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Attention, everyone: During New York Fashion Week Marc Jacobs is hosting a release party at Tunnel for Gloss, a book about ‘70s fashion photographer Chris Von Wangenheim. The “dress to kill code,” was communicated to Yahoo style clearly: STRICT DRESS TO KILL CODE WILL BE ENFORCED: FUR COATS OVER LINGERIE, LIP GLOSS, JERRY HALL SIDE-SWEPT HAIR, SEQUINS, GOLD LAMÉ TURBANS, PATTI HEARST SYMBIONESE LIBERATION ARMY GEAR, ROGUE, ROLLERINA CHIC, SHEER HAREM PANTS, MINI SKIRTS AND MUSCULAR…

Wednesday, August 31, 2016: The Oxford Public Library has one new bestseller in the History section. The new title this week is "Urban Guerrilla: The Wild, Strange Saga of Patty Hearst and the Symbionese Liberation Army."

On, learn more about Patty Hearst, who was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army and spent 19 months with her captors—and joined in their criminal activity—before she was captured by the FBI in 1975.

Marcus Albert Foster was an educator who gained a national reputation for educational excellence while serving as principal of Simon Gratz High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as Associate Superintendent of Schools in Philadelphia, and as Superintendent of the Oakland Unified School District in Oakland, California. Foster was murdered November 6, 1973 by members of the Symbionese Liberation Army.

Patty Hearst- I was terrified of what happened to her when I was a young girl. What happened after the kidnapping scared me as much, or more, than what she had already endured.


Author Jeffrey Toobin talks Patty Hearst's abduction, the SLA, and his new book "American Heiress" in City Pages Q&A.

Patricia Campbell Hearst-- (born 1954), now known as Patricia Hearst-Shaw, is the granddaughter of American publishing magnate William Randolph Hearst; she became nationally known for events following her kidnapping. In 1974, while she was a 19-year-old student living in Berkeley, California, Hearst was abducted by a left-wing terrorist group known as the Symbionese Liberation Army.

Sept. 18, 1975: The FBI captures newspaper heiress and fugitive Patricia Hearst in San Francisco 19 months after she was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA).