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  • Mary Ridgway dies at 66; widely respected L.A. County probation officer

    To those who didn't know her, Los Angeles County probation officer Mary Ridgway might have seemed miscast for her job. She was a woman in a field long dominated by men, who was fond of pink and purple outfits, jade jewelry, flower pins and floppy hats....
  • Meet your 15 'Fashion Show' designers

    Auf Wiedersehen, " Project Runway." Bravo's "The Fashion Show" will bring its own design competition flair this spring. Bravo announced its 15 professional designers for its new fashion competition series "The Fashion Show," which debuts on Thursday, May...
  • Prosecutor to Seek Probe of Planned 'Christmas Carol'

    Saturday October 8, 1994 A Los Angeles city prosecutor said Friday that she will ask police to check out claims about a proposed Pasadena stage show by a man with a history of consumer fraud convictions, including one for promoting a bogus theatrical...
  • Dr. Joel D. Weisman dies at 66; among the first doctors to detect AIDS

    Dr. Joel D. Weisman dies at 66; among the first doctors to detect AIDS
    Dr. Joel D. Weisman, who was one of the first physicians to detect the AIDS epidemic and who became a national advocate for AIDS research, treatment and prevention, died Saturday at his Westwood home. He was 66. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An...
  • Obama inauguration is all the buzz at L.A. schools

    Obama inauguration is all the buzz at L.A. schools
    When Nasser Baker's mother received a call from his school this month and began jumping and screaming, he thought she had seen a spider. But when he learned that his South Los Angeles charter school had chosen him as one of 12 students headed to...
  • L.A. Unified's gardening program may be uprooted

    The seeds of a thousand lessons are sown in five acres of North Hollywood dirt, tended by a man named Mud. Here in this little-known oasis, Mud Baron and urban teenagers with a heretofore unknown penchant for rare flowers toil under a blazing sun to...
  • From the archives: 10th Los Angeles Conference on Magic History

    From the archives: 10th Los Angeles Conference on Magic History
    As exclusive gatherings go, this one was noteworthy, even by the high local standards set by A-list Hollywood, with attendees including a former acting director of the CIA, at least one prime-time TV star and half of Penn & Teller (the smaller, quieter...
  • Film industry gets spotlight in L.A. City Council race

    Film industry gets spotlight in L.A. City Council race
    In a campaign where jobs and unemployment have become a signature issue, the two candidates seeking to replace former Los Angeles City Councilwoman Wendy Greuel are fighting over who will do more to stem the exodus of Hollywood production. With feature...
  • Interrogation, then revenge

    Interrogation, then revenge
    On a cool spring night five years ago, 16-year-old Martha Puebla sat on the curb outside her Sun Valley home, talking to a friend, when a man walked up from behind. "Who are you?" the man demanded of Puebla. "I'm Martha," she responded. "You know me."...
  • A gay couple's countdown to marriage

    A gay couple's countdown to marriage
    Monday night. Less than 24 hours before the wedding. Paul Waters was restless. Every day for the last three weeks, he was consumed with planning his marriage to Kevin Voecks. They had waited 15 years for this moment, from the time they had matching...
  • School goes from backdrop to center stage

    School goes from backdrop to center stage
    It was an unexpected burst of glory, and the 1,600 students at Walter Reed Middle School in North Hollywood were basking in it Friday. None of the youngsters knew for certain why a 50-foot-wide image of the front of their school was projected Thursday...