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July 9, 1989 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON
For most of the gamblers posted grimly at the tables and the slot machines, the future lay in the instant. But for the nearly 300 comedians and entertainment industry reps who convened for the Second Annual American Comedy Convention, the gamble lay in the future itself.
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July 9, 1989 | LAWRENCE CHRISTON
For most of the gamblers posted grimly at the tables and the slot machines, the future lay in the instant. But for the nearly 300 comedians and entertainment industry reps who convened for the Second Annual American Comedy Convention, the gamble lay in the future itself.
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November 17, 1988 | ESTHER SCHRADER, Times Staff Writer
In a small room at Los Angeles City College last week, a purple-stockinged dancer was somersaulting for a friend. Outside in the hall, two women discussing Ibsen and Chekhov strode quickly by, stepping around a young man constructing an almost tangible box in space with his hands. It was a typical scene at the college's Theater Academy--all high spirits and tangible energy. But in the academy's faculty offices, the mood was more somber.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 2012 | STEVE LOPEZ
It was a traffic jam; we know them all too well. But the doozy in Sherman Oaks last Monday, on the first day of school after a three-week holiday break, was particularly annoying to Alexandra Pettus. She was trying to get her son to Millikan Middle School, but every alternate route she tried was totally jammed. "I kept saying to my son, 'You're going to have to get out and walk, 'cause you'll get there quicker.' " Eventually her son did just that, and when Pettus got home, she called the school to ask what was up. Some kind of street project, she was told, but the details were sketchy.
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