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November 3, 1991
The article is half-false--half-false because there are fistfights now and then, but not every day. There is graffiti here and there, but surely not enough to make a person feel unsafe. JUAN GUZMAN
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March 11, 1993 | TODD EVERETT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Some productions of Del Shores' "Daddy's Dyin', Who's Got the Will?" offer an audience little more than the sort of shallow look at Southern American culture that begins and ends with trailer parks and people named "Bubba." Those same elements are evident in the production by Moorpark College's theater arts department, but faculty director Les Wieder and his able cast find a level or two beneath the stereotypes, thus bringing the play closer to "Designing Women" than to "Mama's Family."
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NEWS
February 16, 1990
Another provocative article dealt with the emotionally immature Jewish male and female who need a non-Jewish partner to validate their fragile egos or eliminate the stress for performance success. The fact that the first paragraph refers to those well-known partnerships of Stuart Markowitz and Ann Kelsey ("L.A. Law") and of Michael and Hope Steadman ("thirtysomething") merely indicates that intermarriage is so much a fact of contemporary American society that it is commercially acceptable for prime-time television.
NEWS
November 3, 1991
The article is half-false--half-false because there are fistfights now and then, but not every day. There is graffiti here and there, but surely not enough to make a person feel unsafe. JUAN GUZMAN
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