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BUSINESS
May 1, 1998 | PATRICE APODACA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Edwards Theatres Circuit Inc. announced plans for 82 new screens at six theater complexes in Orange County and nearby communities. The Newport Beach-based chain said it will complete in November an additional 10 screens as part of the expansion of the Tustin Marketplace, where it currently has a six-screen theater. It will also add six screens in December to the existing eight in Anaheim Hills.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 2002 | Suzie St. John, Special to The Times
The Moorpark City Council has paved the way for a health club and three-screen movie theater to move into the spot left vacant when Regal Theater shut its doors. Northern California-based developer Epic Enterprises hopes to open the theater by mid-December and a Mavericks health club by March 1. "Our goal is to open the theater in time to show the new 'Lord of the Rings' movie, which comes out Dec. 18," said Gene Campbell, general manager of Epic Enterprises.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 4, 2001 | BRENDA REES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
OK, so going to the movies isn't what it used to be. Gone are the days of lumpy seats, scratchy sound and views of the person's head in front of you. But one thing never seems to change: complaints about skyrocketing ticket prices, especially from groups and families who want an evening out catching the latest Hollywood release as they feast on popcorn, candy and soda pop.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 30, 1999 | DAVID ROSENZWEIG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Justice Department accused the AMC movie theater chain Friday of failing to provide wheelchair users access to stadium-style seating. A lawsuit filed in Los Angeles federal court charges AMC, one of the largest movie chains in the country, with violating the Americans With Disabilities Act. "This is a matter of basic fairness," said Bill Lann Lee, acting assistant attorney general for civil rights. "People who use wheelchairs go to the movies and pay the same prices as everyone else.
SPORTS
April 1, 2006 | Bill Shaikin, Times Staff Writer
With padded seats, food and drinks on the table in front of him, and the field a few feet away, Ron Eshel gave the Dodgers' new luxury boxes thumbs up. "The only thing they're missing is umbrellas," Eshel said as rain dampened Dodger Stadium before Friday's Freeway Series game against the Angels. The Dodgers unveiled new luxury seats last year too, in the same location, beyond the dugouts at field level.
SPORTS
June 10, 2009 | CHRIS ERSKINE
Ever on the lookout for that first Pulitzer, I find myself at something called Bleacher Beach at Dodger Stadium. Amazing the places investigative journalism takes you. By now, you've probably heard of Bleacher Beach. Screened from the rest of Dodger Stadium, the beach is far, far, far down the third base line, then a couple of levels up -- high as a pop fly. If I get a nosebleed here, it will no doubt drip Dodger blue.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 2009 | HECTOR TOBAR
The stars come and go. They bleed Dodger Blue one year, and another color the next. They send home runs over the fence and win a space in our hearts -- and then they do something dumb like fail a drug test. Manny Ramirez was earning $25 million this year until his suspension last week. But the Dodgers don't need to pay that money to keep this fan. What I go to Dodger Stadium to see doesn't cost owner Frank McCourt a penny. I go to Dodger Stadium for the twilight.
NEWS
March 5, 1987
Joel N. Ralph, for 15 years manager of Philadelphia's Veterans and Kennedy stadiums, was appointed Wednesday by the Coliseum Commission as new general manager of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. No salary was disclosed. The commission put off for another week any decision on what to do about reconfiguring the stadium seating and resuming construction of luxury boxes.
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