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August 2, 1986
I enjoy and look forward to Larry Stewart's column every Friday. It is always interesting and informative. I do not, however, understand why even one inch of space was devoted to Fresno sportscaster Mike Bryant. The story was neither newsworthy nor noteworthy; rather, it brought attention to a man who deserves none. STEPHANIE PALMER Valencia
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October 2, 2005 | Leslie Gornstein, Special to The Times
SITTING in a bright little one-room office in West Los Angeles, Converse sneakers twitching, baseball cap perched over a pair of furrowed eyebrows, a young filmmaker named Kelly Nyks stretches his two hands in front of him, grasping, literally, at air. "Well ... ," he says. Silence.
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October 2, 2005 | Leslie Gornstein, Special to The Times
SITTING in a bright little one-room office in West Los Angeles, Converse sneakers twitching, baseball cap perched over a pair of furrowed eyebrows, a young filmmaker named Kelly Nyks stretches his two hands in front of him, grasping, literally, at air. "Well ... ," he says. Silence.
SPORTS
August 2, 1986
I enjoy and look forward to Larry Stewart's column every Friday. It is always interesting and informative. I do not, however, understand why even one inch of space was devoted to Fresno sportscaster Mike Bryant. The story was neither newsworthy nor noteworthy; rather, it brought attention to a man who deserves none. STEPHANIE PALMER Valencia
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1986
I understand the nature of politics and the reasons that politicians sometimes reverse their positions on certain issues to "more accurately reflect their constituency." I have been a Tom Bradley supporter since his first mayoral campaign. I am increasingly troubled, however, by his lack of conscience and integrity as reflected by his sudden opposition to gun control. It is one thing to run for mayor with a pledge to serve four years and then change your mind. It is one thing to oppose Pacific Palisades drilling and then change your mind.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1994
A North Hollywood middle school teacher and six other men pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Van Nuys Municipal Court to charges that they killed a Reseda man who accidentally drove into a parked pickup truck owned by a guest attending a party in the teacher's apartment. Many of the guests were gang members and teen-agers who were drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana, Los Angeles police said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1993 | JEFF McDONALD
A 24-year-old Ventura man was ordered to Superior Court on Monday after a judge ruled there is sufficient evidence to try him on charges of attempted murder and the rape of a 14-year-old girl. Dallas Keith Carter, his girlfriend, and the 14-year-old girl attended a party on the evening of April 21, but Carter left early with the 14-year-old, said Stephanie Palmer, Carter's girlfriend. Palmer said the girl "looked beat up" by the time Palmer saw her again, about 3 o'clock the next morning.
OPINION
November 22, 2003
I am outraged at "Halfway Through Hahn" (editorial, Nov. 16), which calls our mayor "invisible" and "focused on raising funds." As president of the West L.A. Chamber of Commerce, a local business owner and a Los Angeles citizen quite familiar with City Hall, I say with the utmost confidence that Mayor James Hahn has done more in his first two years for public safety, businesses and our local neighborhoods than most politicians do their entire terms....
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December 20, 2007 | Mary Rourke, Times Staff Writer
Judith Meuli, a feminist organizer who helped found the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization for Women and the Feminist Majority Foundation, died Friday at her home in the San Fernando Valley. She was 69. The cause was multiple myeloma, according to Peg Yorkin, a longtime colleague in the feminist movement.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1994 | TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Those who knew Denneth Thaddeus Jackson as a North Hollywood middle school teacher are struggling to reconcile their memories of a supportive and fiercely moral role model for his students with the Jackson arraigned Tuesday for allegedly helping gang members beat a man to death after a minor traffic accident.
NEWS
December 9, 1996 | From Associated Press
A volunteer during the Afghan civil war, a Harvard student who worked in South African black townships and a water polo-playing physicist are among 32 Americans named as 1997's Rhodes scholars. "I feel incredibly honored," Kweli Ebon Washington said Sunday from Boston. Washington, who went to Harvard from Berkeley, Calif., is an anthropology and social studies major who is a writer and editor for two campus publications.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 20, 1989 | KEVIN BRASS
Jessica Hahn was named "Theologian of the Year" last week by Fundamentalists Anonymous, a satirical El Cajon-based group, which might have explained the line of people near the "Lords of Limo" display Sunday at the 35th annual San Diego Car Show at the Del Mar Fairgrounds. Hahn, the woman who brought a new meaning to the term church secretary, was on hand to sign autographs and help patrons with any spiritual problems.
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