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April 17, 1993
Three cheers to you and writer Benjamin Epstein for a crowd-drawing interview with Scott Pauley of the Carolinian Consort. ("Joyous Homecoming," March 30). My phone rang with inquiries, the audience filled Laguna Presbyterian Church sanctuary (maybe 250 people comfortably spread throughout the main floor and the balcony), and it was a fascinating, musically rich evening. Scott and the young women of the ensemble were (warmly! happily!) overwhelmed by their Orange County reception.
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April 17, 1993
Three cheers to you and writer Benjamin Epstein for a crowd-drawing interview with Scott Pauley of the Carolinian Consort. ("Joyous Homecoming," March 30). My phone rang with inquiries, the audience filled Laguna Presbyterian Church sanctuary (maybe 250 people comfortably spread throughout the main floor and the balcony), and it was a fascinating, musically rich evening. Scott and the young women of the ensemble were (warmly! happily!) overwhelmed by their Orange County reception.
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ENTERTAINMENT
July 27, 1998 | MARK SWED, TIMES MUSIC CRITIC
History is no longer just history. On the one hand, history of, say, opera now includes the wide world, even its relationship with such matters as disease. Or history has itself as a subject: a narrative of historians' attitudes toward Leonardo or Hitler. And yet our musical presenters, be they at the Music Center, art museums or universities, seem downright incapable of making what one opera historian calls the "significant juxtapositions" between arts.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 29, 1989 | From United Press International
Jane Pauley bid a tearful farewell to the "Today" show this morning following a nostalgic review of her 13 years on the early morning NBC news program. "I'm not going to say goodby," she said, dabbing her eyes and recalling Frank McGee, one of her predecessors on the show. "He never said goodby. He said, 'Never go far.' I won't and don't you."
ENTERTAINMENT
March 30, 1993 | BENJAMIN EPSTEIN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Scott Pauley graduated from Laguna High School 10 years ago, he'd been playing drums in the school marching band, guitar and double bass in the jazz ensemble, and saxophone in a "swinging telegram service" known as the Oversaxed Quartet. When he returns to Laguna Beach tonight, it will be as a member of the Carolinian Consort of Guildhall, London and he'll be toting a theorbo, a large, ancient type of lute. "The theorbo is my great love right now," he said on the phone recently.
SPORTS
March 28, 1993 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Kansas forward Richard Scott wore a net necklace, the spoils of Saturday's 83-77 Midwest Regional final victory against the late, great Indiana Hoosiers, who still can't believe they aren't going to the Final Four. Considering the way Kansas took advantage of assorted Hoosier injuries, of numerous Indiana defensive lapses and--believe it or not--of the apparent magical powers of the Mississippi River, the Jayhawk victory shouldn't have come as a surprise.
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