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June 2, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
Herself the owner of a border collie mix, a volunteer at a canine rescue organization and a regular participant in a dog play group, Susan Goldberg told me, "I'm the epitome of my own demographic." By that she means the demographic of K9 Water Co., the Valencia firm she started two years ago to sell flavored and enriched bottled water for dogs.
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June 2, 2005 | Michael Hiltzik
Herself the owner of a border collie mix, a volunteer at a canine rescue organization and a regular participant in a dog play group, Susan Goldberg told me, "I'm the epitome of my own demographic." By that she means the demographic of K9 Water Co., the Valencia firm she started two years ago to sell flavored and enriched bottled water for dogs.
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December 16, 1995
A renovated and expanded Angeles Mesa Branch library opened its doors to Crenshaw district residents Friday. The historic building, which was closed in 1992 because it did not meet earthquake standards, was dedicated as a library in 1928, said Susan Goldberg Kent, the city librarian. The $1.2 million renovation was made possible by the passage of Proposition 1, the 1989 library bond issue, and a federal housing and community development block grant, she said.
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December 13, 2008 | associated press
A longtime reviewer sued his newspaper and the Cleveland Orchestra, charging that he was removed from his beat because of critical coverage of the conductor. The lawsuit filed this week by Donald Rosenberg said the orchestra lobbied to get him reassigned and the Plain Dealer, Ohio's largest newspaper, breached its commitment to independence by caving in to outside pressure. The suit seeks more than $50,000 in damages but stops short of asking for his return to the orchestra beat.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 1991
More than 20 university and high school students rallied in front of the state office building in Los Angeles on Friday to urge Gov. Pete Wilson to increase funding for the Los Angeles Unified School District. Facing rising expenses and a drop in state funding, the school board has been forced to reduce its budget by $274 million this year, largely by cutting employees' salaries, increasing class size and slashing campus spending.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 1995
The panel overseeing Los Angeles' public libraries on Monday chose Minneapolis' top librarian to head the mammoth system. Susan Goldberg Kent, 50, director of the Minneapolis Public Library, is scheduled to start her new job on Feb. 27, pending the expected approval of the City Council. She was appointed to the $120,000-a-year post by the Los Angeles Board of Library Commissioners.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 7, 1994
The director of the Minneapolis Public Library will become Los Angeles' new city librarian, officials have announced. Susan Goldberg Kent will succeed Elizabeth Martinez, who left this year to become executive director of the American Library Assn. As head of the Los Angeles Public Library, Kent will oversee the renovated and expanded Central Library, 66 branches, four bookmobiles and a $37.4-million operating budget.
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June 4, 1995
Penn Jillette, half of Penn and Teller: Jonathan Weiner's "Beak of the Finch," even though I don't have next week off. Teller, the smaller, quieter half: "the vintage Menchem," a zippy collection of piguant essays by a writer I intend to idolize. John fleck, Performance arrtist/actor: "Nothing specil: Living Zen," by Charlotte Joko Beck and "Angels in the Forest," by; Marguerite Young. Mark Ridley-Thomas, L.A.
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August 22, 1995 | JEAN MERL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A modest fund-raising pitch enclosed in more than 1 million Department of Water and Power bills last fall paid off handsomely in contributions to the Los Angeles Public Library, officials said Monday. More than 21,000 DWP customers opened their checkbooks to make donations totaling $222,480, City Librarian Susan Goldberg Kent said in a report to the Library Commission.
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January 28, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Groundbreaking took place Monday on a two-year project to replace the old Panorama City Library with a new $4-million, state-of-the-art facility. The 12,500-square-foot structure, which will be twice as large as the one it replaces, will include an electronic library with multimedia work stations linking it to the Central Library downtown and a vast array of databases, officials said.
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September 25, 1995 | TIM MAY
The long-awaited new Sunland-Tujunga Branch Public Library will open for business Saturday at 7771 Foothill Blvd. The 10,500-square-foot facility was built on the site of the former library. That building, constructed in 1952, was about 4,500 square feet and was "just too small to meet the needs of the community," a Los Angeles city library official said.
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