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  • I'm Just Sayin': Are we really ready for 'The Big One?'

    The tragic earthquake and tsunami in Japan last week and the subsequent and ongoing nuclear crisis have made many of us ask how well the U.S., and even more importantly, Southern California, is prepared to handle these kinds of cataclysmic events. What...
  • Organizations: Luncheons, columnists, and cash prizes

    Perennial Rose Luncheon benefits youth L’aureole’s Perennial Rose Luncheon and Fashion Show is April 2 at the La Caņada Country Club, 5500 Godbey Drive, La Caņada Flintridge. Jeannine Jones, president, invites guests to come at 11 a.m. for...
  • Two more police officers placed on leave?

    City officials on Monday declined to confirm whether two additional Glendale police officers have been put on administrative leave. The Los Angeles Times cited unnamed sources on Monday in its report that two officers had been placed on leave over...
  • 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.
  • It's hard to back teachers on this one

    I love teachers. I don't say that just because my daughter has some of the best in the district, but because I really believe teachers are generally wonderful, amazing people. In fact, when I hear the word “teacher,” my first thought is,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Editorial: A win for the public's right to know

    The decision by a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge on Friday to side with the Burbank Leader in its lawsuit to force Burbank officials to divulge per-employee bonus payouts should serve as notice to local governments: The public has a right to know...
  • Neighbor remembers Dora Verdugo's final days

    Dora Verdugo was an important figure in Glendale’s history. She was a living link to Jose Maria Verdugo, the man who owned the land stretching from present day Glendale to the arroyo in Pasadena and to the Los Angeles River. But she also is...
  • Judge sides with the Leader

    A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Friday ordered the city of Burbank to release bonus amounts paid to individual employees, saying legal precedent clearly showed that the taxpaying public’s right to know the information exceeded any workplace...
  • Intersections: A place best understood up close

    “The motherland is best loved from afar,” I was told several times en route to Armenia late last month. When I arrived in Yerevan, the country’s capital and its largest city, this cautionary advice lingered in my mind as I rode by...