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February 6, 2001 | ROBERTO J. MANZANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nobody would mistake Steve Hall for Yanni. In fact, the bespectacled pianist looks a great deal like a banker--which is precisely what he was for 23 years before a midlife career change. Yet, Hall, 52, is one of the most successful artists in an unusual niche in the music business: easy-listening albums sold in gift stores and played over retailers' public address systems, known as "play-and-sell" music.
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OPINION
September 25, 2005
Re "California's Levees Are in Sorry Shape," Sept. 19 The Delta is increasingly vulnerable, and it's time to do something about it. In our recently published report, the Assn. of California Water Agencies called on Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to assemble a panel of experts to evaluate long-term risks in the Delta and recommend solutions. The answers are not likely to be cheap or politically easy. But dealing with the aftermath of a catastrophic flood is no bargain, as New Orleans is finding out now. Meanwhile, with 48 million Californians expected by 2030 and potentially bigger floods looming as a result of climate changes, the stakes are getting higher every day. STEVE HALL Executive Director Assn.
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OPINION
September 25, 2005
Re "California's Levees Are in Sorry Shape," Sept. 19 The Delta is increasingly vulnerable, and it's time to do something about it. In our recently published report, the Assn. of California Water Agencies called on Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to assemble a panel of experts to evaluate long-term risks in the Delta and recommend solutions. The answers are not likely to be cheap or politically easy. But dealing with the aftermath of a catastrophic flood is no bargain, as New Orleans is finding out now. Meanwhile, with 48 million Californians expected by 2030 and potentially bigger floods looming as a result of climate changes, the stakes are getting higher every day. STEVE HALL Executive Director Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 6, 2001 | ROBERTO J. MANZANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Nobody would mistake Steve Hall for Yanni. In fact, the bespectacled pianist looks a great deal like a banker--which is precisely what he was for 23 years before a midlife career change. Yet, Hall, 52, is one of the most successful artists in an unusual niche in the music business: easy-listening albums sold in gift stores and played over retailers' public address systems, known as "play-and-sell" music.
NEWS
April 15, 1990 | NORA ZAMICHOW and RICHARD SERRANO, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A man apparently distraught over the death early Saturday morning of his father at the Mission Bay Memorial Hospital returned with a handgun later in the day and sprayed the emergency room with bullets, police said, killing a nurse and a hospital trainee and wounding two others--a doctor and the father of a patient. The man identified by police as Bradford Warren Powers Jr., 46, of La Jolla, called police from a pay phone about an hour after the 5 p.m. shooting and turned himself in.
SPORTS
January 24, 1986
Steve Hall, defensive back coach at Cal State Fullerton for the past three seasons, has been named the Titans' defensive coordinator by Coach Gene Murphy. Hall will fill the position vacated by Bob Burt, who was named head coach at Cal State Northridge Friday.
SPORTS
September 12, 1992 | JAMES HERRON ZAMORA
Burbank 28, Hoover 21--Steve Hall caught a 17-yard touchdown pass from Brian Casey with 33 seconds to play, giving the visiting Bulldogs the victory. Hall's score came just 33 seconds after Nathan Dishington had passed eight yards to Israel Segura to give Hoover a 21-21.
SPORTS
August 21, 1987
Cal State Fullerton football player Ted Hinton, a three-year letterman and projected starter at outside linebacker, will undergo arthroscopic surgery Monday to remove torn cartilage from his right knee. He is expected to miss the Titans' season opener at Hawaii Sept. 5, and he could be out two to six weeks from the time of surgery. Hinton, a senior, was second on the team in tackles with 75 in 1985, but troubles with his knee limited his playing time last year, when he finished with 27.
NEWS
July 22, 1987 | Associated Press
A shortage of wild berries in Maine's forests has drawn hungry black bears into this hunting and fishing town, where they have raided trash cans and tried to claw their way into cottages. One woman in town "woke up the other night and a bear was looking right through the screen at her," said Lt. Steve Hall of the Maine Warden Service. Another brazen bruin tried to get into a cooking shed at a campground, but the person inside "screamed and hollered and he took off," said Hall.
SPORTS
July 19, 1988 | ROBYN NORWOOD
Cal State Fullerton, which lost a football game to Florida by 65 points last season, may take a few pages from the Gator playbook this season. Fullerton, seeking a replacement for longtime offensive coordinator Jerry Brown, is close to hiring former Florida offensive assistant Mike Heimerdinger, athletic department sources said.
OPINION
March 15, 2003
Re "Fear Factor," Commentary, March 10: Yes, I try to stay out of the sun and drive carefully; I stopped smoking years ago, and I try to lose weight. But I also have already stocked emergency supplies and duct tape, a good thing for the next earthquake or chemicals from a train wreck, and I'm sorry it takes a threat of terrorism to make people be good citizens and be prepared. I'm not worried about my minimal chances of being a terrorist victim, but I am worried about my fellow citizens here and abroad who potentially will be if we sit on our hands and do nothing proactively.
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