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  • Ernie Schneider dies at 66; chief administrative officer of O.C. when it declared bankruptcy

    Ernie Schneider dies at 66; chief administrative officer of O.C. when it declared bankruptcy
    Ernie Schneider, the chief administrative officer of Orange County when it declared bankruptcy in 1994 because of its disastrous investment practices, died Saturday at his home in San Juan Capistrano. He was 66.
  • Rogers Severson dies at 72; creator of spinal cord injury fund

    Rogers Severson dies at 72; creator of spinal cord injury fund
    Paralyzed by a spinal cord injury in 1986, real estate developer Rogers Severson sought out a leading rehabilitation facility after doctors told the former college athlete he'd never walk again. Six months later, he walked out of Casa Colina Center for...

    PST: Barbara T. Smith's life in the avant-garde shadows

    PST: Barbara T. Smith's life in the avant-garde shadows
    The coffee table in Barbara T. Smith's Venice home is piled high with aging cassette tapes. She's been sorting through audio from a 1981 performance piece called "Birthdaze" in preparation for "The Radicalization of a '50s Housewife," her upcoming solo...

    A new stage for South Coast Repertory

    A new stage for South Coast Repertory
    Being artistic director of a major regional stage company means you get to give everyone "notes" — theater lingo for putting in your two cents while a play is being readied. Being Marc Masterson, newly arrived as South Coast Repertory's artistic...

    UCI transfers employee connected to racist online posts

    A UC Irvine employee accused of posting anti-Semitic and anti-black photos online has been reassigned to a job that will minimize his contact with students, according to a campus officials. The move, which was made Monday, comes after a campus...