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  • Community News

    Ton in '10 supports Healthy Kids Glendale Adventist Medical Center and All About You! Wellness BootCamp launched a yearlong community program to fight obesity in January 2010 and have released its results. A total of 255 people registered in the...
  • Alliance provides youth with jobs

    What if you were selected to attend all eight colleges you applied for, yet at the same time, you have been homeless for two years? That’s the dilemma that was faced by 20-year-old Angela Sanchez. Now, ready to begin her third year at UCLA in the...
  • Damaged homes attract no bids

    CITY HALL — Officials are evaluating options for several damaged hillside properties currently owned by the city after attempts to auction two of them off last week were unsuccessful. The city acquired five hillside properties as a result of a...
  • Auction helps defray medical bills

    MONTROSE — As Natalia LoCicero distributed items Monday to winners who bought them at a weekend silent auction, she broke into tears. She's had a few days to decompress from a Saturday fundraiser for her 4-year-old son Reece. But the idea that...
  • Organizations: Boy Scouts celebrate 100 years at breakfast

    Boy Scouts of America, Verdugo Hills Council recently celebrated 100 years of service with a Centennial Breakfast Celebration at Scholl Canyon Estates Retirement Community. Boy Scouts ranging from ages 12 to 88 were represented and cheered as they...
  • Raising funds for charity with art and books

    Raising funds for charity with art and books
    The gals of the Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation Women's Council did themselves proud as they rolled out the red carpet for dozens of supporters on a moonlit evening. Women's Council Chairwoman and Event Chairwoman Suzonne Slaughter welcomed members...
  • Prizes and fashions make up the magic

    Prizes and fashions make up the magic
    "Autumn Magic" were the appropriate words to describe this year's Scholarship and Fashion Luncheon of the Patrons Club of Glendale Community College. Indeed, magic was woven into each activity in the plush Verdugo Ballroom of Burbank's Castaway on Friday....
  • Briefly In The News

    Rose float group holds online auction The Glendale Rose Float Assn. is auctioning off two seats on Glendale's float in the 2011 Rose Parade. The EBay auction can be accessed at http://tinyurl.com/FloatRide or directly through the online site, with...
  • Irish pub life well depicted in play

    Irish pub life well depicted in play
    Local theater fans have a unique opportunity to experience a pair of excellent West Coast premieres as Burbank's Theatre Banshee presents the repertory performance schedule of "War" and "The Field." Utilizing designer Arthur MacBride's spacious Irish...
  • Trees feted for beauty and purpose

    Arbor Day in Glendale dawned cool and cloudy. But that didn’t stop members and guests of Glendale Beautiful from presenting their 61st annual Arbor Day Celebration at Casa Adobe de San Rafael on March 1. Several dozen tree-lovers gathered to pay...
  • Organizations: Porcelain artists, bras and 'Star Trek'

    The Valley Porcelain Artists will host an Art Exhibit from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. March 26 at the Joslyn Adult Center, 1301 W. Olive Ave., Burbank. The public is encouraged to come and see the porcelain hand-painted by more than 100 members of the club. It...
  • A Balcony View: Siding with optimism, against the odds

    A Balcony View: Siding with optimism, against the odds
    I've been trying to adopt a more enlightened way of seeing the world. This newfound philosophy is fairly simple: I try to view everything that happens as having a good reason. Admittedly, this has been hard because I am a cynic by nature. Whether my...