, 1996
Michael Rosenfeld, who resigned last month from ABC Entertainment in a power struggle with his new boss, President Jamie Tarses, will join Brillstein-Grey Entertainment as a senior vice president. Rosenfeld, 35, will be involved in all aspects of Brillstein-Grey, including managing talent and overseeing television and movie projects. Rosenfeld was a top television agent at Creative Artists Agency until last year, when he was recruited by his old boss Michael Ovitz, president of Walt Disney Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1986
Donald T. Rosenfeld, 69, senior partner and co-founder of the Beverly Hills law firm of Rosenfeld, Meyer & Susman, has died, more than two weeks after being hospitalized by a stroke. A family friend, Peter Altschuler, said Rosenfeld died Thursday of a cerebral hemorrhage at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where he had been taken after he suffered the stroke Sept. 1. Rosenfeld, whose career in the U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1986
Henry Rosenfeld, a dress manufacturer who at his peak was producing 2.5 million inexpensive but fashionable garments a year for some of the nation's leading department stores, died Feb. 5 in a New York City hospital. He was 75. In 1942, at a time when fabric shortages had severely crippled the garment trade, Rosenfeld began a business with $40,000 and quickly parlayed it into a $30-million-a-year line he described as a "class-market dress at mass-market prices."
NEWS
July 20, 1991
Mark Allan Rosenfeld, 54, an exporter of motor vehicles who was taken prisoner by Iraqi soldiers last year when he was in Kuwait transacting business. Rosenfeld headed Power Car International, an auto export firm headquartered in New York City. Last Aug. 2, the day of the Iraqi invasion, he was taken prisoner and held in a Kuwait City hotel for three weeks before managing to escape with seven other Americans.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 2005 | Myrna Oliver, Times Staff Writer
Chris Prouty Rosenfeld, a globe-trotting housewife and mother who channeled passions for feminism, history and theater into writing books and acting out the lives of personages in the National Portrait Gallery, has died. She was 83. Rosenfeld died Tuesday of injuries suffered in a fall at her home in Washington, D.C.
BUSINESS
August 11, 2010 | Roger Vincent and Martha Groves, Los Angeles Times
After backing down from a contentious proposal to demolish the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza hotel, the owner has unveiled plans to construct a high-rise real estate development next to the Space Age landmark that would transform the tenor of Century City's streets and dramatically alter the skyline. The $1.5-billion proposal calls for two 46-story skyscrapers holding hundreds of condominiums and offices to be built behind the renowned hotel on Avenue of the Stars. Nearly half of the guest rooms would be replaced by luxury condos as part of a top-to-bottom makeover.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 30, 2010 | By Valerie J. Nelson
Michael S. Rosenfeld, a talent agent and producer who was one of the founding partners of Creative Artists Agency, has died. He was 75. Rosenfeld died Thursday of respiratory failure at Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center after a long illness, the agency announced. "He enjoyed an exemplary career as a talent agent," the agency said in a statement. "He played an important role in the growth and success of CAA, and prided himself on starting the agency's literary department." In 1975, Rosenfeld and four other successful middle-management executives with the William Morris Agency left to form Creative Artists Agency, which would become a talent agency powerhouse.
BUSINESS
January 11, 2010 | By Marc Lifsher
When octogenarian Arthur H. Rosenfeld vacates his utilitarian office at the California Energy Commission this week, one of his final tasks might seem of little consequence: He'll turn off the lights. But that simple act -- some would say compulsion -- has transformed California into a world leader in energy efficiency. California homes are loaded with personal computers, widescreen TVs, iPods, PlayStations, air conditioners, massive refrigerators, hot tubs and swimming pool pumps.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 28, 2009 | Margaret Wappler
Jealousy has a range of settings. At boil, it's the green-eyed monster that destroys love affairs. At simmer, it's a twinge in the gut when we're confronted with something we covet. In third grade, it was the Cabbage Patch doll. In ninth grade, perfectly matched outfits from the Gap. In college, the Velvet Underground box set. In adulthood? A Craftsman in Silver Lake would be just fantastic, thank you.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 2005 | Myrna Oliver, Times Staff Writer
Chris Prouty Rosenfeld, a globe-trotting housewife and mother who channeled passions for feminism, history and theater into writing books and acting out the lives of personages in the National Portrait Gallery, has died. She was 83. Rosenfeld died Tuesday of injuries suffered in a fall at her home in Washington, D.C.
BOOKS
October 1, 2000 | MARK ROZZO
WHAT SHE SAW IN . . . By Lucinda Rosenfeld; Random House: 282 pp., $23.95 Lucinda Rosenfeld is a former New York Post night-life columnist, and her first novel, which traces the guy-by-guy romantic history of a nice Jewish girl named Phoebe Fine, is a collection of deceptively snappy dispatches from the darker outposts of the dating game.
BUSINESS
February 29, 2000
* Attorney Konrad Trope has been named a partner in the entertainment division of Los Angeles law firm Rosenfeld, Meyer & Susman, which specializes in the representation of entertainers, production companies and studios. Trope, an expert in independent film production and finance, will help the firm expand in those areas. * Iwin.com, a Los Angeles-based interactive entertainment site, has named Mike Beck chief financial officer.
BUSINESS
January 11, 2010 | By Marc Lifsher
When octogenarian Arthur H. Rosenfeld vacates his utilitarian office at the California Energy Commission this week, one of his final tasks might seem of little consequence: He'll turn off the lights. But that simple act -- some would say compulsion -- has transformed California into a world leader in energy efficiency. California homes are loaded with personal computers, widescreen TVs, iPods, PlayStations, air conditioners, massive refrigerators, hot tubs and swimming pool pumps.
BUSINESS
February 29, 2000
* Attorney Konrad Trope has been named a partner in the entertainment division of Los Angeles law firm Rosenfeld, Meyer & Susman, which specializes in the representation of entertainers, production companies and studios. Trope, an expert in independent film production and finance, will help the firm expand in those areas. * Iwin.com, a Los Angeles-based interactive entertainment site, has named Mike Beck chief financial officer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1999 | PETER M. WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A prominent South County psychiatrist has had his medical license suspended for a month and been placed on probation for five years by the Medical Board of California. Dr. Irwin I. Rosenfeld, past president of the Orange County Psychiatric Society, also was required to enroll in ethics, clinical and other continuing education courses as a condition of keeping his license.
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