The person of interest in the double homicide in Glendale was hospitalized with "significant" injuries several days ago after crashing his car, police said.
The Burbank City Council is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, June 30 at 6 p.m. inside the council chambers at City Hall, 275 E. Olive Avenue.
A fire ripped through a metal finishing business in Burbank early Monday morning, officials said.
A former John Burroughs High School employee pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges that he had sexual relationships with two female students, officials said.
Kumiko (Rinko Kikuchi, who was Oscar-nominated for her role in “Babel”) plays a 29-year-old Tokyo office worker with no life to speak of. Her job is demeaning, and she has no close friends (except her bunny rabbit). Her future is a void.
[UPDATED 6/29 3:46 p.m.] Burbank police are looking for two robbers who reportedly tied up a cell phone store employee and customer and made off with $20,000 worth of merchandise on Sunday, authorities said.
The six Angulo brothers spent most of their teen years in a crowded apartment in a New York housing project. They didn't merely live there; they lived there. That is, their strict father refused to allow them to leave those few rooms. Once or twice a year, he relented, but, otherwise, the family was almost completely insular. (Mom dealt with the groceries and pretty much every other practical aspect of their existence.)
Those of you old enough to remember will recall Delacey’s Club 41 in Old Town Pasadena. It was there for years, the only place in town to get a nice steak and Caesar salad. It closed in 2007, paving the way for a succession of replacement restaurants like the Spitfire Saloon and Cheval Blanc. Luckily none of them changed the interior too drastically because the building has great bones.
The grandson of an elderly couple found dead inside their Glendale home over the weekend has been taken in for questioning by police, officials said Monday.
The poster as a medium of communication underwent a renaissance in the 1960s. Provocative statements, bold colors and clever images were everywhere — from retail spaces to protest marches to classrooms and college dorms. Important graphic designers like Milton Glaser, Andy Warhol and the rock music artists working in San Francisco have all been critically examined and exhibited. That only makes the omission of innovator Sister Mary Corita Kent puzzling.