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December 7, 1997 | AMY A. WEBER
NEVADA CITY--The public is invited to dress the part at the Victorian Christmas, 6-9 p.m. Wednesday and Dec. 17 and 1-5 p.m. Dec. 21 along Broad Street. There will be strolling musicians, hay wagon rides and a bonfire. Free admission. Telephone (800) 655-NJOY. PASO ROBLES--It may seem like Christmas past, but it's Christmas present at the Vine Street Victorian Showcase, 6-9 p.m. Saturday along Vine Street from 8th to 21st streets.
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NEWS
May 19, 2005
It pleased me very much to see that UCLA is honoring the great Buster Keaton ["His Silence Is Golden," May 12]. At the age of 16 I used to hang around the Brown Derby on Vine Street seeking autographs. There, at the time, was a drugstore on Vine between Hollywood and Sunset boulevards. One hot afternoon I sat down at the food counter to grab a sandwich and a cool drink. Within a minute or two, a gentlemen sat next to me. To my shock and surprise, I recognized Buster Keaton. We had lunch together and talked for half an hour.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 1989
A police officer shot a Hollywood woman who had been chasing some burglars early Tuesday when she ignored the officer's orders and reached for a pistol in her waistband, according to Los Angeles police. Detectives said the 35-year-old woman, her husband and son had armed themselves and dashed into the street to chase some people they had seen breaking into their car. The burglars escaped, but moments later police, responding to a "shots-fired" call, confronted the family at Fountain Avenue and Vine Street.
NEWS
January 30, 2003 | Maria Elena Fernandez, Times Staff Writer
You could go on and on about Hollywood and Vine, what with its Art Deco architecture, glorious radio and film history, celebrity sightings and sidewalks of gold stars. You could track the world-famous intersection's tragic downfall and then record the dignity with which it is now rising. But let's begin instead with the pigeons because Hollywood, after all, is a town of wonderfully eclectic characters here at one time or another -- not because of who they are but because of who they want to be.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 9, 1990 | LEONARD FEATHER
Five years ago Marcus Roberts, then 21, joined the Wynton Marsalis group as pianist and composer. Roberts, who was heard last year at Hollywood's Vine Street Bar & Grill during a leave of absence, has now left Marsalis permanently and is back at Vine Street (through Sunday), leading a unit that is similar to the one he presented previously.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 2008 | David Zahniser
The City Council on Friday approved both a 23-story condominium tower on the site of the vacant Spaghetti Factory restaurant in Hollywood and two billboard-sized signs on the building's south and west sides. The 305-unit project was approved despite objections from critics who argued that it had received too many exceptions to the city's planning and zoning rules, such as the location of the "supergraphics" -- signs to be stretched across vinyl on part of the building's exterior. The council simultaneously approved a higher density for the project and fewer parking spaces.
NEWS
April 19, 1989 | ERIC MALNIC, Times Staff Writer
A Hollywood woman who had been chasing some burglars was shot by a policeman early Tuesday when she ignored the officer's orders and reached for a pistol in her waistband, according to Los Angeles police. Detectives said the 35-year-old woman, her husband and son had armed themselves and dashed into the street to chase some people they had seen breaking into their car. The burglars escaped, but moments later police responding to a "shots-fired" call confronted the family at Fountain Avenue and Vine Street.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 2008 | Paloma Esquivel, Times Staff Writer
When Adnan Essayli set out to paint the outside of his La Palma home, he wanted a color resembling gold-toned travertine, like the stone-walled homes in his native Beirut. He spent weeks searching for the perfect color -- with the same exacting attention to detail he had shown over three years of remodeling. Failing to find a color mimicking stone, he settled on a personalized mix of deep-toned golds, with red trim to highlight the windows. For a year, he has been happy with the color, unaware that some of his neighbors were seething over the suddenly incongruous house in an otherwise coordinated, earth-toned neighborhood.
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