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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1992
Kotkin has taken us down a narrow view of where the Los Angeles Jewish community finds itself following the riots of this past spring. Kotkin has implied that the Jewish response has been primarily to turn inward. While it may be true that some within our community have focused their energies exclusively on the issues of self-protection, the vast majority of the organized Jewish community for some time has been focusing its efforts on nurturing and expanding the points of contact between our community and other major urban players.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 2003 | Christopher Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
When Frank O. Gehry, star architect, arrives at Walt Disney Concert Hall to lead a VIP tour of his nearly completed building, a quiet guy with a ponytail holds the door. In the lobby, where Gehry draws his guests near to confide that he swiped the idea for his tree-like support columns from the Czech architect Joze Plecnik, the quiet guy hangs back, whispering into his cell phone.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 2003 | Christopher Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
When Frank O. Gehry, star architect, arrives at Walt Disney Concert Hall to lead a VIP tour of his nearly completed building, a quiet guy with a ponytail holds the door. In the lobby, where Gehry draws his guests near to confide that he swiped the idea for his tree-like support columns from the Czech architect Joze Plecnik, the quiet guy hangs back, whispering into his cell phone.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1992
Kotkin has taken us down a narrow view of where the Los Angeles Jewish community finds itself following the riots of this past spring. Kotkin has implied that the Jewish response has been primarily to turn inward. While it may be true that some within our community have focused their energies exclusively on the issues of self-protection, the vast majority of the organized Jewish community for some time has been focusing its efforts on nurturing and expanding the points of contact between our community and other major urban players.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 14, 2003 | Diane Haithman
Disney Hall's unconventional tiles held up to their first big storm Wednesday night. Terry Bell, project architect and a partner with architect Frank Gehry's firm, was jubilant that the storm resulted in only one minor caulking leak in a skylight. It was patched before that evening's Keith Jarrett concert. "Considering the miles of potential leaks" in a structure like Disney Hall, Bell said Thursday, "That's pretty good." * Diane Haithman
SPORTS
October 26, 2003 | Jim Barrero
THE HYPE Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Pittsburgh Fitzgerald keeps catching touchdown passes -- he tied Michigan State's Charles Rogers with a TD catch for the 13th consecutive game Saturday -- but if a sophomore wide receiver wins the Heisman, it's going to be one with a Southern Cal address. THE TYPE Tatum Bell, RB, Oklahoma State Quick, name the three Oklahoma State running backs with consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. If Barry Sanders was one of your choices, you're wrong.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1993 | KURT PITZER
The Bernard Milken Jewish Community Campus in West Hills will temporarily close for repairs early next year, sending thousands who use educational, counseling, recreational and other services there to temporary sites. The repairs of leaks in the roof and possible reinforcement of the 6-year-old structure for earthquake safety is expected to take at least six months, said John Fishel, executive vice president of the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, which operates the campus.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 6, 2003 | Christopher Reynolds, Times Staff Writer
Builders of Walt Disney Concert Hall crossed a crucial bureaucratic threshold on Monday when county officials granted a temporary certificate of occupancy for most of the $274-million building. "It's a milestone for sure," said Terry Bell, project architect for the office of lead architect Frank O. Gehry. "If they wanted to fill the hall tomorrow, they could. You couldn't have said that before [Monday] afternoon."
SPORTS
June 20, 1992 | DAVID COULSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the past three seasons, the talented quartet of Stevie Amar, Art Barron, Chris Cole and Isaiah Mustafa have led Santa Clara High to three Southern Section basketball titles, two berths in state championship games and one state Division IV title. The foursome will give one last performance as teammates at Ventura High at 8 tonight when they play for the North against the South in the 16th Ventura County all-star basketball game. Teamwork figures to give the North a hefty advantage.
SPORTS
February 27, 1989
The similarities were amusing, but Billy Martin, the former New York Yankees manager, was not there for comedy. This was drama. Saturday in Binghamton, N.Y., where he and his wife bought a home and plan to live year-round, Martin joined the Binghamton Symphony Orchestra for a production entitled "Bernstein! Broadway! and Billy!" The program lasted about 75 minutes, with Martin's portion taking the last 20 minutes.
OPINION
July 1, 2005
Shelby Foote, the last great Southern historian of the South before and during the War Between the States, has gone. The Times published a large and respectful obituary (June 29). It took participation in Ken Burns' miniseries to bring this man's gifts to light, for which I will always be grateful. Now, the only ones to relate this history will be weakened by the voices of the victors and relegated to repaint this war and its times with broader, and less capable, strokes. The Old South and its ways die daily as prosperity dilutes its citizenry to opportunists of all stripes.
SPORTS
February 26, 1992
Buena 97, Marina 77--Lance Fay scored a game-high 38 points to lead Buena in a Division I-A game at Marina. Buena (22-4) blew the game open with a 38-point fourth quarter. Riverside North 60, Thousand Oaks 53--Host Thousand Oaks made nine of its first 10 shots in the first quarter to take an 18-11 lead, but faltered in a Division I-A game against second-seeded North (25-2). Kirk Pederson (12 points) scored eight points in the first quarter for Thousand Oaks before being slowed by a knee injury.
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