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March 13, 2011 | By Susan Carpenter, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
Circus Hostel, 1a Weinbergsweg, Berlin; 011-49-30-2000-39-39, . Family-friendly apartment-style rooms, with kitchens and baths, occupy the top floor of this clean and friendly hostel, separate from the lower, communal-style floors. Two- and four-person apartments are available for about $120 and $190 a night, respectively. Tiergarten flea market , U6 Reinickendorfer Strasse, Berlin. Open Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Free admission.
July 25, 1996 | LAURIE K. SCHENDEN
If you can't be in Atlanta for the Olympic Games, the next best thing may be to commune with the Greeks, the originators of the Games, at the 23rd annual Santa Barbara Greek Festival. Although there won't be any athletes on hand to hand off the flame, the 100th anniversary of the modern Olympic Games will be commemorated with a torch-lighting ceremony on Saturday, at noon.
July 14, 2003 | Jennifer Mena, Times Staff Writer
An off-duty Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy saved the life of a 4-year-old boy who fell into an Orange condominium complex pool unnoticed Sunday evening. The boy, Robert Anthony Garcia, was underwater for three or four minutes before a neighbor dived into the pool and recovered the boy, said father Philip R. Garcia. The deputy gave the boy CPR.
July 25, 1994 | DON SNOWDEN
Okinawan singer Shoukichi Kina was impressive in his L.A. debut at downtown's California Plaza on Friday night, moving a crowd largely unfamiliar with his music from curious appreciation to an enthusiastic embrace by the end of his 90-minute set. Kina, whose pioneering sound blends traditional folk material with Western elements and electric instruments, stressed the traditional side early.
February 23, 1995 | MAKI BECKER
A family of tigers rescued from starvation and abuse at an Irish farm in December were released Wednesday to their new home--a 10,000-square-foot secured area, complete with a wading pool, within the confines of the Wildlife Waystation. "Today, they left the quarantine area looking fat and sassy and beautiful and healthy, and moved into a wonderful, naturalistic enclosure," said Martine Colette, the facility's founder.
June 10, 1994 | JON NALICK
Wearing red bandannas and cowboy boots, more than 400 schoolchildren on Thursday celebrated the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of life in the Old West. Designed to excite children about history by providing interesting educational activities, Fay Fryberger Elementary School's fourth annual Western Day offered a bonanza of events such as horseback rides and panning for bits of gold-colored rock.
"Maisy" fans, take note: The sweet little mouse in the red T-shirt now has her own TV show. Nickelodeon's new Nick Jr. preschooler series, "Maisy," is a delightfully rendered animated version of the pop-up, flap and tab-pull books so dear to the hearts of countless pint-size fans and their parents.
October 13, 1994 | JON GARCIA
Planning Commissioner Edie Warwick has been removed from her position by the City Council for overstepping her authority as a city official and because charges have been filed against her in the case of a missing dog. Before the unanimous vote Monday, Councilwoman Virginia Rhodes said complaints from other city officials and a captain in the Lennox sheriff's station about Warwick's behavior prompted her to call for Warwick's removal.
May 2, 1998 | ERIC RIMBERT
The sweetest principal of the day is Ron Jones. At least that was his description after being decorated like a sundae Friday by 141 Mountain View Elementary School students. The event was the students' reward for abstaining from watching TV for an entire week. The idea to turn Jones into a human sundae was suggested by first-grade teacher Teresa de Croupet. "I saw the idea on an Internet Web site," De Croupet said, "and I thought the children might need a special motivator."
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