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  • DVD Review: 'Eyes' for good transfer and interesting extras

    DVD Review: 'Eyes' for good transfer and interesting extras
    Georges Franju's 1960 feature debut, “Eyes Without a Face” is either a horror film disguised as an art film or vice versa. It was originally shown in the U.S. in a dubbed version called “The Horror Chamber of Dr. Faustus.” Edith...
  • Thieves steal roughly $63,000 in Prada, Gucci eyewear from Glendale optometrist

    Less than 12 hours after thieves stole roughly $63,000 worth of expensive sunglasses and eyewear on Thursday from her family business, optometrist Ani Halabi was back to work and meeting with patients. "Nothing is going to bring me down," she said,...
  • USC Verdugo Hills Hospital names new executive and chief medical officer

    USC Verdugo Hills Hospital names new executive and chief medical officer
    Longtime chief executive of USC Verdugo Hills Hospital Len LaBella is stepping down, to be replaced by new executive Debbie Walsh. The 158-bed hospital, which finalized its acquisition by Keck Hospital of USC earlier last month, announced the switch on...
  • Glendale Memorial nurses set to vote on new contract

    Glendale Memorial nurses set to vote on new contract
    Registered nurses at Glendale Memorial Hospital are set to vote on a deal for their own healthcare as part of a tentative four-year agreement with the hospital's parent company, Dignity Health. The deal covers 12,000 registered nurses at 28 hospitals in...
  • Help coming for troubled Glendale students

    More than 20 graduate students who study social work at Cal State L.A. and USC are helping district staff counsel students at Glendale’s middle and high schools. Last year, three USC social work graduate students met with Glendale High students...
  • Boy celebrates new heart valves following rare surgery

    Boy celebrates new heart valves following rare surgery
    The family of an 11-year-old Glendale boy who underwent a rare form of heart surgery in May returned to Children’s Hospital Los Angeles this week to celebrate the success of his treatment with the La CaƱada Flintridge cardiologist who headed up...
  • New nurses look to future

    New nurses look to future
    Graduates of Glendale Community College’s nursing program were looking forward to bright futures in the high-demand career field during a traditional “pinning” ceremony on Saturday at the Lanterman Auditorium in La CaƱada Flintridge....
  • GCC celebrates its Class of 2013

    GCC celebrates its Class of 2013
    Glendale Community College celebrated the academic success of the members of its 2013 class Wednesday evening. In addressing his fellow graduates, Cameron McGee thanked his grandmother for encouraging him to attend the Glendale campus and thus to become...
  • St. Francis High deemed "Safe Sports School"

    St. Francis High deemed "Safe Sports School"
    It's not rare for the St. Francis High athletic teams to reap first-team honors in the Mission League or CIF Southern Section. It's not as common for the Golden Knights team of athletic trainers and sports-medicine interns, who are usually out of the...
  • Ida Margaret McRonald (nee Magness)

    Ida Margaret McRonald (nee Magness)
    Ida Margaret McRonald (nee Magness) was born on October 2, 1930 and died of leukemia in Verdugo Hills Hospital on May 26, 2013. She was born in Crumlin, a small town in Wales. Her parents were Stephen Lester Magness and Ethel (Watkins) Magness. As a...
  • Op-ed: The importance of mental health in schools

    More than a month after the shooting rampage in Newtown, Conn., mental health professionals stated that psychological disorders often emerge before people enter high school; however, only a small percentage of students ever receives necessary intervention...
  • Montrose Harvest Market's success sparks feuds

    Montrose Harvest Market's success sparks feuds
    The Montrose Harvest Market has become so popular that vendors are fighting over a limited number of spots. The issue came to the fore on Thursday when a feud between chiropractors for booth space sparked the need for the Montrose Shopping Park Assn. to...