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April 21, 2007
Ienjoyed the Robin Hood article ["Robin Hood Gets a Makeover," April 14] and was glad Lynn Smith mentioned the 1950s version, "Adventures of Robin Hood," and its blacklist connection, but there were two words missing: Richard Greene. He was a wonderful actor as well as a truly great man and role model. SAUL DAVIS Studio City
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April 21, 2007
Ienjoyed the Robin Hood article ["Robin Hood Gets a Makeover," April 14] and was glad Lynn Smith mentioned the 1950s version, "Adventures of Robin Hood," and its blacklist connection, but there were two words missing: Richard Greene. He was a wonderful actor as well as a truly great man and role model. SAUL DAVIS Studio City
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 2001
Re "Riordan a Fragile Leader in GOP Race," Nov. 5: Mark Barabak, writing about next year's California governor's race, said Republicans are "desperate to end the party's long losing streak." Correct me if I'm wrong, but haven't Republicans won four out of the last five gubernatorial elections? Saul Davis Studio City
ENTERTAINMENT
March 7, 2004
Just a comment on David Shaw's "Add AOL to the New List of Major Political Players" (Feb. 29). I have been with AOL for a number of years and whenever I have participated in their polls or viewed poll results, I have always seen a 10%-15% or even a 20% Republican or conservative lean. I don't know if Earthlink users or others are more moderate or liberal, but AOL subscribers do seem right of center. Saul Davis Studio City
OPINION
September 5, 1999
Contrary to Ross Hopkins' Aug. 20 letter, the bottle recycling problem has not been solved by curbside recycling. Nearly no apartment buildings in Los Angeles recycle. Recycling centers and a new deposit on bottles are both needed. SAUL DAVIS Studio City
ENTERTAINMENT
March 7, 2004
Just a comment on David Shaw's "Add AOL to the New List of Major Political Players" (Feb. 29). I have been with AOL for a number of years and whenever I have participated in their polls or viewed poll results, I have always seen a 10%-15% or even a 20% Republican or conservative lean. I don't know if Earthlink users or others are more moderate or liberal, but AOL subscribers do seem right of center. Saul Davis Studio City
ENTERTAINMENT
March 24, 1985
KMET Program Director George Harris believes his original listeners are "still rock 'n' rollers" and to win them back (how did you lose them?) he will feature "good old rock 'n' roll" and special features such as Psychedelic Psupper (Pop Eye, "KMET Joins the Ranks of the Metal Defectors," by Patrick Goldstein). Doesn't he realize that rock 'n' rollers want to hear all the music--new wave to heavy metal (if that's where his imagination stops)--just as long as it rocks? His proposed format will succeed only in turning KMET into the Yuppie KRTH.
MAGAZINE
December 7, 1997
In the article on Bobby Keys ("The Chat Room," So SoCal, Nov. 9), it was stated that Keys played saxophone on the Rolling Stones hit "Waiting on a Friend." He did not. Jazz great Sonny Rollins did. Saul Davis Studio City
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 28, 1991
File this one under "does the left hand know what the right hand is doing?" While various California localities are mandating more and more recycling programs, the trusty old Department of Motor Vehicles switches drivers licenses from paper to plastic! SAUL DAVIS, Studio City
ENTERTAINMENT
April 3, 1993
Someone should mention to film critic Kenneth Turan that it is not unpatriotic to criticize our government ("In the End, All Is 'Unforgiven,' " March 30). In fact, such is a patriot's duty. SAUL DAVIS Studio City
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 2001
Re "Riordan a Fragile Leader in GOP Race," Nov. 5: Mark Barabak, writing about next year's California governor's race, said Republicans are "desperate to end the party's long losing streak." Correct me if I'm wrong, but haven't Republicans won four out of the last five gubernatorial elections? Saul Davis Studio City
OPINION
September 5, 1999
Contrary to Ross Hopkins' Aug. 20 letter, the bottle recycling problem has not been solved by curbside recycling. Nearly no apartment buildings in Los Angeles recycle. Recycling centers and a new deposit on bottles are both needed. SAUL DAVIS Studio City
ENTERTAINMENT
March 24, 1985
KMET Program Director George Harris believes his original listeners are "still rock 'n' rollers" and to win them back (how did you lose them?) he will feature "good old rock 'n' roll" and special features such as Psychedelic Psupper (Pop Eye, "KMET Joins the Ranks of the Metal Defectors," by Patrick Goldstein). Doesn't he realize that rock 'n' rollers want to hear all the music--new wave to heavy metal (if that's where his imagination stops)--just as long as it rocks? His proposed format will succeed only in turning KMET into the Yuppie KRTH.
BUSINESS
December 21, 2003
If the Bush economy is doing so well, can someone explain the following headlines that appeared in the Dec. 10 Business section? "Chevron to Cut Jobs, Sell Sites, Combine Offices," "SBC Plans to Cut 3,000 to 4,000 Jobs," "AOL Consolidates Calif. Operations, Lays Off 450" and "Home Lender Firing 7,400." Saul Davis Studio City
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 2000
A July 11 letter said that "if the House goes Democrat this fall, a split Congress would offset the possibility of a highly conservative (President) Bush Supreme Court." The House has no input in Supreme Court choices, only the Senate does. The theory is incorrect, and one does need to vote for Al Gore to protect us from possible Bush nominees. SAUL DAVIS Studio City
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