LA CAÑADA — Following an exhausting third game that lasted nearly 40 minutes, the members of the St. Francis High volleyball team had just three minutes to regroup.Still in control in a nonleague match against Flintridge Prep, St. Francis showcased better communication en route to picking up arguably its most impressive win of the season.
GLENDALE — Despite his team owning 11 victories, including two to start Pacific League play, Crescenta Valley High boys’ volleyball Coach John Nelson insisted his team was still evolving into form heading into its match with Glendale on Wednesday.
While the alternative rock band System of a Down plans to use the concert stage this month as a platform to push for formal recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the United States and Turkey, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank), is using his influence as a legislator toward the same goal.
Following up on a promotional tool they’d used successfully in August 2006 when they sold their 500,000th taco, Los Gringos Locos restaurant drew a packed house to the Foothill Boulevard eatery last week with the promise that the “Juan Millionth Taco” was about to be sold and its buyer would win a $1,000 gift certificate to the restaurant.
It was at the Montrose Christmas Parade more than two years ago when a group of ukulele players first got together as a band and marched down Honolulu Avenue, but that ended up being their only gig on foot.
As climbing temperatures draw nature lovers to many local trails, outdoor enthusiasts are on the lookout for indigenous rattlesnakes who, similarly beckoned by spring weather, have been known to make regular appearances.
The Federal Aviation Administration is launching a helicopter noise-complaint system for Los Angeles County, so residents can file a complaint by calling a local phone number or submitting it online.
Police are looking for a man who was caught on a surveillance camera stealing a tricycle from a La Crescenta parking lot last month, police said.
City Briefs: Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing' opens at GCC; Deukmejian Wilderness Park nature education program
William Shakespeare’s comedy “Much Ado About Nothing” will be presented by the Glendale Community College’s Theatre and Arts Department Thursday, April 2 through April 12 in the college’s Mainstage Theatre.