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  • Returns to cage for Magakian, Darabedyan

    Returns to cage for Magakian, Darabedyan
    Sevak Magakian is looking to make his return to the big time as it relates to mixed martial arts, otherwise known as the Ultimate Fighting Championship. Friend and fellow Glendale MMA fighter Karen Darabedyan is hoping to follow a similar path, but,...
  • Ronda Rousey, Manny Gamburyan, Marina Shafir return to MMA action

    Ronda Rousey, Manny Gamburyan, Marina Shafir return to MMA action
    The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. BIG DOINGS IN LOCAL MMA The Ultimate Fighting Championship officially announced on Saturday that UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey would square off in the next season of...
  • Cablevision and Disney sign new distribution deal

    Cablevision and Disney sign new distribution deal
    Programming giant Walt Disney Co. and pay-TV distributor Cablevision Systems Corp. have signed a wide-ranging agreement covering dozens of broadcast and cable channels including ABC, ESPN and Disney Channel. As part of the deal, Cablevision has also...
  • Hard homecoming for Hoover's Andrew Policky

    Hard homecoming for Hoover's <b>Andrew Policky</b>
    SOUTHEAST GLENDALE —- The Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club, in its 70th year, meets Tuesdays at the Elk's Lodge. The following are odds and ends from the fifth meeting of the year. APACHES GIVE NO QUARTER TO ALUM It was with great anticipation...
  • Some jobs thrive in recession

    Some jobs thrive in recession
    The entertainment and construction industries in the greater Glendale-Burbank area took a beating during the recession, but professional and technical services have been mostly shielded from the protracted economic downturn. Jobs in computer programming,...
  • Small Wonders: This will only take a second

    You learn something new every day. Every second, in fact. I was sitting in a meeting at work recently, in a gilded conference room high above our haze-shrouded city, surrounded by some of the most frighteningly intelligent minds in the entertainment...
  • Ron Kaye: Why local newspapers matter

    Great newspaper stories — like the shocking L.A. County tax scandal involving Assessor John Noguez — usually don't come from attending government meetings or going to press conferences. The tip that ignites a reporter's passion almost...
  • Electric rates stir up crowd

    Electric rates stir up crowd
    City officials on Wednesday embarked upon a series of public outreach meetings to explain the need for higher electricity rates. Instead, they found themselves defending the transfer of millions of dollars from the utility to Glendale’s coffers...
  • On the Town: Diners gladly take Recess at 'Chopped' prep

    On the Town: Diners gladly take Recess at 'Chopped' prep
    Recess on North Brand is offering the gimmick of all restaurant gimmicks. But with this one everybody wins. Executive Chef-Owner Sevan Abdessian was the first Los Angeles resident to win a spot on the Food Network's popular New York-based “Chopped&...
  • Vanes Martirosyan mulling next move

    Vanes Martirosyan mulling next move
    After suffering a deep gash over his left eye in the ring Saturday night, Vanes “Nightmare” Martirosyan will be on the shelf for at least a couple of weeks. The much coveted world title shot the Glendale resident has had his eye on figures to...
  • Glendale councilman withdraws idea for inviting Kim Kardashian onto Rose Parade float

    Glendale councilman withdraws idea for inviting Kim Kardashian onto Rose Parade float
    Glendale Councilman Ara Najarian has pulled his request to invite reality television star Kim Kardashian to ride atop the city’s Rose Parade float given that she’s already booked for a New Year’s Eve event in Las Vegas. The proposal was...
  • Teachers school celebs

    Teachers school celebs
    NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Hometown heroics trumped star power on Friday night in the fourth-annual Stars Shooting for Hope celebrity basketball game, which filled the bleachers of the Hoover High gymnasium for a charitable cause, while once again putting...