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HOME & GARDEN
February 9, 1991 | JACQUELINE HIRTZ, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When Linda Humes' mother, Ann, was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease six years ago, Linda hoped to care for her mother, but because she worked full time, she couldn't provide the round-the-clock care that Ann needed. Faced with the realization that she had to find some kind of care facility for her mother, Humes spent the next six months checking out places near her Laguna Beach home. But nothing satisfied her. "I was horrified by what I saw," Humes says.
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BUSINESS
July 7, 1999
These companies and/or individuals filed for liquidation (Chapter 7) or reorganization (Chapter 11 or 13) in federal Bankruptcy Court in Santa Ana during the week ended July 2. * Bauer Locksmith Service Location: Anaheim Type of business: Locksmith Filing: Chapter 7 Assets: $18,400 Liabilities: $20,692 Case number: 16709 RA Petition signed by: Lisa O. Bauer * Plastic System Inc.
MAGAZINE
August 4, 1996 | Barbara Thornburg
For San Diego architect Rob Wellington Quigley, the quintessential beach dwelling should capture all the sensuous qualities of living by the sea. So when he designed a waterfront house for an art-collecting couple in Orange County, he planned a structure with 28 transom windows to invite the sights and sounds of the breaking surf. Further blurring the line between inside and out, large doors open onto a seaside terrace, filling the house with fragrant salt breezes.
TRAVEL
July 9, 1989 | JUDITH MORGAN, Morgan, of La Jolla, is a magazine and newspaper writer
It was a small vacation, a few days stitched onto a working trip. But it was a pure and restful space in time, a cloud that floated away from the real world and loosened all ties to hours. I knew I was on vacation when I felt the trade winds brush against my face and rattle the lacy leaves of old kiawe trees. I knew I was on vacation when it seemed natural to slip into sea-green flip-flops, and a long cotton cover-up for breakfast.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 18, 2004 | Don Shirley, Times Staff Writer
Ah, "Enchanted April." Surely the script for the recent Broadway staging of the 1922 novel, about four women on an Italian vacation, was written on some balmy seaside terrace. Not quite. Much of the play was written in the Sherman Oaks office of Nationwide Advertising, where playwright Matthew Barber worked from 1994 to 2003 as a proofreader of corporate recruitment ads and, for six years, as office manager. Barber's employers knew he was working on a play.
NEWS
November 17, 1994 | JANICE ARKATOV, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Most of the performers in the Vintage Variety Theatre began collecting Social Security many, many years ago, but age has hardly slowed them down. * "In September, I celebrated my 89th year in show business," says Estelle Milmar, who was five weeks old when her acrobat parents dressed her as a clown for their act. On Sunday, Milmar will sing "Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey?"
HOME & GARDEN
November 21, 1998
Holiday Home and Gift Show: Today and Sunday. Exhibition Hall at Edison Field, Anaheim. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. today and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday. $6 for adults; $3.50 for seniors; children 12 and younger get in free. (714) 418-2000. Holiday Marketplace: Today. Coastline Community College Student Advisory Council, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Garden Grove Center, 12901 Euclid St. Free admission and parking. (714) 241-6253. Christmas Art Pottery Sale: Nov. 30-Dec. 2. Orange Coast College, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
NEWS
July 10, 1986 | JAY GOLDMAN, Times Staff Writer
The Santa Monica City Council will decide whether to demolish or renovate the city's 4,500-seat Civic Auditorium as part of a plan to develop the 11-acre auditorium site near City Hall. The council Tuesday received a preliminary report containing four plans calling for various combinations of office buildings, a hotel, a museum, a conference center, a playhouse, parking garages and open space and, in two of the plans, demolition of the auditorium.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 13, 2010 | By Steve Chawkins
Before last May, neighbors in the upscale Ventura County community of Faria Beach didn't have much reason to think they were unsafe. On one side, they were guarded by electronic gates. On the other side, the ocean lapped at their sea walls. At low tide, strollers greeted one another on the magnificent shoreline six miles up the coast from Ventura. But on the night of May 20, an intruder walked through an open terrace door and stabbed a man and his pregnant wife to death. Their two children, ages 9 and 11, were in the house when the attacker entered.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 15, 2012 | By Reed Johnson, Los Angeles Times
Technology is messing with John Hurt's head. His rental cellphone is ringing like mad, but when he tries to answer it, no one's there. "Four new messages!" the British actor exclaims, scrutinizing the phone's display screen as if it were written in Sanskrit. "What's going on?" Krapp would sympathize. In "Krapp's Last Tape," Samuel Beckett's quietly devastating one-act memory play, an isolated old man, a writer named Krapp, squares off with another confounding technological contraption: a reel-to-reel tape recorder.
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