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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1994
A 40-year-old Woodland Hills man was sentenced Monday to 16 months in jail for sexually annoying a 14-year-old baby-sitter and for making annoying telephone calls to his former girlfriend. Van Nuys Municipal Court Judge Gregg Marcus sentenced Steven Klein, who pleaded no contest to a single charge of child-annoying in connection with the baby-sitter and four counts of making annoying calls to the former girlfriend.
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August 2, 2005 | Chris Lee, Special to The Times
In April, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and photographer Steven Klein drove from Los Angeles to Palm Springs to snap a few pictures for W magazine. Leading up to the shoot, Pitt had approached Klein, a top fashion photographer, with the idea of an artistic collaboration. "Brad wanted to explore the notion of the perfect couple at home," Klein said. "It was all about examining this facade -- and looking at the cracks."
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August 2, 2005 | Chris Lee, Special to The Times
In April, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and photographer Steven Klein drove from Los Angeles to Palm Springs to snap a few pictures for W magazine. Leading up to the shoot, Pitt had approached Klein, a top fashion photographer, with the idea of an artistic collaboration. "Brad wanted to explore the notion of the perfect couple at home," Klein said. "It was all about examining this facade -- and looking at the cracks."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1994
A 40-year-old Woodland Hills man was sentenced Monday to 16 months in jail for sexually annoying a 14-year-old baby-sitter and for making annoying telephone calls to his former girlfriend. Van Nuys Municipal Court Judge Gregg Marcus sentenced Steven Klein, who pleaded no contest to a single charge of child-annoying in connection with the baby-sitter and four counts of making annoying calls to the former girlfriend.
NEWS
April 21, 2013
This week our SoCal Garden Clinic turns to problematic avocado trees: Question from reader Steven Klein of Malibu: In November 2011, I planted a 3-gallon Lamb Hass avocado tree on a slope with full sun about 90% of the day. Despite my ineptitude, this tree continues to survive, although it has lost several branches and 65% of its leaves. There is some sign of new growth, and I would like to help it along, even though it may take several years. A similar mature avocado tree existed in the same general location for years and did well with almost no care until it was consumed by fire.
NEWS
July 23, 1992
I'm writing in response to James Rainey's article "3 Groups Sue to Halt Fox Condo Plans" (July 9). As a longtime resident of the Westside, I believe Fox Studio to be one of the greatest cultural and economic assets to our community. I am extremely disappointed with the actions of the small, politically motivated opposition group, which has filed another frivolous lawsuit (the first one was thrown out of court) against the city of Los Angeles for granting the studio an extension to the existing condo tract map. This handful of naive individuals hardly represents their homeowners groups.
BUSINESS
July 28, 1991
As president of Friends of Fox, a volunteer, community-based support group for the 20th Century Fox studio, I have come across only a handful of people who object to plans to renovate and expand its Century City lot, "Fox Must Clear Zoning Hurdle to Renovate Site" (July 17). The overwhelming majority of the community surrounding the studio not only strongly supports the plans but also has a hard time figuring out why anyone would oppose it. We have collected about 750 signatures from people who want to keep Fox in our neighborhood and who are willing to say so publicly.
OPINION
January 27, 2002
Re "Council Split Over Call to Ban Billboards," Jan. 23: Billboards are nothing more than a crass, vulgar form of commercialism and do nothing but show what a lack of taste and appreciation we have for the beautiful part of the world we live in. They are ugly and a distraction to motorists. At a time in our history when there are so many other forms of media available to business, this form of advertisement has in fact been rendered obsolete. There is no longer a reason to trade the lost beauty of our skyline for the sake of promoting a product.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 17, 2004 | David C. Nichols, Special to The Times
Human truth hides amid the bright invention of "An Infinite Ache" in its local premiere at the Black Dahlia. David Schulner's mercurial study of a modern marriage is a deft populist construct with wisdom at its core. "Ache" concerns Charles (Steven Klein) and Hope (Suzy Nakamura), introduced at his L.A. studio apartment. Their first date has been a bust, and the strained banter bodes ill for a future together.
TRAVEL
August 20, 1995
I always read the Travel section because I usually find stories with interesting content, good writing, and great photos. But "Motel to Motel on a Budget--America All the Way"(July 2) really let me down. I cannot understand why four of the eight pictures were taken in Pennsylvania. For the photo captions to mention only one state after a writer crossed the country--covering 4,411 miles--seems pretty puzzling. West Virginia, Nevada, Colorado and Illinois all are in the story. How about a picture?
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 2000 | PHILIP BRANDES
In Mark Ravenhill's stark worldview, "Shopping and F-----g" define the length and breadth of meaning in modern life. It should tell you something that I can't even print the title, much less many details, about this notorious London hit, which makes a powerful, well-performed L.A. debut at the Celebration Theatre. Suffice it to say this brutally unsentimental portrait of outcast London youths coping with various forms of addiction makes the film "Trainspotting" look like a romantic romp.
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