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Articles from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) (November 28, 1997)

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`DONNIE BRASCO' A VIABLE CANDIDATE FOR OSCAR PUSH. 635
`JAKE'S WOMEN' CAST SHOWS POWER. Theater Review 467
10 WAYS TO REPLAY YESTERDAY'S TURKEY. Recipe 1356
A DIFFERENT ENDING FOR ANTELOPE VALLEY? : DOMINGUEZ AT ANTELOPE VALLEY, 7:30 P.M. 353
A LIFE CUT SHORT; PACOIMA FAMILY'S HOLIDAY DIFFICULT WITHOUT MOTHER. 827
AIRLINES PLAN LIMITS ON CARRY-ON LOADS. 276
ALL'S FAIR IN BUDGET REVISION; FUNDS OK'D FOR GROUNDS. 386
ANTOSKI NEEDS TO HIT BRAKES ON LIFESTYLE. 978
AREA BOY DIES AFTER BEING HIT BY CAR. Statistical Data Included 344
ART/SNEAK PEEK : EXHIBIT OF ABSTRACT ARTISTS CUT FROM THE SAME CLOTH. 390
AVC NOTES: TWO HOT TEAMS WILL CLASH IN CHARITY BOWL. 644
BOARD AT ODDS OVER MEDICAL TRAINING. 325
BRIEFLY : CSUN TO OFFER LOCAL KOREAN IMMERSION. 208
BRIEFLY : SELDON'S MANAGER SAYS FIGHTER INNOCENT OF CHARGES. 615
BUSY CORNER BISTRO CHURNS OUT CHINA. Restaurant Review 548
CHECK OUT : NEWS AND TIPS. 616
CHILDREN'S CHOIR TO PRESENT HOLIDAY SHOW WITH BELLS ON. 255
CITY OKS WIDENING BOULEVARD; DECISION DIVIDES RESIDENTS. 614
CLASSIC CARS CONGREGATE AT SANTA PAULA MUSEUM. 596
CLIPPERS NOTEBOOK : TAYLOR'S POISE, MATURITY BELIE ROOKIE STATUS. 828
CLUB SERVES DINNER FOR ELDERLY; LIONS COOK ANNUAL THANKSGIVING FEAST. 442
COMPLEX'S NEW OWNERS PLAN UPGRADE; LAKESIDE LOCATION TO IMPROVE. 413
COMPUTER MODEL TO LOOK 20 YEARS INTO T.O.'S FUTURE. 315
COUGARS' RECORD REMAINS PERFECT. 298
COUNTY LAWYER URGES SETTLING OF LAWSUIT. 419
DINING BEAT : MICROBREWING IN NORTHRIDGE. 344
EDITORIAL : DOWNTOWN RUBBISH; RELOCATING A 911 DISPATCH CENTER IS POLITICAL NONSENSE THAT'S WASTEFUL AND DANGEROUS. Editorial 465
EDITORIAL : SLOW DOWN FOR HOLIDAYS; THIS IS A SEASON TO SAVOR, NOT TO RUSH THROUGH. Editorial 231
EX-TOTO MEMBER JOINS BECK'S CAUSE; SESSION PRODUCER ENLISTED TO CREATE GUITARIST'S NEW DISC. 990
FARGAS, DAVIS ON COLLISION COURSE IN PLAYOFF : NOTRE DAME AT OXNARD, 7:30 P.M. 385
FEMA WILL HELP PAY FOR POLICE STATION; SAFETY CITED IN FUNDING DECISION. Statistical Data Included 387
FILM/SNEAK PEEK : IF YOU'VE GOT THE TIME ... 320
FOR MARSH, STATE MEET WILL BE A FITTING FAREWELL; QUARTZ HILL RUNNING COACH TO STEP DOWN. 761
FOR NOW, NORTHRIDGE MEN ARE JUST TREADING WATER. 679
GREEN SIDEKICK FITS MOVIE-STAR MOLD. 895
HART, PALMDALE GET A REMATCH. 422
HE'S LONG ENOUGH, GOOD. 505
HOT SPOTS : TIDBIT HEAVEN. 252
HOT TOYS OF '97; ERNIE SEEN AS SEASON'S TOP SELLER. 1205
HOW TO MAKE `FLUBBER' FLY IN TODAY'S WORLD. 755
HUNGRY FIND COMFORT IN SUPPER; VOLUNTEERS BRING MEAL TO MASSES. 695
IL FORNO HAS WORLD OF EXPERIENCE. Restaurant Review 816
JERRY BROWN MAKING COMEBACK; EX-GOVERNOR RUNNING FOR MAYOR IN OAKLAND. 913
KINGS COMPLETE SUCCESSFUL TRIP; L.A. 1-1-1 AFTER TIE WITH BLUES : KINGS 2 ST. LOUIS 2. 386
KNOCKED DOWN TO SIZE; `OUTMANNED' UCLA ROUTED BY N. CAROLINA : NORTH CAROLINA 109 UCLA 68. 814
L.A. BEAT : USC: THEY'RE HOPING TO HULA. 125
LA CANADA GOES FOR SURPRISE NO. 2. 291
LAKERS VS. PHILADELPHIA. 149
LEAKY ROOF DISRUPTS SENIOR CENTER PLANS. 245
LOCAL NOTES : THE CLINIC RIDING HIGH IN SIMI LEAGUE. 311
LOCAL VIEW: TEACHERS AGAINST BILINGUAL EDUCATION BREAK SILENCE. Editorial 663
MALL HOPING VALETS EASE PARKING CRUNCH. Statistical Data Included 492
MAYOR'S EATERY REOPENS AFTER HEALTH CLOSURE. 718
MEMORIAL SET FOR WIFE, SON. 372
MOORPARK COLLEGE : RECORD-SETTING RUSH; RICHARDSON RAISES STATUS WITH 319-YARD GAME. 376
MOORPARK WANTS TO WRITE SOME SCHOOL HISTORY TONIGHT : MOORPARK AT ST. BERNARD, 7:30 P.M. 371
NEW VAUDEVILLIANS SHTICK CLOSE TO MARX BROTHERS. Theater Review 683
NEWS LITE : LATEST BOND FOE TAKES MEDIA SPIN. 818
OBITUARIES : IRENE HEFFER. Obituary 94
OFF-ROAD APPEAL DOWN BUT NOT OUT; SPORT-UTILITY VEHICLE MARKET APPLIES BRAKES. Statistical Data Included 562
POP/SNEAK PEEK : STICKMEN STAND UP FOR CREATIVITY. 512
PUBLIC FORUM : SEISMIC RETROFIT PROGRAM IS UNDER ATTACK. Editorial 973
QUARTZ HILL SETS ITS PACE IN DIV. I. 368
RIGHETTI IN WESTLAKE SIGHTS; WARRIORS HOPE PASSING GAME PLAYS WELL ON THE : WESTLAKE AT RIGHETTI, 7:30 P.M. 420
SANTA CLARITA SPLIT OVER SHELTER. 487
SAUDI ARABIA PUSHES OPEC FOR MORE OIL. Statistical Data Included 324
SERVING UP KINDNESS TO HOMELESS; COUPLES VOLUNTEER TO HOST MEAL IN SIMI. 536
SIERRA CLUB SET TO VOTE ON LIMITING IMMIGRATION. 503
SIMI VALLEY MIGHT GET EVEN SAFER; CITY PROBATION OFFICER PROPOSED. 480
SKI INDUSTRY GIVES THANKS FOR EARLY SNOW; HOLIDAY WEEKEND COULD AUGUR WELL FOR RESORTS' SEASON. 508
SMALL IN SIZE BUT NOT HEART; PALMDALE OFFENSIVE LINE SCARED COACH AT FIRST, PLEASED HIM LATER. 759
SOUND CHECK. Sound Recording Review 1432
SOUTHWEST RUNS INTO TURBULENCE; BOEING DELAYS MAY HURT GROWTH. 711
THE CLINIC RIDING HIGH IN C LEAGUE. 278
THEATER/SNEAK PEEK : `WHEN CASTS COLLIDE' TEAMS ACTORS FOR AIDS BENEFIT. 554
TROUPE TO REVISIT FUN OF CHRISTMAS SHOWS PAST; GUILD PLANS LIVELY TAKE ON DICKENS' `CAROL' STORY. 368
UCLA NOTEBOOK : SMALL CONSOLATION: NOT WORST ROUT EVER. 582
VIDEO : HARRISON, BRUCE ... MAKE WAY FOR WILL. Video Recording Review 819
WHAT'S HAPPENING : DINING. 1063
WOMAN CELEBRATES HER 100TH BIRTHDAY IN VAN NUYS PARTY. 951

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