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I second Greg Dahlen's recent letter to the editor applauding the newspaper's coverage of local events, many of which are programs I would likely not hear about without the News-Press coverage. I also enjoy Bert Ring's insightful and often humorous...
Tags: Entertainment, Google Inc.
I really appreciate your Calendar feature. I have gone to many events listed there that I would not have known about otherwise. This week I attended the Persian Festival at Glendale College that was listed in the calendar. It was great, I got to see...
Lucy Taliaferro Yarick wore many hats during her lifetime. A resident of this city for some 75 years, she was a member of several civic organizations and lent her artistic talent to many causes. She was a longtime Disney artist, hired by Walt Disney...
Every Tuesday, I post the link to the Glendale News-Press website on my Facebook page so my friends all over the world can read my weekly column. Though it may be hard for my detractors to believe, I actually have loyal readers in places like Australia....
Bert Ring's May 22 cartoon in the Glendale News-Press left me rather dismayed. While I see the satire on the early prisoner release program, and while I realize we do have a teen drug problem in our community, I don't see the need to draw attention to...
The Alex Film Society is tipping its hat to animation with the inaugural showing of "The Greatest Cartoons Ever!" — the crème de la crème of cartoons from the movies' Golden Age — in two screenings on Sunday at the Alex Theatre. It's the...
Free holiday gift-wrapping services by teenagers representing a variety of organizations have become increasingly popular. One organization is unique because its youth members have been wrapping gifts for the same store for almost 10 years. Four...
I get a kick out of the Leader’s political cartoonist, Bert Ring. Not only does Ring have a wicked sense of humor, his artistic skills are top-notch. Ring’s caricatures of Burbank City Council members are hilarious (and accurate). The...
Tags: Easter, Entertainment, Symbols and Symbolism
My colleague on the other side of the floor, editorial cartoonist Chan Lowe, weighs in on the Patte Atkins-Grad situation in this blog post and cartoon. Atkins-Grad is a commissioner in Tamarac who beat public corruption charges and now finds herself in...
Tags: Entertainment, Tamarac
It's all very familiar. The finger-snapping opening theme. A black-clad Morticia snipping the heads off flowers. Uncle Fester making a lightbulb glow by putting it in his mouth. Daughter Wednesday torturing her brother Pugsley on a rack. Anyone familiar...
No comic strip was more in touch with American pop culture in the 20th century than "Peanuts," drawn and written by the late, towering and much-revered cartoonist Charles Schulz. That his daily strip, so filled with unflinching sarcasm and childish wiles,...
Tags: Charles M. Schulz, Music, eBay Inc., Arts and Culture, Slang
Chicago Police Department brass quietly continue to shun their department's first fallen hero. CPD officials refuse to follow century-old protocol in honoring the ultimate sacrifice of Constable James Quinn, who was killed in the discharge of his duty...
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