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April 27, 2007 | Kathleen Sharp, Special to The Times
Susan Diamond and her older brother Jared have been part of the intellectual and cultural scene in Los Angeles for decades. He's the much-admired geography professor at UCLA and the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Guns, Germs and Steel." She's the veteran journalist who's better known as the former Los Angeles Times consumer reporter S.J. Diamond. Now Susan Diamond has written a crime novel, "What Goes Around," just published by William Morrow.
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April 27, 2007 | Kathleen Sharp, Special to The Times
Susan Diamond and her older brother Jared have been part of the intellectual and cultural scene in Los Angeles for decades. He's the much-admired geography professor at UCLA and the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Guns, Germs and Steel." She's the veteran journalist who's better known as the former Los Angeles Times consumer reporter S.J. Diamond. Now Susan Diamond has written a crime novel, "What Goes Around," just published by William Morrow.
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February 8, 2014
Re "An uninhibited affair," Column One, Feb. 5 It's sad that your newspaper found the XBiz Awards to be noteworthy enough to cover on the front page. Is the porn business now what we uphold in our community as an important asset to our City of Angels? I am just trying to figure out what values you have. Susan Klarner Diamond Bar It was super sad to read that a 22-year-old female found it "super flattering" to have won a porn performer of the year award. Konrad Moore Bakersfield ALSO: Letters: Senioty-based teacher layoffs must go Letters: Immigration reform not a priority issue Postscript: Does the death penalty deter would-be killers?
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August 3, 1986 | BARBARA ISENBERG
It was the film "Out of Africa" that inspired my friend Judy Harris to comment that our lives would be more predictable if they had sound tracks. We would know by the music if danger, romance or miles of African coffee crops lay ahead. Her observation started me thinking. We could each have themes, like Lara in "Dr. Zhivago," that would herald our entrances (or Julie Christie's). The music could get louder as we came closer, softer as we edged away.
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June 25, 1999 | From Times Staff Writers
Dr. Louis K. Diamond, the pediatric hematologist who in 1932 recognized and first described the problem of blood group incompatibility between mother and unborn child commonly known as the Rh factor, has died. He was 97. Diamond, who worked for three universities during his 60-year academic career and helped organize the national Red Cross system for blood donations and collection, died June 14 at his home in Los Angeles.
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