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  • Golden Knights win opener over Rebels

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Paced by a convincing showing in the doubles bracket, the St. Francis High tennis team had little trouble notching a victory in the season opener over a familiar opponent in Flintridge Prep. The Golden Knights dropped one...
  • Early start is winning start for Nitros

    LA CRESCENTA — For the Crescenta Valley and Glendale high boys' tennis teams, the Pacific League season started early this year. And early might be an understatement as the Falcons and Nitros were pitted against each other in each squad's...
  • Shakespearean-themed program 'The isle is full of noises' soars on the wings of children's voices

    Shakespearean-themed program 'The isle is full of noises' soars on the wings of children's voices
    In a rehearsal space at Pasadena Presbyterian Church on a recent February evening, the Los Angeles Children’s Chorus warmed up with physical stretches and vocal exercises, then began singing, voices soaring and ethereal in the high-ceilinged hall....
  • 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...
  • Nitros open CIF quest against Webb

    Riding a wave of momentum and seemingly brimming with confidence and optimism, the Glendale High boys’ water polo team – along with three other local squads – found out the path that lies in front of it on its quest to win a CIF Southern...
  • Knights win in extras against Apaches

    ARCADIA — It's nothing spectacular, it's just St. Francis High baseball. That's how Golden Knights interim Coach Aaron Milam described St. Francis' 9-8 comeback victory — capped by a walk-off, two-out double from Tynan Holmstrom in the bottom...
  • A prodigy heads to Juilliard

    A prodigy heads to Juilliard
    Ani Bukujian wasn’t born holding a violin, but it wasn’t long thereafter that one became glued to her chin. When she was 2, Bukujian picked up a toy instrument, stood in front of the television and proceeded to imitate the fingering and body...
  • Feeding the tiger called greed

    I truly believe that a very symbolic American word, “service” should be redefined and/or removed from all dictionaries. Service is not performed when an attempt by you, a real person, tries to talk to a computer voice and expect it to...
  • Bugz invade Keppel school

    Bugz invade Keppel school
    Federal grant money first awarded to Mark Keppel Elementary School in 2010 came to life Friday in the form of “Bugz,” a musical theater performance staged by kindergarten and first-grade students. The show saw the budding actors sporting...