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  • Taking their shot at state

    With the weather forecast looking mostly sunny for Saturday's CIF Southern Section boys' and girls' cross-country championships at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, the venerable course's traditional layout figures to come back into play after the...
  • Small kids, big voices

    Small kids, big voices
    The students arrived one by one to Glendale’s First United Methodist Church Thursday, where conductor Matt Catingub greeted them from a piano bench in the fellowship hall. It was the last round of auditions for the Glendale Pops Orchestra’s...
  • Crane kick starts Burbank's first MMA event

    Crane kick starts Burbank's first MMA event
    As the first North American to earn a Gracie Barra Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt before subsequently opening up Gracie Barra studios in Burbank, Pasadena and other Southern California locales, Alberto Crane knows a bit about combat sports history. Thus,...
  • Falcons fall in first round

    Falcons fall in first round
    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — One bad inning can end one heckuva good season. Essentially, that's what happened on Thursday afternoon at Stengel Field, as the host Crescenta Valley High baseball team out hit and, at least for six innings, out pitched...
  • Greg Poree will be groovin' for a good cause

    Greg Poree will be groovin' for a good cause
    If you leave a phone message for guitarist/composer/arranger Greg PorĂ©e on a Monday or Tuesday, don't be surprised if you have to wait for a return call. Those days are taken up with providing the musical direction to a little enterprise called “...
  • Pop-punk band with Glendale roots returns to the stage

    Pop-punk band with Glendale roots returns to the stage
    When sisters Aixa and Nicolette Vilar attended Glendale High School circa 1999, they were just another pair of bored local teens who dreamed of achieving fame as rock stars. The result was their extraordinary all-Latina pop-punk band Go Betty Go, an...
  • Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles bring message of tolerance to Glendale High

    Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles bring message of tolerance to Glendale High
    It has performed on some of the world’s biggest stages, and on Thursday the Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles brought its talent and message to Glendale High School, where the singers mixed musical numbers with personal testimonies of struggle...
  • GCC bats held in check

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — At the onset of what could play out as a pivotal week for the Glendale Community College baseball team, the Vaqueros had the misfortune of running into Citrus starter Mikey Ramirez. The sophomore left-hander out of West...
  • Columbus Elementary rated 'outstanding'

    Columbus Elementary rated 'outstanding'
    With more than half of its students hailing from non-English-speaking households and 78% qualifying for free and reduced-price lunch, Columbus Elementary School has some of the toughest demographics in Glendale Unified. But staff members there are too...
  • Tornadoes double up Nitros

    NORTHWEST GLENDALE — A season removed from notching an at-large bid for its first playoff berth since 2003, Hoover High's boys' tennis team isn't leaving its postseason fate to chance. On the strength of dominant singles play, supportive doubles...
  • Conductor signs three-year contract with symphony

    World-renowned conductor Loris Tjeknavorian has signed a three-year contract to be principal conductor and music director of the Glendale Symphony Orchestra. The announcement was made during a fundraising gala reception and concert Saturday evening at...
  • Handling top composers with greatest of ease

    Glendale's community arts were elevated on the ladder of excellence when theGlendale Youth Orchestra opened its 22nd season Sunday night at the Alex Theatre. Directed by Brad Keimach, the youngsters, ages 11 through 17, played music by Wolfgang Amadeus...