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  • On the Town: Stars shine out in damp night at GCC

    On the Town: Stars shine out in damp night at GCC
    Under cloudy skies, “Stars Among Us” was the theme of the 85th anniversary gala of Glendale Community College. But the only stars to be seen were the stars in the campus Planetarium, open during the first part of the party. The rain held...
  • Teri Hatcher heads up celebrity auction, yard sale at Americana at Brand

    Ever wanted to own something that previously belonged to a celebrity? Teri Hatcher’s celebrity yard sale and auction on Saturday offers up that chance.  Hatcher is to preside over the sale of new and used items from stars includng Ellen DeGeneres,...
  • On the Town: Masquerade party benefits Glendale Healthy Kids

    On the Town: Masquerade party benefits Glendale Healthy Kids
    Just in time for Halloween, Glendale Healthy Kids' second Annual Celebration was aptly themed “The Grand Masquerade — an evening of Masks, Music and Mysterious Identities.” On Saturday, Americana's Trattoria Amici was the setting for the...
  • Attorneys to settle mudslide lawsuit

    The Pasadena law firm that defended Glendale in lawsuits stemming from a 2005 mudslide that cost the city nearly $15.4 million has agreed to pay $98,500 to settle a malpractice lawsuit, according to a City Council announcement this week. Glendale sued...
  • On the Town: Fun and fashion at Patrons Club

    On the Town: Fun and fashion at Patrons Club
    At 106 years of age, Gertrude Ness could not be faulted for deciding to sit this one out — modeling in the annual fashion show of the Patrons Club of Glendale Community College. Honoring the club's 65th birthday, some 250 faculty, administrative and...
  • Miss 'Meatball'? He's available online, a piece of him, anyway

    Miss 'Meatball'? He's available online, a piece of him, anyway
    Like other celebrities, “Meatball” -- the famous Glendale bear that nosed through trash cans and caused ruckus in the foothills earlier this year -- has found value in his brand, or at least his handlers have. Let the merchandising begin....
  • 'Meatball' merchandise may have hit a snag

    'Meatball' merchandise may have hit a snag
    Like other celebrities, “Meatball” -- the Glendale bear that nosed through trash cans and caused a ruckus in the foothills earlier this year -- has found value in his brand, or at least his handlers have.  Let the merchandising begin. ...
  • Auction of 'Meatball' memorabilia to go forward, sans lock of fur, sanctuary announces

    Auction of 'Meatball' memorabilia to go forward, sans lock of fur, sanctuary announces
    The San Diego County wildlife sanctuary that had planned to auction off a lock of hair from Glendale's most famous bear — “Meatball” — to help build a new habitat said Thursday that it will drop the item after learning the sale...
  • On the Town: Recognition for exceptional women

    On the Town: Recognition for exceptional women
    For 13 years Women in Business commendations have been awarded to exceptional women from the local communities who are leaders and role models. On Friday at the Pasadena Hilton the awardees were recognized by the 21st Senate District and the 43rd and 44th...
  • Glendale auctions off land damaged by 2005 mudslides

    Glendale auctions off land damaged by 2005 mudslides
    After several failed attempts, Glendale this week was able to unload five land parcels damaged by the 2005 mudslides at an auction for the minimum bid of $700,000. The money will help recoup more than $12 million in expenses that compounded for the...
  • Mud-damaged home up for bid

    CITY HALL — Officials on Monday announced the upcoming auction of one of five homes acquired by the city as a result of a $12-million settlement to homeowners whose properties were damaged in a January 2005 mudslide. The mudslide Jan. 10, 2005, in...
  • On the Town: Foundation has a changing of the guard

    On the Town: Foundation has a changing of the guard
    In spite of a fire raging outside of Glendale, just announced by his walky-talky, Glendale Fire Chief Harold Scoggins gamely went ahead with the installation of officers for the Glendale College Foundation during a dinner meeting on campus on July 27....