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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1991 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Reputed underworld figure Robert (Fat Bobby) Paduano, accused of trying to take over the Newport Beach drug trade, pleaded guilty Monday to 43 felony counts of residential robberies, extortion, conspiracy to sell cocaine and false imprisonment. As part of an agreement with county prosecutors, Paduano was sentenced to eight years in state prison. Paduano's guilty plea came after a lively and unusual exchange between the defendant and Deputy Dist. Atty. Christopher J. Evans.
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ENTERTAINMENT
March 27, 2014 | By Robert Abele
"Sabotage" is an appropriate title for the new Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, since its many action and suspense elements are routinely undermined by a sloppy assemblage. A hyperviolent tale from complicated-cop chronicler David Ayer ("Training Day," "End of Watch"), the film is about a renegade DEA task force whose members are mysteriously eliminated one by one in the wake of a botched cartel takedown. "Sabotage" was designed to give the grizzled ex-governor, playing the group's veteran leader, a shoot'em-up vehicle bolstered by Ayer's patented macho realism.
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NEWS
September 6, 1997
Terrence Clancy, 60, former president of the Wine Alliance and a member of the executive committee of the Wine Institute. Clancy, a native of Los Angeles and graduate of Occidental College, entered the wine business with E&J Gallo in 1957. In 1981, he was hired as president of Callaway Vineyards in Temecula. In 1988, Britain's Allied Lyons PLC appointed Clancy as president of its North American wine division and head of four wineries, Callaway, Clos du Bois, Atlas Peak and William Hill.
SPORTS
January 25, 2014 | By Broderick Turner
TORONTO - The Clippers took it on the chin from Toronto's Terrence Ross, who staggered them at times with his career-high 51-point outburst. But the Clippers never went down during Ross' historic night for the Raptors franchise, because they had their own scoring duo to combat Toronto's second-year player. Jamal Crawford and J.J. Redick combined for 55 points to help the Clippers get past Ross and the Raptors, 126-118, Saturday night at the Air Canada Center. BOX SCORE: Clippers 126, Raptors 118 "When you can absorb a 50-[point game]
NEWS
March 4, 1990 | SHARON BERNSTEIN
Playwright Terrence McNally is so busy he never calls from home. He's at a pay phone somewhere in New York, he's at the theater, he's anywhere but relaxing with nothing to do. One of the nation's premier playwrights, McNally is currently working on the book for a musical version of "The Kiss of the Spider Woman." TV audiences will get a chance to sample McNally's work Wednesday at 10 p.m. on KCET when his one-hour play "Andre's Mother" will be shown on "American Playhouse."
NEWS
December 12, 1988
Terrence Lore Smith, 46, author of the best-selling novel "The Thief Who Came to Dinner." Smith wrote eight mystery novels. The most famous, "The Thief Who Came to Dinner," was completed in 1969 and was published by Doubleday and Pocket Books. It climbed to No. 7 on a national best-seller list and was made into a movie starring Ryan O'Neal.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 15, 2012 | By Matt Donnelly
The Dark Knight might need a little extra time to rise, as Christian Bale had a late one this weekend. It's not the Soho House cavorting or Chateau Marmont bungalow-hopping one might imagine. Bale burned the midnight oil Friday at work on the mystery-shrouded new film from director Terrence Malick. At Hollywood's Supperclub guests were greeted with posted notices from Dogwood Films, Malick's production company, informing them they'd be filmed upon entering the venue.  The Ministry was present and spotted Bale immediately.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 19, 2012 | By Patrick Kevin Day
Director Terrence Malick's new film, coming on the heels of "The Tree of Life," may not be anyone's idea of a light romp at the movies, but based on the just-released trailer, it sure looks good. The film, which had its North American debut last fall at the Toronto Film Festival, stars Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Rachel McAdams and Javier Bardem. It tells the story of an American man (Affleck) who embarks on a romance with a French single mother (Kurylenko) and brings her back to his Oklahoma hometown.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 13, 2009 | Adam Mansbach
Geographically, Terrence Holt's debut collection could hardly be more expansive. The seven stories and one novella that constitute "In the Valley of the Kings" take the entire solar system for their canvas. And yet, whether set in the Egyptian desert or upstate New York, on a spaceship orbiting Jupiter or a different craft circling Saturn, each of these stories is animated by the same force: a human desolation so profound that Holt seems hard-pressed to find locations barren enough to match it. The universe of Holt's fiction is sparsely populated -- necessarily so, it would seem, since confronting the terror of solitude and grasping at flickering memories of an elusive past is how most of his characters spend most of their time.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 9, 1989 | JOHN CULHANE
"Seventeen-eighteen years old, I was a fan of Lindbergh," says Cubby Broccoli, the producer of 16 James Bond pictures, the most popular film series of all time. The one-time teen-aged truck farmer sips the morning coffee his butler poured for him under blue skies in the interior courtyard of his townhouse just off Fifth Avenue. "I read Lindbergh's gonna try to fly the Atlantic--all alone. The Lone Eagle.
SPORTS
August 1, 2013 | By Houston Mitchell
  Houston Rockets forward Terrence Jones was arrested Wednesday after allegedly stomping on the leg of a homeless man outside of a Portland, Ore., bar. According to KATU-TV in Portland , Jones left the bar and walked by a doorway where two homeless men were sleeping. Jones yelled "Wake up!" to the men, then stomped down on one of the homeless man's legs. A policeman witnessed the alleged incident and arrested Jones. The alleged victim had a minor leg injury and did not require medical attention.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 17, 2013 | By Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
It feels as if we've hit a major movie slump. So much this year has disappointed. I wasn't entranced with Danny Boyle's crime thriller "Trance. " "42," Brian Helgeland's new drama based on baseball great Jackie Robinson's historic defiance of racial stereotypes, didn't knock it out of the park despite its good intentions. I even considered a shout-out for Selena Gomez and her gal-pals in "Spring Breakers" for exceeding low expectations. And so I find myself suggesting that you consider taking on the latest challenge from director Terrence Malick - "To the Wonder.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2013 | By Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
Terrence Malick, as unconventional, esoteric and spiritual as ever, has created an ocean of love in "To the Wonder," filling it with calm seas, treacherous storms, incredible beauty and a god who watches over it all. Love in all its many facets is distilled and dissected by the writer/director from first flame to dying embers, between couples and between mankind and God. There is no new ground, really, the distinction is in the way Malick covers...
ENTERTAINMENT
April 9, 2013 | By Mark Olsen
When Roger Ebert died last week little more than a day after declaring he was taking a “leave of presence,” people turned to see what the legendary film critic's final published review was. Some were dismayed to find it was a rather middling take on the Andrew Niccol-directed adaptation of Stephanie Meyer's “The Host.” It seemed somehow not enough. Then Ebert's longtime online editor Jim Emerson let it be known that there was one more on its way, a look at Terrence Malick's “To the Wonder.” Ebert had long been a supporter of the filmmaker, even including Malick's 2011 film “The Tree of Life” on his 2012 ballot for the Sight & Sound magazine poll of the greatest films of all time.
SPORTS
March 15, 2013 | Wire reports
BELLINGHAM, Wash. - With All-CCAA guard DeRonn Scott out because of a foot injury, the call came from the Cal Poly Pomona coaches for someone to step up. Terrence Drisdom answered the call and scored a career-high 26 points Friday, leading the Broncos to a 69-61 first-round NCAA Division II victory over Chico State. Chico State took an early 17-9 lead, but Cal Poly Pomona closed out the first half on a 20-4 run. "This just shows how tough we are," Drisdom said "When we're down like that, we don't hang our heads and go through the motions, we just try to keep playing tough.
SPORTS
February 16, 2013 | By Ben Bolch
HOUSTON - If at first you don't succeed, then you would fit right in at the NBA's dunk contest. The first two rounds of the competition Saturday night at Toyota Center involved more do-overs than actual dunks. New York's James White missed five attempts in the allotted 90 seconds in the second round. Given another untimed attempt, he missed that one too. "I'm glad everybody try-tried again," said Clippers guard Eric Bledsoe, who missed four attempts in the first round before simplifying his approach and making a spinning dunk after touching the ball against the backboard.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 2005 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Terrence Rogers, 52, an art gallery owner who focused on contemporary observation-based painting and drawing, including still lifes and landscapes, died Friday at UCLA Santa Monica Hospital of complications from a stroke. Rogers studied at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland and the School of Visual Art in New York City before joining the Tatistcheff Gallery in New York in 1980.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 19, 2012 | By Patrick Kevin Day
Director Terrence Malick's new film, coming on the heels of "The Tree of Life," may not be anyone's idea of a light romp at the movies, but based on the just-released trailer, it sure looks good. The film, which had its North American debut last fall at the Toronto Film Festival, stars Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Rachel McAdams and Javier Bardem. It tells the story of an American man (Affleck) who embarks on a romance with a French single mother (Kurylenko) and brings her back to his Oklahoma hometown.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 10, 2012 | By Susan King, Los Angeles Times
French actress Bérénice Marlohe, who plays "Bond girl" Sévérine opposite Daniel Craig's 007 in the acclaimed new James Bond blockbuster "Skyfall," is having the last laugh on all the casting agents, producers and directors in Europe who wouldn't give her a job. The statuesque Marlohe, whose sultry look brings to mind the legendary Italian beauty Claudia Cardinale, has struggled to find work since she became an actress eight years ago. Now...
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