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One of Glendale's major thoroughfares will be transformed into an international street fair aimed at celebrating the city's cultural diversity this Saturday. The annual Unity Fest will take over Brand Boulevard between Wilson and California avenues from...
Thousands of Armenian Americans celebrated their native land’s independence during a festival at Verdugo Park on Sunday that featured dancing, music and, of course, food. The 14th Annual Armenian Independence Day Festival has gained in popularity...
Armenian and Korean immigrant communities have been living side by side in the pockets of Los Angeles for decades, but beyond the namesakes of Little Armenia and Koreatown, they've quietly and mutually called the Crescenta Valley home too. So when the...
Tags: YouTube, Arts, Arts and Culture, Customs and Tradition, Culture
After the controversy surrounding Glendale's circus elephant float for the last Tournament of Roses Parade, city commissioners are recommending a design for the next go around that focuses more on industry. Earlier this month, the proposed 2013 design...
Five weeks ago, Matthew James Reilly sat for an elegant dinner at the Carlton Hotel in Cannes, on the French Riviera. Around him were acclaimed filmmakers such as Alexander Payne, Michael Haneke and many others, and earlier that evening, Reilly himself...
I'm ecstatic about the proposed design for Glendale's float entry in the 2013 Tournament or Roses parade. Seriously. I am. I know, I'm the guy who called for our city to stop putting floats in the parade. And I've been critical of those who support...
One of my earliest memories dates to my fourth birthday, when it seemed like the whole world was celebrating with me. The whole world was indeed celebrating, but it had nothing to do with me. It was May 7, 1945, the day the Germans unconditionally...
One of the most controversial floats ever entered in Pasadena's Tournament of Roses parade was a flower-covered, party-hat-wearing basset hound labeled, ‘‘Havin' Fun Yet?'' And it came from Glendale. It all began in the early months of...
Tags: New Year's Day, Arts and Culture
Hundreds of Occupy the Rose Parade protesters peacefully marched down Colorado Boulevard at the tail of the Rose Parade, carrying posters and a float to display their message of economic inequality. The demonstration was part protest, part street...
Three years ago, Angela Sanchez was living in a homeless shelter with her father, laboring over classwork and college applications while trying to keep her circumstances secret from teachers at Hoover High School. On Monday, Sanchez, now 20 and studying...
During the annual Armenian cultural and food festival on Sunday, Osanna Bekarian, 77, and Arsine Aposhian, 72, were making what so many Armenians have grown up with: hand-braided string cheese. Meanwhile, Nyree Derderian, 38, was lamenting about how...
Tags: Cheese, Arts and Culture
I agree that the Stealth fighter is great for what it was created for — one of the most discriminating, precise and accurate weapons of war ever developed. I just don’t believe it has a place in the annual Tournament of Roses Parade. To me,...
Tags: Festive Events, Arts and Culture
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