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March 21, 1996 | JILL STEWART, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Awise man once said that art makes us human, and if sculptor and painter Samuel Brantley had to pick a philosophy of life, that maxim would be it. Art, after all, has lifted him above his own brutal life, a strange journey that began in Virginia when he was 8, with his father killing his mother and his brother then killing his father, and culminated more recently in his own hard times after he lost the roof over his head.
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March 21, 1996 | JILL STEWART, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Awise man once said that art makes us human, and if sculptor and painter Samuel Brantley had to pick a philosophy of life, that maxim would be it. Art, after all, has lifted him above his own brutal life, a strange journey that began in Virginia when he was 8, with his father killing his mother and his brother then killing his father, and culminated more recently in his own hard times after he lost the roof over his head.
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September 13, 1997 | STEVE HARVEY
Forget about guard dogs. For protection, Mrs. Ray Macy of Manhattan Beach says you can't beat her African tortoise. "He sleeps with me and he woke me up at 2 a.m. one night when I had fallen asleep smoking," she said. "He nibbled on my neck." MOVING ON TO CELEBRITY NIBBLERS: Frank Sheftel, owner of the Candy Factory in North Hollywood, says he'll ignore a demand by attorneys for boxer Evander Holyfield to stop marketing sets of chocolate ears called Earvander Tyson Bites ($5 each).
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