Dreams and Schemes by Steve Lopez
My Decade of Fun in the Sun

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Dreams and Schemes: My Decade of Fun in the Sun is a collection of Lopez's most controversial, irreverent, trouble-making, and heart-warming columns. He writes through the eyes of the region and its people, unflinchingly taking on the movers and shakers, and poking about in places where other reporters wouldn t dare go. This collection offers an entertaining and insightful look into the workings of modern-day life that will delight not only people who know the players and locations well, but will resonate with people anywhere because people, politics, and situation that catch Lopez's eye are universal. Whether read straight through, read at random, or read aloud to share with someone, the columns will amuse and enlighten all readers
 

About Steve Lopez

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Steve Lopez is a columnist for the Los Angeles Times, where he first wrote a series of enormously popular columns about Nathaniel Ayers.
 
Published June 28, 2011 by Camino Books, Inc.. 320 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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pieces like his chronicle of 97-year-old struggling actress Mae Laborde (who’s now 101 and still working), Lopez’s caretaking of a homeless, classically trained musician (a story that became his book The Soloist, and the film starring Jamie Foxx) and Malibu, the overpriced celebrity-populated enc...

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