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December 22, 1990 | JIM WASHBURN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The late Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali spurred any number of artistic innovations in his lifetime, and even nearly two years after his death his work continues to inspire unique art projects. "Dali: The Endless Enigma" is an homage on a compact disc to the late painter, which, though it features an international array of electronic music composers, is the product of an "Orange County garage label," as Walter Holland describes his Orange-based Coriolis Records.
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December 22, 1990 | JIM WASHBURN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The late Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali spurred any number of artistic innovations in his lifetime, and even nearly two years after his death his work continues to inspire unique art projects. "Dali: The Endless Enigma" is an homage on a compact disc to the late painter, which, though it features an international array of electronic music composers, is the product of an "Orange County garage label," as Walter Holland describes his Orange-based Coriolis Records.
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July 2, 1992
A 29-year-old aspiring actor was honored this week by the Los Angeles Fire Department for rescuing a man from a fiery crash on the Ventura Freeway in Woodland Hills. "Next to getting shot, this is the most horrible thing a patrol officer can come across, and when a citizen comes across it, his actions should be doubly commended," CHP Capt. Joe Ruggiero said of Walter (Trey) Holland during a brief ceremony Tuesday at the Warner Center hotel where Holland works as a bellman.
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September 22, 2001 | Valerie Gutierrez and Will Etheridge
Most would not use the words "lethargic" and "unfocused" to describe Southern California's top-ranked team. But although Long Beach Poly easily defeated Narbonne, 28-6, Friday night in an intersectional game before 3,000 at Veterans Stadium, that's how Jackrabbit Coach Raul Lara said his team played.
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July 1, 1992 | AARON CURTISS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is a night Walter (Trey) Holland will not soon forget. Driving home from his girlfriend's house, he watched in horror as a pickup truck in front of him skidded out of control on the Ventura Freeway and burst into flames. Although the next several minutes are a blur in his mind, the 29-year-old Holland remembers only too distinctly the faces of the dying men he tried to save. As flames singed the hair on his arms, Holland pulled one man from the wreckage, saving his life.
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March 7, 1988 | HARRY NELSON, Times Medical Writer
Britain's National Health Service, founded 40 years ago on the promise, in the words of one parliamentary supporter, to provide free to every citizen "whatever medical treatment he requires, in whatever form he requires," is undergoing an unprecedented crisis.
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