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June 17, 1990 | SHARON BERNSTEIN
Scott Shaw wanted to leave San Diego behind for Hollywood and, in the glittering lights, mix with the heroes of his childhood. He dreamed they would be just as they were when he first saw them, back when he was peeping through the bars of his crib into their colorful world. And so it happened. And everything was just as he had hoped. "That's the amazing thing about cartoons," Shaw said, standing in front of a framed, wall-mounted drawing of Huckleberry Hound in his Sherman Oaks home.
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June 17, 1990 | SHARON BERNSTEIN
Scott Shaw wanted to leave San Diego behind for Hollywood and, in the glittering lights, mix with the heroes of his childhood. He dreamed they would be just as they were when he first saw them, back when he was peeping through the bars of his crib into their colorful world. And so it happened. And everything was just as he had hoped. "That's the amazing thing about cartoons," Shaw said, standing in front of a framed, wall-mounted drawing of Huckleberry Hound in his Sherman Oaks home.
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SPORTS
December 5, 1992 | MIKE REILLEY
San Marino 16, Santa Ana Century 14--Tommy Moreland kicked a 19-yard field goal with two minutes 37 seconds remaining as second-seeded San Marino (10-2) advanced to the Division VIII finals for the first time since 1988. San Marino quarterback Scott Shaw ran for a touchdown and completed 16 of 22 passes for 243 yards and another touchdown. He completed three passes for 46 yards on the game-winning drive.
SPORTS
December 13, 1992 | DAVID COULSON
Tailback Ron Hura rushed for 145 yards in 28 carries, 118 in the second half, to lead La Mirada to a 28-7 victory over San Marino on Saturday night in the Southern Section Division VIII championship game at San Marino. Stymied for most of the first half by a hard-hitting San Marino (10-3) defense, unseeded La Mirada (10-4) went to ball control in the second half and Hura carried them to the title.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 4, 1993 | RICHARD STAYTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
At the Celebration Theatre, Michael Van Duzer's popular comedy "Hopeful Romantic" could be subtitled "Princes in America." A gay love story modeled on Hollywood escapist fare, it happily roams an urban Never-Never Land where disease and death never materialize. Rather than fearing the grim reaper, Duzer's phobic romantic anxiously obsesses that his prince will someday come . . . and then what?
SPORTS
November 28, 1992 | TOM SHERIDAN
San Marino made all the big plays and Laguna Hills made none as the Hawks lost a Division VIII quarterfinal game, 27-12, Friday night at Mission Viejo High. The tone of the game was set on the first series, when Laguna Hills (9-3) drove to the San Marino 29-yard line. Facing fourth and four, quarterback Justin Vedder was stopped on a keeper at the line of scrimmage. The Hawks moved the ball into San Marino territory twice more in the first half. Once Vedder was intercepted.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 2007 | Valerie J. Nelson, Times Staff Writer
Iwao Takamoto, an animator whose most celebrated creation was the endearingly klutzy canine Scooby-Doo but who also left his mark on dozens of other Hanna-Barbera classics, including "The Jetsons" and "The Flintstones," has died. He was 81. Takamoto died Monday of heart failure at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, said Gary Miereanu, a Warner Bros. spokesman.
NEWS
September 30, 1987 | ANN CONNORS
They're often deemed pesky, and frequently end up under someone's foot. But the organizers of "Beetlemania" at Harvard University believe their beloved insects are a work of art. "If you think of beetles, you think they're all small and black and uninteresting. But a lot of them are quite dazzling," said Scott Shaw, the curatorial associate who dreamed up the collection on display at the university's Museum of Comparative Zoology.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 31, 1995 | PHILIP BRANDES
The inherently artificial task of exploring human experience on stage poses a fundamental dilemma for modern playwrights--whether to persuade the audience to suspend disbelief through carefully crafted naturalism or play on its awareness of artifice with heightened theatricality.
BUSINESS
May 28, 1997 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The office is a converted garage in a nondescript industrial building far from the bright lights of Orange County's high-tech centers. It is not the kind of place that shouts "innovation." But while Speed Dowel Inc. works with plastic and steel and concrete instead of silicon wafers and microchips, it is an innovator nonetheless.
NEWS
April 9, 1999 | NOA JONES
Enter the front door of Meltdown Comics, pass the vintage "Planet of the Apes" posters, the Japanese Pikachu Pocket Monsters, the racks of obscure comics and a cabinet of aggressive-looking figurines, and, finally, you'll arrive at a shelf of infant wear. Welcome to Baby Melt.
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