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August 24, 1990 | THE FASHION STAFF
When Helen Shaver appears as television co-anchor Kelby Robinson in "WIOU," a new fall series set to air Wednesday nights at 10 on CBS, she'll be wearing L.A.-designer clothes. Much of Shaver's wardrobe comes from Jennifer Joanou and Richard Tyler. Pat Welch, the show's costumer, says she hopes the mix of Joanou's soft lines and sheer fabrics with Tyler's more theatrical twist in suits will "inspire some of our TV anchors to sit up and take note."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 2001 | STEVE HARVEY
Now for the not-so-glamorous side of Hollywood. A member of Adrienne Omansky's free acting class for seniors (information: [310] 559-9677) found a job as an extra in the movie "Ali." He reported to a warehouse in the San Fernando Valley that had been converted into a boxing arena. Designated a grade C extra, the lowest form, he sat in the back of the arena amid rows of seats that also contained cardboard cutouts of people.
SPORTS
March 15, 1988
Former UCLA first baseman Pat Dodson is bidding for a spot with the Boston Red Sox, but the field is crowded, so he's looking for options. He doesn't want to go back to the minors, so he asked his agent to check out the possibility of playing in Japan. If he does make it in Japan, Dodson said: "They'd probably call me Nissan." From Marty Noble of Newsday: "Detroit outfielder Billy Bean went to the wall the other day for a fly ball hit by Minnesota's Kent Hrbek.
TRAVEL
January 18, 1987 | BEVERLY BEYER and ED RABEY, Beyer and Rabey are Los Angeles travel writers.
Third- and fourth-generation Vermonters often call it Mad River Valley, because the lovely little river flows below the summits of two Sugarbush mountains and Mad River Glen. But to everyone else hereabouts it's just plain Sugarbush. What's more important, it's probably one of the most unspoiled rural areas in the state, the latter-day buildings either hidden in the maples, poplars and elms or designed to fit so comfortably into the Christmas-card scenery that nobody takes offense.
TRAVEL
July 16, 1995 | KARIN DOMINELLO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 10-day trek Sept. 22 in the Everest region of Nepal takes participants to the land of the Sherpas. Guests will get views of Mt. Everest and other 26,000- to 28,000-foot peaks and will camp by the turquoise water of Gokyo Lake. En route to Nepal, participants will stay overnight in Bangkok, Thailand. After resting a day in Katmandu, the group will fly to Lukla and begin the trek at Phakding. The hike continues to Namche Bazaar, Phortse Khola, Luza, Gokyo Lakes, Gokyo Peak and Jorsale.
NEWS
November 17, 2011 | By Julie Sheer, Los Angeles Times staff writer
With mild temperatures, calm water and minimal fog, this can be a good time of year to visit the Central Coast , and there's no better place to see it than on the water in a kayak. For those prepping for a "big year" of bird-watching, this section of coast, with its diversity of waterfowl and shorebirds, is possibly the finest in California . If you've kayaked only on lakes and prefer water on the tamer side, Morro Bay is the place to paddle. Open-ocean kayaking is a whole different ballgame, and launching from just any beach shouldn't be attempted by novices (as we learned on a recent trip; more on that in a bit)
SPORTS
May 15, 1993
Mr. Sterling, isn't it time to apply your business savvy in real estate to your basketball investment? It was absolutely pathetic that the Clippers couldn't sell out the two playoff games at the Sports Arena against Houston. The obvious solution is to move to the Anaheim Arena, where sellouts can be achieved as easily as a Stanley Roberts dunk. The association with Disney will greatly improve the Clipper image and open up unlimited marketing opportunities. Clearly, the potential for increased revenues in a far more affluent market will be substantial.
NEWS
August 8, 2002 | MARK SACHS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For viewers who have been left scratching their heads after a Learning Channel program, here's fair warning: Tonight's documentary may leave you scratching everything. "Living With Bugs: A War of Two Worlds" (9 p.m., TLC) is abuzz with disturbing facts (a pasta and broccoli dinner contains 270 insects and 23 maggots) and disquieting images that you may carry with you to your grave (the time-lapse film of ravenous crawly things making short work of a dead fox).
TRAVEL
September 24, 1995 | JOHN McKINNEY
The Columbia Gorge packs a lot of Oregon into its narrow confines: pioneer history, epic water projects, boggy rain forests, neat orchards, high desert and high waterfalls. No wonder Portlanders with only a day to show visitors the Beaver State's diversity drive east an hour to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. While the great gorge has an abundance of spectacular scenery, it has a dearth of dining establishments, hotels or even campgrounds; thus, the gorge is an ideal day trip.
SPORTS
January 29, 1990 | MELVIN DURSLAG
Making a cursory inspection of Bourbon Street, you open with the logical question. "Why did we purchase Louisiana in the first place?" Then for Super Bowl XXIV, they boost the price of seats to $125, up 25% from the year before. No reason is advanced, except you figure the NFL has earmarked the money for the savings and loan bailout.
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