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MEMORIALS; A Case of Too Much Love, Too Soon
Schulman, Bruce J; Los Angeles Times; (Oct 8, 2000), p. 1
Roadside Tributes Raise Safety Issue; Traffic: The memorials help ease families' pain, but officials fear people gathered at accident sites such as the one near Camarillo could get hit.
Hughes, Timothy; Los Angeles Times; (Apr 7, 2002), p. B.1
CULTURE; States Erect Limits to Roadside Memorials; Florida families' cross marking vehicle deaths of teens is part of a growing, and problematic, trend.
Clary, Mike; Los Angeles Times; (Feb 5, 1997), p. 5
A Pointed Symbol Brings Cross Words; Around the nation, the icons erected as memorials to service members killed in Iraq inspire bitter exchanges, even violence.
Glionna, John M; Los Angeles Times; (Mar 26, 2006), p. B.1
FIVE YEARS AFTER; CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; Unseemly memorials; Planned tributes to the victims of 9/11 have served as a reminder only of the red tape such projects can face.
Hawthorne, Christopher; Los Angeles Times; (Sep 9, 2006), p. E.1
Light at the End of the Blight; Landmarks: City Hall stood up and took notice of a Times story lamenting urban decay and the deterioration of memorials. So now they're being cleaned up.
Dean, Paul; Los Angeles Times; (Aug 31, 1997), p. 1
King, set in stone; Unlike other memorials on the Mall, Martin Luther King Jr.'s is a monument to nonviolence.
Anonymous; Los Angeles Times; (Aug 25, 2011), p. A.14
METRO NEWS; CITYSCAPES; Traffic Debate Goes Round and Round; 'Circle' plan for perilous corner pleases veterans, who want memorials there. But a merchant cries foul.
Ramos, George; Los Angeles Times; (Apr 21, 2001), p. B.1
THE NATION; 'Comfort women' memorials cause a stir; A New Jersey tribute to those forced to prostitute for Japanese troops in WWII is held up over wording.
Henry, Samantha; Los Angeles Times; (Feb 10, 2013), p. A.14
A fatal site, threefold; At a shrine in South L.A. for an alleged gang member, two more are killed. Some cities regulate such memorials.
Vives, Ruben; Winton, Richard; Los Angeles Times; (Feb 4, 2009), p. B.1