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  • Why couldn't city detect fraud?

    Reading the Oct. 16 article "Warning signs within the numbers" left me angry with the City Council and the city manager. Who is guarding the hen house? Our city officials have a responsibility to safeguard our city's assets. Who else can do it? I am...
  • Education Matters: Efficiency is only skin deep

    Education Matters: Efficiency is only skin deep
    Editor's Note: Numerous instances of plagiarism have been discovered in Dan Kimber’s “Education Matters” column, which ran in the News- Press from September 2003 to September 2011. In those columns where plagiarism has been found, a...
  • A Word, Please: Throwing down the gauntlet at newspapers

    A Word, Please: Throwing down the gauntlet at newspapers
    In the 1984 spoof rockumentary "This Is Spinal Tap," the heavy metal band gets into trouble over the potentially offensive album "Smell the Glove." But the gantlet the band members were forced to run seems mild compared to something two major newspapers...
  • Talk-show host fought weight problem

    Talk-show host fought weight problem
    "My butt was so big, I could serve dinner for eight on it." Rim shot. One hundred pounds lighter and with a considerably smaller derriere, keynote speaker author and radio talk show host Mother Love regaled her audience of more than 1,000 women at the...
  • Students, faculty combine in dance production

    Students will strut the stuff they've learned in class during the 16th annual Faculty/Alumni Dance Production. Dancers in the show — students enrolled in Dance Production and Jazz Performance Skills classes this fall — are able to develop...
  • Ron Kaye: Tough times for local police

    Ron Kaye: Tough times for local police
    Two young women approach Glendale police sergeant and city spokesman Tom Lorenz as he stood in front of the police station Friday. They ask if he knows how they can find out the names of the six officers put on paid administrative leave over charges of...
  • I'm Just Sayin': Checking out the latest at the library

    I'm Just Sayin': Checking out the latest at the library
    The Los Angeles Times reported last Monday that Los Angeles County's public library system could have a budget shortfall of about $22 million per year during the next ten years. The Library Commission's recommendation is for a property tax increase....
  • Armenians uneasy after gang arrests

    The local Armenian community braced against a public rush to judgment after authorities on Wednesday announced a major crackdown on Armenian organized crime that included 74 people arrested on fraud and racketeering charges. The federal indictments,...
  • L.A. Times launches redevelopment spending database

    The Los Angeles Times today launched a database tracking how local governments spend and allocate revenue generated by their redevelopment agencies.
  • Army of Pink marches against breast cancer

    Army of Pink marches against breast cancer
    The Army of Pink has marched into Glendale and occupied the Alex Theatre. On Oct. 6, seven men who are helping raise funds for breast-cancer awareness campaigned for votes as they walked the pink carpet and posed for photos surrounded by banners and...
  • Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank

    Cajun cuisine breaks into Burbank
    They say you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet. But how many do you have to crack to create a successful chain of brunch cafes? The owners of Another Broken Egg Café are trying to find out. The family of restaurants that started in Louisiana...
  • Growing dual language programs generating space, staffing concerns

    Growing dual language programs generating space, staffing concerns
    It started out as an experiment with less than 20 students. Nine years later, Glendale Unified’s dual language programs have caught major traction, growing exponentially and generating waiting lists dozens of names deep. But while the Foreign...