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March 3, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Exxon Corp. suspended all tanker and barge operations at its massive Bayway Refinery and Bayonne Terminal pending an investigation into the second major oil spill in three months in a busy waterway separating New York and New Jersey. Cleanup crews finished mopping up a spill of 3,500 gallons of heavy oil into the Arthur Kill waterway, and Capt. Robert North, Coast Guard captain of the Port of New York, reported there was "no free-floating oil seen anywhere in the harbor or in Arthur Kill."
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March 2, 2014 | By Rick Rojas
PALM SPRINGS - On a bright and breezy afternoon, the continuous stream of tourists queued up on a bustling downtown corner for their moment with Marilyn. The icon loomed some 26 feet high in a re-creation of that classic image of Monroe in the air-blown white dress. She seemed blissfully oblivious as one person after another posed between her legs, resting a hand on her calf. A few climbed up onto her stilettos. "It's always like this!" Mayor Steve Pougnet said, standing amid the crowd that had assembled on a weekday afternoon.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 2, 2014 | By Rick Rojas
PALM SPRINGS - On a bright and breezy afternoon, the continuous stream of tourists queued up on a bustling downtown corner for their moment with Marilyn. The icon loomed some 26 feet high in a re-creation of that classic image of Monroe in the air-blown white dress. She seemed blissfully oblivious as one person after another posed between her legs, resting a hand on her calf. A few climbed up onto her stilettos. "It's always like this!" Mayor Steve Pougnet said, standing amid the crowd that had assembled on a weekday afternoon.
NEWS
March 3, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Exxon Corp. suspended all tanker and barge operations at its massive Bayway Refinery and Bayonne Terminal pending an investigation into the second major oil spill in three months in a busy waterway separating New York and New Jersey. Cleanup crews finished mopping up a spill of 3,500 gallons of heavy oil into the Arthur Kill waterway, and Capt. Robert North, Coast Guard captain of the Port of New York, reported there was "no free-floating oil seen anywhere in the harbor or in Arthur Kill."
SPORTS
September 7, 2002 | BOB MIESZERSKI
Trainer Neil Drysdale has an opportunity to win graded races at Del Mar and Belmont Park today. Winning in New York wouldn't be too much of a surprise. Winning in California would be an upset. Bella Bellucci will try again for her first Grade I victory in the $250,000 Gazelle Handicap at Belmont Park. Hours later, Golden Arrow will be looking for his first stakes victory in the $300,000 Del Mar Derby, a Grade II at 1 1/8 miles on turf.
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