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November 10, 1991 | ZAN STEWART
*** Stephen Scott, "Something to Consider," Verve Records. While the 22-year-old modern mainstream pianist-composer--heard in solo, trio, quartet, quintet and sextet contexts--does not yet have his own voice either as soloist or composer, he's on his way. The album includes eight Scott originals--the spritely "Steps, Paths and Journeys" and delicate "No More Misunderstandings" stand out. The soloists--Joe Henderson, Roy Hargrove and Craig Handy, among them--add bite.
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September 1, 2013 | By Steve Dilbeck
The first of September arrived and the Dodgers wasted no time in calling up reserves. They leave after Sunday afternoon's game against the Padres for Denver, but fresh troops arrived in Los Angeles immediately, not bothering to wait and join the team in Colorado, as newbie Dodger Michael Young will . Five arrived from triple-A Albuquerque, four of the familiar variety. In the clubhouse in time for Sunday's game were right-handers Stephen Fife and Peter Moylan, infielder Dee Gordon, outfielder Scott Van Slyke and catcher Drew Butera.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 2, 1993 | DON HECKMAN
STEPHEN SCOTT "Aminah's Dream" Verve * * * At the still-youthful age of 23, pianist-composer Scott is beginning to make a convincing case for himself as one of the likely jazz MVPs of the '90s. Working here with the world-class rhythm team of Elvin Jones and Ron Carter, Scott plays every note with a buoyant sense of joy and enthusiasm.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 21, 1997 | BILL KOHLHAASE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On Wednesday, the same night that veteran pianist Chick Corea was looking to the music of Bud Powell for inspiration on the Sunset Strip, his younger colleague Stephen Scott was proving himself to be very much his own man. Scott's first night of a two-night stand leading a trio at the Jazz Bakery was marked by his emphatic individuality in both playing and composing.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 21, 1997 | BILL KOHLHAASE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On Wednesday, the same night that veteran pianist Chick Corea was looking to the music of Bud Powell for inspiration on the Sunset Strip, his younger colleague Stephen Scott was proving himself to be very much his own man. Scott's first night of a two-night stand leading a trio at the Jazz Bakery was marked by his emphatic individuality in both playing and composing.
SPORTS
September 1, 2013 | By Steve Dilbeck
The first of September arrived and the Dodgers wasted no time in calling up reserves. They leave after Sunday afternoon's game against the Padres for Denver, but fresh troops arrived in Los Angeles immediately, not bothering to wait and join the team in Colorado, as newbie Dodger Michael Young will . Five arrived from triple-A Albuquerque, four of the familiar variety. In the clubhouse in time for Sunday's game were right-handers Stephen Fife and Peter Moylan, infielder Dee Gordon, outfielder Scott Van Slyke and catcher Drew Butera.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 8, 1996 | Josef Woodard, Josef Woodard is an occasional contributor to Calendar
Callers to composer Stephen Scott's home in Colorado Springs, Colo., might be greeted by a peculiar voice calling itself Macintosh and digitally vocalizing a script in wry, robotic tones. To those unfamiliar with Scott's musical m.o., this first impression would be misleading: Scott, the king of the bowed piano, is anything but a technophile geek. This experimentalist's creative domain is all about the splendor of the acoustic piano, revisited.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 3, 2004 | Deborah Schoch, Julie Tamaki and Monte Morin, Times Staff Writers
Stephen "Scott" Helvenston was Hollywood's image of a soldier -- blond, bronzed and broad shouldered. In fact, the 38-year-old former Navy SEAL trained health-conscious Californians how to pump iron like commandos and coached movie stars to play the role of combat-ready recruits.
NEWS
September 11, 1989 | From United Press International
Fire investigators combed through a downtown building Sunday where they believe a fatal blaze began and spread to four other structures on this resort island. The fire raged for six hours Saturday on the island's main street, killing Michelle Ann Krizan, 21, of Kentwood, and Stephen Scott Kinney, 22, of Muskegon, both employees on the island.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 8, 1996 | Josef Woodard, Josef Woodard is an occasional contributor to Calendar
Callers to composer Stephen Scott's home in Colorado Springs, Colo., might be greeted by a peculiar voice calling itself Macintosh and digitally vocalizing a script in wry, robotic tones. To those unfamiliar with Scott's musical m.o., this first impression would be misleading: Scott, the king of the bowed piano, is anything but a technophile geek. This experimentalist's creative domain is all about the splendor of the acoustic piano, revisited.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 2, 1993 | DON HECKMAN
STEPHEN SCOTT "Aminah's Dream" Verve * * * At the still-youthful age of 23, pianist-composer Scott is beginning to make a convincing case for himself as one of the likely jazz MVPs of the '90s. Working here with the world-class rhythm team of Elvin Jones and Ron Carter, Scott plays every note with a buoyant sense of joy and enthusiasm.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 10, 1991 | ZAN STEWART
*** Stephen Scott, "Something to Consider," Verve Records. While the 22-year-old modern mainstream pianist-composer--heard in solo, trio, quartet, quintet and sextet contexts--does not yet have his own voice either as soloist or composer, he's on his way. The album includes eight Scott originals--the spritely "Steps, Paths and Journeys" and delicate "No More Misunderstandings" stand out. The soloists--Joe Henderson, Roy Hargrove and Craig Handy, among them--add bite.
NEWS
September 10, 1989
A fire raged for six hours on Mackinac Island's main street, killing two island employees, damaging a number of small stores and forcing authorities to close the popular Michigan tourist site. The victims were found in the rubble of The LaSalle, a three-story frame apartment building where island workers live, authorities said. The dead, two Michigan residents who work on the island, were identified as Michelle Ann Krizan, 21, of Kentwood, and Stephen Scott Kinney, 22, of Muskegon.
REAL ESTATE
March 31, 1985
Work has begun on the $5-million Towne & Country Apartments, called "the largest rental complex built in Fallbrook since 1978" by its developers-Stephen Quinn, Scott Monroe, Larry Sillman and Bruce Wyman. Harper Development & Construction Co. of San Diego is building the 87-unit project.
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