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March 28, 1990 | KEITH LOVE, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
The TV ad opens with California gubernatorial candidate Dianne Feinstein in a bold red suit, looking directly into the camera and challenging her Democratic opponent, John K. Van de Kamp, to run a positive campaign. But just in case he doesn't get the point, Feinstein's image is suddenly replaced by a 1950 photograph of Richard M. Nixon, who Feinstein says "smeared" his U.S. Senate opponent, Helen Gahagan Douglas.
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March 28, 1990 | KEITH LOVE, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
The TV ad opens with California gubernatorial candidate Dianne Feinstein in a bold red suit, looking directly into the camera and challenging her Democratic opponent, John K. Van de Kamp, to run a positive campaign. But just in case he doesn't get the point, Feinstein's image is suddenly replaced by a 1950 photograph of Richard M. Nixon, who Feinstein says "smeared" his U.S. Senate opponent, Helen Gahagan Douglas.
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June 25, 1998 | MARLA MATZER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If John Malone has been the Darth Vader of Tele-Communications Inc.--as Vice President Al Gore once dubbed the TCI chief--Leo Hindery Jr. has been the cable giant's Jedi Knight, skillfully maneuvering around both Wall Street and Washington. The force has been with him: In less than 18 months as president of TCI, he has been instrumental in turning around the company's lagging stock.
TRAVEL
April 16, 2000 | LAURA BLY
Just as California offers more vacation options than rush-hour taillights on the San Diego Freeway, cyberspace is jammed with thousands of commercial, nonprofit and personal Web sites peddling the joys of traveling in the Golden State. Here's a sampling of bookmark-worthy examples, encompassing everything from San Francisco shopping to San Bernardino ski slopes. California Office of Tourism (www.gocalif.
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October 21, 1987 | MARK LANDSBAUM, Times Staff Writer
Before he put on his robe or read a legal brief--even before he left for the courthouse--the presiding justice of the California appellate court division in Santa Ana grabbed the sports page every morning to see how his team was doing. There was a time when John K. Trotter Jr., of Division 3 of the 4th District Court of Appeal, would have been looking for the Dodgers' or Angels' box scores.
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