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Korean cities are flocking to Glendale in hopes of creating business and cultural relationships with a city better known for its connection to Armenia. In fact, so many Korean cities have wanted to set up an official “sister city”...
Traffic, noise and the displacement of Arroyo Seco users top a list of concerns voiced during a recent public hearing on plans to temporarily house an NFL team at the Rose Bowl. The stadium could be ready to accommodate NFL games as early as next fall,...
A storm coming off the Pacific Ocean won't pack quite the punch that had been expected, forecasters said. The low-pressure system will likely "just graze the area as it slides down the coast," according to the National Weather Service, producing less...
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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...
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Scott Thomas Evans died September 1, 2011, peacefully at home with his family, at the age of 59, after a valiant struggle. Scott was born to Eva and Joseph T. Evans on January 22, 1952 in Glendale, CA. After graduating from Hoover High and Glendale...
When Chef Nadav Bashan’s boyhood dream of firefighting didn’t pan out, he went to plan B: the Southern California School of Culinary Arts in Pasadena. Bashan, whose cozy north Glendale restaurant bears the same name, cooks by a simple...
The forecast of a dry winter is doing little to lower the blood pressure of foothill residents whose homes remain vulnerable to mudslides in the wake of the devastating Station fire. That’s because a similar La Niña weather pattern last winter...
GLENDALE — On a loopy, grassy course near the outskirts of Sea World and the Pacific Ocean, the Glendale Community College men's and women's cross-country teams tuckered out. Glendale college Coach Eddie Lopez saw it unfold during each race at the...
By Bill Kisliuk When Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) runs, it normally takes months of hand-shaking and many hundreds of thousands of dollars before he crosses the finish line. On June 20, the congressman representing Glendale and most of Burbank completed...
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Scientists estimate that there are about 8.7 million species on Earth, give or take 1.3 million. (Some believe that the true figure is even higher.) Of these, perhaps 1.2 million to 2 million have been officially identified -- the rest are still out...
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U.S. government meteorologists predict a “possibly extremely active” hurricane season in 2013, the top National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration official said Thursday, with as many as half a dozen major hurricanes. NOAA expects 13...
Ahoy, and welcome to Memorial Day weekend! Memorial Day weekend signals the official start of the boating season across the nation, and literally millions of people will be on the water enjoying boating-related activities. Thousands of boaters will be...
Tags: Sailing, Memorial Day, Holidays, Entertainment, Radio
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