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January 26, 1986 | Stuart Schoffman, Schoffman, a screenwriter, is currently visiting lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin. and
Stir a pinch of Dostoevski into a whiskey fizz, drop in a healthy splash of Damon Runyon, and you get some idea of a Vincent Patrick story. In this, his second novel, the acclaimed author of "The Pope of Greenwich Village" has once more melded such lofty preoccupations as sin, fate and retribution with an engaging tale of colorful New York ethnics tripping into crime.
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March 31, 1999 | MARY McNAMARA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lanza's is on 1st Avenue, just north of 11th Street in New York's East Village, which used to be a pretty gritty part of town and now is chockablock with trendy clubs and eateries. Lanza's is not an eatery. Lanza's is a restaurant. An Italian restaurant, with white tablecloths and 50-year-old murals on the walls depicting Sicily and Venice and Rome.
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March 31, 1999 | MARY McNAMARA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lanza's is on 1st Avenue, just north of 11th Street in New York's East Village, which used to be a pretty gritty part of town and now is chockablock with trendy clubs and eateries. Lanza's is not an eatery. Lanza's is a restaurant. An Italian restaurant, with white tablecloths and 50-year-old murals on the walls depicting Sicily and Venice and Rome.
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January 26, 1986 | Stuart Schoffman, Schoffman, a screenwriter, is currently visiting lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin. and
Stir a pinch of Dostoevski into a whiskey fizz, drop in a healthy splash of Damon Runyon, and you get some idea of a Vincent Patrick story. In this, his second novel, the acclaimed author of "The Pope of Greenwich Village" has once more melded such lofty preoccupations as sin, fate and retribution with an engaging tale of colorful New York ethnics tripping into crime.
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April 28, 2002
This is a list of names added to the total of confirmed dead in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. This list, released since April 19, updates accounts that have appeared in The Times each Sunday since Sept. 11. The number of people unaccounted for, according to New York City officials and Associated Press, is now believed to be 128. Vincent Brunton Patrick Byrne Thomas Farino Robert Hamilton Scott Larsen Salvatore P. Lopes Michael Otten Josh Piver Edward Rall Barrington L. Young
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 2005 | David Reyes, Times Staff Writer
Authorities have not yet decided whether to file charges in a car crash in Yorba Linda on Sunday that killed a 12-year-old girl and injured five others. Both drivers had been drinking, police said. Whether they had consumed enough alcohol to impair their driving had not been determined, said Lt. Martin Needham, a Brea police spokesman.
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December 15, 1989 | PETER RAINER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Family Business" (citywide) is a frail little caper movie that's overawed by its cast. With Sean Connery, Dustin Hoffman and Matthew Broderick playing three generations of a family, you've got a lot of talent at your disposal. Forget for the moment the fact that, in this movie about the persistence of family genes, none of the actors remotely resembles each other. Forget, too, that Dustin Hoffman is seven years younger than Connery, who plays his father here.
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March 26, 1997 | KENNETH TURAN, TIMES FILM CRITIC
With two of the world's biggest stars in tow, the creators of "The Devil's Own" can be forgiven for figuring that nothing else really mattered. If you've got Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt, do you really need a coherent script? Unfortunately for everyone concerned, the answer is yes.
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February 27, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Major tobacco companies will face trial in January in a lawsuit by more than 20 Blue Cross and Blue Shield health plans that claim they've spent billions of dollars treating sick smokers. U.S. District Judge Jack Weinstein in Brooklyn, N.Y., rejected the tobacco companies' motions to dismiss the suit and set the trial for Jan. 12. The suit seeks as much as $25 billion in damages, said Vincent FitzPatrick, attorney for the plaintiffs.
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November 18, 2001
This is a list of names added to the total of confirmed dead in the terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center. The list updates accountings that have appeared in The Times each Sunday since Sept. 11. The number of those unaccounted for, according to Defense Department and New York City officials, is about 3,500.
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