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  • Energy-saving rebates in high demand for Glendale, Burbank

    Energy-saving rebates in high demand for Glendale, Burbank
    Les Perkins is used to paying roughly $400 every two months to Glendale Water & Power, but his latest electricity bill was markedly different. He owed just $85. "I started giggling with glee," he said. Perkins runs a video-editing company out of his...
  • Start the Presses: Recovering from a wrenching experience

    Start the Presses: Recovering from a wrenching experience
    I walk around my neighborhood with a long-handled socket wrench now. The metal has a comforting heaviness. I live in the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles, and two guys dressed like gangbangers robbed and beat me just past midnight a week ago...
  • Woman steals iPhone from teen's hands

    A 15-year-old Granada Hills teen’s iPhone 4S was snatched from her hands Monday afternoon as she was texting while standing on a sidewalk in Glendale, police said. The girl was texting at about 4:15 p.m. on the sidewalk along Glenwood Road near...
  • Unclassified Info: A tamer approach to meter complaints

    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...
  • Makeshift memorial rises at Americana Apple store

    Makeshift memorial rises at Americana Apple store
    As people shuffled past the Apple store at the Americana at Brand Thursday, some stopped to snap photos, others to inspect — not the latest iPhone, but a makeshift memorial in honor of the company’s late co-founder, Steve Jobs. As Apple...
  • Hundreds queue up for iPhone at Americana

    Hundreds queue up for iPhone at Americana
    Scenes of jubilation and excitement like that at the Americana at Brand played out at Apple stores across the nation today as fans waited in lines for hours to buy the latest iteration of the iPhone. Hundreds of people waited in line at the Americana...
  • Think Again: Staying out of trouble with Siri

    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’...
  • Man on bicycle allegedly steals woman's purse at gunpoint

    A 31-year-old Glendale man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of stealing a woman’s purse at gunpoint while riding a bicycle, police said. Special Enforcement Detail officers recognized the man, Ramiro Galicia, from the description provided by the...
  • Men robbed at gunpoint of cash, iPhone

    SOUTH GLENDALE — Police are searching for a pair of robbers who stole cash and an iPhone at gunpoint Friday night from two men walking to their car, officials said. The men were walking to their parked car in the Blockbuster Video lot on the 800...
  • Fun meets work at Golf Classic

    Foundation members of Glendale Community College are still at work, even when the semester is over. But each year they combine fun and work for their annual Golf Classic. This year marks the 29th year of golfing for dollars. On June 13, more than 130...
  • Small Wonders: Too busy marveling at our gadgets?

    Last Sunday, instead of going to church, I went for a bike ride. Before you hasten me to a toasty corner of purgatory, know that I listened to a sermon podcast while I rode. Closing my eyes during prayer was dangerous; but nobody on the bike path was in...
  • Seeing Stars: Employers, are you hiring or aren't you?

    Seeing Stars: Employers, are you hiring or aren't you?
    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...