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  • Film Review: 'Chinese Puzzle' is solid entry in series

    Film Review: 'Chinese Puzzle' is solid entry in series
    The big comedy release this week is Seth MacFarlane's "A Million Ways to Die in the West," which is just fine if you're a fan of grossout jokes. If your taste runs in a little, you could do worse than to check out "Chinese Puzzle," opening at the Playhouse 7 and other locales.
  • Letter: Textbook makers have a profit motive

    College students can be under a great amount of pressure during their educational years. The main reasons for this are financial problems. Aside from class tuition, students at Glendale Community College are faced with high textbook prices. Many...

    A Word, Please: The nothingness of space

    This is a column about nothing. It's kind of like a show about nothing, just less entertaining — and a lot less lucrative. The nothing we're talking about is the blank space around punctuation. And for a whole lot of nothing, these blank spaces...

    On the Town: Cabrini Literary Guild president whips up a supper for 70

    On the Town: Cabrini Literary Guild president whips up a supper for 70
    The Cabrini Literary Guild couldn't have prayed for a better afternoon to hold their annual membership tea with the theme of “lavender and lace.” Trailing Lantana plants provided the lavender color. Under the shade of a spreading tree, the...

    Bookstore founder dies

    Bookstore founder dies
    Jane Humphrey, the founder of Once Upon A Time bookstore, which opened in Montrose in 1966, died Oct. 7 after a long illness, according to her family. She was 79. Born Mary Jane Goad on May 5, 1934, in Chicago, her family moved to Glendale when she was a...