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  • City's rejection of report is sad commentary

    For the city to completely reject the grand jury’s report (“City to ignore jury’s report,” June 13) is sheer fiscal absurdity. Ignorance is bliss, but arrogance in government by city officials is perilous and reckless. “He knows nothing; and he thinks he knows everything. That points clearly to a political career.” —George Bernard Shaw, Major Barbara.
  • Decade-long Glendale basketball camp still going strong

    Decade-long Glendale basketball camp still going strong
    GLENDALE — No matter the month on the calendar, Tony Passarella can be found hard at work teaching area youths the fundamentals of basketball and exercise. It's something that's been dear to Passarella, a Glendale resident who has been providing...

    More than just net gains at annual tennis camp at Fremont Tennis Center

    More than just net gains at annual tennis camp at Fremont Tennis Center
    GLENDALE — Graduation took place for a group of 71 on Thursday morning at Fremont Tennis Center following a six-week stretch in which they learned about the value of exercise and the fundamentals of tennis. Following the final moments in which...

    Glendale resident Paul LaGloire has shown no signs of his hockey career slowing down

    Glendale resident Paul LaGloire has shown no signs of his hockey career slowing down
    Paul LaGloire arrived at Pickwick Ice in Burbank on a warm mid-summer morning with his large black equipment bag in tow, full of many items he’s been used to putting on for nearly 80 years. The oversized bag contained a pair of skates, long socks,...

    Learning Matters: Music instruction hits the right notes

    Learning Matters: Music instruction hits the right notes
    After a five-year hiatus, I have returned to work, once a week, as a musicianship instructor for an established children's choir. Though the students I teach are lucky to have passed the auditions for this challenging choral program, I consider myself...