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June 10, 1989 | From Associated Press
A gunman took eight people hostage in the visitor's center at the Old Faithful complex in Yellowstone National Park on Friday, but released them unharmed, the National Park Service said. The man surrendered to park rangers a few hours later. The eight hostages were freed about 6 p.m., almost three hours after the man, identified as Brett Hartley, 18, of Baton Rouge, La., drew a handgun at the visitor's center, said Interior Department spokesman Steve Goldstein. No shots were fired.
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January 25, 2006 | Eric Sondheimer
For those who want to see fans shaking their heads in astonishment, go watch Ben Brekke of Pasadena La Salle play basketball. "Your eyes will bulge out when you see where he shoots from," his coach, Steve Goldstein, said. As soon as Brekke dribbles past half court, he's a threat to shoot. Honest. "If I pass half court and no one is guarding me, I'll shoot every time," he said. "I can make it. I practice from there."
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BUSINESS
August 17, 1991 | From Associated Press
A publisher of trade magazines has purchased S.F. and Angeles, glossy home-design and fashion monthlies that appeared doomed when their parent company went under last month. Steve Goldstein said he had purchased all of the assets "and none of the liabilities" of the two publications. A sister magazine, California, was not included in the deal. "S.F. and Angeles were pretty much where they were supposed to be, and climbing.
BUSINESS
August 17, 1991 | From Associated Press
A publisher of trade magazines has purchased S.F. and Angeles, glossy home-design and fashion monthlies that appeared doomed when their parent company went under last month. Steve Goldstein said he had purchased all of the assets "and none of the liabilities" of the two publications. A sister magazine, California, was not included in the deal. "S.F. and Angeles were pretty much where they were supposed to be, and climbing.
SPORTS
January 25, 2006 | Eric Sondheimer
For those who want to see fans shaking their heads in astonishment, go watch Ben Brekke of Pasadena La Salle play basketball. "Your eyes will bulge out when you see where he shoots from," his coach, Steve Goldstein, said. As soon as Brekke dribbles past half court, he's a threat to shoot. Honest. "If I pass half court and no one is guarding me, I'll shoot every time," he said. "I can make it. I practice from there."
SPORTS
October 6, 1988
Oak Park High has hired Todd Plattf as its girls' basketball coach, Athletic Director Steve Goldstein announced Wednesday. Plattf replaces Ann Pettit, who will remain at the school as volleyball coach. Plattf previously has coached in Pennsylvania. Oak Park competes in the Tri-Valley League.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 27, 2010
Online sites for information about Hollywood graves: Steve Goldstein's website: http://www.hollywoodforever.com "> http://www.beneathlosangeles.com. http://www.hollywoodforever.com ; http://www.pbwvmortuary.com. Besides Goldstein's site, there are also http://www.findadeath.com , http://www.cemeteryguide.com and http://www.seeingstars.com. For Karie Bible's walking tour of Hollywood Forever, go to http://www.cemeterytour.com.
SPORTS
April 18, 2002 | From staff reports
The fifth San Gabriel Valley Hall of Fame all-star basketball games will be played Friday at Pasadena City College. The girls' game begins at 6 p.m., followed by the boys' game at 8. Steve Goldstein of La Salle will coach the West boys' team and Gordon Hamlow of Rowland will coach the East. Girls' coaches are Jerry DeLaurie of Blair for the West and Robert Miller of St. Paul for the East. Admission is $7. All proceeds go to the Hall of Fame's scholar-athlete program.
NEWS
January 8, 1992 | Associated Press
The government is further scaling back conservation measures for the rare northern spotted owl in an effort to save Northwest timber jobs, congressional and other sources said. The Fish and Wildlife Service proposed in April that 11.6 million acres of Northwest forest be designated habitat critical to the owl species' survival. In August, it revised that area to about 8.2 million acres.
NEWS
June 19, 1991 | From Associated Press
Japan has agreed to a schedule of ending imports of endangered sea turtles and U.S. officials will not recommend trade sanctions, the Interior Department announced Tuesday night. The decision to end imports of the hawksbill turtle was announced last month in Tokyo, but the Japanese government did not give a timetable. Interior Department spokesman Steve Goldstein, speaking for Interior Secretary Manuel Lujan Jr. and Commerce Secretary Robert A. Mosbacher, said Japan had agreed to import only 8.
NEWS
June 10, 1989 | From Associated Press
A gunman took eight people hostage in the visitor's center at the Old Faithful complex in Yellowstone National Park on Friday, but released them unharmed, the National Park Service said. The man surrendered to park rangers a few hours later. The eight hostages were freed about 6 p.m., almost three hours after the man, identified as Brett Hartley, 18, of Baton Rouge, La., drew a handgun at the visitor's center, said Interior Department spokesman Steve Goldstein. No shots were fired.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 27, 2010 | By Susan King, Los Angeles Times
Steve Goldstein knows where all the famous bodies are buried. By day, he's a businessman who owns a payroll service. But in his off hours, he's one of Hollywood's best-known grave hunters. Author of "LA's Graveside Companion: Where the V.I.P.s R.I.P" and creator of the website http://www.beneathlosangeles.com , Goldstein knows all the stories behind the stars and their final resting places. So with Halloween approaching, what better way to spend All Hallows Eve than to visit the cemeteries to pay your respects to cinema's legends?
BUSINESS
September 13, 2001 | Reuters
Dow Jones & Co. plans to publish a complete edition of its Wall Street Journal with full circulation for today, a spokesman said one day after devastating attacks on the World Trade Center across the street from the publisher's downtown headquarters. The newspaper published an abbreviated edition Wednesday that it estimates was delivered to 85% to 90% of its subscribers. The company has not accounted yet for all its employees, said spokesman Steve Goldstein.
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