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May 19, 1999 | From Associated Press
Students who lived through well-known incidents of school violence spoke in quiet, nervous tones Tuesday of shootings and bomb threats that left them scared and feeling helpless, and they urged House lawmakers to work to prevent such tragedies. The teenagers made several suggestions to a House subcommittee, ranging from more parental involvement to more opportunities for troubled students to get counseling.
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January 4, 2001
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December 16, 2000 | DAVID PAGEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Until I visited "The Miracle Half Mile: Ten Thousand Paintings by Stephen Keene," I'd never been to an exhibition where the catalog costs more than most of the works. Neither had I been to a museum where all of the art is for sale. On the honor system no less: Just slip your money through the slot in the blue box in the middle of the Santa Monica Museum of Art and take a painting (or two or three) with you. Cash and carry. It's easier than parking in a self-paying lot. No fuss.
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December 5, 2000 | LESLEE KOMAIKO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Several hundred people turned out at the Santa Monica Museum of Art on Friday night for the opening of "The Miracle Half-Mile: Ten Thousand Paintings by Stephen Keene." Most spent the first few minutes open-mouthed, dazzled by the floor-to-ceiling display of acrylic paintings and perhaps wondering, just a little, about the sanity of the man responsible.
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