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By Nicholas Louie | June 5, 2008
You can feel the electricity in the crowd as they watch the skies with rapt attention. The crowd sits in silent anticipation. Boom! An F/A-18 Hornet zooms past at a speed of nearly mach one. The fighter climbs up and then, ever-so-gracefully, hangs midair for only a moment upside-down before it twists back to ascend into another half loop, then completes a perfect Double Immelman. The crowd applauds and cheers in excitement. For the pilot, Lt. Adrian ?Catfish? Jope, this is just another day at work.
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April 19, 2007
Plácido Domingo, the Eli and Edythe Broad General Director, announced that the LA Opera will stage Porgy and Bess this May at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Renowned as one of the greatest American operas of all time, Porgy and Bess is by George Gershwin, DuBose and Dorothy Heyward and Ira Gershwin. Internationally award-winning director Francesca Zambello helms this powerful production from the Washington National Opera, which depicts the African-American experience through a story of love found and lost, set in early 20th-century South Carolina.
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By Lauren Oakes | March 8, 2007
Have you noticed your mind is a little less agile and rapid than it was? Are your reflexes a tad less lightning-quick? Do you sometimes forget where you left your car keys? Have you found them in the trash yet? (Don't ask.) The problem is not that we are aging; that's natural and inevitable. The problem is that we have fostered such a close and confiding relationship with our children — the next, younger generation, that they ARE AWARE OF EVERY SINGLE HUMILIATING AND UPSETTING INSTANCE OF THIS.
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June 10, 2004
California Weekend by Cary Ordway is a new feature in Applause designed to help the California resident and visitor find unique and extraordinary getaway experiences in and near California. One never forgets the first time - on a houseboat, that is. It has to be considered one of life's precious moments when you come on board your own 40-foot boat, crank up those growly engines and cast off for parts unknown. It's almost like you want to run up to the front of the boat, position your arms like wings and yell out something like "I'm the king of the?
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By Lynn Duvall | September 7, 2006
Last month, we went out to dinner with friends at The Spot in Pasadena. The featured entertainers for the evening, a quartet called the Fuzzy Logic Boptet, opened their first set with a jazz tune. I heard the front man wailing away on the saxophone. I looked up to see that the front man was a woman — Robin Rader. Rader's mop of curly dark hair glinted in the spotlight as she swayed. Her cheeks billowed out; she blew the horn as though her life depended on it. What a show!
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August 5, 2004
A buffet lunch at the Glendale Hilton After a delightful play session with Yin and Yang, my friend Judie's Siamese kittens, Judie said, "Time for lunch. I am taking you girls to my new favorite lunch spot." My daughter Gretchen asked, "Where's that?" Judie replied, "The Glendale Hilton." I said, "You're kidding?" For years, the hotel, at the corner of Brand and Glenoaks in Glendale, has experimented with chefs and restaurants at a dizzying pace with unpredictable, inconsistent results.
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By Joe Puglia | August 12, 2010
Part 2 : I think the Allman Brothers sang "Ramblin' Man" just for me, 'cause I swear I was born a ramblin' man. Perhaps my concept of rambling (travel) is not akin to yours, but four blasts of a ship's whistle still raises the hair on the back of my neck. Last week I wrote about our road trip across the blue highways of America. It's our 11th day on the road and I have to tell ya that Dr. Seuss was right when he said, "Oh the Places You'll Go. " However, he implies that to do so you have to leave the "Waiting Room," defined as a state of paralysis where nothing happens.
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May 10, 2007
Jane Napier Neely Chit Chat from Here and There … My birthday celebration in Rosarito Beach was great fun and a delightful quick getaway. Trying to get back across the border into the U.S. was not at all pleasant and at one point we were wondering if we were ever going to be able to get back home at all. I'm a fairly easy going traveler but my patience, as well as my two friends good natures, were stretched to the limit as our homeward bound progress was impeded by some very ugly, mean spirited, and rude American border crossing guards who seemed determined to punish us for some reason.
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August 5, 2004
Northern California's Clear Lake By CARY ORDWAY Sometimes overlooked because of the state's spectacular Pacific coastline, California's fresh-water lakes offer plenty of getaway and vacation opportunities for the state's residents. One longtime favorite is Clear Lake, just a couple hours drive from the San Francisco Bay area. A friend visited Clear Lake not too long ago and came back raving about the area's unexpected scenic and natural beauty - so we had to investigate.
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By Nicholas Louie | June 5, 2008
You can feel the electricity in the crowd as they watch the skies with rapt attention. The crowd sits in silent anticipation. Boom! An F/A-18 Hornet zooms past at a speed of nearly mach one. The fighter climbs up and then, ever-so-gracefully, hangs midair for only a moment upside-down before it twists back to ascend into another half loop, then completes a perfect Double Immelman. The crowd applauds and cheers in excitement. For the pilot, Lt. Adrian ?Catfish? Jope, this is just another day at work.
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