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OPINION
April 20, 2008
Re "Clinton's big lead fades in Pennsylvania," Times/Bloomberg Poll, April 16 Each time I read a new Democratic primary poll, I feel like a dieter who jumps on a scale every hour. June August La Crescenta
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BUSINESS
September 7, 2003 | Sallie Hofmeister
A new feature is emerging on the media landscape: NBC Universal. At risk of being marginalized by a host of industry behemoths, NBC last week struck a tentative deal to merge its operations with Vivendi Universal's entertainment properties, thus catapulting itself into the ranks of those giants. Critics decry the proposed marriage between the General Electric Co.-owned network and the Universal empire as another blow to media diversity.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 24, 2001
Yes, the Academy Awards show can be "disgusting," as pundit Trey Parker says in "Still Fabulous or Now Faded" (March 23). The show can also be vulgar, juvenile and embarrassing, just like Parker and [Matt] Stone's "South Park." I have a message for Parker and Stone: Loosen up. Your show and the Academy Awards broadcast aren't two sides of the same coin; they occupy the same side of the coin. And bag the holier-than-thou attitude. You think you [were disrespectful to] the academy by wearing dresses?
ENTERTAINMENT
March 6, 2005
In a recent profile of actress Faye Dunaway ["Takes One to Know One..." Feb. 27], Maria Elena Fernandez writes that "Dunaway took a sip of her tea, which she was drinking without milk because she forgot her food scale." Ms. Fernandez, you are a terrible tease. For how long has Ms. Dunaway been traveling with a food scale? Does she just whip it out and put it on the table, or does she kind of hide it underneath, perhaps balancing it on her hand? Does it require assembly? Has anyone French ever shouted at her upon seeing it?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 2014 | By Steve Chawkins
When Sean "Stanley" Leary's friends heard he'd gone missing in Utah's Zion National Park, they drove hundreds of miles to help. Leary was well-known in the tight-knit world of mountain adventurers. At Yosemite National Park, he was an old hand, with more than 50 ascents of El Capitan under his belt - including a record-setting 2 1/2-hour scramble up a 2,900-foot wall that demands several days from seasoned climbers. He explored new routes up peaks in the Arctic and in Antarctica and was an ardent BASE jumper - an adventure enthusiast who leaps off mountains and other high places.
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