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  • Marti A. Engele Sept. 2, 1933-Oct. 19, 2012

    Marti A. Engele Sept. 2, 1933-Oct. 19, 2012
    Marti A. Engele In Memoriam September 2, 1933 – October 19, 2012 Marti Engele passed away peacefully on October 19, 2012 while recuperating from surgery and is now with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was born and educated in Portland, Oregon and resided in Burbank for over 45 years. She attended Church on the Way in Van Nuys and the Burbank Foursquare Church. Marti was a teacher and program coordinator to individuals with special needs at BCR “a place to grow” for 35 years. Marti is survived by her sister Ruth Shaughnessy, niece Laurie Bigoni, nephews James Dean, Bruce Dean, Steven Dean, and their spouses and children. A family memorial service will be held in Portland and a day celebrating her life will be held at BCR.
  • Ana Remedios Santos Noud Oct. 7, 1958-Aug. 30, 2012

    Ana Remedios Santos Noud Oct. 7, 1958-Aug. 30, 2012
    Ana Remedios Santos Noud, of Burbank, died Aug. 30, 2012 at UCLA – Ronald Reagan Medical Center in Westwood. She was born on Oct. 7, 1958 in the Philippines to Narciso and Ludivina Balete (Paredes) Santos. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in...

    Griffith Park was the most popular film location again in 2012

    Griffith Park was the most popular film location again in 2012
    Griffith Park, Point Dume, the 6th Street Bridge near downtown L.A. and a former community hospital in Boyle Heights reputed to be haunted ranked among the most popular film locations in 2012, according to a new survey. Eight of the top 10 sites for...

    'Footloose' with more flair

    'Footloose' with more flair
    When “Footloose” originally came out in 1984, it was a dance movie with a flimsy plot about a town that bans public dancing and the young rebels that see a cause to resist. But its catchy soundtrack rode a nascent MTV tidal wave and spawned...

    A treasure trove of film history

    A treasure trove of film history
    File cabinets with drawers labeled “U.S. Customs” and “Czechoslovakia” are among the first pieces of furniture in the 100,000-square-foot warehouse, followed by tall, metal shelves with accordion-style folders. Rows of books, at...