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April 6, 2003 | Lauren Sandler
Back in 1995, fresh from his runaway success directing "Hoop Dreams," documentary filmmaker Steve James decided to focus his camera on a more personal project. As a college student, James had been a Big Brother to a troubled kid named Stevie in rural Illinois. Ten years had passed since James had been in touch with Stevie, and he wanted to reconnect and make a film about what had happened to his former mentee, now a convicted criminal in his mid-20s living with his step-grandmother. During the course of filming, Stevie had his most egregious run-in with the law yet -- he was accused of molesting his 8-year old cousin.
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August 1, 1999 | BETTIJANE LEVINE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
She came out of nowhere and blew them all away. That's the word on Stevie Case, 22, a.k.a. KillCreek--the cyber world's first chick game champ. Yes, Stevie is a girl. This won't mean much to lovers of sunny, outdoor sports. But in the vast, dark netherworld of those obsessed with electronic "shooters" and "kills," less than 10% of all serious gamers are girls, according to Electronic Gaming Monthly magazine.
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