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  • Students experience the Bard

    Students experience the Bard
    The works of William Shakespeare got a modern and humorous twist Tuesday at the Alex Theatre as more than 1,100 Southland students were treated to a unique production featuring scenes from five of the legendary playwright’s famous titles.
  • Actor, comedian and playwright Taylor Negron, area native, dies

    Actor, comedian and playwright Taylor Negron, area native, dies
    He was the surly pizza man who interrupted a class at Ridgemont High to deliver a double-cheese-and-sausage to the cool-guy student played by Sean Penn. He was the Olsen twins' prissy, Spanish-accented nanny, Manuelo, on "So Little Time." He was the...

    Film Review: 'The Interview,' for all its controversy, falls flat

    Film Review: 'The Interview,' for all its controversy, falls flat
    You may have heard a thing or two about “The Interview.” Not so much about the film itself — as a work of art, good or bad, on its own merits — but about the intimidating agenda of persons or national entities unknown and about...

    Pedrini's to play itself out

    Pedrini's to play itself out
    A family’s nearly 70-year legacy in Glendale and La Crescenta is coming to an end as Pedrini Music will be going out of business at the end of next month. Founded by Bruno Pedrini after his return from serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II,...

    Stage Review: Saving Scrooge

    Stage Review: Saving Scrooge
    “Marley was dead, to begin with….” Stagings of “A Christmas Carol,” Charles Dickens’ ghostly tale of redemption, as ubiquitous at the holiday season as Tchaikovsky's “Nutcracker” ballet, are often...