In the News

[organized chronologically, most recent first]

 

Below are articles that appeared in newspapers during the course of working on our project that relate to our theme examining the loss of public space in society.

 

Capps revives bill to end forest fees. Santa Barbara News Press (March 8, 2001)

Advertising Firm Uses Its Billboards to Back Delgadillo for City Attorney. Los Angeles Times (March 7, 2001)

City Orders Artists to Remove Advertisement. UCLA Daily Bruin (March 5, 2001)

Artist in New Battle With Mural of Pearl Harbor. Los Angeles Times (March 2, 2001)

Couples Can Say I Do on the Internet. Los Angeles Times (February 20, 2001)

Stirring a Virtual Melting Pot. Los Angeles Times (February 20, 2001)

Online Entertainment Blurs the Line of Art and Advertising. Los Angeles Times (February 12, 2001)

Disney's Virtual California: Theme Park Makes Actual Travel Superflouous. San Francisco Chronicle (February 8, 2001)

Man Who Would Not Pay Forest Use Fee Is Found Guilty in Closely Watched Case. Los Angeles Times (February 7, 2001)

Fees for Park, Forest Use, Face Court Test. The Oregonian (February 4, 2001)

DVDs Bring Drive-In Era Back to Life. Los Angeles Times (January 31, 2001)

In a Virtual Sculpture Park, the Art Talks Back. New York Times (January 28, 2001)

For Many Cell Phones Alter Reality Los Angeles Times. Los Angeles Times (January 25, 2001)

The Techiest Place on Earth?: Other Venues May Have More Gee-Whiz Rides, But the New Disney Theme Park Has Some Gems Too. Los Angeles Times (January 25, 2001)

Whose Trail Is It? Recreation Groups Jockey for Influence in Way National Forests are Managed. Columbian (January 5, 2001)

 

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