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October 15, 1993 | SCOTT GLOVER
When Lyudmila Lazebnik moved from the former Soviet Union to Los Angeles in 1990 she left behind a 25-year career as a dance instructor. But Thursday, Lazebnik showed about 50 people packed into a reading room at the Los Angeles Public Library's Tarzana-Encino branch that she's making up for lost time. Her Los Angeles-based troupe, The Little Stars, delivered an invigorating hourlong performance as part of the library's celebration of cultural-awareness month.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 1993 | SCOTT GLOVER
When Lyudmila Lazebnik moved from the former Soviet Union to Los Angeles in 1990 she left behind a 25-year career as a dance instructor. But Thursday, Lazebnik showed about 50 people packed into a reading room at the Los Angeles Public Library's Tarzana-Encino branch that she's making up for lost time. Her Los Angeles-based troupe, The Little Stars, delivered an invigorating hourlong performance as part of the library's celebration of cultural-awareness month.
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October 29, 1987
After decades of sharing its identity with a vine-hopping jungle hero, Tarzana is swinging into action with its first Tarzan Movie Festival. The festival on Saturday will include a loin cloth costume contest for children, Tarzan T-shirts and posters and, of course, films featuring the fictional character. In addition, comic books with the "Me Tarzan, you Jane" dialogue printed in such languages as Swedish, Finnish and Portuguese will be given away.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1987
After decades of sharing its identity with a vine-hopping jungle hero, Tarzana is swinging into action with its first Tarzan Movie Festival. The festival on Saturday will include a loin cloth costume contest for children, Tarzan T-shirts and posters and, of course, films featuring the fictional character. In addition, comic books with the "Me Tarzan, you Jane" dialogue printed in such languages as Swedish, Finnish and Portuguese will be given away.
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