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As the public turns more to e-readers, Glendale and Pasadena are poised to be among the few library systems in the nation to try out a new cloud-based technology for lending out ebooks. The cloud library — developed by 3M — will be tested by...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Libraries, Amazon Kindle, Apple iPad
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but we are below average yet again. I was perusing the paper for my usual inspiration when I happened upon a little column regarding a sobriety checkpoint last week on Central Avenue in Glendale. Of the 950 vehicles...
Tags: Cell Phones, Police Arrests
Ever since I began writing about the Glendale Water & Power smart meters, I have received letters from fellow citizens who are likewise frustrated and curious as to the exact reasons why their utility bills have gone up. I count myself among those...
Tags: Water Supply
Last summer we had a death in our house. Two, actually. First a goldfish. Then my garage refrigerator. Both were mourned with much wailing and weeping. But I still miss the latter to this day. That loyal fridge graciously held my frozen steaks, extra...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Facebook, Olive Garden, Mass Media
It's hard enough writing cover letters and sending out resumes every single night with barely an acknowledgement of receipt on the other end, but I've developed a pet peeve about the whole process. Employers, if you know you're not really going to hire...
The day I have been anticipating arrived a couple weeks ago. I’ve been hanging onto my old phone for a while and I was waiting for the iPhone 5 so I could tie the last piece of my home technology infrastructure to Apple. With Steve Jobs’...
I'm back. And I can now let you in on why I needed a break. Mercury was in retrograde. I knew you'd understand. A planet is in retrograde when its movement across our sky appears to be going in reverse of its normal path. This apparent shift in...
An organization better start moving if its staff expects to raise $75,000 by the end of the month. But that's what Interim CEO Elissa Glickman of the Glendale Arts and the Alex is determined to do. Without redevelopment funds, the future of the...
Two men pleaded not guilty Tuesday to allegedly burglarizing an AT&T kiosk inside the Glendale Galleria, officials said. Tairez Smith, 22, Willard Hill, 25, who are allegedly connected to a group of organized burglars, were each charged with one count of...
Tags: Cell Phones, Theft
A 19-year-old man was arrested this weekend after a stolen iPhone was traced to his Glendale apartment via its internal tracking device, police said. Sergio Bugarin was taken into custody at about 9 p.m. Saturday on suspicion of receiving stolen property...
Tags: Cell Phones, Theft
Three men allegedly connected to a group of organized burglars were arrested Sunday after they ransacked an AT&T kiosk inside the Glendale Galleria, police said. Police stopped Tairez Smith, 22, Willard Hill, 25, and a 16-year-old boy, whose name wasn&...
Tags: Cell Phones, Criminals, Theft
So you’re going to the Rose Parade. Many choices lie ahead. Buy a seat near the heart of the television spectacle at Orange Grove and Colorado boulevards, or rough it on free sidewalk space further down the parade route? Take a chance with...
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