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May 24, 2001 | SHEENA METAL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Maybe it's just me, but the change in seasons always prompts contemplation of my surroundings, a mental check to remind myself why I still live in Los Angeles. As I drive down a very crowded Wilshire Boulevard en route to KLSX from my home in the San Fernando Valley, lanes full of sport utility vehicles pass me, drivers steering with their elbows as they juggle cellular phones and nonfat lattes through yellow-turning-red lights. These are the times that I ask myself, "Why do I live here?"
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January 24, 1993 | RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD, with staff reports
CHARGE IT!: For the past couple of weeks rumors have wafted through Carson City Hall regarding Councilman Peter Fajardo's use of his city-issued credit card for personal expenses. Calling Carson's City Hall a rumor mill seems an understatement, but there was actually truth to this tidbit. On Friday an anonymous fax arrived at the Times' South Bay office, outlining Fajardo's credit card charges of a $2,000 cash advance and $130 for tires--neither related to city business.
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March 11, 2002 | MIMI AVINS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An unending stream of sitcom reruns plays on television every night, but in Los Angeles, some people prefer to go out and search for laughs, even on a dark and stormy night. On Wednesday, an audience of 140 mostly young men and women braved rain-slicked streets to see an array of all-female comics perform at the Laugh Factory.
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October 1, 2000 | MIMI AVINS, Mimi Avins is a Times staff writer
All the rotten boyfriends, the mediocre sex and humiliating breakups, the descent into financial valleys and professional pits were all worth it, because now, at 33, Sheena and Sam are women with experience. Now that they have their own radio talk show, it seems that every moment of their personal histories, no matter how silly, sordid, sensual, or nearly unbelievable, happened for a purpose.
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