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  • Nitros can't keep up with fast Mustangs

    SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — Muir High boys' basketball Coach Gamal Smalley wasn't up for a repeat performance Friday night when the Mustangs met Glendale in a Pacific League road contest. This time around, Muir built a big enough lead and held off a...
  • Art Review: Pacific Asia Museum goes modern, for the time being

    Art Review: Pacific Asia Museum goes modern, for the time being
    One of the unexpected dividends of the Getty’s far-reaching “Pacific Standard Time” series is the cross-pollination of audiences and institutions; another is focused historic perspective. The Pacific Asia Museum, not known for modern-art...
  • Theatre Review: 'Who's Your Daddy?' meditates on fatherhood

    Theatre Review: 'Who's Your Daddy?' meditates on fatherhood
    When you are an under-employed actor teaching traffic safety to 5-year-olds and your octogenarian boss makes a pass at you, it’s not surprising to feel as if life is on a rather downward spiral. Irish-born stage and screen actor Johnny O’...
  • Center Theatre keeps it in the family with 'Fiddler On The Roof'

    Center Theatre keeps it in the family with 'Fiddler On The Roof'
    The Glendale Center Theatre has had its share of magical moments over the decades. Now celebrating its 65th anniversary, the company is “family owned” by actors Tim and Brenda Dietlein, continuing a long, rich tradition at the theater...
  • Area stages undaunted by times

    Area stages undaunted by times
    To survive and thrive in 2012, local theaters in Burbank and Glendale have adjusted to the times, expanding repertoires and finding niches in musicals, the avant-garde and the classics. They offer a wealth of affordable, engaging art and entertainment...
  • Michael O'Keefe offstage

    Michael O'Keefe offstage
    Actor Michael O’Keefe is between performances as he sits down for a quick bite in his dressing room. He’s just come offstage at the Pasadena Playhouse, where he appears as Serge, a would-be art collector in the three-person play “Art.&...
  • Troupe tries on Chekhov's masks

    The everyday and ordinary don’t apply in the world of Theatre Movement Bazaar. One of L.A.’s most unusual performance companies, TMB has been wowing audiences here with haunting, humorous and often startling mash-ups of theater and dance,...
  • School displays 300 student art pieces

    School displays 300 student art pieces
    Over 300 pieces of students’ art covered the walls from floor to ceiling at Incarnation Parish School auditorium for the opening night reception of the annual student art exhibition. On Jan. 28, 200 people including parents, students and others...
  • Frank Paul Vent

    Frank Paul Vent was born in Detroit, Michigan on April 22, 1921.  He passed away February 1st, 2012 from natural causes. Frank’s parents emigrated from Italy in the early 1900’s. From an early age, Frank discovered he had an natural ability to...
  • Glendale settles suit with girl who sustained gash from swing-set

    The city has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed on behalf of an 11-year-old who suffered a roughly 5-inch gash on her forearm while on a school field trip at Verdugo Park nearly two years ago. Anahit Allakhverdian was pushing a younger student on a swing...
  • On the Town: Noon Concert violinist Jacqueline Suzuki plays on a shoestring

    On the Town: Noon Concert violinist Jacqueline Suzuki plays on a shoestring
    Violinist Jacqueline Suzuki is a one-woman wrecking crew. What she wants to “wreck” is Glendale's image of not being a city known for classical music. Starting its fifth year is the Glendale Noon Concert series Suzuki established in November...
  • Trumpeting legend Arturo Sandoval to play at the Alex Theatre

    Trumpeting legend Arturo Sandoval to play at the Alex Theatre
    No one taught a young Arturo Sandoval more about the mysteries of bebop and how to approach a life in music than Dizzy Gillespie. At times during their long friendship, the jazz trumpeters referred to each other as father and son. “He was more...