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May 11, 1989 | TRACY L. SHRYER, Times Staff Writer
There will be a touch of disappointment today when films and videos dealing with issues important to the aged are honored at the fifth annual Retirement Research Foundation National Media Awards. Never before has the engraved porcelain Owl and the $5,000 first-place prize for theatrical fiction gone unawarded. Three honorable mentions--one in theatrical fiction and two in other categories--will not be awarded either. "We didn't find a film that met 100% of the criteria," Marilyn Hennessy, the foundation's senior vice president, explained about the theatrical fiction category.
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May 11, 1989 | TRACY L. SHRYER, Times Staff Writer
There will be a touch of disappointment today when films and videos dealing with issues important to the aged are honored at the fifth annual Retirement Research Foundation National Media Awards. Never before has the engraved porcelain Owl and the $5,000 first-place prize for theatrical fiction gone unawarded. Three honorable mentions--one in theatrical fiction and two in other categories--will not be awarded either. "We didn't find a film that met 100% of the criteria," Marilyn Hennessy, the foundation's senior vice president, explained about the theatrical fiction category.
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ENTERTAINMENT
November 1, 1989 | MARTIN ZIMMERMAN
"Out of the Dumps," the latest episode of the KCET series "By the Year 2000," airing at 7:30 tonight on Channel 28, takes a quick look at Los Angeles' garbage crisis. And, while adding nothing new to the discussion, it is a timely reminder that this growing problem will not go away on its own. Los Angeles County is throwing away 50,000 tons of garbage a day, enough to fill the Queen Mary--a rate that will soon exhaust the county's capacity to handle its daily waste.
SPORTS
July 27, 1993 | THERESA MUNOZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mike Lee of Simi Valley suffered a fractured larynx when he was hit in the throat with the ball Saturday night in a U.S. Olympic Festival field hockey game. Lee's injury is similar to the one incurred by The Masters' College basketball player Phil Sanson, but it not as severe. Lee, 28, does not have respiratory problems and his ability to speak is improving. He was released from the intensive-care unit of Baptist Hospital Monday and referred to UCLA specialist Thomas Calcaterra.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 13, 1988 | BILL STEIGERWALD
Do you plan to be old someday? Then you should probably check out "The Cost of Caring," tonight's informative edition of KCET's "California Stories" series (7:35 p.m.) that begins a week of special programming on financial problems associated with long-term health care for the elderly. By the year 2020, one in four Californians will be over 65.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1998 | CATHY MURILLO
A humorous animal show spoofing popular TV shows and movies was the highlight of a Spring Spectacular fund-raiser sponsored by America's Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College this weekend. This year's fund-raiser, which began March 14 and concluded Sunday, raised nearly $25,000--a quarter of the money needed to feed the animals and pay their veterinarian bills during the year. During the event's two weekends, more than 3,000 people visited the teaching zoo.
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April 6, 1990 | DIANE HAITHMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If you live in the Los Angeles area and your household income falls between $15,000 and $50,000, you could become a dinosaur, says Steve Talley, producer of tonight's segment of "By the Year 2000" on KCET Channel 28. "Dinosaur" is the word Talley uses to describe some members of Los Angeles' vanishing middle class.
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September 1, 2002 | SUZIE ST. JOHN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Nine months into the restoration of the Glen Tavern Inn, new owner Steve Talley is confident he can return the historic Santa Paula hotel to its former splendor. Once a haven for movie stars and oil tycoons, the 46-room hotel recently reopened after being closed for 10 years. City officials and local historians have great expectations for its future. "There is a lot of affection for this hotel in the community," said historian Mitch Stone of San Buenaventura Research Associates in Santa Paula.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 12, 2012
First-time feature director Kat Coiro gives an oft-tread story a snappy new spin in the hip and enjoyable comedy "Life Happens. " After underdog Kim (an endearing Krysten Ritter) loses out for the last nearby condom to brasher roommate Deena (Kate Bosworth, also fine) during the BFF's simultaneous one-night stands, Kim ends up a devoted but ill-prepared mother of a baby boy. With the child's me-first, surf star dad (Rhys Coiro, Kat's husband) decidedly absent, Kim must navigate the demands of single motherhood, her thankless job assisting a hellish canine patron (Kristen Johnston)
FOOD
May 3, 2006 | Corie Brown, Times Staff Writer
STANDING on his family's Stone Corral field five years ago, Brian Talley could feel the midday sun on the southeast-facing hillside; the afternoon ocean breezes rushed up from Morro Bay. He knew these 27 acres of sandy loam would be perfect for growing grapes to make world-class Pinot Noir.
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