CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 10, 1998 |
Some of the funniest women in Los Angeles are taking the stage on Sunday afternoons this month to raise money for domestic-violence shelters and programs established by the Theatre of Hope for Abused Women. Heidi Joyce, creator and host of "Stand Up Against Domestic Violence," said she initiated the semiannual, all-female stand-up comedy show last year to raise awareness of domestic violence and the emotional devastation it causes.
June 19, 1994 |
On any given day, David Rambeau can peer through his second-story office window overlooking a trash-filled, urine-stained Skid Row back alley and point out a drug dealer. "The drug dealers make a lot of money down here," he said. "There are so many people using drugs down here because it's easy to get. This area is really a pocket for drugs." Some of the drug dealers' clients are Rambeau's clients. Rambeau, 47, a Paiute Indian, runs United American Indian Involvement Inc.