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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 30, 1995
In spite of City Councilman Hal Bernson's plan to publicize the names of the customers of prostitutes, the media and some individuals will come up with any reason to keep the identity of the johns anonymous. Nothing changes! Remember the biblical woman who was dragged into the temple by the scribes and the Pharisees (male) to be publicly stoned to death because "she was caught in the act of adultery." Of course, she and her modern counterparts always commit this crime alone. ADELAIDE TATTO Pacoima
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 3, 1996
Re "An Unusual Goodbye at a Usual Haunt" (Jan. 31). If those gathered to eulogize Don Simpson agree with Linda Obst that "like Elvis, Don died on the bathroom floor for our sins," then it's time the entertainment elite stop hanging out at Morton's on Monday night and: 1. Go to the nearest church or temple of their choice. 2. Spend quality time on Roxbury Drive with Jimmy Stewart. 3. See "Babe" and realize that the best among us is a pig. GAIL COTTMAN Los Angeles
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1986
Many Los Angeles area Buddhists gathered in and around a temple in the Wilshire District on Sunday to celebrate the 2,530th anniversary of the birth of the man for whom their religion was founded. In the courtyard of the temple, once a three-story apartment building, a saffron-robed monk recited Buddhist scripture at an altar bedecked with flowers, fruit and candlesticks around a picture of the infant Buddha, standing over an open lotus flower.
SPORTS
October 12, 2009 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Woke up Sunday never expecting to see the Angels on television right after sunrise services, or these unexpected college football story lines: Oregon is 3-0 and leading the Pacific 10 Conference. That's right, the program you switched off after LeGarrette Blount's punch the Thursday before Labor Day has won five consecutive games and suddenly controls its fate in the race for at least one of this year's Rose Bowls. The Ducks came to Los Angeles without their starting quarterback and two starting cornerbacks and dumped UCLA's Bruins, 24-10.
NEWS
January 11, 2013 | By Vicki Leon
Sandy Hook. Aurora. Columbine. It's appalling, but one way to achieve fame in America is through acts of infamy. What if that weren't so? Today's media might profit by studying an example from ancient Greece on how to keep evildoers from becoming instant celebrities. The precedent sprang from a heinous crime in 356 BC that occurred in Ephesus, a magnificent city in what is now Turkey. The city's crowning glory was an Ionic temple to the Ephesian version of the Greek goddess Artemis.
OPINION
November 17, 2008
Re "Angrier response to Prop. 8 arises," Nov. 13 I have read the articles about how gay couples are distraught at the passage of Proposition 8. How about an article about how devastating it is for faithful Mormons to see their temple property trampled? Why not publish pictures showing signs reportedly held by demonstrators that read "Mormon scum"? It has been reported that donors to Proposition 8 are being blacklisted, rocks have been thrown through church windows, businesses are being boycotted and a book sacred to Mormons was found ablaze on a front porch.
WORLD
January 15, 2011 | By Mark Magnier and Anshul Rana, Los Angeles Times
An out of control vehicle on a road used by worshipers attending a major Hindu festival caused a stampede late Friday, leaving at least 60 people dead and 100 injured near the Sabarimala shrine in southern India. Authorities said they feared the death toll could increase substantially given the difficulty of getting emergency assistance into the remote area and limited communication. "It's very difficult for anyone to reach the spot and carry on rescue operations," said Jacob Punnoose, the senior police official in Kerala, the southern Indian state where the tragedy occurred.
SPORTS
November 14, 2009 | Associated Press
Far from perfect, No. 5 Cincinnati was good enough to stay unbeaten. Tony Pike threw two touchdown passes in a cameo appearance Friday night, and the Bearcats overcame a self-destructive first half to beat West Virginia, 24-21, at Cincinnati for the best start in school history. Cincinnati, 10-0 overall and 6-0 in the Big East Conference, struggled offensively because of uncharacteristic mistakes -- a fumble, a dropped touchdown pass, a missed field-goal attempt, and an interception -- all in the first half.
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