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February 7, 2003 | Booth Moore, Times Staff Writer
In the media maelstrom surrounding the shoplifting trial of film star Winona Ryder, the sweetly demure Marc Jacobs coats and dresses the actress wore in court were as oft remarked on as her defense. And now, it looks like the actress' wardrobe tactics have paid off. Ryder is appearing in Jacobs' spring advertising campaign, which was shot by lensman Juergen Teller at Hollywood's Chateau Marmont. Jacobs, who presents his fall collection in New York on Monday, was unavailable for comment.
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June 15, 2002 | ANNA GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Actress Winona Ryder pleaded not guilty to shoplifting and drug charges Friday during a brief appearance at a Beverly Hills courthouse. Her arraignment came the week after Superior Court Judge Elden S. Fox ruled that there was enough evidence for Ryder to stand trial on felony charges of grand theft, burglary, vandalism and possession of drugs without a prescription.
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April 1, 2014 | By David Ng
"Heathers" has been resurrected -- shoulder pads, big bangs et al. -- as a cheeky stage musical. As Veronica Sawyer, the Winona Ryder character, might ask, what's the damage? The musical production had a brief run in Los Angeles at the Hudson Backstage Theatre in September and is now running in New York at the off-Broadway New World Stages. The show, written by Laurence O'Keefe and Kevin Murphy, opened on Monday 25, years after the 1989 movie debuted in theaters. The production is directed by  Andy Fickman , who has staged such small-scale stage favorites as "Reefer Madness!"
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October 30, 2002 | Anna Gorman, Times Staff Writer
Actress Winona Ryder spent her 31st birthday in a Beverly Hills courtroom Tuesday watching herself on a Saks Fifth Avenue surveillance tape that showed her being confronted by three security guards moments after she left the store in December with her arms full of shopping bags. Saks security manager Kenneth Evans, who provided narration of the tape to jurors, testified that Ryder had no permission to take some $5,560 worth of merchandise found in her possession.
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July 27, 2002
I don't know what "media" that Susana Sierra believes "fail to see" the flaws in Elvis Presley and the Beatles (Saturday Letters, July 20). I don't recall any lack of coverage when Paul McCartney and then-girlfriend Jane Asher were charged with drug possession or when John Lennon and Yoko Ono were threatened with deportation. And I can't think of a musical figure in history who's been the subject of more negative press than Elvis, who was initially predicted to be the downfall of civilization.
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July 19, 2002 | David C. Nichols
The toll of celebrity upon the sensitive psyche forms the crux of "My Name Is Winona and I'm a Shoplifter," playing Mondays at the Zephyr Theatre. Michael Kearns' latest fantasia takes Winona Ryder, nee Winona Laura Horowitz, through a stream-of-consciousness examination of her unconventional life and career. Using the church setting for current Zephyr offering "Southern Baptist Sissies," Kearns places "Noni" (Rex Lee) in a 12-step meeting.
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September 19, 2002 | ANNA GORMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Plea negotiations in actress Winona Ryder's shoplifting case have stalled, prompting attorneys to set an Oct. 7 trial date. Shepard Kopp, one of Ryder's attorneys, said that there had been an impasse in the discussions and that Ryder was looking forward to going to trial "to prove herself innocent of the charges." Though neither side ruled out a last-minute plea deal, Kopp said, "The odds are that this case will go to trial."
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December 21, 1999 | KENNETH TURAN, TIMES FILM CRITIC
"Girl, Interrupted," Susanna Kaysen's exceptional memoir of the nearly two years she spent as a teenager in a mental institution, is about the porous line between sanity and madness. "People ask, How did you get in there?" the book begins. "What they really want to know is if they are likely to end up there as well. I can't answer the real question. All I can tell them is, It's easy."
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May 26, 2003 | Tony Perry, Times Staff Writer
Enter now into the public record "Sticky Fingers: A Tale of Saks, Lies and Videotape," an all-singing, all-dancing production by students at Point Loma High School here. Using the Winona Ryder shoplifting case as its fanciful focus, "Sticky" satirizes the whole schmear: Hollywood, Valley Girls, the media, psychics, TV lawyers, Richard Simmons, the star-crazed public, Hans Blix, Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Reilly, Keanu Reeves, Daniel Day-Lewis, Michael Moore, Fred and Ginger, Martin Scorsese, Dr.
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October 25, 2002 | Anna Gorman, Times Staff Writer
Jury selection began Thursday in the shoplifting trial of actress Winona Ryder, with 33 prospective jurors handed a three-page questionnaire asking if they had heard about the case and how they felt about the Hollywood star. The jury panel, which was sworn in after more than two hours of closed hearings in the Beverly Hills courthouse, is due to return at 1:30 p.m. today for continued proceedings.
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